The World Famous Mad House Comedy Club Showcase Special

Up to 8 super talented comedians go onstage, back, to back, to back. You get everyone's best 10 or 15 min and if you happen to not like one comedian... you don't have to stare at them for an hour! It's like the All Star Game of Comedy and more fun than one person should be allowed to have 🙂

J Chris Newberg as seen Americas Got Talent, American Idol, Tonight Show, Last Comic Standing!

J Chris Newberg is funny. Ask him. He will disagree, but in a way that is probably humorous.

He has performed on America’s Got Talent, but lost to dancers that sparkle. He has also been on the Tonight Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live & Comedy Central. He has toured with Dane Cook and written songs for American Idol. He is in fact the funniest person that you have never heard of. Yet. Cedric The Entertainer agrees saying, “He has got an odd sense of humor and he is unique in his point of view. His quirkiness and his own kind of demeanor are things that can go a long way in this business. Talented folks will see it, and the industry will see it.” J Chris Newberg also writes jokes, a lot of them. Some of your favorite comedians have used his jokes on SNL, Late Night With David Letterman, Chelsea Lately and The Conan O’Brien show. J Chris Newberg is currently developing a show with Howie Mandel for NBC Universal. He doesn’t ask you to think. He’ll do that for you.

Vanessa Johnston

Harry Moroz as seen on Adult Swim, World Series of Comedy, Disney and more

Harry’s a regular on club shows, alt shows, bar shows, TV shows, pretty much any kind of show except a no-show, which he’s never been to. As a comedian, he’s performed in Gilda’s LaughFest, Laughing Skull Festival, Laugh Your Asheville Off, and Riot LA.

Harry runs Crane’s Comedy Night in Los Angeles with fellow top-notch persons Trevor Smith, Corbin Recke, and Trish Hadley. His work has appeared on Adult Swim, and he has been featured as the villainous Pie Guy in the web series “An Afternoon”, as well as Phillip on season 3 of Disney’s “A.N.T. Farm”. Phillip was, of course, a 14 year-old unicyclist.

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Michael Longfellow as seen on The Conan O'Brien Show, Laughs on Fox!

Who's Michael Longfellow? Michael Longfellow is a stand up comedian, writer, actor, and most of all, stepson based in Los Angeles. Michael started performing at the young age of 18 while going to college in Arizona - he hasn’t stopped since. While in AZ, Michael was a regular at the Tempe Improv and Stand Up Live in Phoenix, hosting and featuring for the headlining acts coming through. Eventually one of those acts made Michael move to Los Angeles. In a new city with no friends Michael was scared but kept on trucking. He did shows, met people & even got into Kombucha, he loves that stuff now. Eventually he was lucky enough to get some opportunities that made the move a little easier, opportunities like the Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail or small appearances on Seeso's program Hidden America with Jonah Ray. Now he's full blown Los Angeles and couldn't be happier. Over the last five years, Michael has been honing his distinct rolling delivery and playful charm on stage, now its very distinct and very playful. He even went to Atlanta and placed 2nd at the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival recently, he's very happy about it and I should know... I am him.

Dave Callans - Sirus XM Radio

A Mad House Favorite as seen on Rooftop Comedy!

Vince D'Amico - Finalist San Diego's Funniest Person Contest!

A Mad House Favorite!

Aaron Weaver

Aaron Weaver started doing stand-up in Chicago in 2008, with a point-of-view so specific, so original, and so hilarious that the rest of the Chicago comedy scene quickly took notice. He rapidly became one of Chicago’s most heralded stand-ups, due to his custom brand of absurd soulfulness and his way of exploring all the smartest and stupidest thoughts that go through all of our heads. He has also performed at the TBS Just For Laughs Festival (twice), as well as the Boston and Bridgetown Comedy Festivals. Since moving to LA in 2013 he was named one of Comedy Central’s “Comics to Watch” as well as being named one of Last Comic Standing’s “Top 100 Comedians,” and finally he was just named one of LA’s Rising Stars by The Culture Trip. Aaron’s positive stage persona is a breath of fresh air, particularly if you like breathing things that are really, really funny.

Alec Parent

A Mad House favorite.

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