Stir Crazy Comedy All Stars

Feb 23

Stir Crazy Comedy All Stars

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Enjoy a night of hilarity with some of Stir Crazy's favorite comedians!

 

Bob Kubota

Bob Kubota's penchant for dry wit, lighthearted sarcasm and deciphering life's ironies has led him to the majority of the contiguous 48 states as well as Alaska and Hawaii. The sly take that he has on his own ethnicity continually proves to be a popular feature of his act. In 1996 he became an international performer when he joined the United Service Organization (USO) and now tours regularly with the 'Comics On Duty' (Davis Entertainment) providing comic relief to American military troops stationed around the globe.


Rob Maebe

Raised in 13 different states by the age of 9, Rob had already seen a lot. Splitting his teenage years between Phoenix AZ and Amarillo TX taught him to look at things from every angle. He uses that outlook to express his humorous point of view on everything from the minutiae of life, the don'ts of parenting, the women he dates, and more. He spends his life in one weird situation after another, knowing it will probably be funny in hindsight.


Sean McCarthy
Sean McCarthy started performing Stand Up Comedy at the age of 16 in 1986 at The Legendary Iron Horse Cafe in Northampton, Massachusetts. After moving to NYC at age 17, he failed miserably for years, whilst figuring out how to stand up. The whole time he struggled to get spots he constantly watched future stars of stand up comedy , like Chris Rock and Adam Sandler at The Comic Strip, Dangerfield's and the Improv in NYC. By the time Sean was 25 he was living in Phoenix performing Improv with  the Oxymoron's at The Star Theatre in Scottsdale. All while doing stand up all over the Southwest and appearing in Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury, Peter Piper Pizza and other commercials.

By 1998 Sean moved to Hollywood were very quickly he landed the Kia Spokesman gig for 5 years, became a Laugh Factory regular performing along with Dave Chapelle, Norm McDonald, Dane Cook, Eddie Griffin, Joe Rogan, Freddie Soto, Mitch Mullany, and list goes on and on. He also appeared on in a Super Bowl Commercial in 2002, 3rd Quarter Patriots vs. Rams... appeared in Bud Light, Taco Bell, Carl's Jr/Hardee's commercials and many many more... also he done stand up on NBC, PAX, MTV, appeared in the "Zodiac" with Mark Ruffalo. After 12 successful, amazing, crazy years in Hollywood Sean left, moving back to Phoenix. The change of pace was a chance to create more freely.

Sean has had two successful weekly comedy shows. "Sean On Ice" previously, and currently, "Tickle Your Bone Weekly Comedy Festival". Both shows cater to Local Comics with a very independent underground feel, that are "Standing Room Only" attended shows. The shows have both been very popular with comedians and real fans of comedy. Finally, you can check out the Short film, written and produced buy Sean, about Stand Up Comedy "Open Mic" (Who's Killing?) , Sean's Stand Up Comedy Special, "Raging Sean" and or a bunch of commercials in the links below...Hope to see ya soon.

Genevieve Rice

Genevieve Rice is a Phoenix-based comedian, human woman, and definitely not a bunch of raccoons in a trench coat. She founded Bird City Comedy Festival, which takes place in downtown Phoenix every spring. Genevieve also produces and hosts Jazz & Jokes, a monthly show that combines comedy & music to fight a common enemy: magic. She lives with her husband, two cats and a lifetime of regret.

 

 

 
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