We have a gosh darn fun show planned for you. Here is the line up:
Mikey Dienstbach of Sandy Pilgrims
With a blend of folk, acoustic rock, and blues, the four-piece band Sandy Pilgrims create rich tunes with warm vocal harmonies. Ryan, Mikey, and Mike attended high school together from 2006-2010 in St. Louis, MO, where they played music together. The three all went to college in Chicago in 2010, where they met Chicago native and multiinstrumentalist Jake Stolz. What began as casual jamming eventually developed into an official band. The group released an EP in the fall of 2011 and hope to release a full length album in 2013. Listen here: thesandypilgrims.bandcamp.com
Rammel Chan is a comedian and actor from Chicago. On Stage, Rammel has performed in Amuse Bouche 2014 (Pavement Group), Oblivion (Steppenwolf First Look Repertory) and Clark & Diversity (Second City Diversity and Outreach). On screen, you may have seen Rammel delivering Chinese Food in Bad Johnson, being kidnapped, beat up and murdered on NBC’s CRISIS, and in 2015 you may see him taunting Jason Segal in The End of the Tour. In May, Rammel helped to co-write and produce Robot vs. Dinosaur’s first full-length musical, Attack at Bikini Werewolf Beach: Part 2, at the Den Theatre and recently has performed with The 4 Skins of Comedy, a solo showcase produced by Miguel Lepe, at Stage773. Rammel is represented by Paonessa Talent.
Carmen Christopher is from Chicago, IL and performs weekly at iO with SnackTime and 11/22 and at The Annoyance with Holy Fuck Comedy Hour and Fire and Beer and hosts weekly variety show Thunderdome at The MCL Theater.
KILL ALL COMEDY is a comedy collective. We are also a record label, a website, and a video production company. Comedy is terrible and we’re the worst. killallcomedy.com
Jack & The Wolf close out the night with their two man improv act that has traveled to Philadelphia Duos Fest, Milwaukee Comedy Festival, Chicago Improv Festival, A Jangleheart Circus and Sketchfest Chicago. They host this event so you will see and hear from them a lot.
Like a cabin in the woods, Uncommon Ground is a retreat from the city. Join us for dinner or a drink, just join us! Call to reserve your place in our barn: 773-929-3680.
The Bucket Show is monthly (First Thursday) at 3800 N. Clark St. (Clark and Grace). 8pm. Free. Donations welcome. Comedy. Stories. Music.