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BOSS COMEDY PRESENTS
Brenden Gay with Ateh Ekinde & Dylan Tymes
Saturday, January 27th, 2024
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM CST
Doors open at 6:00 for dinner and drinks!
ABOUT BRENDEN GAY: Born and raised in the Midwest, Brendan is a national touring comedian who smiles confidently when nervous. Whether it’s his keen perspective on minority culture or growing up as a millennial, he’ll make you laugh. Brendan was a finalist on TruTV’s Comedy Breakout initiative at The New York Television Festival, a Finalist in the Make Me Laugh USA Competition, and Semi finalist in NBC’s Stand Up Diversity Showcase and part of the San Francisco International Comedy Competition. In 2017, Brendan went on a “52 x 52” comedy tour, where he traveled to 52 cities in 52 weeks doing standup comedy at the most respected clubs and venues nationwide. He’s also the creator and producer of Send It Show Podcast. His Comedy Special The Riot, is out now on Youtube.
ABOUT ATEH EKINDE: Ateh Ekinde is a comedian based in Minneapolis who found his way onto a comedy stage in 2019. You can catch him crying in traffic on the way home from work when he isn’t on stage performing.
ABOUT DYLAN TYMES: Dylan Tymes is a standup comedian from the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. He started as a comic in Billings, MT, and now lives and performs in the Sioux Empire. He also is training to become a professional wrestler and hosts and podcasts. You can find him on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. He still calls it Twitter. His primary venues for shows and open mics are Black Flag Studios and Windy City Bites in Sioux Falls, SD.
Hosted by Barb Eltz: Barb started in comedy to fulfill her bucket list, winning the “Fresh Face Hoopla!” She’s appeared in local showcases, including the Nice Times Showcase, the Ladies of Laughter, and productions in The Cellar. Guest spots for touring comics like Maggie Faris and Ali Sultan have been highlights for her. Her favorite role was performing with the Valkyries of the Valley Burlesque on several occasions. She didn’t twirl anything for safety but provided flamboyant comedy relief.