Dave Ross is coming back to town. Kevin White and Zach Peterson too. See them at The Elvis Room in Blueberry Hill on Wednesday, October 15.
Tickets are only available for purchase the night of the show at the door but you can RSVP on Facebook, if you’d like.
Dave Ross is a comedian and storyteller in Los Angeles, CA. He is a regular at L.A.’s Nerdist Theater at Meltdown, and at the Hollywood Improv, and performs at literally every festival, club, theater, bar, fire hall and bombed-out stone building that will have him.
He is the host of the podcast Terrified on the Nerdist Network and a MOTH Grand Slam winner. You might have seen him on Tosh.0 with his sketch group, WOMEN, or heard him telling stories on KCRW. In 2014, he got hammered on Drunk History on Comedy Central, and in a blackout, demanded that everyone in the world be nice to each other. That’s pretty much Dave in a nutshell. He loves you. He loves you kind of angrily.
Kevin White was described by the Chicago Tribune as “a physical expression of an exclamation point.” He approaches topics like heartbreak, financial woe and fear of the future with a cheerful cynicism and an urgent stage presence. His stand up is personal, engaging and visual.
He now lives in Chicago where his writing helped win “Best Sketch/Improv Troupe” from the Chicago Reader for his work with late night show Talk Hard. Kevin currently produces the comedy debate show Arguments & Grievances in Chicago, which was awarded 2014’s “Best Variety Show” by Chicago Magazine, and hailed as “smart, high-stakes tomfoolery disguised in a brilliant, faux-brainy conceit.”
Zach Peterson began writing comedy in 2008 with Ian Douglas Terry with a sketch group named OKFMDOA. The writing gave birth to a live show and a slew of internet videos. Some actually being good to the surprise of everyone. OKFMDOA garnered awards from Seattle Sketchfest, HBO and Funny or Die.