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 🙂

Jessica Wellington Comedy Central's Roast Battle!

A Mad House Fav as seen on Comedy Central's new hit show "Roast Battle", FX, VH1 and more!

Felicia Michaels as seen on the Joe Rogan Experience!

Felicia Michaels – Voted in 1999 as the Funniest Female Comic by the American Comedy Awards – has been entertaining audiences with her unique blend of provocative humor since the early 90's. With tongue figuratively in cheek, she has been exploring such topics as the dynamics of the male/female realationship, "dirty thoughts," and the proliferation of the sensual feminist.
Arriving in Hollywood with $40 dollars to her name, Michaels was soon honing her skills at the Comedy Store where she became a regular. Abandoning a string of "day jobs," she quickly started supporting herself via stand-up work, performing across the country on college campuses and "A-room" comedy clubs. She has appeared with her comedy on such cable networks as MTV, A&E, COMEDY CENTRAL, VH1 and SHOWTIME, not to mention such networks as NBC, ABC, and FOX, and also was a Comedy Grand Champion on Star Search.
Playing with and defying stereotypes, Michaels initially presented herself on stage as the quintessential "dumb blonde." But after several years of telling jokes in her high heels, she came to the conclusion that if she spent more time writing jokes than blow drying and mantaining her dried out blond tresses, her new monologue would soon be filled with stronger more insightful reflections, it becomes apparent
that intellect and wit are alive and well in this soft spoken talent. She has raised eyebrows by refusing to allow her gender tame her material.
An Army brat who was used to moving about, Michaels never flinched when it came to the rigorous travel schedule that a stand-up comedy career demands. 1997-1998 were whilwind years…While keeping up with a 25 week a year road habit, Michaels not only managed to have her first comedy CD released, but did a stint at NYU Film School, worked as an Assistant Director on a feature film and with time left over managed to make her writing and directing debut with the short film "In the Weeds," which received a CINE EAGLE AWARD. 1999 was also a very busy year, as Michaels was not only nominated for an AMERICAN COMEDY AWARD for the second year in a row, but also managed to win the award itself. Presently Michaels is not only putting the finishing touches on her latest film project, "Linda California," but also getting ready to release her second comedy CD. All this while she maintains a healthy presence on the comedy circuit.
A friend's dare prompted Michaels, at the age of nineteen, to make her way to the stage. Little did she know that this would lead her down the path of a colorful and fulfilling career. Today, she hopes that when audiences see her perform they'll think, "Wow, what a mouth from a girl in such sensible shoes." She does however once in awhile hear, "Thank-god, she finally got rid of that Farrah Fawcett
hairdo."

Francis Cronin as seen on Laughs on Fox, Monster Garage and more!

Francis Cronin is an Irish born and raised comedian, actor, writer, producer and ex-Irish army officer. In 2012 Frank won the 'People's Choice Award' at the WAFF Awards and was nominated for an 'Outsider - Person of the Year Award' in 2013 for his comedic documentary series about living in a tent for his entire final year of university. He has performed in front of crowds from 50-5000. He wrote the hit Irish comedy series 'The Boys.' and wrote and starred in BlackPills's 'SuperHigh.' Francis has made numerous TV appearances in Ireland and America and you can catch him on Fox's Laugh'sTV. Francis is currently working with SNL alumni on beyondthecomics.com and starring weekly in Equal's Three viral sketches which garner over 50 million views a month globally.

Richy Leis as seen on Howard Stern, Blue Collar Comedy, MTV, TMZ and more!

Born and raised outside of West Philadelphia, everyone loves Richy’s relate-ability & situational humor. Stories of growing up as the middle child of four with divorced parents and too many past failed relationships makes for non-stop hilarity. Incorporating true life family and relationship experiences, Richy has created a unique style of comedy that allows each performance to be wonderfully memorable.

Richy has worked with some of the biggest names in the business such as Dana Carvey, Jeff Garlin, Kate Walsh, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Johnathan Kite, Eddie Pepitone, David Koechner, Drew Lynch, Craig Shoemaker, Craig Robinson, Kel Mitchel, Laurie Kilmartin, Brian Kiley, & Amir K. Richy hosted the pilot taping of Dana Carvey’s TV show “America’s Greatest Impressionist.” With a new home base in Los Angeles Richy is excited to expand past his home markets of Philly and Florida.

Credits include:
MTV’s “Is She Really Going Out With Him”
VH1’s Basketball Wives
Blue Collar Comedy Channel & The Howard Stern Show Sirius/XM
TMZ Live
TMZ Sports
Lifetime’s Little Women: LA.

Matt Byrd

Matt Byrd. funny guy.

Matt Byrd is a Mad House favorite. This comedian has witty takes on being an EMT on an Ambulance and his time in the US Military. Matt Byrd is not shy when it comes to audience engagement, no one is safe from this comics crowd work. is a faggot

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