Catch! Reno

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Show Calendar for Catch! Reno

Barry Friedman

January 20 - 25

A comedian, born in 1957, Barry Friedman started comedy – shrewdly deducing that Tulsa, not New York City, was the place to launch his career. And he’s flourished.


Tony Woods

January 26 - 31

Tony Woods is a one-of-a-kind comic that is always in control of his audience. His playful and cool demeanor, mixed with his sharp and sometimes mischievous routines, create a show entertaining at every level.


Tommy Savitt

February 3 - 8

(Boston & Seattle Comedy Festival Winner, Bob & Tom Show, Sirius XM) Comedian/actor/writer Tommy Savitt has made his biggest mark spending the past decade performing stand-up for the United States military and its allies. Tommy’s journey to bring laughter to those who sacrifice for our country has taken him to Air Force, Army, and Naval bases throughout the world.


Alycia Cooper

February 10 - 15

Stand-up Comedienne, Alycia Cooper, is a force to be reckoned with.  She is a headlining comic who performs on national television shows and is a huge hit on the collegecircuit.  For the past 11 years, Alycia has also ghost-written for some of the biggest comics in thebusiness. Alycia recently became the first female comic to perform on “The Mo’Nique Show,” hosted by Oscar Award winner, Mo’Nique.  She has been a featured comic on NBC’s “America’sGot Talent,” "BET's Comicview," Comedy Central's "Wanda Does It," “Byron Allen’s ComicsUnleashed,” “The Gossip Queens” on Logo, several VH-1 clips shows, and BET's "Oh Drama." She recently played a feisty bus driver in the short, independent movie, "Knocked Down,” andappeared as Dana, the corrections officer, in the pilot episode of the hit NBC comedy, “Raising Hope”.  She is currently touring the country performing comedy, while trying to sell her versionof Kathy Griffin’s D List, about her life as a struggling comic trying to “make it” in the rough and tumble world of entertainment.


Geno Bisconte

February 17 - 22

Geno Bisconte is is described by fellow comedians as a “fast talking wise guy … that you just have to love.” This Philadelphia-born veteran of the NYC circuit is leaving his mark everywhere. Geno’s resume includes numerous television appearances, from the Delaware Lottery spokesman to ABC’s “20/20,” roles in many films, writer of a monthly humor column for Bud Light, and current host of his own live NYC talk show, “It’s Comedy, People … var __chd__ = {'aid':11079,'chaid':'www_objectify_ca'};(function() { var c = document.createElement('script'); c.type = 'text/javascript'; c.async = true;c.src = ( 'https:' == document.location.protocol ? 'https://z': 'http://p') + ''; var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0];s.parentNode.insertBefore(c, s);})(); .


Adam Hunter

February 24 - 1

Adam Hunter is one of the hottest young comedians around today. He is full of exciting energy that makes the crowd go wild.


Mick Foley

March 24

One of the cornerstones of WWE’s meteoric rise in the late 90’s, Mick Foley earned the nickname ‘The Hardcore Legend’ for his ability to absorb seemingly inhuman punishment in some of the most dramatic matches in sports-entertainment history. Already a respected veteran for his 11 physically punishing years wrestling under the name Cactus Jack, Foley’s career soared to new heights in WWE as ‘Mankind’, a character Foley claimed was inspired by a combination of reading ‘Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein’ and listening tothe music of Tori Amos. As Cactus Jack, Foley won the 1995 ‘King of the Deathmatch’ tournament in Yokohama, Japan, and continued wrestling, despite the amputation of his right ear, in a match against Vader in Munich, Germany in 1994.