Frantic! FREE Show Hosted By Aaron Berg!
Roy Wood, Jr., Sean Patton, Dan St. Germain, Emily Galati, Derek Gaines, Luz Pazos, Jay Light
Mon · April 24, 2017
Doors: 9:30 pm / Show: 10:00 pmThe Stand
This event is 16 and over
Come experience the best free show in all of Manhattan! Featuring club regulars, up & coming talent, and surprise drop-ins...this is Frantic! Hosted by Aaron Berg with Roy Wood, Jr., Dan St. Germain, Sean Patton, Emily Galati, Derek Gaines, Vladimir Caamano, Luz Pazos, Jay Light, and More!http://thestandnyc.ticketfly.com/event/1441741/
Prior to ‘The Daily Show’ Roy spent three years on the TBS‘ sitcom, Sullivan and Son. And is still a regular on
He’s currently a regular on ‘Conan’, ESPN’s ‘SportsNation’ & Comedy Central’s @Midnight.
A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Roy began his comedy career in 1998 at the age of 19 while attending Florida A&M University. He went on to make his television debut in 2006 on The Late Show with David Letterman. and finished third in the 2010 season of Last Comic Standing.
He’s also appeared on HBO’s Def Comedy Jam, Comedy Central’s Premium Blend and The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson
Prior to this he also appeared at the 2006 Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in the “New Faces Showcase”. In 2006, Wood appeared on the Bob and Tom Radio Show: The Comedy Tour on Comedy Central.
Also a veteran of radio (2001-2012) Roy’s morning show took home awards from the Alabama Broadcasters association for ‘Best Large Market Morning Show’.
Wood has recorded three nationally-released prank call CD’s: My Momma Made Me Wear This (2003), Confessions of a High School Bench Warmer (2005) and I’ll Slap You to Sleep! (2009). And has recently released his first comedy CD Things I think, I think (2013)
Those are the things I've done that I'm proud of. For a list of things I've done that I'm not so proud of... yeah right, you ain't never gonna know that! I love what I do, some of you will too (thanks!), and some of you will not (but thanks for coming).
I want to share myself with you, whomever you are.
Dan St Germain was chosen as a featured comic in Variety's "10 Comics To Watch" list, was listed as one of Paste Magazine's Top 10 Great Underrated Comedians, named Time Out NY's "Comedy Break Out" of 2013, selected as one of Mandatory.com's "Comedians to Watch Out For" in 2014, and he's currently developing a show with FOX.
He's got a Half Hour special on Comedy Central and has appeared on Jimmy Fallon, Conan, Best Week Ever, @Midnight, We Love the 2000s, John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show, The Electric Company, Guy Code, and Friends of the People.
He's the creator and star of the web series Kicking Dan Out, was featured on My Damn Channel, In Security on Comedy Central Studios, and has collaborated with Above Average. Dan's been a guest on WTF with Marc Maron, Carolla, You Made it Weird, Ron and Fez, Bob and Tom, Fitzdog Radio, and The Artie Lange Show. He's starred in a Super Bowl commercial with Howard Stern, Jack Link's promos for Comedy Central, and was selected by Time Out New York as having one of the best jokes about New York City, on a list that included Woody Allen.
Check out My Dumb Friends, his podcast on the All Things Comedy Network and his album Bad at the Good Times on AST Records, both of which were listed by Paste Magazine as among the best podcasts and albums of 2014.
This winter he'll be hosting The Joke on HLN and appearing on New Girl.
Emily performs regularly at the legendary Zanies Comedy Club in Chicago and has traveled all over the country to work with national acts such as Jeffery Ross, Gilbert Gottfried, Dwayne Perkins, Jimmy Dore, Jeff Richards, Kyle Kinane, and Matt Braunger. You can also catch her on your television set performing on shows like "The Comedy Thrift Store", "Funny Sundaes" and Comcast OnDemand's Laugh Out Loud.
Emily was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona where she enjoyed sunny days and swimming in December. She currently resides in Chicago, Illinois and misses her pool.
Jay Light is a stand-up comic and writer originally from Texas, currently living in Los Angeles.
He began his comedy career in North Carolina and has since performed all over the world, including at SXSW, the North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival, the Blue Whale Comedy Festival, and the Cannes Film Festival. He has opened for the likes of Tom Rhodes, Theo Von, Dana Carvey, and Dave Chappelle.
Jay is a doorman at the world-famous Comedy Store, following in the footsteps of greats like Jim Carrey, Bill Hicks, David Letterman, Marc Maron, Sam Kinison, and more. He is also a regular performer and co-producer on one of LA's hottest shows, Roast Battle, and has appeared on both seasons of Comedy Central's version of the show, earning a spot in the finals of season two.
The LA Weekly called him a "local eclectic noise maker."
His mom called him "not the son she thought she raised."
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