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21 & over
Two drink minimum per person
Description: Erik Myers, Ramon Garcia, Nelio Costa, Drusso, Freddy Stebbins
Erik Myers: Erik Myers is a high-energy comic that talks about his crazy life with a machine gun delivery. He has been seen on the Latino Laugh Festival with Pablo Francisco and has performed in 35 states in the country for some of the biggest names in comedy including Ron White and Dave Attell. Erik's crowd pleasing act should leave audiences happy and begging for more.
Nelio Costa: Growing up in the suburbs of Chicago, Nelio was made fun of like most fat kids (and rightfull so.)
Instead of killing his fellow classmates in a blaze of gunfire and high pitched screams, he used humor to have the kids stop punching him in the thighs and calling him "fat tits."
Nelio moved down to Miami because as he grew older, his friends and colleagues had begun to accept him as he is.
Needing the motivation for his comedy, he took his talents down to South Beach, to be around the most judgemental, good-looking pricks in the world.
Freddy Stebbins: Freddy Stebbins is a professional comedic artist/performer/humorist. . . His craft combines freestyle character impersonations, stand-up comedy, satire and accent (dialectic) expertise. Recognized for his successful season with the Travel Channel's "Get Packing!" (see credits) and extensive national TV commercial work, his voice has been heard by millions of Americans through radio/tv/film/animation/sports/attractions. The traveling comedic correspondent for the Los Angeles Dodgers (2000), Freddy is currently the voice behind many attractions at Universal Studios' Islands of Adventure. With a Master of Arts, (University of Miami), Freddy moved to LA and trained with America's most prestigious improv troupe; "The Groundlings" (of SNL fame). As a stand-up comedian, he has won several major competitions including The "Certs College Campus Comedy Award" (finalist), "2007 South Beach Comedy Festival" (finalist), "Miami Improv's Funniest New Commedians/MC 2007" (winner). His weekly stand-up show was recently acclaimed in the Miami Herald as the "place to be". Freddy recently opened for national headliners Al Jackson and Ian Baggs. Interestingly, Freddy is also a local college professor. Known to most of his students at Miami-Dade College as "Professor Stebbins", his social science classes are quite popular and extremely entertaining. Recently featured in the college's newspaper (Metropolis) as the "Nutty Professor", Stebbins brings his energy and comic ability to the classroom on a daily basis, and has received recognition at the college for his effecteve teaching style.