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Stand-Up Comedy

Headliners Patrick Keane & Todd Sawyer make light of everyday absurdities. Both appear frequently on Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

Enjoy a cold beer and the humors of Park City night life!

at Egyptian Theatre

May 3, 2013 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm Add to Cal
Ages: 18+ Ages     Price: $19 - $29
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Todd Sawyer began his stand-up comedy career in Seattle in 1989. He has performed all over the world including all fifty states and eight countries. He has appeared widely on television, college campuses, and USO tours entertaining the troops. 

Todd has written comedy on a wide range of projects. For three years he toured with and was the head writer for the Blue Collar Comedy tour’s Ron White‘s “A Little Unprofessional” tour; he has written jokes for Pulitzer Prize winner, Henry Kissinger; and he is currently writing for The Huffington Post while working on his newest project, “My Picker Is Broken” - a collection of short stories about bad relationships choices. 

Sawyer won the prestigious Seattle Stand-up Comedy Competition and has made multiple appearances on CBS’s “Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.”  He performed on Paramount Television’s “The World Stands Up”, which aired in Australia, the UK and on BBC America, and he appeared on Entertainment Studios newest show, “”   and  “Man Up/Stand Up” . 

Patrick Keane - Since moving to Los Angeles in 2000, Patrick has appeared on Comedy Central’s ‘Live At Gotham’, the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, the Bob and Tom show, Comics Unleashed, the Montreal Comedy Festival and is a regular at the Improv and Comedy Store in Hollywood. He was also a cast member on My TV Network’s “Tony Rock Project”. (the white guy).

When not headlining himself, Patrick is the opening act for comedians such as: Nick Swardson, Joel McHale, Kevin Nealon, Kevin Pollok, Bobby Lee, Henry Phillips, Eddie Gossling and Bil Dwyer. While at home in Los Angeles he studies at the UCB theatre and Lesley Kahn institute. Asked what the key is to comedy, this writer/actor/comedian says, “I try not to be funny and it usually works.”

His dry self-deprecating style shows influences of Bill Murray and Gene Wilder, and his favorite stand-up comedians are Chris Rock, Lewis Black, Gary Shandling, Jerry Seinfeld and many other female comics not from New York.