The 2018 Binghamton Comedy Crawl, presented by 100.5 The Drive, is back for its 3rd year! This year, we have 2 venues and 2 circuits! Each circuit of 200 people will attend a 7:30pm show, one at Terra Cotta (Yellow circuit) and one at Atomic Tom’s (Blue circuit). At 8:30pm, they will switch venues for the 9pm show.
The Blue Circuit:
The Yellow Circuit:
Doors open at 7pm!
Atomic Tom’s 7:30pm
Terra Cotta 9pm
Doors open at 7pm!
Terra Cotta 7:30pm
Atomic Tom’s 9pm
AJ has opened for many of the country’s top comedians including Damon Wayans, David Alan Grier, John Heffron, DC Benny, and SNL’s Jay Pharoah. He has been featured at some of NYC's top comedy clubs, including Caroline's on Broadway, in addition to regularly performing at various clubs and colleges across the country. His television appearances include AXS TV's "Gotham Comedy Live", FOX's "LAUGHS", and MTV’s “Yo Momma”.
In his young career, AJ has already experienced much success in several regional comedy competitions including champion of the 2014 Unforgettable Comedy Contest at the Syracuse Funny Bone, 2x runner up for the Funniest Person in Rochester Contest (2014, 2015), as well as runner up for 2014’s Last Comix Standing Competition at Foxwoods Resort and Casino. He was a featured performer or the 2015 Finger Lakes Comedy Festival and Semi-Finalists in the prestigious Boston Comedy Festival.
Erica Spera is the girl next door who's tall, dark, and one of the guys. Originally from Binghamton NY, Spera is the producer of 607 Comedy, where she hosts charity shows throughout the Upstate New York area.
When she isn't having dinner with her ridiculously large family, you can find Erica performing nightly all over the big apple; doing stand up comedy clubs such as Gotham, The Stand, New York Comedy Club, and Caroline's. Spera was recently named a 2017 TBS Comics to Watch as part of the NY Comedy Festival. You may have seen her on TLC's Cake Boss, Gotham Comedy Live! on AXSTV, or have heard her podcast 20 Minutes of Fire.
Every Friday at 8:30pm, she co-hosts Bitches Brew, at? ?Halyard's Bar in Brooklyn, which has been named one of TimeOut NY’s “Best Comedy Shows”. You should come see a show and meet Erica's parents.
Since making his stand-up debut in 1998, Tony has been entertaining crowds all over the country. His energetic and charismatic delivery of observational humor connects with all types of audiences and his experience as an elementary school teacher blends a unique feeling of nostalgia and silliness that has audiences crying laughing.
Tony has been on ABC’s America’s Funniest People and his jokes have been published alongside greats like Chris Rock and Henny Youngman in The Idiot’s Guide to Joke Telling by Alpha Publishing.
Tony is proud to have performed with Gilbert Gottfried, Artie Lange, Jim Norton, Bob Nelson, Judah Friedlander, Darrel Hammond, Greg Giraldo, and Lisa Lampanelli.
Bill Lake performs at the Syracuse and Albany Funny Bone clubs, and has written jokes for David Letterman, Craig Ferguson, and Saturday Night Live. He has also performed at the 2016 & 2017 Binghamton Comedy Crawls.
Paul Kozlowski has performed stand up comedy on Caroline’s Comedy Hour, Evening At The Improv, The MTV Half Hour Comedy Hour, Two Drink Minimum, PBS’ Comedy Tonight and Friday Night Videos.
Paul has Written and performed on the John Stewart Show, The Chris Rock Show, Mr. Show, Dr. Katz and Comedy Central’s Gong Show With Dave Attell.
He has written on Ellen, John Leguizamo’s House Of Buggin’, The Wayne Brady Show and Comedy Central’s Exit 57 with Amy Sedaris and Stephen Colbert. Paul also Co hosted MTV’s Idiot Savants and FOX Sport’s Ultimate Fan League. He has also appeared in the movies Punchline and Bobcat Goldthwait’s Shakes The Clown.
Paul has just launched the Central New York comedy website Syriously.com.
Steven Rogers is a stand up comic from Syracuse, New York who has been making others laugh for most of his life. Steven's humorous observations have been featured on websites such as eBaum's World, the Chive, and College Humor. He has also opened for national acts like, Nick DiPaolo,Christopher Titus, and Brian Regan. His style of fun, witty humor based on his own life experiences is sure to make you laugh!
Kenice performs stand up comedy around the country and participated in the Women in Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest, and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival this year. She also appeared on two episodes of Laughs on FOX. She hosts Person About Town, an interview and relationship podcast available as part of the Women In Comedy Podcast Network.
Madelein Smith is a touring comedian based in New York City. She performs in clubs and venues all around the city, including the Broadway Comedy Club, Eastville Comedy Club, and hip joints in hip parts of Brooklyn where she could never afford to live.
Madelein got her start in comedy in Rochester NY, where she won a few comedy competitions and performed regularly at the local comedy club. For two years, she ran a monthly all female show entitled “Rage Against the Vageen”.
She has performed in numerous festivals, including Beaver and Bacon Fest 2016 at the Regent Theater in Toronto, SheDot Toronto 2017, Finger Lakes Comedy Fest 2016 and 2017, Rochester Fringe Fest 2014 and 2017, Laugh Riot Girl Fest 2015, and was a headlining act at Ithaca’s Festival of the Arts 2017.
Madelein has been featured on Siriusxm radio and has opened for Rachel Feinstein, Bobby Slayton, Phil Hanley, Alice Wetterlund, Rich Vos, Judy Gold, and many more. Her webseries entitled "Failing Forward" was produced by Talking Back Pictures, based in NY and LA. Madelein was recently hired to perform with carnival cruise lines, and is proudly represented by KMCC comics. She is a nice gal who loves cats and doesn’t know how to cook.
Mike Ciurzynski lives right here in Binghamton and is making his third appearance at Comedy Crawl. Blending music, humor, and storytelling, his unique act makes for a one of a kind comedy experience. He’s headlined Live to Laugh in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, and delighted many audiences with his one man show, “Ground Rules for Anarchy.”
RJ is a young comic from Syracuse, NY. He's a regular at the local Funnybone Comedy Club, and was a part of Laugh Fest 2017. He's also been lucky enough to share the stage with comedy greats like Big Jay Oakerson, and Bert Kreischer. RJ dreams of great success in the comedy world. Or to at least move out of his grandmother's basement.