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April 24 WSOC Preliminary Round

April 24 WSOC Preliminary Round

Regional and local talent performing in a showcase competition to move to our qualifier round May 29 where the winner of that round goes to a satellite competition in Sarasota.

Hosted and produced by Bridget Martin    bmartin.sscc@gmail.com 

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The show starts at 7:30.

Tickets $5

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April 25-28 Jason Cheny

April 25-28 Jason Cheny
Winner of The 2017 World Series of Comedy

Born and raised in Taiwan, re-raised in America, toiled in Canada and soiled in a military school. Jason brings nuances of life from multiple perspectives, visceral comedic stories of an understanding that happiness happens outside of your comfort zone. Because of his cross-cultural upbringing, his material reaches a wide range of audiences. With keen observations of heritage delivered through energetic wit, Jason’s anecdotes about family, culture, and society, rings with an optimistic vigor. Notably, Jason won The World Series of Comedy, appeared on ‘Laughs’ on Fox, and regularly tours back in Asia including Singapore, Hong Kong, China, and Taiwan. Illustrating the mural of human interaction through comedy and bringing people closer together.

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Showtimes:

Thursday 7:30
Friday and Saturday 7:30 and 9:45
Sunday  7:30

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May 2-5 Keir

May 2-5 Keir

You’ll come for the Rock Impressions, you’ll leave laughing your head off. Great standup and spot-on musical impressions make this show rock. Comedy clubs, corporate events, cruise ships, colleges, Kier has literally been all over the world, including entertaining the Troops in Europe, Asia, and the Persian Gulf. A highlight of Kier’s show is his History of Rock Guitar Riffs. Kier’s impressions include Sting, U2, Dave Matthews, Springsteen, Roy Orbison, Bob Dylan, Sinatra, Elvis, Waylon & Willie, Tom Petty, Prince, Barry White, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Neil Young, and many others.

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Showtimes:

Thursday 7:30
Friday 7:30
Saturday 7:30 and 9:45
Sunday  7:30

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May 7 Rescheduled from February 12 T.J Miller

May 7  T.J Miller

Due to a conflict with T.J. Miller‘s movie schedule, he has rescheduled for May 7. If you have already purchased tickets and can attend in May, take no action, your tickets will be moved to that date. If you do not want to attend in May call 423 629 2233 for a refund during the following hours: Thursday 12/27 1pm-4pm, Friday 12/28 3pm-10pm, Saturday after 6pm , Wednesday between 12 and 3pm, Thursday 1/3 3pm 8pm. We apologize for the inconvenience but “That’s Show Business”

T.J. MILLER is one of the most sought after comedians in the world, certainly the northern part of the western hemisphere. He has been diligently working to make people laugh for over fifteen years, and is driven by the altruistic mission statement that life is fundamentally tragic and the best thing he can do is provide an ephemeral escapism from that tragedy which permeates everyday life by doing comedy.
He has been performing his absurdist observational standup act worldwide for over 15 years, and has never gone to the bathroom in his pantaloons on stage. His hour-long comedy specials T.J. MILLER: NO REAL REASON (Comedy Central) and T.J. MILLER: METICULOUSLY RIDICULOUS (HBO) are available to stream now wherever streaming content is streamed.
For no reason he produced two music albums, THE EXTENDED PLAY E.P., a hip-hop/pop/folk music E.P. with 41 tracks, and the ILLEGAL ART REMIXTAPE- available now on iTunes and wherever fake music is sold.
Miller’s voice stars as Gene in the EMOJI MOVIE and Fred in Disney’s Academy Award-winning animated feature, BIG HERO 6. Miller also talks like an old drag queen after a hard night of chain smoking, and thus has voiced many characters including the character Tuffnut in the Oscar-nominated animated films HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON and HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2. He played Auggie in the first R-rated stop motion animated film HELL AND BACK with Nick Swardson and Prancer in ICE AGE: A MAMMOTH CHRISTMAS. In television, he voices Robbie from GRAVITY FALLS, Tuffnut in How To Train Your Dragon’s DRAGONS: RIDERS OF BERK, Brad in HIGH SCHOOL USA!, Randy in F IS FOR FAMILY and a volcano in FAMILY GUY. Don’t forget about GORBURGER, a show so strange you’ll just have to google it to understand.
You may recognize his non-animated face and body from his roles in FOX’s big screen comic book adaptation of DEADPOOL, the highest grossing R-rated film of all time, 2014’s surprise indie hit TRANSFORMERS 4, Pete Holmes’ HBO comedy series CRASHING, Mike Judge’s HBO comedy series SILICON VALLEY, for which he received the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Television Comedy, or even THE GOODWIN GAMES which was canceled after 7 episodes (he was also on CARPOOLERS with Jerry O’Connel and that lasted 13 episodes). When CHELSEA LATELY was a show, t.j. was on that show quite a bit. A ‘regular’ some might call him.
Miller has been in over 25 major studio films- more than Fabio (and he was in Sharknado 5: Global Swarming) including CLOVERFIELD, SHE’S OUT OF MY LEAGUE, SEEKING A FRIEND FOR THE END OF THE WORLD, ROCK OF AGES, OUR IDIOT BROTHER, YOGI BEAR 3D (Ranger Jones, his greatest role to date), UNSTOPPABLE, GET HIM TO THE GREEK, SEARCH PARTY, THE GOODS: LIVE HARD, SELL HARD, and finally his good friend Jay Baruchel’s GOON: LAST OF THE ENFORCERS.
Most recently, T.J. can be seen in OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY, opposite Jason Bateman and Jennifer Aniston, READY PLAYER ONE directed by Steven Spielberg, & DEADPOOL 2. He resides in New York City, NY, where he struggles to find meaning in an uncertain world.
He is first and foremost, and always will be, a comedian. His Standup is “Smooth Like Fire, Hip Like Lincoln.”
Next year T.J. can be seen in the upcoming film UNDERWATER opposite Kristin Stewart, a Twentieth Century Fox disaster thriller that is the perfect full circle return to his roots in Cloverfield. He will work until his death to make you happy. He loves you. Come and enjoy him perform.

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Showtimes:

7:00 and 9:15pm

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May 8 Open Mic Night

May 8,  7:30 PM (Doors open at 6:00 PM Happy Hour 4-6 Backstage)

Every third Wednesday of the month.

Some of the regions best talent working on their acts.

Chattanooga’s Longest Running Open Mic Show.

Regional and local talent performing in a showcase format. You never know who will show up and go up.

Hosted and produced by Bridget Martin    bmartin.sscc@gmail.com 

Sponsored by:

 

Click and give them a like for everything comedy in the 423.

The show starts at 7:30.

Tickets $5

Purchase Tickets

 Happy Hour “Backstage”

“Backstage Bar”: Whiskey, Wine, Food and Fun on Station Street

at the Choo Choo with The Comedy Catch

 

 

Featuring over 80 Whiskeys, 30 types of Scotch, an extensive wine list and delicious food.

Now open at 4:00pm (Tuesday-Friday) with
happy hour from 4pm-6pm, dinner and post show gatherings.

$1 Meatball Sliders, $5 Shrimp Cocktail, $5 Nacho Supreme,
$3.50 wells, 1$ off beer, $2 off wine.

29 Station Street

 

May 9-11 Jerry Harvey “Critter”

May 9-11 Jerry Harvey “Critter”

Jerry Harvey began his career over a decade ago. Right from the start he won or placed highly in multuple nationwide comedy contest including The Southeast Funniest People Search and The World Series Of Comedy. The rest is history.
Jerry is like your southern grandma and grandpa all rolled up in one.
He gives loving advice and the occasional ass whoopin!
He is a gay, conservative, outspoken, non-PC southerner with a love for all y’all! As long as you’re not “triflin”.
Get to know Jerry, his stories and his love of animals.
His philosophies are old school with a new age twist.
Based in Chattanooga Tennessee Jerry is a stand up comedian and a wildlife rehabilitator.
You won’t leave with dry britches!  Guarenteed!

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Showtimes:
Thursday 7:30
Friday 7:30
Saturday 7:30 and 9:45
Sunday Closed for Mother’s Day

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May 16-19 Matt Mitchell

May 16-19 Matt Mitchell

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Matt Mitchell is a pure southern mash boogie comedian from Alabama with barefeet, mush-mouthed drawling and a mile-wide social streak. Kinda like Lynyrd Skynyrd as a stand-up comic… only fatter. Matt got his start as the “Casio Kid” on the nationally syndicated Rick and Bubba radio show. After his hit reality tv show, “THE FATCHELOR” rocked the airwaves of the Turner South channel he loaded up the truck and move to Beverly… hills that is…. wait… actually it was Hollywood. Matt has since been seen on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, MTV and Last Comic Standing, along with numerous commercials and music videos.

 

 

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Showtimes:
Thursday 7:30
Friday 7:30
Saturday 7:30
Sunday 7:30

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May 22 Open Mic

May 22,  7:30 PM (Doors open at 6:00 PM Happy Hour 4-6 Backstage)

Every third Wednesday of the month.

Some of the regions best talent working on their acts.

Chattanooga’s Longest Running Open Mic Show.

Regional and local talent performing in a showcase format. You never know who will show up and go up.

Hosted and produced by Bridget Martin    bmartin.sscc@gmail.com 

Sponsored by:

 

Click and give them a like for everything comedy in the 423.

The show starts at 7:30.

Tickets $5

Purchase Tickets

 Happy Hour “Backstage”

“Backstage Bar”: Whiskey, Wine, Food and Fun on Station Street

at the Choo Choo with The Comedy Catch

 

 

Featuring over 80 Whiskeys, 30 types of Scotch, an extensive wine list and delicious food.

Now open at 4:00pm (Tuesday-Friday) with
happy hour from 4pm-6pm, dinner and post show gatherings.

$1 Meatball Sliders, $5 Shrimp Cocktail, $5 Nacho Supreme,
$3.50 wells, 1$ off beer, $2 off wine.

29 Station Street

May 23 “Teacher’s Relief Live”

May 23 “Teacher’s Relief Live”

It was a random yet honest moment in 2016 that led to Denson becoming an internet sensation. After volunteering as a chaperone during his son’s field trip, a mentally tortured Denson recorded an amusing commentary about his day at the Georgia Aquarium with a group of six-year-old kids. His summation: PAY TEACHERS MORE MONEY! He confessed that after one day with these six-year-olds, he was completely drained and the heroes that do the work everyday, teachers, should be paid more. “Summer school should come with a PSA, ‘Make Your Kid Take a Shower.’ It’s hard to teach in the funk!” jokes Hank.

After receiving widespread support, and over 8 million views for his #payteachersmoremoney movement, Denson has hit the road performing for parents and teachers alike… and even put the call out that if any teacher had a hard day, he would buy them a round of drinks. Denson, who rarely drinks, jokes, “People ask me, ‘Why pay teachers more money?’ I tell them, you go volunteer at your local school… you will need a Hennessy and Coke!”

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Showtimes:Thursday 7:30

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May 24-26 Will Jacobs

May 24-26 Will Jacobs

An attorney by trade, Will brings his engaging brand of comedy from the courtroom to the comedy club.  Audiences will undoubtedly find him funny as charged.

Will‘s comedic perspective on everything from his career to marriage have made him one of the hottest acts on the comedy circuit today.  His comedy has been featured on the FOX TV show Laughs.

 

 

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Showtimes: Friday and Saturday 7:30
Sunday  7:30

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May 29 WSOC Qualifier

May 29 WSOC Qualifying  Round

Regional and local talent performing in a showcase competition to move to  a satellite competition in Sarasota.

Hosted and produced by Bridget Martin    bmartin.sscc@gmail.com 

Sponsored by:

 

Click and give them a like for everything comedy in the 423.

The show starts at 7:30.

Tickets $10

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May 30 Lyrics, Laughter and Love

A fund raiser for  Gissella Rappdefriese, featuring Comedian Karen Mills and the  music of Priscilla and Little RicKee.

Gissella is fighting the toughest battle of her life for her life…for the second time. At the mere age of 19 years old, she has endured more challenges in her short life than most of us do in an entire lifetime.
At six years old She and her siblings were working very hard on overcoming trauma from neglect and abuse that they received in foster care. Less than 1 year after being adopted, Gissella was diagnosed with ALL Leukemia. She immediately got the treatment and support that she needed and beat it!!

Fast forward 12 years later, Gissella is 18 years old, and she has beens diagnosed with Leukemiafor the second time and now the cancer has mutated to a rare type of leukemia. All of the things necessary for Gissella to fight and hopefully beat this disease once and for all, are a tremendous expense for her family. Please help to support Gissella and her family through this very tough time

Karen Mills has made a career out of making people laugh. She has been a nationally touring comedian for twenty-five years and can be heard daily on Sirius / XM comedy channels. Karen appeared on Season 12 of America’s Got Talent and her new comedy special “Pink Pants” was recently released on Dry Bar Comedy. Originally from Cleveland, Tennessee,  Karen’s basketball skills earned her a full scholarship to the University of Tennessee @ Chattanooga

Music performed by Priscilla and Little RicKee , they have played music together for 27 years, beginning at Las Margaritas in Riverview.  Donna Coleman, Nan Murphy, Sharon Hale, Ashley Cofield, Gary Bartley and Andrew Chauncey make up the band and are known for their wide range of musical styles.  From Nightfall to Riverbend and now Scotties’s on the River, you will enjoy their festive flair and knack for crowd involvement!

 

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May 31-June 2 Tim Wright

May 31-June 2 Tim Wright

Upon graduation, he left his home in Lancaster, SC and joined the Military where he served our country for 10 years. He’ll be the first to tell you that the most important battle he ever fought was the one that gave him sole custody of his son.
The two of them moved to Myrtle Beach in 2008 searching for a new beginning, and what Tim found was a love for performing stand up. Honing his craft at open mic nights, his comedic observations on growing up, dating and everyday life as a single dad provided him with more than enough material to win the 2010 Beach’s Best Comic Award. Since then, he has gone from an open mic night comedy hopeful to a headliner drawing crowds, entertaining audiences with his authentic southern drawl, pin-point comedic timing and clever delivery of his unique life experiences.

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Showtimes: Friday and Saturday 7:30
Sunday  7:30

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June 5 Open Mic Night

June 5,  7:30 PM (Doors open at 6:00 PM Happy Hour 4-6 Backstage)

Every third Wednesday of the month.

Some of the regions best talent working on their acts.

Chattanooga’s Longest Running Open Mic Show.

Regional and local talent performing in a showcase format. You never know who will show up and go up.

Hosted and produced by Bridget Martin    bmartin.sscc@gmail.com 

Sponsored by:

 

Click and give them a like for everything comedy in the 423.

The show starts at 7:30.

Tickets $5

Purchase Tickets

 Happy Hour “Backstage”

“Backstage Bar”: Whiskey, Wine, Food and Fun on Station Street

at the Choo Choo with The Comedy Catch

 

 

Featuring over 80 Whiskeys, 30 types of Scotch, an extensive wine list and delicious food.

Now open at 4:00pm (Tuesday-Friday) with
happy hour from 4pm-6pm, dinner and post show gatherings.

$1 Meatball Sliders, $5 Shrimp Cocktail, $5 Nacho Supreme,
$3.50 wells, 1$ off beer, $2 off wine.

29 Station Street

 

June 6-9 DJ Sandhu

June 6-9 DJ Sandhu

Buried deep within the most luxuriant beard in comedy lives DJ Sandhu’s silver tongue just aching to get out and spread its diabolical thoughts. From the World Series of Comedy to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and everywhere in between, Sandhu has worked with some of the industry’s legends including Bret Ernst, Carl LaBove, Tommy Davidson, and Godfrey…all of which leave his mother incredibly disappointed that he didn’t choose a better life path.

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Showtimes:
Thursday 7:30
Friday 7:30
Saturday 7:30 and 9:45
Sunday 7:30

June 14 and 15 James Gregory

June 14 and 15  James Gregory “The Funniest Man In America”

 

  • Special event: no passes, coupons or discounts excepted.

One show Friday at 7:30 pm. Saturday , 7pm and 9:15pm.

Clean Comedy

James Gregory, The Funniest Man in America on his “Crock Pots and Chicken Legs Tour” returns to The Comedy Catch June 14-15, 2019. James creates an evening of non-stop laughter with a wry sense of the absurd, a Southern accent and unique sense of humor. The ridiculous, the common and sometimes even the simplest events all become hilarious in the hands of this master and world-class comedian. Simply put, at the end of the evening you will think that you and James are first cousins due to the similarities of events in his lifetime and events in your lifetime.

Friday and Saturday $27

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June 19 Open Mic Night

June 19,  7:30 PM (Doors open at 6:00 PM Happy Hour 4-6 Backstage)

Every third Wednesday of the month.

Some of the regions best talent working on their acts.

Chattanooga’s Longest Running Open Mic Show.

Regional and local talent performing in a showcase format. You never know who will show up and go up.

Hosted and produced by Bridget Martin    bmartin.sscc@gmail.com 

Sponsored by:

 

Click and give them a like for everything comedy in the 423.

The show starts at 7:30.

Tickets $5

Purchase Tickets

 Happy Hour “Backstage”

“Backstage Bar”: Whiskey, Wine, Food and Fun on Station Street

at the Choo Choo with The Comedy Catch

 

 

Featuring over 80 Whiskeys, 30 types of Scotch, an extensive wine list and delicious food.

Now open at 4:00pm (Tuesday-Friday) with
happy hour from 4pm-6pm, dinner and post show gatherings.

$1 Meatball Sliders, $5 Shrimp Cocktail, $5 Nacho Supreme,
$3.50 wells, 1$ off beer, $2 off wine.

29 Station StreetJ

 

June 20-23 D.J Lewis and Friends

June 20-23 D.J Lewis and Friends

Thursday night’s show will be a fundraiser for “The Alice Fund”

The mission of The Alice Fund is to help provide medical care and supplies to cats whose owners and caregivers would otherwise lack the resources to access such care. By accepting donations from generous cat lovers, The Alice Fund allows contributors to extend their love for cats to those in need.

The line up for this event will be,Cedric Middlebrooks, Luke Marter, Darryl Davidson and DJ Lewis

D.J started right here at The Comedy Catch and has built his own unique style of comedy and a crowd of loyal followers and comedian friends.

Depending on who is in town it’s a reunion of comedians  and a showcase of talent.

You never know what to expect when these guys get together but it sure will be a fun time.

Showtimes:

Thursday 7:30
Friday 7:30, Saturday 7:30 and 9:45
Sunday  7:30

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June 27-30 J Bliss

June 27-30 J. Bliss

J.BlissAt a young age, J Bliss always had a knack for capturing an audience’s attention with some quick witted humor. His comedic craft started with his upbringing in South Jersey. J Bliss’ style deals with everyday observations and personal experiences in which he chooses to find the humor.

He first hit the comedy stage in Charlotte, NC in 2005. Since then he has been traveling up and down the east coast leaving them laughing. His performances have simply been described as “Hilarious” and he is a definite “Crowd Favorite”. Just recently J Bliss won the “Fan Favorite” award at the 2014 $10K Comedy Competition.

Since his start he has opened for comedians like Eddie Griffin, DeRay Davis, Corey Holcomb, Rodney Perry, George Willborn, Jay Phillips, Tony Roberts, Alex Thomas and the Ragin Cajun – John Morgan

Showtimes:

Thursday 7:30
Friday 7:30, Saturday 7:30 and 9:45
Sunday  7:30

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July 5-7 Andy Forrester

July 5-7 Andy Forrester

 

Andy Forrester has been performing comedy since 1999 and his brand of off the wall humor has made him a club favorite all across the country. His high energy and animated routines have landed him spots opening for such headliners as Marc Maron, Jimmie “JJ” Walker, Kevin Pollak and Greg Giraldo.

He was a part of the Laugh Your Asheville festival in August of 2013. He also won the World Series of Comedy satellite in Louisville, KY in April of 2013. He continues to perform all over the country and beyond… when his family lets him.

Andy Also is the host of the “Eating It” podcast. Where he and fellow comedian David Tobey bring Food and Comedy together.

 

Showtimes:Friday 7:30, Saturday 7:30
Sunday  7:30

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