Madhouse Comedy Showcase
- September 24, 2021
- The World Famous Mad House Comedy Club
Michael Longfellow is a stand up, writer, and stepson from Phoenix, now based in Los Angeles. While in Arizona, Michael was a regular at the Tempe Improv and Stand Up Live. Shortly after his move to Los Angeles, he placed 2nd at the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in Atlanta, was chosen as one of TBS’ Comics To Watch, did Stand up on CONAN and can now be seen on Hidden America with Jonah Ray and Bring The Funny on NBC.
Rachel Dee is a comedian, actor, and writer who grew up a military brat living all over the US and is now based in Los Angeles. She has since brought her observations about motherhood and never growing up to audiences across the US including Savannah – GA, Cobbs Comedy – SF, Standup Live – AZ, and The Improv in Los Angeles. Her comedic style is sassy and fun.
Shain Brenden is a comedian, writer, and actor, in Portland, Oregon. He was named one of Willamette Weekly’s “Funniest Five” and an “Undisputable Genius of Comedy” by the Portland Mercury. He’s performed in the 10,000 Laughs Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest, Cape Fear Comedy Festival, Gilda’s LaughFest, Memphis Comedy Festival, Laughing Skull and will be featured at the Limestone Comedy Festival in 2021. He co-hosts a weekly podcast called ASSVILLE on the Helium Comedy Presents Network, and you can also hear him on “The Best of Helium Comedy Album Vol. 1,” Sirius XM radio, and wherever you stream music.
A working commercial actor, Shain has featured in projects for Nike, Google, Jordan, Marvel, Old Spice, NBA 2K, was a host for NBC Sports, and hosted the series American Veteran: Keep It Close on PBS. In 2019 he co-starred in the short independent film, “Dinner” and played a knife-wielding opportunist in the murder heist drama “Queen Triggerfish.”
As a comedy writer, Shain is an alumnus of the CBS Diversity Sketch Comedy program, a top finalist in the WeScreenplay Coverfly TV Pilot contest, wrote and co-produced segments for NBC Sports Northwest, and is currently in development for his own original television series.
A University of Memphis alumni, Shain’s proudest moment was throwing a half-eaten corn dog at Eli Manning during a University of Memphis vs. Ole Miss game in 2003. He owns several pairs of sneakers that will never leave their box and his wife is very upset about it.
The World Famous Mad House Comedy Club
Full Bar, Craft Beer, Dinner Menu. We sere food and drinks before, and during the shows. 18+, Two item min purchase per person (food or drinks – does not have to be alcohol).