Comedy Night with Kerri Louise, Dan Crohn, and Dan Miller
Thursday, July 20, 2023 – Doors 6:30 PM // Show 7:30 PM
Comic Kerri Louise has just appeared on a new Showtime Comedy Special Called “Funny Women of a Certain Age”, steaming now. She’s been on Oprah, Dr. Oz, and The Howard Stern Show. Kerri Louise was a finalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing and starred in her own reality TV show Called “Two Funny”, on The WE Network. Kerri has been featured on Comedy Central, VH1 and TrueTV countless times. She’s been on The Montel Williams show, The Apprentice, and Americas Got Talent. You’ve seen her on Comics Unleashes and Gotham Live. As well as doing warm up for The View. She performs at the top comedy clubs and festivals nationwide.
She lives in New York with comedian husband, Tom Cotter and their three sons. Being in a household full of testosterone, Kerri needed an escape. Which is why her Webisode, “My Mommy Minute” has become very popular on Youtube for almost a decade. That audience has inspired, Kerri to write “Mean Mommy”, a funny how to mom book and a children’s book “Harry The Elephant Has An Allergy”, both on sale now on Amazon. This two-time author, hilarious comic, and mother of three (4 if you count her husband) can be found performing all over the country.
Dan Crohn was named one of the top 100 comics for Season 9 of Last Comic Standing. He has been performing stand-up comedy in and around Boston for years. His jokes can be heard on XM Radio and he has been a guest on the popular podcast WTF with Marc Maron. A semi-finalist in the Boston Comedy Festival and the Laughing Skull Festival, Dan’s stories of family and friends have entertained audiences from all over the country. His former day job of teaching 4th graders has provided him with an endless amount of material. Dan Crohn is a force to be reckoned with and is quickly becoming one of the funniest comics in Boston, and with good reason: he’s hilarious.
A native of the South End in Boston, Dan Miller was born a comedian but made it official in 1992 when he burst onto the local comedy scene. Since then, he has teamed with local and national headliners including Lenny Clarke, Paul Nardizzi, Dane Cook, and Dave Attell. Dan took a hiatus from stand-up in ’95-’96 to work on his acting and improv skills taking a starring role in the Boston-area dinner theater production of “Mario and Mary’s Italian Comedy Wedding.” He has since been honing his craft in comedy clubs throughout New England. Dan gives back by participating in as many charity benefit shows as he can. Dan trained at The Actor’s Workshop and at the Harrison Project with well-known acting coach Peter Kelly.
21+ Event – Valid ID required / No Refunds