BAD IDEA: Two Year Anniversary Show! FREE PIZZA!
TWO YEAR ANNIVERSARY SHOW! Pay What You Can + FREE Pizza!, Raul Sanchez, Joe Tullar, Dusti Rhodes, George Anthony, Sam Harter, Joshua Cabaza
2101 Polk Street
Houston, TX, 77003
Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 18 and over
BAD IDEA: Pay What You Can Monthly Comedy Show hosted by Zahid Dewji
The Secret Group Presents
BAD IDEA: Pay What You Can Monthly Comedy Show
Hosted by Zahid Dewji on the patio of the Secret Group
Fri. 7/26 | Doors 7:30 | Show 8 PM | Pay What You Can!
***FREE PIZZA from Russo's New York Pizzeria (www.nypizzeria.com) ***
Our SECRET LINEUPS always include the best comics across Texas & beyond!
Grab your FREE RSVP tickets fast for guaranteed seating, this show always sells out!
Patio will open at 7:30 pm (15 minutes early) for RSVP Ticket seating. Doors for non-ticket holders will open at 7:45 pm. Show at 8:00 pm. If it rains, the show will be moved to the barroom stage, which has ample seating.
Check out recent coverage of the show on Fox26 News: http://www.fox26houston.com/news/282740366-video
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A staple of the Austin & San Antonio comedy scene, Raul Sanchez is a force of natural comedic talent mixed with unrelenting work ethic. In his 3rd year of being a stand-up, he won the Funniest Comic in Texas competition & that was just the beginning. Since then he’s been invited to the Moontower Comedy Festival, and Just For Laughs Montreal. Last year the comedian and veteran went viral with his “Grenade Story” which propelled his new album “I’m Funnier Than This” to #1 on iTunes for over a week. Recently, Raul was featured on Epix’s “Unprotected Sets” Episode 2 (comedy docuseries).
Joe Tullar has performed comedy all over. While living in Austin he reached the finals of the Funniest Person In Austin contest 2014, 2015, and 2018, as well as performed headlining shows at Cap City Comedy Club and the Velveeta Room. He now lives in Tucson, Arizona. If you have no idea who he is, try looking up 'Joe Tullar' on Twitter or on YouTube. He recently released his debut album The Joke Teller which is available everywhere you listen to things. If you don't have time to do any research, his style has been described as "surprising", "unexpected", and "absurd" by very cool, reliable people who know their stuff.
Dusti Rhodes uses her experience as a former ugly kid, journalist, awkward adult, and teacher to bring a unique and highly personal comedic performance to the stage. She has done stand up throughout the country including being featured on Comedy at the Knitting Factory, Come and Take It Comedy Take Over, Free Press Summer Fest, and Hell Yes Fest.
She has opened for big names like Micheal Che, Demetri Martin, Maria Bamford, Janeane Garofalo, and Anthony Jeselnik. Dusti hosts the Houston Moth StorySLAM, Rudyard's Comedy Open Mic (named the best weekly comedy show in Houston by various publications), and Wheelhouse: a Stand Up Comedy Game Show. Occasionally, she sleeps.
George's style of comedy is honest and unique to a fault with a hint of arrogance beyond his years. Featured on PBS, Comedians on Comedians, "Blair & The Bear," Rooftopcomedy.com & NC Comedy Fest.
Sam Harter is a stand up comic originally from Austin, TX. He now resides in Los Angeles, CA where he performs regularly at places like UCB, Flappers, and The Comedy Store. Sam Harter had a podcast (The Sam Harter Podcast) but then he decided to delete it.
Joshua Cabaza was the winner of Funniest Person in South Texas 2017 as well as a finalist in Funniest Comic in Texas. You can hear him every week on the "Daddy Nooooo! Podcast" or see his animated work "Blair & The Bear" on FMCW Studios.
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