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Can you believe we’re gearing up for our third live comedy show?! Each month we’ve had a ton of fun back in the barrel room, and this month will certainly be no different. Join us for a great new lineup of comedians, hosted by Brooks Sullivan, and featuring Mike Maxwell, Jeanie Doogan, and Xavier Lamont!

Doors: 6:30pm
Show begins: 7:30pm

Online ticket sales limited to 75 people. Tickets can also be purchased in the taproom prior to the event. There will be a limited amount of tickets available at the door on the day of the show.

*Please enter via door 213, our main entrance.*

Comedian Bios:

Brooks Sullivan is a Chicago based stand-up comedian best known for his offbeat and engaging storytelling delivery. Just as he starts to draw you in he takes a sharp turn and leaves you folded over in laughter. His disciplined writing and unique performances have landed him as an opener on tour with Chris Pontius and Preston Lacy of Jackass fame. His adaptability and likeability have allowed him the versatility to work in both comedy clubs and corporate events. No matter the event, one thing is for sure, Brooks will have you on the edge of your seat waiting to hear what’s coming next. Want to book Brooks? Email Sullivanbrooks91@gmail.com

Mike Maxwell is a Chicago comedian and regular guest on WGN-720 AM. He’s a featured columnist for the Chicago Tribune’s Redeye newspaper. He has been fortunate to be selected to perform at corporate shows, colleges & universities, comedy clubs, festivals and benefit shows across the world. Audiences in Montreal, Dublin, and London have enjoyed Mike’s style of comedy in the past year. He has worked with BET Comic View host Bruce Bruce, SNL alums Finesse Mitchell, Chris Kattan, Dean Edwards and Tim Meadows, and New York Time’s best-selling author Greg Behrendt. Mike is a back-to-back finalist for the Great American Comedy Festival in Johnny Carson’s hometown, Norfolk NE. In 2015, Mike performed his one man show ‘The Anti-Boss” at The Chicago Fringe Festival. March 2014 was the third consecutive year that Mike performed at the LaughFest: Late Nite Comedy Pros Showcase in Grand Rapids Michigan. Mike is writer/co-producer/lead in the first comedic river tour of the Chicago River which is set to debut Saturdays this summer in Chicago.

Jeanie Doogan started her career at the tender age of five when she quickly learned that as the youngest of eight children she needed a hook if she ever wanted to be fed, bathed, or have her existence acknowledged in any way. Failing miserably at tap dancing, Irish dancing, gymnastics, and academics, she carved out her comedy niche with kick-ass knock-knock jokes and soon rose to fame at the family dinner table with such classics as: “knock-knock.” “knock-knock.” “knock-knock! Open the door! You left me outside again!” Since her kitchen table debut, Jeanie has entertained audiences at colleges, casinos, and corporate events, and is a regular at venues such as  Zanies Comedy Clubs, The Laugh Factory, and The Comedy Bar. She was highlighted in Chicago Parents’ Magazine’s Four of Chicago’s Funniest: Stand Up Parents, and was featured on Nick Jr.’s Moms’ Night Out debut stand up special. Jeanie has set herself apart with her quick observations and no-apology take on teaching, parenthood, and American culture. Her sharp wit draws on her experiences growing up on the South side of Chicago and 15 years as a public school teacher to deliver comedy that reaches audiences of all ages, genders, and walks of life.

Xavier Lamontotherwise known as XL, is a true titan of comedy. Standing at 6’7” this comedy giant has been seen on Comedy Central, WGN, & WCIU. Xavier honed his public speaking skills on the corporate speaking circuit for nearly a decade before the funny man was convinced by a working comic friend to direct his talents to the stage. Since then he has established himself as a favorite throughout in the Midwest. Xavier has performed and written for The Whiskey Journal, is a co-founder of the Two & A Half Black men comedy trio and made his motion picture debut in Killing Poe in December.