Our 2nd installment of Get Involved Comedy Night hosted by Hugh Murray and Mike Keegan was recently featured in LIVE Magazine. The show was at The Brokerage Comedy Club, part of the Long Island Comedy scene owned by Governor’s Comedy. It was an awesome show that ran extra long yet everyone didn’t want the show to end. We started at 10:30pm and had three, count em, THREE headliners on the show. Two of which were not even planned they just came and supported the show. It was awesome. Big thanks to Dustin Chafin for closing out the show like a true gentleman, despite waiting 2 hours for his spot.
Check out the great write-up from our friend John Blenn HERE (page 34)
Get Involved Comedy likes to put together fundraisers for events to help out our community. We might seem like jerks, but deep down we like to do everything in our power to raise money for good causes. A recent fundraiser for Fairway Market that GIC’s Hugh Murray, Mike Keegan and especially Joe Mylonas put together will be featured on Verizon Fios’ Push Pause segment. The event was headlined by the super talented and hilarious Keith Anthony.
It will be aired on Verizon’s Channel 1 or 501:
Tuesday, October 7th 2014 at 11Am, 12:30PM, 4:30PM, 9:30PM
Friday, October 10th 2014 at 12:30PM
Saturday, October 11th 2014 at 10:30AM
If you miss the air times, you can check out the website: Verizon Fios Push Pause
Here is the third installment of the Get Involved Comedy Show that is put together by our co-founders Hugh Murray and Mike Keegan. Other GIC members, Tony Landolfi, John Consoli, Kristen Florio, Jeff Schaeffer and Mike Calcagno will also be featured on the show. It is going to be closed out by one of the best headliners in the business, Richie Byrne. This is a show that you do not want to miss, even if we can’t spell Columbus.
Get Involved Comedy member John Consoli’s one man show “You Don’t Get To Wear That” is now in book form! Here is the book description:
What do the Mafia, the Federal Witness Protection Program, The Hell’s Angels and Santa Claus all have in common? They all figure prominently into the childhood of stand up comedian John Consoli. You Don’t Get to Wear That is an autobiographical whirlwind that reads like a Hollywood movie script. The core of the story is the author’s lifelong attempt to deal with his extremely dysfunctional family situation and up-bringing. The story is fast moving, tragic, hysterical and often un-believable.
Check it out and support one of the fastest rising and funniest comics in the industry.