Headliner: Quevaughn Bryant
Quevaughn Bryant pronounced (q-von) may be a strange name to look at but his comedy is certainly no stranger to America. his unique brand of society based humor has long been a favorite of audiences across the country, consistently proving to be a refreshing change from the comedy norm. His comedy show combines poignant social commentary, complete silliness and stand up comedy that creates an atmosphere of uproarious laughter. If comedy were music, Quevaughn says his show would be a mix of jazz, country, r&b, rock and opera, melded together with a symphony of comedic strings that creates a tune that we can all relate to, and in the end that’s what it’s all about.
Opener: Aaron Hall
From a small town in Illinois (Lebanon) just outside of East St. Louis, Aaron is moving boldy in his gifts of acting and comedy. He’s a down to earth individual whose style is clean and clever relating to all walks of life. Raised by his mother, Aaron’s greatest influence was her love for Christ, her strong will, and her crazy sense of humor. Although he picked up his mother’s flavor, he says, “My father is my best friend.” His father, a Government Executive, is giving, yet frugal with impeccable business acumen, which also rubbed off on Aaron. “I’d say, I got the best of both worlds.”