Whatever happened to predictability. The milkman, the paperboy, evening tv? How did I get to living here? Come to 'Family Dinner' a live comedy show at Brink Brewing Co to find out.
Bombs Away! Comedy is proud to partner with Brink Brewing Co to gather comedians and friends around the table for laughs and food at "Family Dinner" Each month we will be featuring 6 local and regional comedians along with the best beer in Cincinnati. This show is free, so bring your friends and family to dinner, and start the week of right with a hearty dose of laughter and love. Also, bring the dinner, because this show is a potluck. Bring your favorite family recipe for all to share. Plates, Silverware, and napkins are provided.
Potluck starts at 5, the show starts at 6, seating is limited.
This Month we have a powerhouse lineup! All the comedians are headliners in their own right. This is not one to miss!
Monica Nevi is a native of Washington State, having grown up about 20 minutes south of Seattle. A collegiate basketball player, after injuries ended her career she decided to move forward with the other thing people love that women do pursue her strong interest in stand-up comedy. Years later, Monica has had the privilege of performing in the Bridgetown Comedy Festival and the Seattle International Comedy Competition as well as an hour solo show at the Bumbershoot Music and Arts Festival. She has been seen on ESPN's Sports Center, FOX’s nationally syndicated Laughs TV Show and Seattle TV shows New Day Northwest and [the 206]. Monica is also the co-host of the popular HugLife Podcast and the producer and star of the web series ‘Mellowing Out with Monica.’
Mitch Burrow placed second in the 2015 Seattle International Comedy Competition and was the winner of the 2015 Trial By Laughter Competition.
Mitch is a Marine Corps Veteran that served in Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. He then started a career in manufacturing before realizing that it sucked. Now, Mitch has found his true calling in acting silly on a stage in front of strangers on a nightly basis.
Todd Masterson is a comedian, writer, and producer living in West Hollywood, CA. He has written for such timeless icons as Joan Rivers, James Franco and RuPaul. Currently he can be found at KPCC (NPR) relishing the public radio lifestyle. (What does that mean?) When he’s not onstage being an adorable giant, telling jokes about gay stuff and verbally hugging every audience he meets, he can be seen taking too many pictures of his amazing pug for Instagram.
Chris Siemer has affectionately been described as the Midwest’s most endearing moral degenerate, but if you ask him, he's just misunderstood. With stories and musings from his own misfortune and woe, Chris tells it like he sees it with vivid imagery and little, to no, apologies. With appearances at Cincy Brew Ha Ha, Arch City Comedy Festival, Whiskey Bear Comedy Festival, and being selected to be a feature performer at the Crossroads Comedy Festival, Chris has been making an impression in the Midwest Standup Scene.
Hosted by Wayne Memmott