Dallas Comedy Festival: Stand-up Comedy: Brian Bahe/Ashlee Voorsanger/Ky Krebs/Aaron Aryanpur

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Dallas Comedy Festival: Stand-up Comedy: Brian Bahe/Ashlee Voorsanger/Ky Krebs/Aaron Aryanpur
Thursday, March 29, 2018 8:30 PM
Dallas Comedy House, Dallas, TX
  • 18 & over
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  • Ticket Price: $10.00 - $15.00
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Restrictions: 18 & over

(Note: This show will happen at The Regal Room stage as part of the Dallas Comedy Festival. The exact address is 2712 Main Street. You can either pick up your tickets at Dallas Comedy House or at the Regal Room venue.)

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Outside food and drink are NOT permitted inside DCH.

All tickets are general admission, so seating is first come, first served.  Cast of show subject to adjustment without notice.  Seating begins about 30 minutes prior to the show.  

Dallas Comedy Festival: The Dallas Comedy Festival is the most special week of programming at the Dallas Comedy House! Comedians from all over the United States descend upon Dallas to create a week of laughs, new friends and lots of jello shots.

Individual show tickets go on sale on March 1st at midnight, but you can guarantee entry to EVERY SHOW with the purchase of a Festival Pass
Brian Bahe: Brian Bahe is a Native American stand-up comedian and writer originally from Phoenix, Arizona, now living in New York. He has performed in the Beast Village Comedy Festival in Des Moines, Iowa, as well as independent comedy theaters and bar basements around New York City. His stand-up includes stories about his cultural upbringing and fish-out-of-water observations from his time living in New York, all of which are told with an affable, deadpan delivery. He also co-hosts the weekly podcast UFOlogy about—you guessed it— UFOs. 
ashlee voorsanger:

 Ashlee is a Texan living in NYC by way of Los Angeles.   Her first time doing stand up (well, in front of an audience) was on national television - which is a great place to start when you have no idea what you're doing.   After studying, writing, and performing in LA for a couple of years, Ashlee met a boy in a bar in Vegas, who very conveniently lived in NYC.   After many a cocktail, exorbitant cell phone bill (remember paying for minutes!?!), and a whirlwind cross-country courtship - the boy is now the husband, and a great source for material (very NICE, LOVING material).   Ashlee has taken the stage in many a fine basement, bar, lounge, restaurant, club, rooftop, warehouse, converted apartment...   well, you get it. 

She is the Founder / Producer of MicShopNYC - a series of mics, shows, and resources for comics.   She recently launched This Week in Comedy, a blog highlighting underground comedy in and around New York City. 

In 2016, Ashlee made her debut at Carolines on Broadway and was selected to feature in the 5th Annual Chicago Womens Funny Festival, and the Big Little Comedy Festival in Cleveland. 

In October 2015, Ashlee was honored to become a member of the legendary Friars Club. 

select credits
Carolines, Gotham Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, the Stand, Greenwich Village Comedy Club, Eastville, Comix, Hollywood Improv, The Greg Behrendt Show
Ky Krebs: Ky Krebs (Out of Bounds, Hell Yes Fest) is a gay stand-up comedian, improviser, and sketch comedy writer based out of Austin, Texas, whose sharp tongue and queer perspective delve into a surreal absurdity that manages to be both dark and playful. 
Aaron Aryanpur:
Comedy Central has called Aaron Aryanpur “likable, well-written and fresh.” Funniest Comic in Texas 2012 Winner, Aaron has appeared in comedy clubs, theaters, colleges, festivals, arenas, bars, boardrooms, and living rooms across the country. Voted as one of Maxim Magazine/Bud Light's “Real Men of Comedy” and a recent semi-finalist in NBC’s Stand Up for Diversity, Aaron could also be seen opening for nationally touring acts like Maz Jobrani and Anjelah Johnson.
Drawing on his experiences as a young husband, father, corporate employee and having lived a lifetime of being tragically uncool, Aaron delivers laughs show after show with his unique perspective and likable delivery. His show has been called “controlled, engaging, open and vulnerable; ultimately, he’s relatable and very funny.”
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