Comedy returns to Bainbridge Tap on June 15

Friday, May 31, 2013

Following a February show, Neil Snyder Presents Comedy in Crawfordsville brings its brand back to Bainbridge Tap for another show on June 15 at 9:30 p.m. The line-up for this show will have a blue-collar feel, with each billed performer outside of the host possessing small-town ties and related material. The show will feature comedians from Indiana, Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio.

The show's headliner is Jason Robbins, who has been featured on Cincy Entertainment Television. Dubbed 'Cincinnati's Funniest Crackhead', his unapologetic delivery of degenerate content bounces between charming and outrageous, while his accent shouts authentic. Robbins asserts he was 'raised in the mountains, first in his family to go to city jail.'

Show co-feature Divinity Rose of Kentucky wears a lot of hats, not just the cowboy hat on the event poster. In addition to stand-up comedienne, where she has already advanced in this year's Funniest Person in Louisville contest, she is a single-mother, a published humorous author, model and vaudevillian entertainer.

The other co-feature, fellow Kentuckian Rob Wilfong, is a Cincinnati-area fixture, creator of the Live Bait Comedy series that puts on shows in areas like Sharonville, Covington and Latonia. He's toured as part of the Dysfunctional Comedy Tour and advanced to the finals of the Stars on Stage contest at the Gaslight Inn in Indianapolis.

Rounding out the line-up will be Carmel's Rick Garrett, raised in Tennessee and with a clergy background and as an EMT, he has a vast array of life experiences to draw from onstage. He's been heard on the Armed Forces Radio Network and has appeared on Comcast TV 'Who's Laughing Now?'. Also appearing will be Skeeter, of Union, Ky. Skeeter's Jokefest has a series in Florence at Holler Hops & Grill called Comedy on Tap. He has also appeared at regional venues like JW's Sports Café and Whisky Bar. Special guest comedian John Hayden of Hanging Limb, Tenn. has been invited as well.

The show's host, Neil Snyder, has himself featured at Louie's Comedy Night in Lima, Ohio and opened The Hip Hop Comedy Spot in Indianapolis. He will soon celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Comedy in Crawfordsville series at his home-room of Crash McClain's at Plaza Lanes in August.

Admission to the show is free but parties are encouraged to reserve seating by calling 522-6814 to help plan for dinner and show traffic and to accommodate staffing. Show is limited to adults only 21 and up and will contain graphic language and adult situations. The show is expected to go until midnight or later.

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