Dusty Slay is a stand-up comedian with a baritone voice so smooth it’s like champagne in your ears. Dusty’s walks you through a childhood in the trailer park, his adult years in the workforce and as an occasional blackout drunk. He thinks skunks smell like weed and leaves the serious topics like race, religion and politics up to someone who, unlike him hasn’t drank gas out of a water hose.
Nameless Numberhead is a sketch comedy duo based in Charleston, SC. Their show is a character driven satire about you and the weird routines and habits you exhibit everyday. Self identified as surveillance chic, Nameless Numberhead exposes our obsession with voyeurism of the mundane. It's a lesson on society you won’t want to miss. Unless you do want to miss it, in which case, that's fine. Live your life.
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Dusty Slay has appeared on several network shows including NBC’s “Last Comic Standing”, the popular program “Laughs on FOX” and he was a featured comedian on “TMZ”. Dusty’s comedy is regularly showcased on many nationally syndicated radio programs including Sirius XM, Pandora Radio and “The Bob and Tom Radio Show”. He’s also been invited to numerous comedy festivals across America including: The Bridgetown Comedy Festival 2017, The Laughing Skull Festival 2015-16, The Charleston Comedy Festival and The Cape Fear Comedy Festival. Dusty won both the “Fight Night Competition” and the “Almost Famous Competition” at the Charlotte Comedy Zone in 2014. During his years in Charleston, SC Slay won The Charleston Comedy Festival Stand Up Competition two years in a row and was voted “Best Local Comic” by the readers of the Charleston City Paper in 2013 and 2014.
Maari Suorsa is an ensemble member with The New Colony (Chicago) and a graduate of The Annoyance Theatre program (Chicago). She has starred off-Broadway originating the role of Dale in the original cast of Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche.
Henry Riggs is an ensemble member of The New Colony (Chicago), Theatre 99 (Charleston), and a graduate of the iO Chicago program where he performed with 4 house teams. He received a Non-Equity Jeff Award (Chicago) for Original Music Composition for That Sordid Little Story.
•$5 for Groups of 5+
•oors open 30min prior.
•Shows may start/end 15min late
•General Admission - First Come First Serve Seating.
•You must be present 5 min prior to show start (no latecomer refunds/latecomer seats are NOT guaranteed).
•Park curbside on 1st Ave N or S or in lot under the overpass (they do NOT tow)