The Stand's 5 Year Anniversary! w/ Artie Lange, Ron Bennington, Dan Soder, Sal Vulcano, Rich Vos, Wyatt Cenac, and More!

The Stand's 5 Year Anniversary! w/ Artie Lange, Ron Bennington, Dan Soder, Sal Vulcano, Rich Vos, Wyatt Cenac, and More!

Wed · September 20, 2017

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$20.00

This event is 16 and over

Artie Lange
Artie Lange
Born October 11, 1967 in Union Township, New Jersey. He was a cast member on MADtv for it's first 2 seasons but got fired after his cocaine addiction got him into trouble. He then went on the radio show, The Howard Stern Show, eventually replacing Jackie Martling in 2001. In 2006, he wrote, produced and starred in the film, Beer League.
Ron Bennington
Ron Bennington
Finding comedy in everything and everything in comedy. Ron Bennington has been a stand up comedian and comedy club owner and promoter. He's also been part of two legendary radio shows, the Ron and Ron Radio Network and the Ron and Fez show. All of that experience comes together for Bennington. Three hours of talk entertainment with nationally known comedians. His co-host is Gail Bennington who has literally grown up in the buisness of comedy. It's fun, edgy and covers everything in comedy today. What ESPN is to sports, Bennington is to comedy.
Weekdays 12pm-3pm ET
Dan Soder
Dan Soder
Originally from Aurora, CO, Dan Soder started doing stand-up at 21 while attending the University of Arizona. After two years of playing clubs and casinos all over the southwest, Dan decided he'd had enough of extreme heat and venomous animals, so he moved to New York to get serious about stand-up. After living in New York for six years Dan has been featured on Comedy Central's Live at Gotham, Conan, and appeared on Opie and Anthony. This year, you can see him on Comedy Central's The Half Hour and also see his commentary as a new cast member of MTV2's Guy Code.
Sal Vulcano
Sal Vulcano
Sal Vulcano was born on November 6, 1976 in Staten Island, New York City, New York, USA as Salvatore Edward Anthony Vulcano. He is a producer and actor, known for Impractical Jokers (2011), Impractical Jokers Practically Live Tour Special (2015) and Impractical Jokers: One Night at the Grand (2016).
Rich Vos
Rich Vos
Best known from NBC's hit reality show "Last Comic Standing," Rich Vos is one of the most exciting and broadest headlining comedians in the country. Back Stage Magazine says of Vos, "He has an uncanny 'Everyman' ability to likeably bond with anyone in the audience…" The excitement of a Rich Vos show stems from his unique, no-holds-barred perspective on relationships, divorce and parenthood. Vos pulls no punches when it comes to comedy. On many occasions, he will deliver some of the quickest crowd banter, leaving audiences not knowing what to expect next.

Vos is a "comic's comic" who is quick, off-the-cuff and appeals to all types of audiences, best represented by his extensive resume of television and radio appearances. He has two Comedy Central Half-Hour Specials and appeared in two other Comedy Central specials. He was a regular guest on "Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn," and has been a regular guest on "The Opie and Anthony Show" for the past 10 years. Vos has appeared on HBO, Showtime, Starz, "Jimmy Kimmel Live," "The Rosie O'Donnell Show," NBC's "American Dreams" and "The View." He is also a regular on the Joy Behar show, made three appearances at the Apollo, four appearances on BET, and was the first white comic to perform on HBO's "Def Comedy Jam." He also wrote for the 2005 Oscars, and has appeared on and wrote for many roasts.

Growing up on the wrong side of the tracks, Vos struggled to beat drug and alcohol addictions. He now celebrates his victories on stage with stories about kids, divorce, marriage and recovery. Besides being a proud parent of three beautiful girls, he just celebrated 25 years, clean and sober.

His strength as a live performer comes from years of headlining clubs across the country and performing shows for colleges, corporations and charities. He is inundated with letters of thanks and gratitude for the good work he has done. When he is not on the road, he can be seen regularly at Caroline's and The Comedy Cellar as well as other clubs all over New York City, which he calls home.
Wyatt Cenac
Wyatt Cenac
The only Daily Show with Jon Stewart correspondent to ever collaborate with MC Frontalot, the versatile Wyatt Cenac is also a writer, director, actor, and standup comedian. Born and raised in New York City, Cenac was a writer on the animated series King of the Hill before landing a writing and correspondent gig on the Daily Show in 2008. In 2009, he displayed his love of hip-hop by bringing rapper Slim Thug on the show for the song "Still a Boss," while two years later he made a guest appearance on the MC Frontalot album Solved. He also debuted his Comedy Central television special Comedy Person in 2011, with the album of the same name landing that year, while 2012 saw him leave The Daily Show to focus on his solo career. In 2014 his second comedy special, Brooklyn, debuted on Netflix with the accompanying album landing on the Other Music Recording Company. ~ David Jeffries, Rovi
Venue Information:
The Stand
239 3rd Ave
New York, NY, 10003
http://www.thestandnyc.com/shows/