Date(s) - 04/17/2015
Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Human | (hyo͞o′mən) | adjective
1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of humans
2. Having or showing those positive aspects of nature and character regarded as distinguishing humans from other animals
3. Subject to or indicative of the weaknesses, imperfections, and fragility associated with humans
Humans can be complex, curious and downright confusing. Four great acts will make light of curious things about humans in a Museum that features one of the most up-to-date human evolution galleries in the world. Who says we can’t laugh at ourselves? After all, we’re only human.
*Advance ticket rates end at 11:59pm Thursday, April 16.
*Online ticket sales close at 5:00pm Friday, April 17.
Members: $25 advance; $30 day of
Non-members: $30 advance; $35 day of
Doors open at 7 pm. Show starts at 8 pm. Light snacks and a cash beer/wine bar will be available. 21+ only. Limited special event parking will be available in the Museum lot for $6. Parking can be pre-paid at the admissions desk for faster exit!
MEET THE COMEDIANS
Bill Squire is a stand-up comedian and co-host of The Alan Cox Show on 100.7 WMMS in Cleveland. Squire’s stories about his Mormon upbringing and subsequent excommunication, along with having three teenage step-daughters have helped him win “Car Crash Comedy” on “The Opie and Anthony Show” in 2012 and three straight appearances in the Rock on the Range Comedy Tent. In September 2013 Bill’s album “Crowded” debuted in the iTunes Comedy top ten. Squire performs weekly at Hilario at Barrio and Market Fresh Comedy.
Adam Richard is a stand up comic and storyteller from Cleveland. He co-produces and hosts a monthly show called “Keep Talking: A Storytelling Show,” which has been featured at Cleveland Museum of Art and 90.3 Ideastream. In 2013, Richard was featured in Scene Magazine as one of 30 Clevelanders you need to know.
Mary Santora, hailing from Cleveland, is a fresh breath of femininity in the typically testosterone-packed comedy scene. Within a relatively short period of time, Santora has quickly become a fan favorite in the Mid-West. Her observational, fast-paced style and natural charm has gotten her the opportunity to work with comedians such as Jim Florentine, Josh Blue, Tom Green, and many more in clubs all across the country.
Stewart Huff has been performing comedy for more than 18 years. His knack for embracing the foibles of humanity and his refreshing originality make him as likeable as he is hilarious in comedy clubs across the country. Huff has performed in comedy clubs nationally and internationally. Voted ‘Best of the Fest’ at the Aspen Comedy Festival, A finalist in the Boston Comedy Festival, Huff was also invited to perform in the HBO Las Vegas Festival. He currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia.