Comedy Night at The Liberty Theater
Doors open at 6pm
Food and drinks available
Show starts at 8pm
Harrold Augustus Gomez was born a product of the system. The youngest of 8 kids growing up in the project housing of New Haven Ct. Harrold found out quick it was either sink or swim. With 5 sisters, Harrold became a fixture on the slumber party circuit, which did wonders for his self esteem.
Harrold spent the most part of his youth reading comic books, and dazzling the school kids with his blinding speed. He never ran track, he just ran from the other kids who didn't appreciate the new program that bussed the inner city kids to their quiet little Catholic school. This is where Harrold developed his sense of humor, especially towards racism. "Racism doesn't bother me. I'm a black guy, with a Hispanic name, who went to Catholic school in Ct, what haven't I heard!?!" It wasn't long before he found out that being funny doesn't really get you the chicks, it just keeps you out of the nurse's office.
Harrold is now a favorite across the Northwest, and has played various dives and colleges through 43 states, and 2 Canadian provinces. His humor touches on a wide range of topics, from his twin daughters, to his cool 70 yr. old dad who "refuses to cut his Jerry Curl." He was the winner of the 2002 International Seattle Comedy Competition, and a finalist in the 2003 Comedy Central Laugh Riots. He worked on Bill Nyes spinoff, "The Eyes of Nye", and has opened for the likes of Bernie Mack, Chris Rock, Bill Maher, and Ray Romano to name a few. He also was the opening act for the Dave Chappelle Block Party Tour. He is currently the Head Writer for the online animated comedy series Da BoogieBoys.
Todd Armstrong's 2010 New Year's Resolution was to "try stand-up comedy five times" to overcome the speaking anxieties of becoming a Teacher. He is now a Comedian who represented Portland for Comedy Central's "Comics to Watch". He will not be found in a classroom.
He can be found impressing audiences with his unique brand of intelligent and fast-paced humor at Clubs, Colleges, Festivals, Zoo Fundraisers, Bars and Halls. Audiences are shown his likable attitude, clever wit, energetic charm, great stories and cleverly crafted jokes. Todd has opened for many of todays top comedians; Bill Burr, Marc Maron, Nick Kroll, Chelsea Peretti, Todd Barry, Jesse Joyce, Jon Lovitz, Tommy Chong to name a few.
Nice things said about Todd are "brilliant", "hilarious", "from set up to punchline, pure genius", "amazing writer", and, as Bill Burr said, Todd Armstrong is "the happiest person I've met in 6 months.".
Aaron Kirby joined Seattle's scene in October 2011. He has since made a name for himself around the Pacific Northwest with his charismatic, informative style and playful delivery. Participating in several comedy competitions around the region, Kirby was a finalist in the 2012 Montana Comedy Competition and reached second place in the 2012 Tri-City Joke Off. Going forward he hopes to continue his streak of almost winning things that matter to him.
As a broadcaster and event correspondent for GameStop Inc.'s GameStop TV, he did everything from in-studio work to reporting from trade shows such as ComiCon. He has been able to interview some of the industry's best talents, such as Chris Parnell, Mark Hamill, and Bruce Willis. As the red carpet correspondent at the 2010 and 2011 Video Game Awards, Kirby interviewed the best actors, designers, and producers in the business. Kirby's experience also includes supporting roles in two independent feature films.
In his time away from comedy, Kirby enjoys wearing headbands and watching all his favorite sports teams lose. He is a certified bartender & ordained minister, so he can get you drunk and help you to make regrettable decisions...assuming you have the cash to pay for it.
The Liberty Theater (View)
116 W. Main St.
Puyallup, WA 98371
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|