Adrienne Iapalucci, Maddog Mattern, Mike Finoia, Subhah Agarwal, Bill Dawes, Danny Palmer, and more!
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Born and bred in the Bronx, Adrienne Iapalucci’s skewed look on life is reflected in her unique brand of intelligent comedy. Her dark sense of humor is enhanced by her political incorrectness and counteracted by her love of dogs.
Comedy fans might recognize Adrienne from her performances as a semifinalist on season 7 of NBC’s Last Comic Standing and her recent appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman.
In 2009, Adrienne won the first ever People’s Choice award at the New York Comedy Festival. She was also a semifinalist in the festival's New York Funniest Stand-Up Contest and a runner-up in the New York Underground Comdy Festival’s Best of the Boroughs contest.
Adrienne has been featured in the Daily News, New York Times, Reader’s Digest, and TimeOut NY magazine. In 2010 Adrienne made her international debut as part of Montreal’s Just For Laughs Festival, where she took part in “New Faces.”
Adrienne can be seen touring comedy clubs and colleges around the country.
Bill Dawes is an actor/comic/writer. Don't be fooled by his boyish looks, his comedy isn't for everybody. His high-energy delivery mixes adult subjects and material with comedy we can all relate to making his show a non-stop barrage of laughter you won't soon forget. Bill has performed all over the U.S. and the world, including tours of Canada, Hong Kong, the Philippines, and South Africa. As part of the USO, he has performed for coalition forces in Iraq and Kuwait in front of crowds of over 8,000 international troops at bases in Baghdad.
"Gross but adorable" -- Asbury Park Press
As an actor, he has appeared in several award-winning independent films, including Adam, Evenhand and Fiona. He’s had starring roles in two MGM Studio children’s films—Just for Kicks and Recipe for Disaster—and an acting/writing role in the DVD cult hit I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell. On TV, Bill has been on several hit shows, including Sex and the City, OZ, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, As a stage actor, Bill’s first role was on Broadway with Sigourney Weaver and Christopher Durang in the play Sex and Longing. He recently returned to Broadway to work on LOMBARDI playing Green Bay Packer Legend Paul Hornung.
Currently, Bill lives in LA, where is a frequent regular at the World Famous Laugh Factory comedy club.