Congratulations! You’ve survived another Thanksgiving with the family – thanks to copious amounts of alcohol, hiding in the basement, and avoiding all conversations with Uncle Rick. You deserve a night out!
Join Michael Busch & friends for a night of stand up, sketches, music, and other nonsense as we settle into the home stretch of Holiday Season.
Bill Squire (The Alan Cox Show)
Dana Quercioli (Second City Chicago)
And special musical guest…
Coby Hartzler (Coby and The Prisoners, State Bird)
Michael Busch grew up in Mentor, Ohio, and spent 15 years working as an actor, writer, and producer in Los Angeles. You may recognize him as the Sprint Guy from those omnipresent Alltel commercials awhile back; his other TV credits include Adam Ruins Everything, The Goldbergs, Glee, The Middle, Human Giant, and recurring sketches on Conan.
When in LA he is a regular performer at The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre; in Cleveland he produces and performs in various sketch and improv shows around town and also teaches classes. For more information please visit: https://www.themichaelbusch.
Bill Squire is a comedian and the co-host of The Alan Cox Show on 100.7 WMMS The Buzzard in Cleveland that has thousands of listeners/viewers across the country on iHeartRadio and YouTube.
Bill has 4 albums that have millions of streams across Pandora, Spotify, Apple Music, and reached number 1 on iTunes comedy charts. Bill has appeared in Laughs on FOX and Hulu.
Bill’s comedy touches on his life as a step parent, divorce, dating, and leaving the Mormon church in his early 20’s.
Dana Quercioli Originally from Cleveland, Dana started her career at Cabaret Dada Improvisational Theater, and then moved on up to be in the inaugural mainstage cast of The Second City Cleveland. Since Dana loves live comedy, long car rides, and being grossly underpaid, the only logical choice for her was to tour with The Second City Touring Company as a member of RedCo, the very best company in the world. She was lucky enough to visit forty-eight states and four countries outside the U.S. with, please believe, the best cast members anyone could ever ask for. But all good things must come to an end, which is why she spent, like, ten more years working with and for The Second City as a writer, performer and teacher.