George Willborn | Oct 1-3

George Wilborn is a Chicago native who got his big break as the house MC at All Jokes Aside in1992. All Jokes Aside was Chicago’s first primarily African American comedy club. He shared the stage and befriended comedy greats like Jamie Foxx, Bernie Mac and Steve Harvey, just to name a few.

During his seven-year stint at All Jokes Aside, George became widely known as The Stress Reliever! George went on to perform on many comedy tours, national stage plays and currently, a plethora of comedy clubs across the country.

In 2015, George landed a supporting role in Spike Lee’s “Chi-raq”

George’s radio career was birthed in 1996 in Chicago and took him to DC where he began working with Michael Baisden (2006 – 2012) and then Doug Banks. Currently, George has teamed back up with Michael Baisden and is the co-host of the syndicated “Michael Baisden Show”.

Billy Sorrells | Oct 8-9

Billy Sorrells is a stand-up comedian, actor, and host. Starting his career in the digital space, Billy produced and starred in a collection of sketches with his character “Peaches” which grew to over 17 million views, including the viral hit “Sh*t Black Girls Say.”  

After moving from Houston to Los Angeles, Billy created and starred in the digital series OFFICE CODE for BET.com as well as hosted Red Carpet coverage for various BET award shows.

This past year, Billy appeared in BLACK JESUS, LAFF MOBB’s LAFF TRACKS (TruTV), BLACK CARD REVOKED (BET) and he wrote and produced two digital series and appeared in his own half hour stand-up special for Kevin Hart’s LOL Network.

Previously, Billy was a cast member on MTV’s WILD’N OUT and appeared on DIRTY 30’s, a pilot for VH1 from the producers of GUY CODE, and he had a cameo in the Yo Gotti music video “Down in the DM” that to date has over 80 million views. Previously he was a series regular on FUNNIEST WINS for TBS, hosted a pilot for Oxygen called SWIPE FOR LOVE, and played “Chester Rich” in the feature LUCKY GIRL for eOne/BET. He can currently be seen as one of the correspondent’s on BET’s MAN CAVE.

American Bulge | Oct 15-16

This is the one! South Carolina’s top male dancer show, American Bulge.

Candyman’s Birthday Show

80s/90s Throwback

Starring: BOLO with CANDYMAN

Featuring: Wet Dream, Luscious, XXXtasy, Boss, Kali

Hosted by: Casino & Just Right


For Ladies Only! Must be 21.

Dancers on the flyer are not guaranteed to perform at each show.

Two item minimum


Friday 8pm and 10:30pm

Saturday 6pm and 9pm


$25 in advance

$35 the week of the show

Plastic Cup Boyz | Oct 22-24

Will Spank Horton and Na’im Lynn are The Plastic Cup Boyz. The Plastic Cup Boyz have traveled the world supporting Kevin Hart in the world of comedy and on the party scene. This duo can be considered some of best comedy talents known today.

Whether it’s performing in front of 15,000 people in an arena or having a few drinks after the show. The Plastic Cup Boyz are the Present and Future of Comedy.

Friday October 22 @ 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm.  Saturday October 23 @ 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm.  Then Sunday October 24 @ 7:00 pm.  Tickets $20. 

Hulk The Comedian | Oct 29-30

Hulk the comedian, comedy star on the rise, resides out of Pomaria, SC. His energetic street style of comedy, skits, and social media rants have caught the attention of millions across the country.

After being honorable discharged from the United States Army, he decided to pursue his dream of traveling around the country making people laugh at his witness.

Growing up he would always be the one to make people laugh and of course he was a self proclaimed class clown. His career path doesn’t surprise his family or peers and they suggest that he will be great at what he do.

Not long after attending open mic, he caught the attention of a comedic legend, Capone, known as the “Gangsta of Comedy,” Hulk joined Team Capone and began touring with him early 2020. Performing for the first time in front of a large crowd on New Years Eve at Levity Live West Nyack, New York.

Since then he has performed at many different comedy clubs and venues including the Symphony Space – New York, House of Laffs – Delaware, Chuckles – Memphis, Riddles – Chicago, and FunnyBones in VA Beach as well as Hartford.

Kleon Da Comedian | Nov 18

Keith Kleon Norman, professionally known as Kleon da Comedian, has seen a meteoric rise on social media with his playboy-ish charm and hilarious skits recalling stories of his past deeds to his “on phone” friend ‘Tony’. Not to mention the female catered “how to” videos. After thirteen years in comedy, Kleon’s time has come. 

Through clever stories and his “off the cuff” humor, Kleon has managed to build a cult-like following of fans that anticipate viewing his videos on social media and his appearances in comedy clubs and theaters in their city.

Kleon has shared the stage with some of the most renowned  comedians in the country such as Bill Bellamy at the Met Theater in Philadelphia, King of Comedy legend DL Hughley at the Fox Theater in Atlanta and the ‘Queen of Comedy’ herself, Sommore, at the Texas Arena in Dallas to name a few. Furthermore, he has graced the stage with veterans like Joe Clair, Talent, Sid Davis, Rodney Perry, Damon Williams and others. 

With nearly three hundred thousand followers on Facebook and another three hundred thousand on Instagram, steadily increasing by the day, Kleon’s national fan base is growing immensely.  After selling out comedy clubs in Cleveland, Chicago and Baltimore, not to mention packed venues with Covid restrictions, it is fair to say that Kleon da Comedian has arrived. 

Additionally, in 2010, Kleon won the ‘Warner Brothers Short Film Contest’ for his film, “Standing in the Mountains.” That opportunity provided the momentum for the self-taught film editor, videographer, director and producer to embrace his multi-talented abilities. In 2012, he independently produced the film “Bluffin”, which garnered much small scale success with over 20,000 copies sold by old-fashioned guerrilla marketing, word of mouth.

Cocoa Brown | Nov 19-21

Whenever actress, comedienne, and Screen Actors Guild award nominee Cocoa Brown takes the
stage, the world stands still!


Brown is undeniably one of the most talented comics and performers of this generation. The Newport
News, Virginia native, born Farah Brown, assails her craft with such passion and soul-searching
veracity, when she claims a stage the ensuing act is nothing short of a force of nature. Cocoa Brown
audaciously draws from painful reminiscences and hard-knocked lessons, bravely weaving humorous
tales that uplift, upend, and upgrade everything you thought you knew about comedy. What is it that
drives the comic who female fans nationwide have nicknamed the “The Truth?” It’s the sheer will of a
woman who survived the worst life had to offer and is still standing.


Most notably known for her lead role in the film Tyler Perry’s The Single Mom’s Club and For Better or
Worse on OWN network, the hilarious comedian/actress Cocoa (pronounced Co-kah) Brown treats
audiences to thought-provoking humor in which she declares “I don’t tell jokes I tell the truth!” Her
Grown and Evolved Woman delivery both on stage and on the screen have landed her in supporting
roles such as FX’s American Crime Story, NBC’s Marlon, and most recently FOX’s critically acclaimed
9-1-1 and the Mindy Kaling’s life inspired Netflix series, “Never Have I Ever”. Cocoa will also be
appearing on the new 50 cent/Starz cable network series, “BMF: Black Mafia Family” in Summer 2021.
Cocoa has generated and continues to grow a large and loyal following all over the world and has
proven to her fans old and new that not only is she a funny comedian, but she is also a versatile and
talented actress.


Cocoa has had guest star roles on several other notable TV projects including 2 Broke Girls, Psych,
The Soul Man, The Neighborhood and Breaking Bad as well as supporting roles in major motion
pictures such as films as Ted 2 (in which she was hand-picked for the role of “Joy” by Seth
MacFarlane), Lakeview Terrace with Samuel L. Jackson, Lethal Procedures directed by Jahmar Hill
and His, Hers, and the Truth which is one of the official selections of the 2019 American Black Film
Festival and Fruits of the Harvest, both directed by director Coke Daniels.


Being appropriately dubbed as a “comedy machine gun” by America’s Got Talent judge Sharon
Osbourne, she has received numerous awards including the DC Comedian of the Year after only a
short time of stand-up and was handpicked by the family of Moms Mabley to receive the 2018 Moms
Mabley Legacy Award. She is a fan favorite and has been all over the world touring regularly and has
also been featured on the Showtime Network Shaquille O’Neal Comedy All-Stars as well as a featured
performer at the 2018 Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival.


Cocoa is also a staunch believer in “Paying it Forward” and has shown that belief by partnering with
the Social Butterflies Foundation that supports women with Lupus and Fibromyalgia by donating 10%
of all sales from The Cocoa Brown Collection, her CBD infused health and beauty product line and
Cocoas Craveables, a CBD infused baked goods and candies, to the foundation. She also founded
and teaches acting, stand up comedy and the business of show business to adults and children with
her “From Stage 2 Screen” and “Little Oscars” Acting workshops. Not only do audiences get a great
show but they feel as though they have gained a lifelong friend. Cocoa says, “If my audience feels like
they know me, then that means I’ve connected with them and I’ve truly shared my gift.” Cocoa has a
style that relates to both women and men and an energy and warmness on and off the stage and
screeen that has earned her the respect and love of crowds and colleagues alike. There is no doubt
that you will see Cocoa Brown continue to take her life and her career by the reigns and maneuver it
on her own terms and what will manifest from that will blow your minds!

Rodney Perry | Nov 26-28

The term “gotta laugh to keep from crying” could easily be any comedian’s mantra but for one Louisiana transplant, Comedian Rodney Perry, the tracks of his tears have been a passionate journey to the top of his game which has led him to laugh out loud at all his naysayers. Born in Chicago, Perry would find the infancies of his comedy career. He was a rambunctious seven year old. His teacher noticed Rodney’s funny nature and made a deal with him. If he would “shut up throughout the course of the day” he would be given an 0pportunity to perform for his classmates at the end of the day. Rodney took his teacher up on that deal. This was the beginning.

Although the city of Chicago has shaped the man that is Rodney Perry. Rodney found his early comedy stride while living in Monroe Louisiana. In the halls of Carroll High School he often found himself acting as the host of talent shows and even emceeing basketball games. Rodney Perry arrived in Louisiana as a boy but he would leave a man. As he graduated from high school Rodney was also given the news that his first daughter was on the way. Perry then made a decision that would affect him for years to come, he joined the U. S. Navy. He says “How could I ask my mom to take care of me and my child? I had to grow up, I had to become a man in a hurry”.

That was the beginning of eight years of service. During which time Rodney was honing his skills as a comedian. As his second tour began to wind down, Perry felt it was time to take what he calls a “Leap of Faith”. He exited the Navy with his then small family and moved to Hollywood. Well, actually Inglewood. Immediately, the harsh realisms of life outside of the military were staring Rodney in the face. He did tons of odd jobs to make the ends meet. He looked up and it was two years later and he still wasn’t living the dream that he had in mind when he relocated to Los Angeles. All that changed during a temporary assignment at the Veterans Administration. During his week at the VA Rodney befriended an amputee. One day he asked Perry; “What are you doing here?” and “Why aren’t you doing what you were set on this earth to do?” That was the wake-up call he needed. Rodney began doing any and everything in the world of comedy. He was an audience warm-up, a radio personality, a writer, and mostly a full-fledged Professional Stand-Up Comedian.

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Rodney Perry has had the opportunity to learn the business of Comedy from some of the best. His first job in Hollywood was serving as writer/warm-up guy for Kym Whitley’s show “Oh Drama” on BET. Doors continued to open for Rodney as he got opportunities to serve as the opening act for the likes of George Lopez, Cedric the Entertainer and Steve Harvey. It was Oscar Winner Mo’Nique that would introduce Rodney to the world on her late night talk show.

Perry calls Atlanta home when he’s not traveling the country to sold-out audiences or hosting his highly popular online radio show, Rodney Perry Live. His career has opened up many doors for him, from his work as co-host of “Who’s Got Jokes” or BET’s “Mo’Nique Show”, to his starring role as Harold in “Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Big Happy Family”. Even though Perry is a sought out Actor/Host, he still remains a comedian at heart. He is currently preparing for his ‘made for TV’ comedy special entitled “No More Mr. Nice Guy” and can also be seen every Tuesday night as the current Host of Bounce TV’s “Off the Chain”!

Stay Connected with Rodney Perry
@RodneyPerry – Twitter
https://www.facebook.com/rpLiveEntertainment – Facebook
@rodneyperrylive – Instagram

Guy Torry | Dec 17-19

In the tradition of comedians who have made the transition from the stage to the screen, such as Richard Pryor and Bill Cosby, multi-talented Guy Torry has made the leap with great success.

Fresh out of college, Guy landed a job as a production assistant on the Fox comedy Martin. His quick wit captured the attention of the show’s writers, producers and the show’s star Martin Lawrence. Guy became a contributing writer to the series and on the sitcom Moesha.

With notebooks full of original comedy material, Guy set out to perform on BET’s “Comic View,” Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend,” “Showtime at the Apollo” and “Russell Simmons: Def Comedy Jam.”

Torry stepped out as an actor to receive critical acclaim for his work starring in the NBC mini-series The 70’s. Guy has made guest star appearances on television series including Blind Justice, The Shield, One On One, X Files and NYPD Blue.

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Guy Torry in American History X

Guy has appeared in such feature films as The Last Stand, starring Anthony Anderson and Kevin Hart and written and directed by Russ Parr. His other film credits include Life starring Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence and most notably American History X.

J.J. Williamson | Jan 7-8

Hard work and enthusiasm has promoted Jeremiah (J.J.) Williamson into a very successful start in the entertainment industry. J.J. is rapidly becoming nationally known and requested for both his comedy and acting abilities.

J.J. has performed via the television circuit on “The Monique Show”, “Russell Simmons HBO Def Comedy Jam”, “Comedy Central”, “Showtime at the Apollo” and “BET Comicview”. In 2000, J.J. earned his status among the comedy elite by winning the Bay Area Comedy Competition in Oakland, California.

J.J. has proven to show his versatility and stage presence which enabled him the opportunity to debut on the “Big Screen” as Cousin Bowdie in the 2004 Blockbuster Film “Johnson Family Vacation”. Jeremiah co-starred in the film with such actors as Cedric “The Entertainer”, Vanessa Williams, Steve Harvey, Bow-Wow and the list goes on. He also starred in the comedy series “Cedric The Entertainer Presents: The Platinum Comedy Series – Starting Line-Up”, produced by Urban Works Entertainment. His ability to move the crowd with consistent delivery has given him an abundance of positive exposure and support in the field of entertainment.

J. J. launched his career in a spectacular manner and continues to escalate to the next level. His sayings “Az-U-Should” and “I Pre-C-8 Dees Few Giggles Ya’ll Givin A Brotha” have become well known and well received by audiences both young and old!