KATT WILLIAMS | Oct 7 | Raleigh

Comedy legend and Emmy® Award-winning actor, Katt Williams, announces his “2023 and Me” Tour. The comedic powerhouse will be performing an all-new show following the success of his “World War III” tour.

The only show currently scheduled in our area is Friday, Oct 7, 2023, 8:00pm.

Tickets start at $59

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Cabaret | Oct 9 | Columbia

Leading Ladies Cabaret is a celebrity illusion show performed by top female impersonators. A new line-up of impersonations every show featuring guest performers from around the country.

Dorae Saunders on America's Got Talent

The show stars “America’s Got Talent” contestant, Dorae Saunders. Come see this Las Vegas style female impersonator show. Big hair, gowns, heels, jewelry and make-up! Dancing and birthday celebrations! You will laugh and be amazed! Everyone is welcome.

Brooke Collins, Show Girl of the South
Showgirl of the South
Brooke Collins

Be sure to honor the tradition of tipping your entertainer. We have tip money for exchange at the door.

Samantha Hunter
Ebony Goddess
Samantha Hunter

T-Ray Sanders | Oct 14-15 | Columbia

T-Ray Sanders

The Comedy House
2768 Decker Blvd. Columbia SC 29206
Box Office (803) 798-9898

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Comic T-Ray Sanders performs a unique pep rally style of comedy here at the Comedy House. It is a hit with audiences at comedy clubs across the country, generating plenty of laughs, but also sending out a message of motivation.

His television appearances include BET Comic View, Late Nite Laugh Off and Eddie Murphy’s, “Murphy’s Law 07”

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When you here the name Thomas Ray Sanders, you probably assume he is just another average guy, but when you hear him called by his popular stage name “Comedian T-Ray” you know he is anything but average! T-Ray Sanders, grew up with his grandmother in High Point, N.C.. She knew he was anything, but average. Childhood memories include singing in the church choir & giving the graduation speech for his 5th grade class.

He was chose for both due to his extremely loud voice, which caused him to stand out in any crowd. This over whelming presence is what led him into his current career of acting and comedy.

T-Ray performed his first comedy act his senior year of high school. This was the beginning of his love for the stage, known again, for his LOUD voice. Has performed in several stage plays during his lifetime. He is a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, INC. and a Greek Step Show Performer.

T-Ray has been on a road to Hollywood that has allowed him to do stand-up comedy with Chris Tucker, Eddie Griffin, Cheryl Underwood, A.J. Johnson, J.B. Smoove, Katt Williams, Arnez J, Gary Owens, Tyler Craig, Zooman Miller and many more.

Comedian T-Ray is excited about the future opportunities in store and accepts his calling to “entertain the masses LOUDLY!

Mike Epps | Oct 15 | Canceled

MIKE EPPS

DUE TO UNFORSEEN CIRCUMSTANCES, THE MIKE EPPS SHOW AT TOWNSHIP AUDITORUM ON OCTOBER 15TH HAS BEEN CANCELED. ALL TICKETS WILL BE REFUNDED AT POINT OF PURCHASE.

Township Auditorium

October 15, 2022 | Doors 7:00 pm | Show 8:00 pm

Tickets start at $51.50

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Bruh-Man | Oct 21-23 | Columbia

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Reginald Ballard is an American character actor and comedian from Galveston, Texas, who is probably best known as “Bruh-man from the fifth flo'” (he would often hold up four fingers when saying this) in the Fox sitcom Martin. After graduation from Ball High School, where he was an all district linebacker, Ballard earned a full football scholarship to Southern Methodist University, where he was also a theatre major. Just before his senior year, Ballard transferred to the University of Missouri, where he continued to play football, while continuing to act, appearing in a university production of A Soldier’s Story in the role of C.J. Memphis.


The Comedy House | Oct 21-23
2768 Decker Blvd. Columbia SC 29206
Box Office (803) 798-9898

TICKETS: $29.85 including fees

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Spurning overtures from pro-football, Ballard headed to Hollywood to pursue his acting career. His film debut was in 1989’s Lock Up. He has appeared in many different television shows, such as Veronica Mars (the episode “Return of the Kane”), The Bernie Mac Show, The Parkers, Sister, Sister, Just Jordan, and the short-lived show, Crumbs. He co-starred in the independent film Big Ain’t Bad as Butch.

Currently, Ballard is performing stand up comedy and making movies in Hollywood.

Rodney Perry | Oct 28-29 | Columbia

Rodney Perry @ Comedy House

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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”!

Matt Rife | Nov-2 | Atlanta

By popular demand since 1st show SOLD OUT, Atlanta Comedy Theatre has added another show same day at 10pm.  Get your tickets now before they are gone too.  

Atlanta Comedy Theatre

MATT RIFE 2nd Show

Wed. Nov 2, 2022 at 10:00pm EDT

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Matt Rife is one of the hottest up-and-coming standups in comedy. His comedy is refreshingly genuine and quick witted. Performing since the age of 15 in Columbus, Ohio;  started his career opening for comedians such as Dane Cook, Ralphie May, and DeRay Davis. Matt had his television debut when he became the youngest cast member ever on MTV’s “Wild N Out”. He performed on the show for 4 seasons before moving on to hosting MTV’s reboot of “TRL”. Matt also appeared on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”, “Fresh Off The Boat”, MTV’s “The Challenge”, BET’s “North Of The 10”. Rife recently finished competing in NBC’s new comedy competition show “Bring The Funny” and released his very first Hour Comedy Special titled “Only Fans” on YouTube! Matt is now based in Los Angeles and headlining his own tour across the country. Don’t miss his charmingly naïve performance! 

DC Curry | Nov 4-6

DC is known by fans across the country for his numerous national television appearances, his yearly theatre tours and for headlining the nation’s hottest comedy clubs, Don “DC” Curry is probably most widely recognized for his comedic acting role as the zany “Uncle Elroy” on the urban classics, “Next Friday” and “Friday After Next.”

The Comedy House
2768 Decker Blvd. Columbia SC 29206
Box Office (803) 798-9898


The Comedy Zone
221 N Main St, Greenville, SC 29601
Box Office (864) 603-1583

The Karens | Nov 4 – Newberry | Nov 18 – Sumter

An Evening of Comedy with the Karens

At a time when we occasionally cross paths with insolent “Karens,” it’s nice to know that some real good Karens exist. National headlining comedians Karen Mills and Karen Morgan join together to bring you an evening of comedy filled with lots of laughter and zero toxic behavior. They both bring a different hilarious point of view to this clever and clean comedy show.

DC Young Fly | Nov 26-27 | Columbia

Tickets at the Comedy House: $40.35 – $51.35 including fees

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Born and raised in Atlanta, DC Young Fly had the distinction of being named one of Variety’s coveted 10 Comics to Watch for 2019. His expansive work in the comedy, acting, and digital spheres have made him a standout as an entertainment multi-hyphenate. As a comedian, actor, influencer, musician, and podcast host, DC has proven that innate comedic ability, abundant creativity, and a passion for generating laughter can be translated across multiple mediums.

DC’s career originated by creating hilarious videos and roasts on Vine which he’s translated into the successful brand that he is today. Currently he is the most sought after veteran cast member on Nick Cannon’s Wild’N Out and has also been an anchor in the growth of the popular podcast, 85 South, which has a global fan base of over 2.1 million subscribers on YouTube, garnering 550 million+ views and 100,000+ live tickets sold.

He guest starred on season one of 50 Cent’s BMF and can also recently be seen playing the historic musician/songwriter ‘Sly Stone’ displaying his musical talent on season two of BET’s American Soul. In the feature film space, he played the lead in Universal’s comedy feature for MTV, How High 2 and can next be seen in the remake of New Line Cinema and SpringHill’s feature film, House Party, premiering this summer. Other past acting credits include Will Packer’s feature film Almost Christmas, FOX’s comedy series REL, and Kenya Barris’ Grownish on Freeform. On the unscripted side, he was the host of MTV’s reboot of TRL and has been a regular on VH1’s new version of Hip Hop Squares. He’s also hosted back to back years in 2020 & 2021 for BET’s annual Hip Hop Awards alongside his podcast co-hosts Karlous Miller and Chico Bean.

“Move strategically and look like what you wanna attract.”

DC YOUNG FLY