Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
18 & over
Two drink minimum per person
Not your Grand Dads Father's Day Comedy Show
Andy Steinberg: Born to a mother who was a first generation Mexican American and a Jewish father, Andy spent his early years balancing a family dynamic that could only have resulted in a career in comedy. His refreshingly realistic approach to parenthood, relationships, and life in general bring a tart curve to his brand of comedy.
Andy has opened for current greats Dave Attell, Pablo Francisco and Amy Schumer, and credits Richard Pryor for setting the standard of truthful comedy that's always revealing and leaves one’s soul on the stage. Andy has preformed throughout the southwest and can frequently be seen at his home room, Stand Up Live. When Andy's not on stage, he divides his time working on his new podcast “Smells Like Radio “ and with his boys, Max and Tru.
Mike Kennedy: Mike’s skewed world view is the result of growing up on the mean streets of small town Wisconsin. It’s where he developed a fondness for the music of Kurtis Blow as well as drinking beer in sub-zero temperatures. After a stellar career as a 6’4” power forward on his 5-16 high school basketball team and somehow graduating college, Mike moved to Arizona where he worked as a private investigator and drove a taxi (sometimes at the same time) before starting his stand up career in 2007. His views on politics, sports, parenting, and pop culture are just crazy enough to be sane. Mike participated in the 2010 World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas where he won a Wild Card Round show to advance to the semifinals of the event. He was also a finalist in the 2010 AZ Laugh Off and was a special guest on the Beards of Comedy Tour. While his mother would like him to get a job requiring a shirt and tie, Mike seems determined to be underemployed for the rest of his life.
James Hoenscheidt: James Hoenscheidt has be entertaining audiences in the Southwest with his “in your face” comedy for the better part of a decade. James has graced the stages of the Tempe Improv, The Comedy Spot, Stand Up Scottsdale, and this will be the first time that he will be performing at Stand Up Live. James won the inaugural Phoenix Comedy Slamfest and can also be seen in the web-series Normally This Weird, Voyage Trekkers, and the award winning short film Zombie Team Building, which you can check out at squishystudios.com.
James Harvey Heard: James Harvey Heard has been winning fans all over the Southwest for the past 8 years. Always funny with a twisted perspective on him self, his family and those around him.