The Egyptian Theatre Presents

Stand-Up UTAH!

Finding the lAUgHTer in UTAH! Six area comedians share the stage showcasing their homegrown humor

Up-and-Comers and Utah superstars!!

at Egyptian Theatre

March 16, 2013 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Time: 8:00pm     Day: Saturday     Doors: 7:30pm     Ages: All Ages     Price: $15 - $25
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TICKETS: $15 Advance/$18 Door
Front-of-House $19 Advance/$22 Door; Cabaret Seats $25 Advance/$30 Door  

Comedian Bios:

Keith Barany-The NY Post called him “The wittiest comedian working today”. Comedy insiders call him “a fresh, original, comic voice”. You know his TV writing from these shows: Seinfeld, Politically Incorrect, The Jimmy Kimmel show, and The 2004 Emmys.  He’s gone 5 times overseas to entertain US troops. Keith Barany…Too truthful to keep a day job. 

Christian Pieper-Christian Pieper (Pronounce “piper”) is a rising star on the Salt Lake City comedy scene. Even though he lives in the shadow of innocent, conservative Brigham Young University, his comedy is exceedingly dark and courageously so.
He has a great eye for the psychological games we play on ourselves. And in his act, he refuses to apologize for them! So, if you want to hear your most secret impulses validated by a stranger, and still walk away feeling a sense of community…come see Christian Pieper. He’s a comedian that other comedians are already talking about.

MC-Steve Soelberg- Steve started performing stand-up comedy in 2007 as a New Year’s resolution. Shy and quiet at parties, Steve does comedy 'cause he needs attention. Known for his likeness to actor Kevin Bacon, Steve tries to distract you from his face by talking about his painfully nice parents, being attacked by a homeless man's sandwich, and the effects of a radioactive cat bite. 
His comedy is intelligent, subtly sarcastic, and asinine with each show gaining fans and emails from good people, and fist bumps from people who do that kind of thing.

Guy Seidel-Guy Seidel was already a working musician by the age of 17. His travels as a guitarist, businessman, and DJ lead him to what he always wanted to do...Comedy. At the dare of a friend, he tried an open-mic and hasn’t looked back. Since then he has toured the country, was a finalist in the Rocky Mountain Laugh Off comedy competition and has worked with some of the biggest names in comedy. His take on life, music, and life as a terminal bachelor is not to be missed.

Jackson Banks-The youngest of 8 siblings, he quickly rose through the ranks to become alpha-dog of the clan. When he's not doing stand-up or shooting films, Jackson spends his time learning the black arts in hopes that it can help him achieve immortality-should artistic immortality elude him.

Jackson performs at many comedy rooms in the region. Meanwhile you can find his short films on his youtube channel ‘SnarfBanks’. Jackson hopes that someday soon, visiting ‘ SnarfBanks’ and attending his live comedy shows, will become the world's dominant religion.

Key Lewis-is a high energy, improvisational, storytelling, multiple-personality nutcase! He was a Finalist in the 2010 Bay Area Black Comedy Competition, Semi-finalist in the 2009 San Francisco International Comedy Competition, and Winner of the 2008 Boston Comedy Festival. 

Cody Eden-Over the past 4 years, Cody has performed across the United States, working with performers such as Dave Foley-from “The Kids in the Hall”; legendary, Doug Stanhope-host of “The Man Show”; online sensation, Tig Notaro-one of Louis CK’s favorite comedians, Garfunkel and Oates, and Harland Williams. He has been a finalist in Salt Lake City Weekly's Comedian of the Year several years running, and recently won the Last Comic Sandy stand-up comedy competition.