The World Famous Mad House Comedy Club Showcase Special. 8 Awesome comics, in a row, all on one show all for you! Including Dallas McLaughlin-- Winner of San Diego's Funniest Person Contest and as seen on Yo Gabba Gabba!

Super funny, free parking, craft beer, full bar, award winning kitchen!

The World Famous Mad House Comedy Club Showcase Special. 8 Awesome comics, in a row, all on one show all for you! Including Dallas McLaughlin-- Winner of San Diego's Funniest Person Contest and as seen on Yo Gabba Gabba!

Nick Petrillo - Laughs on Fox!, Al Lubel, Tre Stewart, Harry Moroz, David Rosenberg, Zoltan Kaszas - Winner Seattle International Comedy Competition

Sat · June 24, 2017

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

$15 - $30

This event is 18 and over

The World Famous Mad House Comedy Club Showcase Special
The World Famous Mad House Comedy Club Showcase Special
Up to 8 super talented comedians go onstage, back, to back, to back. You get everyone's best 10 or 15 min and if you happen to not like one comedian... you don't have to stare at them for an hour! It's like the All Star Game of Comedy and more fun than one person should be allowed to have 🙂
Brian Simpson ~ Rooftop Comedy
Brian Simpson ~ Rooftop Comedy
A Mad House Comedy Club favorite, as seen on Rooftop Comedy, The Kill Tony Podcast and more!
Nick Petrillo - Laughs on Fox!
Nick Petrillo - Laughs on Fox!
I was born and raised in Los Angeles- kind of a trouble maker. I held the title of "most detentions for rapping Eazy-E lyrics" in 4th grade at a Christian Science school. Go me! I then found out quickly I was good at talking, been selling stuff since the age of 15. Humor was a great way to get people to relax and open their wallets. Plus, I've always loved comedy. Seriously, who doesn't love to laugh and feel good? Even the most uptight Mormon appreciates a good dick joke. So I decide to "try" comedy. For me, trying comedy was like Kurt Cobain discovering the best heroin in the world. Now I'm addicted and I refuse to seek help.
Since then, I've focused on nothing but performing (or "getting my fix" as we say in the junkie biz). Anywhere from bars to coffee shops, comedy clubs to even a laundromat; it doesn't matter where it is, I'll perform there. I've performed at The Comedy Store, The Improv, The Ice House in Los Angeles and in comedy clubs across the country. I've been featured on Indie 103.1 FM, Drinking Buddies show on Cal State Long Beach's Kbeach radio, and the Cat Show podcast. I even wound up on a reality show called H8ters on the CW, where I got to talk trash to Snooki, like punching her in the face with words. Fun was had by all.
It's been a fun trip so far. Where's it going? I have no idea, but get in the car, you're coming with me!
- See more at: http://www.laughfactory.com/NickPetrillo#sthash.kOdeOm7Z.dpuf
Al Lubel
Al Lubel
Al Lubel became a lawyer to satisfy his mother and quit to become a comedian to satisfy his sadistic need to torture her. After graduating law school in Florida, Al moved to California, passed the bar exam on his first try and immediately began the practice of standup comedy.

Al practiced law during the day and comedy at night. Getting stage time is hard for a beginning comic, so Al would sometimes suddenly stand up in the middle of Denny's, and unannounced, do five minutes. And Al always did well because he had everyone's rapt attention because people were scared he might hurt them!

Al gradually improved at comedy, getting work on the road and leaving the law behind. Within a year he won the $100,000 Comedy Grand Prize on Star Search. Doing the Tonight Show was a big childhood fantasy, so Al auditioned and became one of the last comics to appear with Johnny Carson. Al went on to do six more Tonight Show appearances with Jay Leno and made five appearances on the Late Show with David Letterman.

Al has also played an attorney on the Blake Clark HBO Comedy Hour and has been featured in the Showtime and PBS special, A Standup Life. He has appeared on all seven episodes of the ESPN series, Bill Walton's Long Strange Trip.

Al's solo show, Al Alone, won the Amused Moose Award Judges Prize as the best one person show in the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He also was nominated for best performer for a solo show by the Barry Awards at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

But Al does admit to missing the practice of law. As he says, "I'd like to have just one more trial, something serious like a murder trial, because right before I give my closing argument and my client's entire fate hinges on each and every word I say, I want to see his face when I turn to him and whisper, I'm a comedian!"
Tre Stewart
Tre Stewart
Tre Stewart found Comedy pretty early in life. While other kids were watching cartoons he was watching Saturday Night Live, writing jokes and doing impressions preparing himself for his inevitable career in Stand Up Comedy. Tre' first picked up the mic 9 Years ago at the tender age of 16 and never looked back. Stewart possesses a relaxed, laid-back comedic delivery where the punch lines come in more of an intimate and conversational style of someone sharing a funny story over the water cooler at work or on the basketball court. The Detroit Native left the motor city in 2012 to pursue his dreams of performing comedy in Los Angeles. Just 6 months after moving to LA he was taken in by the World Famous Comedy Store and has been honing his craft there and various other clubs in and around the LA area ever since. Stewart made his television debut in April performing stand up on the show Laughs on Fox.
Harry Moroz
Harry Moroz
Harry’s a regular on club shows, alt shows, bar shows, TV shows, pretty much any kind of show except a no-show, which he’s never been to. As a comedian, he’s performed in Gilda’s LaughFest, Laughing Skull Festival, Laugh Your Asheville Off, and Riot LA.
Harry runs Crane’s Comedy Night in Los Angeles with fellow top-notch persons Trevor Smith, Corbin Recke, and Trish Hadley.

His work has appeared on Adult Swim, and he has been featured as the villainous Pie Guy in the web series “An Afternoon”, as well as Phillip on season 3 of Disney’s “A.N.T. Farm”. Phillip was, of course, a 14 year-old unicyclist.
David Rosenberg
David Rosenberg
A Mad House favorite!
Zoltan Kaszas - Winner Seattle International Comedy Competition
Zoltan Kaszas - Winner Seattle International Comedy Competition
Comedian Zoltan Kaszas was born just Zoltan Kaszas in Budapest Hungary.

Nineteen years later in San Diego, California he added “Comedian” to his name by stepping on stage and cracking wise.

Over the last few years his wise cracks have won him, The Seattle International Comedy Competition, The San Diego Comedy Festival, San Diego’s Funniest Person Contest and The Rockstar Energy Drink Comedy Throwdown.

He tells jokes in non-contest formats as well, so come and see Comedian Zoltan Kaszas live!
Venue Information:
Mad House Comedy Club
502 Horton Plaza
San Diego, CA, 92101
http://madhousecomedyclub.com/