Charleston, South Carolina's premiere comedians, Jason Groce, Dusty Slay and Derek Humphrey are bringing their unique brands of comedy together for one show!
Jason Groce's intelligent style is without peer on the comedy scene. Using dry wit and a keen sense of observation, Jason's unique perspective on the world is rare to say the least. Jason has opened up for Michael Ian Black, Todd Barry, Neil Hamburger, Neal Brennan and Tig Notaro. Jason is also the second place winner in the 2011 Charleston Comedy Festival Stand-Up Competition and was recently named “Best Local Comic” by the readers of The Charleston City Paper.
Derek Humphrey has made a name for himself in the South Carolina comedy scene with a deadpan delivery and keen, off-the-cuff style that gives sarcastic whit to unnatural charm. Derek has shared the stage with J. Reid, Andy Haynes, Gilson Lubin, Nate Bargatze, TJ Miller and performed at the Upright Citizens Brigade theater's Del Close Improv Marathon. Derek is a performing company member at Theatre 99 and was also a finalist and runner-up in the 2011 Charleston Comedy Festival Stand-Up Competition.
Dusty Slay's voice makes angels weep tears of joy. Dusty has garnered a huge following within the Southeastern comedy scene from Montgomery, Alabama to Atlanta and all the way North to New York City. He most recently won First Place in the 2012 Charleston Comedy Festival Stand Up Competition and performed in the Winners Showcase during the festival. Dusty is routinely hosting and performing at venues all over the Southeast including the 2010 Charleston Kulture Klash, The Lowcountry Highrollers annual Valentine's festival. He recently opened up for Michael Ian Black at Theatre 99. Dusty has also performed in the Upright Citizen Brigade's Del Close Improv Marathon, the infamous Gotham Comedy Club in NYC as well as the Federal Theater in Los Angeles.
Hosting duties will be handled by Betsy Harper who is a Theatre 99 company member and star of the Improv group “3 Men and a Little Lady.” Music accompaniment provided by Charleston City Paper Music Editor T. Ballard Lesemann. All in all, this will be show not to be missed!