Cat Wagner, Brandan Jordan, Shahyan Jahani, Matt Stofsky (STAND-UP)

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Cat Wagner, Brandan Jordan, Shahyan Jahani, Matt Stofsky (STAND-UP)
Thursday, March 23, 2017 6:30 PM
Dallas Comedy House, Dallas, TX
  • 18 & over
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Show Details
  • Ticket Price: $10.00 - $15.00
  • Door Time: 6:00 PM
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Restrictions: 18 & over
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This show is part of the 8th Annual Dallas Comedy Festival

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Matt Stofsky: Matt is a comic writer from Seattle currently living in NYC. He has headlined colleges across the country, and he appears regularly at Caroline's on Broadway. He has opened for funny people like Natasha Leggero, Moshe Kasher, Bo Burnham, and Jeff Dye. His work can be seen on McSweeney's Internet Tendency, College Humor, and his mom's Facebook.
Shahyan Jahani: Shahyan Jahani is an Iranian-American living in Trump's America and though almost NONE of his stand-up is politically driven, he is sure to make you laugh till you cry. Shahyan offers a unique perspective and a look into his life as an average Joe who gets into shenanigans. 
Cat Wagner: Cat Wagner looks like the type of person who would get by on looks alone, but she got bullied a ton for wearing a back brace in high school, so fortunately, she developed a personality. She commands audiences by reeling them in with impressions of her Nicaraguan mother, then taking them on a journey through her mistakes- like the time she got married when she was 19 and the time she got divorced at 21. Her cat-like verbal reflexes stun hecklers into submission, while delighting audiences by folding them into her material or going off script. Cat’s likeability and strength as a comic make her a favorite in comedy clubs across the country. She’s an alum of Improv Olympic in Los Angeles, and has opened for nationally recognized comedians such as Iliza Shlesinger, Theo Von, and Anthony Jeselnik.
Brandan Jordan: Brandan Jordan is one of the hottest comedians upcoming. Opening up for Toni Braxton and starting in the YouTube web series Ryan (A Webseries About Nothing) he is working to make his name known to everyone.
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