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2013-2014 Comedy Club at Door County's Landmark Resort

We bring in top performers from across the country. Join us at the Landmark Resort's Comedy Club for great live comedy. The evening starts with a buffet dinner at 6:30 PM, and the show begins at 8 PM. Each Comedy Club features two comics. The price for the dinner and show is $22 (or $15 for the show only). Our Comedy Club season runs November through May.

Schedule

November 7, 2013  |  John DeBoer and Doug Stone
December 12, 2013  |  Kenny Smith and Adrian Cosby
January 9, 2014  |  Johnny Beehner and Zach Martina
February 13, 2014  |  Scott Long and David Harris
March 13, 2014  |  Tommy Thompson and Mike Moses
April 10, 2014  |  Mike Marvell and John Peterman
May 8, 2014  |  Mike Green and Jay Snyder
May 15, 2014  |  Bengt Washburn and Bryan Morris  |  Special Girlfriends Great Eggscape Comedy Night

John DeBoer |  Appearing November 7, 2013
John DeBoer's nerve hitting subject matter flows from the devious side of childhood to the pressures of contemporary life. Having appeared at comedy clubs, colleges, three federal penitentiaries, the Daytona 500 Experience, as well as on Comedy Central, XM-Sirius Satellite Radio, and in national TV commercials, with a brief (very brief, yet heartwarming) shot on Last Comic Standing, John DeBoer might be the funniest
comedian you never heard of.

Doug Stone |  Appearing November 7, 2013
With appearances on seasons 5 and 6 of Last Comic Standing, it's no wonder, Doug has become a favorite performer throughout the Midwest and abroad. Armed with a microphone and a joker's grin the size of Texas, Doug will charge the stage with a laidback energy that can only be comparable to that of a formerly chubby
runaway train. It's quite a funny show and one that inspires. It's an experience filled with pleasure and laughter derived from the uniqueness of his mind. It's hard to believe he was once a small town mid-western boy, until you meet him. His shows are always unique.

Kenny Smith |  December 12, 2013
Kenny Smith is the funniest guy you've never heard of. With several appearances on the Bob and Tom radio show and television spots on E! and Comedy Central, Kenny's audience is growing quickly. He is touring from coast to coast at A-List comedy clubs and theatres. Kenny has crossover appeal with urban and latin crowds as well as the blue collar audiences. His clever offbeat style has gained him a celebrity fan base as well. Comics such as Pablo Fransisco, D.L. Hughley, Bruce Bruce, and Dave Chappelle have all shared the stage with Kenny.

Adrian Cosby |  December 12, 2013
Adrian Cosby uses his multi-ethnic background and intellectual wit to make audiences from all walks of life laugh at him as well as themselves. Smart, smooth and surprising Adrian's unique look and style make him the perfect complement for many diverse acts. Has recently worked with: Greg Hahn, Vince Morris, Rob Schneider, Ian Bagg, Paul Mooney & Donny Baker from Bob & Tom.

Johnny Beehner |  January 9, 2014
Johnny Beehner has been seen on NBC's Last Comic Standing, and can be heard on XM/Sirius Satellite radio, 24/7 Comedy Radio, as well as regularly on the syndicated Bob & Tom radio show. Returning to the Landmark Resort, Johnny's clean and clever style keeps audiences laughing.

Zach Martina |  January 9, 2014
Zach has been making waves across the Midwest. Essentially, he was brought up by a family that belongs to television. Parents that were married and divorced three times; to each other, a gay brother that happens to be a male model, and two sisters who are the definition of sugar and spice; Zach is one of the few standup comedians that can say he is accepted as the "normal" one in his family. With his sarcastic wit and lovable arrogance, Zach takes his observations and life experiences and tries to figure out whose fault it all is; it certainly can't be his.

Scott Long |  February 13, 2014
Welcome to a reality show on stage. At age 40 Scott and his wife had twins, and flipped his life upside down. Goodbye Urban Hipster, welcome Suburban Dipster. Scott has toured the country non-stop for two decades, performing in 38 states. He finished his 9th season writing the Frank Caliendo sketches for the emmy-nominated NFL on FOX.

David Harris |  February 13, 2014
David Harris is a standup comedian and magician from Minneapolis. David's personal and person-driven approach to comedy and magic is clean, inventive, relatable, interactive and tailored to each audience he entertains.

Tommy Thompson |  March 13, 2014
Tommy Thompson has a brand of comedy that is as unique as he is. His emphatic delivery and high energy makes him fun to see time and time again. He dishes out comedy laughs with a distinct style that will make you leave his show exhausted from laughing.

Mike Moses |  Appearing March 13, 2014
Mike Moses derives his unique brand of humor from his life experiences as divorced father with full custody of three teenage children. He tells the perils of handling teenage anguish, puberty, grades, and fashion. Mike shows his frustration in finding suitable women to date. Mike talks about coming from Gary IN (former murder Capitol of the World) how he ran from gangs and fights but witnessed the tongue lashings his mother dealt to his almost absent father. Mike is one of the few black comics that claims he isn't black.

Mike Marvell |  Appearing April 10, 2014
Too old for bicycle shorts and too young for AARP, can you relate? If so, Mike's your guy; from finding morning people tough to live with (why do they wake up with a smile on their face?) to home repairs gone horribly wrong; Mike takes the audience through a day in the life of a normally abnormal guy. Shopping with the wife and tales of 25 hap, hap, happy years of marriage are all fair game as MIke counts down the days to the convalescent center, and carfree days of lukewarm oatmeal and sponge baths.

John Peterman |  Appearing April 10, 2014
What kind of guy has been a pro football water boy, stock clerk, janitor, counselor, laborer, census worker, lawyer, puzzle maker, politician, postmaster, greeting card writer, and a mailman? Well, obviously one who can't hold a job. But also one whose talent and varsatility allow him to spot the hilarious absurdities of life ... and be comfortable in front of any crowd.

Mike Green |  Appearing May 8, 2014
Though you may be fooled by Mike's youthful appearance, his smooth and energetic act reflects that of a comedic veteran. Mike's infectious enthusiasm and entertaining stories keep crowds in stitches. Audiences from arena size venues to local church groups have enjoyed Mike's views on jump rope, talking sirens, and the universal code for buying the product. His appearances include Comedy Central, NBC's Friday Night Vidoes and Night Shift.

Jay Snyder |  Appearing May 8, 2014
From bar fights and cop lights to laughing crowds this down home country boy is just trying to survive on the mean streets of rural Dayton. Performing his own unique style of comedy and keeping it real by using his past mistakes and day to day life as his main material. You'll be able to relate to his jokes or just laugh because he is down right hilarious. Jay has also won funniest person in Columbus, Cincinnati and Dayton.

Bengt Washburn |  Appearing May 15, 2014
Bengt is a former winner of the prestigious San Francisco International Comedy Competition. He has been seen on the Late Night with Conan O'Brien, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Live at Gotham on Comedy Central. He's been a guest on the Bob and Tom Show, and all three of his comedy CDs can be found playing on XM Sirius radio. Bengt is a logistically impaired ditz, but his comedy is described as intelligent, surprisingly universal considering the content matter, and profoundly funny.

Bryan Morris |  Appearing May 15, 2014
Bryan Morris is a stand up comedian living in Madison, Wisconsin. Put simply - he's a charm machine. He doesn't rehash the standard joke sets, but rather tickles audiences' brains (not literally) with original, clever material. Hilarious jokes coupled with an energetic adaptability honed by years performing improv comedy easily make him an audience favorite. In 2012 Bryan won Madison's Funniest Comic Contest with a performance that inspired The Onion's AV Club to call Bryan "the Michael Jordon of comedy," and he isn't tall or black.


More information to come. Please check back.

The Landmark Resort - for the best in comedy, right here in Door County.

Our comedians are booked through the Funny Business Agency. Tel: 888-593-7387
www.funny-business.com