Billy Garan, Ken Schultz and Scott Bruce
Doors Open at 8:00pm.
Billy Garan began his career performing stand-up at Catch A Rising Star in New York City. He expanded his career by joining a comedy troupe called Funny Business which toured hundreds of colleges throughout the country.
Billy's staggering list of impressions is demonstrated in his "Hollywood High" routine where he plays all the characters in a classroom of celebrity students, ranging from Truman Capote to Sylvester Stallone. He not only does the voices with superb accuracy, but also the mannerisms. Billy's high energy and machine gun style delivery have defined him as a unique talent having made him a valuable opening act for Robert Klein, Jay Leno and Jerry Seinfeld. He has produced, written and performed numerous radio commercials and has been seen doing comedy on NBC, Showtime and A&E.
His career as an actor has covered a wide range of appearances from ABC's "Phenom" & "America's Funniest People," NBC's "Saved by the Bell," & "California Dreams," Showtime's "Sherman Oaks," and an ABC pilot called "Worlds Apart."
Several years ago, Ken Schultz was born. He now gets paid to say weird things into a microphone. People seem to be OK with this.
If you frequent your local comedy club you may have caught stand-up standout Scott Bruce. It’s hard to find a venue that has not taken advantage of his many and varied talents. You may catch him on a cruise ship, at a nightclub in Las Vegas or a Moose Lodge in rural Pennsylvania. The one thing you are guaranteed is a good time and a lot of laughs. His quick wit, ad-libbing ability and natural timing make not just a great comic, but also one of the most sought after MC’s working today.