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New Year's Eve Comedy with JIM SHORT
Saturday, December 31, 2011
515 Pacific Avenue
Bremerton, WA, USA 98337
The Admiral Theatre is a 1942 movie house that has been magnificently transformed into a one-of-a-kind performance venue for a wide variety of events.
Comedy! Comedy! Comedy! Laugh until it hurts, cry when it’s over—the best of the Seattle Comedy Underground always delivers a spectacular New Year’s extravaganza. Enjoy a champagne toast at midnight, then get down and DANCE on the Admiral’s stage to the tunes of happening after hours DJ!
Main Floor Reserved $40; Loge & Balcony Reserved $25
Jim ShortThe winner of the 2004 San Francisco Comedy Competition. Jim was the first comic on CBS's The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and has appeared on Late Night With Conan O'Brien, Premium Blend and the animated series Shorties Watchin' Shorties on Comedy Central, and NBC's Late Friday.
His act is a whirlwind of subjects from pop culture, media, technology, coffee shops, politics, and rock stars, all done with a funny accent.
Andy HaynesAndy Haynes was born in the shadows of Mt. Rainier in the wilds of the Pacific Northwest, raised on salmon and caffeine.
He now lives in New York City, where he works as comedian, writer. Part camp counselor, part debate team captain, he's bringing his immature take on serious issue to audiences around the English speaking world. With recent performances on the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon show, and at the New Faces showcase at the Montreal Just for Laughs Festival, Andy is becoming a must see performer.
Xung Lam loves to write and loves to laugh. He found that doing stand-up was a great way to combine those activities while pissing on his Physics/Astronomy and Graphic Design degrees.
A very shy child growing up, Xung was reluctant to start his stand up career in 2007. But then he remembered the wise words of his Dominatrix: "What's the Worst that Could Happen?" She hit him hard, with those words. It really left a mark. Now, four years later, Xung takes to the stage all over the northwest with comedy that is both silly and sincere. Powerful and sweet, much like Mistress Midnyte.
Born in Vietnam to Chinese parents, Xung grew up in Spokane, WA. He claims to have popularized the term "Spo-Vegas" , which he apologizes profusely for. His name is pronounced "Sung".