Andy Andrist LIVE in Salem, w/ Eric Alexander Moore, Jesse Priest & John Mink
You've seen him on HBO, Comedy Central's "The Man Show," the film "The Unbookables" and with comedy legend/troubadour Doug Stanhope.
For one night only-- an evening of comedy unlike anything Salem has seen, featuring national headliner ANDY ANDRIST.
PLUS special guests ERIC ALEXANDER MOORE (Improlympia Comedy Festival, Capitol City Theater, the Comedy Store), JESSE PRIEST (Duffy's Un-Manic Monday, Laugh Deposit) and hosted by JOHN MINK (Oregon's Last Comic Standing - semi-finalist, Salem Idol, Capitol City Theater, DJ's Bar & Grill).
When he's not on the road, his free time is spent marathon running, streamlining vigilante justice, and enriching the lives of farm animals. He also comes from a long and triumphant line of Freemasons, who founded the fair city of Eugene, Oregon. Although he is 1/32 African American, he made the choice long ago to forgo racial material in his repertoire. This triple threat will soon be a licensed real estate salesman, in the hopes of parlaying his selling adventures into comedic gold. Favorite color is yellow.
ERIC ALEXANDER MOORE
Blending real-life stories with his knack for punchy, outside-the-box writing and honest, vulnerable delivery, Eric Alexander Moore has been transforming personal tragedy into comedy all across the west coast for years, entertaining audiences at venues such as the world famous Comedy Store in Hollywood, California, Helium Comedy Club in Portland, Oregon and Capitol City Theater in Salem, Oregon. He presents simple observations of the realities of a rough and tumble world in a refreshingly original way, showing us that if we can't laugh at what goes wrong in life, then we can't laugh at all.
When it comes to comedy, no one is unique as Jesse Priest. Hosting a weekly show for over 3 years has given Jesse a lightning fast wit, despite his slow, deliberate delivery. Whether it's making fun of his mixed race parents or waxing poetic on the finer points of text messaging, Jesse Priest is sure to have you rolling in the aisles.
Offending crowds became hobby, with a pungent tone of freewill to promote the underdog's scorecard. His raw-dog antics have been seen all over the Northwest, performing his own style of "Guerrilla Comedy;" surprise shows. Plugging in a small amp, in random bar or tavern, only to be thrown out by his teeth with threats of trespassing. Mink was a semi-finalist at Oregon's Last Comic Standing and was the host of Salem Idol 2014. Capitol City Theater. Hosts a weekly comedy show: Dj's Bar and Grill in Keizer, Wednesdays at 9.
Doors open at 7:00pm, show at 8:00. This event is 21+ and requires a two drink minimum.
Level B - Theater Pub (View)
445 High Street SE
Salem, OR 97301
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|