Rod Reyes first stepped onto a comedy stage twenty-three years ago at the Boston Comedy Club. Since then, he has developed a sophisticated act characterized by a wealth of eclectic subject matter, sharp political and topical observations, accurate foreign accents, and a flair for non-verbal comedy. Rod went from open mic to closing act in five years, and to bring his career full circle, produced some of the most successful shows at the very same Boston Comedy Club. While Rod has moved quickly in his development as a comic, his work ethic remains strong. Diligent and disciplined, he is constantly pushing himself to learn new things and apply new techniques. It’s easy to believe the best of Rod is yet to come. Oh, and by the way, Rod is currently 63. He is proud of his age and his experience. But, if you come expecting an old man with yesterday’s perspectives, he warns that you will be seriously disappointed. “I’m not your grandfather’s version of 63” he says. His many college fans would agree, but you are invited to see for yourself!
Jeff Nelson has quickly earned a reputation as one of the most promising comics to emerge from Kansas City. One of the five winners of the 2017 Kansas City Comedy Festival, Jeff has also opened up for renowned national talents such as The Sklar Brothers, Owen Benjamin and Josh Wolf. LA comic blog writer Nichole Force writes: “It’s his unique take on reality that sets Jeff apart. He’s looking at the same world as the rest of us, but through far different, far edgier, and far funnier lenses.