Wednesday, May 3rd
Select Wednesdays @ 8pm
Wednesday, May 3rd
Curtis is THE GUY when it comes to detailing the most expensive cars in the country. He’s also THE GUY if you want over-the-top energy, laughter and comedic twists no one will see coming. Hashtag Comedy adds him to their show for a night of first-time, last-time comedy. $5.
Kenny originally came to Hashtag shows for one reason, and one reason only: to get the girl. And he did. It just so happens he’s funny, too. So we asked him to join. He said yes. The rest is history.
Sara “The Boosh” Greer
“The Boosh” might be the youngest member of Hashtag Comedy, but her knack for searing one-liners and sardonic quips is timeless. She’s also a whiz at freestyle rap.
Joseph M. Moorer
“Cat-hating Devil Man.” This is literally a phrase an audience member once used to describe Joe and now he will not allow us to write anything else about him in his bio.
Kean is an actual chemist who brings his smarts and dry humor to the stage, and compliments it all with a comedic physicality some have called “gloriously spastic chicken.” So you’re just as likely to hear him make an accurate math joke as you are to see him give a spot on impression of a used car sales lot floaty-man.
Paul is a bottomless pit of odd, yet accurate historical facts, sports trivia and old 70’s rock songs. Mix this archive of knowledge with a finely tuned deadpan delivery style and you’ll know why audiences love to see Paul “let it go.”
Sarah J. Storer
With over a decade of experience, it’s no wonder Sarah has the number one rule of improv tattooed on her body. And no, that rule is NOT, “Point at your body parts while grinning madly,” as some have come to suspect.
Matt is weird. We don’t know if that’s because he’s a lawyer or not. Either way, count on Matt to utter things in public that most grown men would be ashamed to think, let alone say in front of a crowd.
Clay is a master of accents, clever asides and full beards. As one of the newer and younger members of the crew, he also routinely one-ups the team on stage with his quick wit, which other members insist is inspiring and not at all humiliating.