Comedians Adam Ray (pictured), Mark Serritella and Jason Dudey will perform at The Laugh Factory inside Tropicana Las Vegas April 21-27. Adam Ray just co-starred opposite Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy as the villain in the hit comedy film “The Heat” he’s also appeared on the very popular “Workaholics”.
Adam Ray (Headliner)
- After graduating from the acting school at the University of Southern California and studying for a year at the British American Drama Academy in London, Adam Ray has been seen guest-starring on “2 Broke Girls,” “Workaholics,” “Arrested Development,” “According to Jim” and Adult Swim’s “NTSF:SD:SUV” and has also written for MTV’s “Punk’d.” Ray was most recently seen opposite Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy in Paul Feig’s buddy cop comedy “The Heat,” and you can see his stand-up featured in the upcoming Comedy Central show “Adam DeVine’s House Party.” To view Ray’s hilarious sketches, visit AdamRayTV.com, which now has over 30 million views.
Mark Serritella (Feature)
- Mark Serritella has appeared on “The Joe Rogan Experience” three times, “Entertainers with Byron Allen,” “Who Wants to Date a Comedian?,” Comedy Central’s Open Mic Fight, and the “About Last Night” podcast with Sean Astin. Serritella was also featured on “The Huffington Post,” the front page of Funny or Die and “Business Weekly” and has been part of the Boston Comedy Festival five times. Serritella has toured all over Europe and the Middle East entertaining the troops and has three CDs that can be heard on Sirius Satellite Radio.
Jason Dudey (Host)
- Jason Dudey has appeared on Logo TV’s “Wisecracks,” the OutLaugh comedy festival and as a finalist at The World Series of Comedy three years in a row. His debut comedy album, “Major Dudey,” is a critical and commercial success and is available on iTunes. As a performer, Dudey is comfortable in front of all audiences, saying that it doesn’t matter to him if audience members are gay or straight: “My job is to make people laugh, not sprinkle them with glitter. I don’t make a big deal out of it because my family never made a big deal out of me being gay. It was more like, great, you’re gay, now do your chores.”
For more information and to purchase tickets call 702-739-2411, or 1-800-829-9034. Tickets range in price from $34.95 to $49.95 plus fees. Visit the Laugh Factory page at Tropicana Las Vegas.