Sun, Dec 12|
Homebrewed Comedy at Subterranea
Paul Spratt is headlining the night with Seth Ruddick, Joan Raube-Wilson and host Mike Peters.
Time & Location
Dec 12, 2021, 6:00 PM
Subterranea, 31 Lathrop Ave, Binghamton, NY 13905, USA
About the Event
Homebrewed Comedy is coming to the Subterranea in Binghamton on Sunday, Dec. 12. Paul Spratt is headlining and Seth Ruddick and Joan Raube-Wilson will join Mike Peters as part of the bi-monthly series.
The show starts at 6 p.m. Tickets are $5 and available online and at the door, which opens at 5:30 p.m.
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All attendees will need to present their vaccination cards at the door or wear a mask while they're in the audience.
About the comedians:
Mike Peters, a Binghamton comedian, specializes in self-deprecating, observational humor. A contributor for Funny or Die, Peters performed at the Funny Bone in Syracuse, the Greenwich Village Comedy Club in New York City, won the Utica Brews Laugh Contest and Uptown Roast Battle and opened for Super Troopers’ Rabbit, Erik Stolhanske, and Gilbert Gottfried. Peters produces shows all over New York and hosts his weekly podcast, On the Mic with Mike Peters.
Joan Raube-Wilson is a Binghamton native and fairly new to the comedy scene, but she has already earned a reputation as the funniest female comedian under 30 in her apartment complex. She blends witty observational humor, raunchy life anecdotes and expressions of her assorted amusing neuroses. She works as a freelance voiceover artist -- her voice can be heard in many promotional product videos, educational materials for high school math students, a handful of radio ads and one online training course for plumbers.
Seth Ruddick has performed in Binghamton, Owego, Cortland, Syracuse, Utica and Galeton, Pa., among other places. Ruddick unleashes his cantankerous take on his everyday happenings -- from working overnights to his relationships -- much to the audience’s delight. Ruddick has opened for the Reverend Bob Levy and put thousands of comedy miles on his cars during his six-year career.
An up-and-coming comedian in New York City, Paul Spratt has worked in clubs in the tri-state area and scored well in comedy competitions and festivals. Before moving to New York, Spratt began honing his craft in Scranton, Pa. Spratt recorded his first full-length comedy album, “F**k Yeah! Paul’s Here,” in 2017. He’s been featured on Comcast and Sirius XM.
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