Kelsey Cook

Thu, Sep 30, 2021
Fri, Oct 1, 2021
Sat, Oct 2, 2021

Kelsey Cook

with Pete Bergen and Tommy Schneeman

KELSEY COOK's stand-up special was released earlier this year on EPIX’s Unprotected Sets. She made her late night debut on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, followed by A Little Late with Lilly Singh on NBC. Her other television appearances include Comedy Central’s This is Not Happening, AXS TV Presents Gotham Comedy Live, Punchline on FOX, Uproarious on FUSE and Greatest Party Story Ever on MTV. She has spent the last six years touring in over 60 cities across the country.

Kelsey splits her time between Los Angeles and New York where she is a paid regular at The Comedy Cellar, The Stand, Gotham Comedy Club, The Laugh Factory and the Comedy and Magic Club. Kelsey also co-hosts the Self-Helpless podcast with fellow comedians, Taylor Tomlinson and Delanie Fischer. It can regularly be found on the iTunes Top Comedy Charts and has featured guests like Brian Regan, Michael Bublé, Whitney Cummings, Tan France and Bert Kreischer. Her foosball webseries “Wrists of Fury” currently has over twenty episodes where Kelsey hustles fellow comedians who don’t know she’s a World Champion foosball player. Kelsey’s debut album Savor It can be found on iTunes, Spotify and Pandora.

Pete Bergen

He may look and sound gruff but he is a big bear of a sweetheart. You'll love his take on his own sordid history and observations in general. He has opened for and performed with some heavy hitters like Patton Oswalt, Rory Scovel, David Koechner, Bobcat Goldthwait, Chris Gethard and Chris Katan.

Pete also has over 19 years in recovery and is in demand at 12 step conventions all over. You may recognize him from his television. He has appeared on America's Most Wanted and is a regular on Investigation Discovery. He almost always plays a cop because.... well... look at him. Pete can also be seen as a contributor offering humorous takes on the days events on local panel shows "Like It Or Not" and "The Final 5" (both on Fox 5).

Tommy Schneeman

Tommy started doing comedy in 2016 after realizing that sitting at a desk for the next 50 years wasn't appearing to be as sexy as he thought it'd be. While graduating from Second City's Conservatory Program, Tommy also dove into standup. Highlights include opening for Jeff Dye, Louie Anderson, Chris Franjola, and becoming a paid performer at clubs like the Chicago Improv, Zanies, The Laugh Factory, Skyline Comedy Club, and the Comedy Bar. His boyish style and good attitude will have you thinking "was that funny or do I just see a potential son in him?"