A Stand Up Comedy Show: Sibling Rivalry - Friday Night

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A Stand Up Comedy Show: Sibling Rivalry - Friday Night


Jan 31, 2020, 8:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Broughton Commons - Upstairs, 118 E Broughton St, 2nd Floor, Savannah, GA 31401, USA

About the Event

Featuring some of the best stand up comics from Savannah and Charleston, A Stand Up Comedy Show: Sibling Rivalry, will make you laugh your charming ass off. Expect a powerhouse performance from these comics as they have lovingly joined forces to help raise money for Front Porch Improv's new theatre space. 

 - Come early for excellent food, and drink specials - Doors open at 7:30pm - Comedy show at 8:30pm 

CONNECT SAVANNAH newspaper says, "FRONT PORCH IMPROV has been a leading force in the comedy scene...consistently providing incredible improv comedy performances."    Our shows last approximately 75 minutes and is rated PG-13. 

Online ticket sales will close one hour before a show begins. In-Person Tickets are still available at the venue when the box office opens (30 minutes before a show begins). Our shows sell out so it's best to buy tickets online!  

About some of the Stand Ups: 


Brendan Townend is a displaced stubborn New Englander in the guise of a sweet Savannah gentleman. He is the booker and host of The Savannah Comedy Underground, as well as the “brains” behind the “Savannah, City of” Facebook page, a depository for everything meme worthy about Savannah. 

Nate Allen is one of Savannah’s young and up incoming comedians. He's also a member of the Podcast 21 Nuke Salute presents ”Black Mass” and will be making his first TV appearance on REVOLT TV’s Funny AF, Season Two. 

Jerrod Smith - Jerrod has been doing stand up mainly in Savannah for the past six years. He is a comedian for the Boo Y'all Ghost Tour from Old Savannah Tours. He is also the writer/co-creator of the Project BlackGuard animated short on YouTube and a regular of the short film/podcast production group, 21 Nuke Salute. 


Bill Davis has opened for the likes of Amy Schumer, Todd Barry, and has appeared on BBCAmerica and CNN. He also BOMBED his audition for Second City. Bill lives in Charleston where he writes and performs comedy for the page, the stage, the screen, and hopefully one day for money.

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