Southern Oregon’s best live comedy night happens every weekend at Chadwick’s Pub & Sports Bar.
Every Friday & Saturday Night.
Shows start at 8:00 pm. $10 cover charge. Cash Only.
Gather the crew and come on out for a night of laughs and fun in Medford, Oregon. Legendary performers, unforgettable fun. Stand-up comedy at its finest.
Most weekends feature comedian Carl Lee as our MC. Carl Lee has toured all over the U.S with great comics such as Ron White, Mo’Nique, Bill Bellamy and John Pinette. Carl has performed at the North Carolina Comedy Festival and Redwood Comedy Festival, and was featured on The Bob and Tom Show and NBC’s Last Comic Festival.
This weekend’s show:
NOTICE: The following video clips may contain adult language and are meant for mature audiences. Please preview scheduled comedians before attending the show if you are sensitive to language.
Comedy Night January 17-18
Headliner: Carl Wolfson
From February 2007 to February 2016, Carl Wolfson was the popular host of “Carl in the Morning” on AM 620 KPOJ and FM 107.1 KXRY in Portland, Oregon.
Carl is also one of the country’s top headlining comedians. During the 1980s and 1990s, he was a fixture on national television, appearing on Showtime’s Comedy Club Network, VH-1 Stand-Up Spotlight, An Evening at the Improv, and The Joan Rivers Show.
His weekly segments on Thicke of the Night (“The Wolfson Report”) and Fox Network’s Late Show (“Carl’s Camera”) were the most popular features of each show.
Carl began his career at Hollywood’s Comedy Store in 1980, and is a veteran of more than 8,000 performances!
Opener: Jeremiah Coughlan
Comedy Night January 24-25
Headliner: Andrew Sleighter
Andrew Sleighter started in comedy looking for the perfect funny line to open a biography. Since then, Andrew’s laid-back style and clever writing has won him appreciation from fans and respect from his peers.
Andrew wrote and blogged for the Sports Show with Norm Macdonald on Comedy Central and was a regular on the MTV prank show Money From Strangers. He’s performed on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Nuvo TV’s Stand Up & Deliver and made his late-night stand-up debut on Conan earlier last year.
Opener: Narin Vann
Comedy Night January 31 – February 1
Headliner: Vince Valenzuela
JUST PLAIN FUNNY! is a phrase used to describe his unique style. Vince’s fast paced, witty, and delightfully edgy blend of “loveable sarcasm and cynicism” keeps audiences laughing across the nation. With an east coast tenacity and a west coast sensibility, Vince delivers an unforgettable performance-all through his big Donnie Osmond/Eric Estrada pearly-white teeth. He is noted for revealing the hypocrisies, double standards and dysfunction’s of human behavior ranging from his family, ethnic stereotypes, Latino Sensations, Osama Bin Laden, Pepe Le Pugh, “The Religion of NASCAR”, to antidepressants, Vegans, The Suicide Traffic Report, and of course, relationships! Get ready to dial 9-1-1 because his social commentary will have you in stitches!
Opener: Collin Williams
Comedy Night February 7-8
Headliner: Alex Elkin
Alex Elkin started his comedy career in the clubs of Hollywood California before he was old enough to be allowed in the front door. At age 18 he took on the wilds of the Jungle Cruise as a skipper for the Disneyland Resort cracking jokes on and off the boat. Working with national acts such as Ralphie May and Carlos Mencia to name just a few, Alex has a reputation in the comedy world as the comic that brings his A-game to every show! He has most recently taken first place in the 2016 San Francisco Comedy Competition. He has been seen on E!’s The Simple Life Season 5, Seasons 4 & 5 of TNT’s LEVERAGE and on NBC’s GRIMM.
Opener: Reid Clark
Comedy Night February 14-15
Headliner: John Hilder
John was born and raised in the comedic hotbed of Salt Lake City, Utah. As a child growing up VERY Mormon, John spent most of his time annoying friends, family, and teachers with his endless attempts at making those around him laugh. Through the years his love of connecting with, and entertaining people through comedy only grew, but sadly his love of being a Mormon in Utah did not, so in 2004 John left Utah and the Mormon Church for the neon pastures of lovely Las Vegas, Nevada to pursue a life of comedy and sin.
Opener: Josh Firestine
Comedy Night February 21-22
Headliner: Michael Harrison
Utilizing an honest, silly and outrageous style, Michael Harrison has been one of the most sought after comedians in North America. Whether it’s a college, corporate, church, comedy club, cruise ship or bar, Michael’s diverse act delivers a show that leaves his audiences craving more.
Besides touring extensively, Michael has also found time to develop a solid acting resume with appearances on MTV’s Video on Trial, NBC’s The Bridge, Queer as Folk, the TBS movie The Jazzman and as a co-host on E-West. Michael’s comedic talent has also earned him his own nationally televised half-hour comedy special.
Opener: Luke Severeid
Comedy Night February 28-29
Headliner: Mike Geeter
As an Ivy League dropout and community college graduate from Pontiac, MI, Mike brings a pointed look at life, family, and relationships that few others can…or should. From his upbringing in a family with 17 children to discussing his life as a father, Mike’s comedy is jagged wit mixed with a smooth delivery. Mike has worked in some of the finest comedy venues in the country to work with mainstream comedians as Kevin Hart, Hannibal Burress, Jim Norton, Artie Lange, and Rickey Smiley, to name a few. Mike was featured on Fox Television’s comedy showcase “Laughs” (Season 1) and the Detroit episode of “Kevin Hart Presents: Hart Of The City 2” on Comedy Central (Season 2).
Opener: Erik Escobar
Comedy Night March 6-7
Headliner: Bill Devlin
Bill Devlin (comedian, actor and writer) was born and raised in St. Paul Minnesota. The youngest of eight children in an Irish Catholic community, serves as fodder in a good deal of Devlin’s reservoir of comedy.
In addition to touring around the country, Bill has also performed stand up comedy at all the major comedy clubs in Southern California. He appears, hosts and produces shows regularly at the world famous Hollywood Improv Comedy Club The Jon Lovitz Comedy Club and The Improv Comedy Club chain. Devlin’s long running Comedy & Cocktails with Bill Devlin show has featured comedy greats Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Margaret Cho and Drew Carey just to name a few.
Opener: Steph Sanders
Comedy Night March 13-14
Headliner: Mike Betancourt
Intense. Energetic. Animated. Outrageous. These are just a few of the words that describe multi-faceted performer and creator Mike Betancourt, the comedian, actor, writer and producer.
As a comedian, Mike tears up stages all around the nation and creates new fans wherever he goes. He has a colossal personality that instantly connects to the audience, is often described as a “force of nature”, and uses his wide array of voices and characters to command the crowd’s riveted and delighted attention. Mike delves into twisted and controversial topics boldly, using his charm to make them entertaining and hysterical. Mike makes his way to the stage like he’s ready for battle, and leaves it like a conquering hero to the cheers of the crowd.
Opener: Jason King
Comedy Night March 20-21
Headliner: Leif Skyving
Born in Sweden, raised in L.A., Leif began his comedy career 20 years ago at the world famous Comedy Store in Hollywood CA, and has shared the stage with such great acts as Weird Al Yankovic, Howie Mandel, Paul Rodriquez, Steve Alan, and Jimmy “JJ” Walker among others.
On a “road gig” in Caldwell Idaho he met his wife to be and seeking his fortune moved from Hollywood to Idaho, where even the potatoes are famous. Leif who started off in comedy as a carefree bachelor is now the proud father of two teen-agers, (and people ask where do you get your material?)
Leif still travels the United States and Canada making people laugh, with 20 years of comedy road behind him, Leif has a story for every group and demographic.
Opener: Joshua Chambers
Comedy Night March 27-28
Headliner: Tobe Hixx
Born in Miami, Florida, Tobe Hixx was brought to Omaha, Nebraska at six months old to be raised by his grandparents. It was there that he was exposed to his first sampling of comedic genius, Richard Pryor. As a child he would sneak off with his friend to listen to the forbidden Pryor albums that he found absolutely hilarious.
As a skinny kid, Hixx was often teased and ridiculed by his peers. He would later turn to a life of crime that included gangs and selling crack. Says Hixx, “People don’t realize when you sell drugs, you’re just as addicted as the person using the drugs. [I was] addicted to the money and the lifestyle.” After stints in both state and federal prison, Hixx credits his first love, comedy, with saving his life. It was the hard times he overcame that helped him develop the thick skin he would need to survive as a comedian.