Catch! Princeton

Hyatt Regency Princeton
102 Carnegie Center
Princeton, NJ 08540

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Show Calendar for Princeton

Billy Garan

January 13 - 14

Billy Garan began his career performing stand-up comedy at Catch A Rising Star in New York City. Shortly thereafter, he joined a come He has produced, written, and performed numerous radio commercials and has appeared on Showtime’s “Comedy Club Network,” “Caroline’s Comedy Hour,” and “Into The Night Starring Rick Dees.” Billy showcased at the New England Coffeehouse Conference and at the New England Regional Conference for the National Association for Campus Activities.


Chris Johnston

January 20 - 21

Click For Tickets Chris Johnston electrifies the stage with a fun and creative delivery of personal stories, thoughts and observations that audiences can relate to and enjoy. Chris has been featured on popular radio shows, comedy festivals and has gone on to tour with national acts at clubs, colleges and casinos across the United States. He has toured with the “Howard Stern-Killers of Comedy” and “Best Damn Comedy Show!” tours, featuring comedians from the Howard Stern, Opie & Anthony and other Sirius/XM srdio shows and has recently been on the road as an opening act for the Impractical Jokers. .


Tom McTiernan

January 27 - 28

Click For Tickets Tom McTiernan is was one of eight children, and grew up in the suburbs of New York City. Being a product of such a multi-cultural and media driven area of the country, leads to many unanswered questions.



February 10 - 11

Click For Tickets Valentine's Weekend with Mick Thomas. Complimentary chocolate rose for the ladies on Saturday night shows. With 101.5's Steve Trevelise on Friday night Mick Thomas is a derogatory term for Irish American immigrants.


Wellie Jackson

February 24 - 25

Anything worth having demands hard work and sacrifice. Just ask Staten Island New York’s newest superstar-in-the-making Wellie Jackson.



March 2

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SNL star Jon Rudnitsky

March 3 - 4

Click For Tickets SPECIAL EVENT Jon Rudnitsky is a stand-up comedian who hails from Harrington Park, New Jersey. He spent his teenage years performing in musicals in high school and doing open mics at The Comic Strip in New York City.


Jill Kimmel

March 10 - 11

(Opens for Jimmy Fallon, Norm MacDonald, Jeffrey Ross, DL Hughley) This married mother of two has always had an appreciation for performing and making people laugh, but didn't discover her true calling until July of 2006. Since then, she’s worked with Jimmy Fallon, Norm Macdonald, Jeffrey Ross, DL Hughley and other great comedians at Stand-Up Live, the Improvs, The Laugh Factory, The Comedy Store and other respected venues around the country.


Buddy Fitzpatrick

March 17

A native of Philadelphia, Buddy Fitzpatrick is currently a New York City club favorite sharing his comedy perspective. His act combines the skill of a great monologist with a physical style that brings his observations to life.


Wali Collins

March 18

Born in Springfield, MA, Wali Collins is New York City’s number one comedian. Wali was and still is an accomplished drummer.