Cherry Lane Park

CapComedy: Kelly Collette featuring Pat House

Showtimes: 08/13/2021 7:30pm

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Kelly Collette
She has been a finalist on CMT's Next Big Comic, and tours clubs and colleges throughout the country. Her jokes have been featured on Pandora and Sirius XM, and in a segment for NPR. She has performed at the prestigious Limestone Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest, Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, Gilda’s Laughfest and The Lucielle Ball Comedy Festival. She is featured on the CD from Lucyfest called "Live From Jamestown". She headlined the 2019 Super Dope Comedy Festival. Kelly toured with The Nobodies of Comedy, a national theatre tour of comedians you should know. She will be performing at Gilda’s Laugh Fest in 2019 as part of the selected “Best of The Midwest” showcase. Kelly is also a featured emcee and storyteller. She has emceed for the Cincinnati Reds and has been a storyteller for "Cincy Storytellers" where you can hear her story on Soundcloud. She also produces a monthly standup storytelling show called “Truth Serum”.
Kelly's writing has been published for Bust Magazine. In 2016 she wrote, produced and directed a parody play called "Reservoir Dames". This all-female adaptation of "Reservoir Dogs" sold out and gained national attention. Her original play “Bloody Mary” (a horror comedy) debuted at the Know Theatre in 2020. She recently partnered with Gorilla Cinema and Pan American Airlines and wrote a script for an immersive 1960s pop up cocktail experience that is traveling the country. Kelly spoke at the 2020 Ohio Women’s March and was the keynote speaker for Empower Her, a women empowerment event at Cleveland State University. She was just named Cincinnati’s Best Local Comedian by CityBeat/Cincinnati Magazine.

Pat House

Pat House began his comedy career/obsession at the age of 19. After four years of daydreaming in high school of being a stand-up comedian, Pat finally took his scribbled notes to an open-mic in October 2004. Having received (what he considered) a decent reaction from the audience, he immediately began seeking comedy stages all over the Philadelphia area. Attending Temple University during the day while honing his act at night, Pat hosted Comedy Central Live!!! in Philadelphia, took second place in the first Howard Stern “Kill or Be Killed” competition and was named one of the top up-and-coming comedians in the city by Philadelphia Weekly - all by age 22.After traveling the country for years, Pat recorded and released his first full-length album, Biggest Thing. Now, at 30, Pat performs with some of his favorite comics all across the country as much as possible to avoid using his college degree.

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