Gary is a NY based stand-up comedian, who is one of only a handful to perform on every single late night program. You can see two of his hour long specials “It’s About Time” and “In This Economy” currently on Netflix. He has released four comedy albums and the Village Voice has said “Gary will be the next giant ex-Bostonian comic to break huge; CK, Burr, Gulman. You heard it here first.” Gary placed 3rd on season two of Last Comic Standing and you can see him on the HBO series Tourgasm and Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer.
Dairy Comedy in The Boe
August 18 | The Boedecker Theater
No one under 18 will be admitted to this show
After retirement from the Navy in 2009, Derrick Rush moved to Denver, CO in pursuit of a new career: stand-up comedy. He's now a regular at Comedy Works, where he recently took third place (out of 168 comics) in the renowned New Faces Competition.
Jodee Champion, a Colorado native, has performed for some of the best venues in the country, including Gotham, Red Rocks Amphitheater, and is a regular at the Denver Improv and Comedy Works. She’s entertained crowds in NYC, Chicago, LA, Denver, and dozens of other cities. She appeared on the nationally televised stand-up comedy showcase “NickMom Night Out.”
Elise Kerns has been doing stand-up for a little over a year, but has been around it for 29 years, thanks to her comedian father, Rick Kerns. She co-hosts a comedy showcase at Ophelia's in Denver called Get Thee to a Nunnery and hosts her own monthly podcast, Elise's Locos Talkos, where she takes an in-depth look at her fierce loyalty to food, comedy, dance, mental health awareness and all things LGBTQ.
Creator and long-time host of Dairy Comedy, James Gold makes his return to the Boe stage and the familiar smelling microphone. This time, it's personal.