The Comedy Stop announces the upcoming line up of stellar comedians that will perform in the legendary Congo Room at the Sahara Hotel & Casino. The up and coming performers will have the crowds crying with laughter as they perform at the iconic Comedy Stop stage. The schedule is:
Jackson Perdue started his comedy career at the famed Comedy Store in Hollywood, Calif. where he honed his craft in comedic storytelling by watching and learning the mechanics and art of stand-up comedy from the best comedians around the country. As a Japanese-American raised in Arkansas, Perdue used his unique upbringing to create distinct comedy material about various topics including family matters, news headlines and the mixing of cultures. Perdue’s comedy influences include Richard Pryor, Groucho Marx, Bugs Bunny and Lenny Bruce. In addition to stand-up comedy, Perdue has also written screenplays and recorded the comedy album, “Half White Trash.”
Mitchell Walters’ comedy has been said is a fit for every man. From musings about relationships to family life, he always has audience members in stitches both laughing and nodding their heads in agreement. As a seasoned veteran on the comedy club circuit, Walters has performed in almost every comedy club throughout Canada and the United States and has opened for musical entertainers including Michael Bolton and Neil Sedaka. Walters also toured for three years with the late comedy great Sam Kinison as one of the “outlaws of comedy.” His television credits include “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “Comedy On the Road” and programs on Comedy Central. In addition to being a stand-up comedian, Walters has written jokes for shows such as “Laverne & Shirley,” Richard Pryor’s “Live On the Sunset Strip” and “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In.”
Phil Palisoul (headliner)
Phil Palisoul began his comedy career on the stages of Denver, Colo. and has been performing his style of comedy for audiences across the country, in comedy clubs and on television. Palisoul has opened for international comedy superstars such as Jerry Seinfeld, Dennis Miller and Howie Mandel and has television credits including “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend,” A&E’s “Caroline’s Comedy Hour” and NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” among many others.
Schedule is subject to change without notice.
The Comedy Stop performs at 9 p.m. seven nights a week inside the Congo Room at the Sahara Hotel & Casino. Tickets are $24.95 plus tax and fees for standard seating, $29.95 plus tax and fees for Golden Circle seating, $34.95 plus tax and fees for VIP seating and $19.95 plus tax and fees for Nevada residents with valid ID. Guests must be 21 years of age or older. For more information or reservations call (702) 737-2515 or purchase tickets at.