Stir Crazy Comedy All Stars

May 26

Stir Crazy Comedy All Stars



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Enjoy a night of hilarity with some of Stir Crazy's favorite comedians!

Tim Bateman

Tim is an Australian comedian living and working in the United States. He’s been seen and heard on the Bob & Tom Show, WGN, TBS, Fox 10 News,  Tim has also been overseas to Kuwait and Iraq to entertain the troops.

His corporate clients are some of the best – including, Intel, EideBailly, Lennar, US Home, Bank of America & D.A.R.E. Tim is the winner of the Happy Givemore Comedy Contest, the Funniest Person in Phoenix and the Funniest Newcomer in LA as well as a twice finalist in the annual Gulf South Comedy Challenge.

Lamar Mitchell Jr

Producer of the J.ust R.idiculous Show, Lamar Mitchell J.R. (J.ust R.idiculous) is a stand-up comedian/actor/writer native to Chicago, IL who spent his teenage years in Phoenix, AZ. Lamar has always been a fan of comedy and has been the family comic since birth. Lamar has never displayed fear when in front of an audience of friends, classmates and co-workers. His quick wit allows him to come up with just ridiculous stories about any and everything. Lamar learned at an early age that a smile and laughter can get you through the toughest situations. "I think that laughter and having the ability to smile can change the complexion of all things that aren’t pretty in life" says Lamar. He's opened for Lavelle Crawford, Dewayne Kennedy, and comedian Shang.

Gene Moore
Writer/actor/producer/comedian Gene Moore's humor is high energy and fast paced! He's a front-row-friendly comedian that can entertain any audience. His humor is observational, hopeful and based on his life experiences as a gay, Hispanic Army veteran and makes it relatable and humorous to all audiences.

Ashley Rose

Ashley Rose is stand-up comedian based out of Arizona. She performs in the local club scene across the valley. As a full time single parent raising kids and attempting to have a social life, her humor is relatable on many levels.