Mike Yard, Mike Speirs and Scott Bruce
Doors Open at 8:00pm.
When not on stage, making new friends at well-known venues like The Improv, Caroline's, The Comedy Store, Rascal's, Stand Up NY, The Laugh House or Mohegan Sun. Mike likes to flex his writing muscles, he had a chance to do so as a writer and voice talent on an animated pilot for Spike TV's The Big Head People.
Mike is quickly becoming a familiar face on television, with appearances on The Apollo Comedy Hour, Russell Simmons Def Comedy Jam (All Star Edition), BET's ComicView (1998-2002), Video Vixens on MTV, Comedy Central's Live at Gotham, HBO's Bad Boys of Comedy and most recently ABC's What Would You Do?
Mike's act takes a fresh and honest look at who he is, what he was and what he hopes to become. Whether he is talking about the joy and pain of being a public school teacher, surviving open heart surgery, or just reminiscing about striking out with women while bar-hopping in his former life, one thing is certain...every time Mike takes the stage, audiences are sure to be alive, energized and clamoring for more.
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.