Date: September 21, 2019
Time: 7 PM
All tickets - $19 plus tax
About Sheboygan Food Bank Community Comedy Night:
Please consider bringing canned fruit (in 100% juice, or its own juice), canned tuna, low-sugar cereal, to help the Sheboygan County Food Bank provide healthy food for the 3,000 families they serve.
The night will feature three hilarious stand-up comedians for the entire community to enjoy. A portion of proceeds will benefit the Sheboygan Food Bank.
Dana Ehrmann first tried stand-up as a student at Carthage College in Kenosha, and has been self-deprecating and discussing sort-of-but-not-quite-adulthood on stage ever since. Now based in Milwaukee, she has performed at the Milwaukee Comedy Festival, Cream City Comedy Festival and Great Spirit Comedy Festival, and opened for Hari Kondabolu, Charlie Berens, Dan Soder and Sean Patton. She’s also sorry she hasn’t watched that t.v. show you recommended, but she just has, like, a lot going on right now. Fun fact, Dana opened up for Charlie Berens in 2018 and 2019 at the Weill Center.
Improv/stand-up comic for the past 6 years. His home base is The Backlot Comedy House in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. You can also find him working as a teacher and radio announcer. Fun fact, he doesn't like soup with broccoli in it. Originally from Manitowoc, WI. Please do not converse with him about it.
J Tyler Menz
J Tyler Menz is one sweet pickle.Tyler's humor draws on his experiences as an elementary school teacher, stories about his family, and his deep contempt of how painfully white he is. He has worked with a wide range of comedians, including Tig Notaro, Jim Norton, and Andy Kindler, and has toured as the featured act for Christopher Titus, Todd Barry, and Steve-O (which was cool because they have matching tattoos). In addition to performing stand up, Tyler produces and hosts many shows in the Milwaukee area including The Goodnight Milwaukee Show (sketch), Voyager (improv), and the Visitors Guide to Springfield podcast. He has also been seen performing at The Milwaukee Comedy Fest, Van’s Warped Tour, The 10,000 Laughs Comedy Festival, The Cream City Comedy Festival, and Gilda’s Laughfest. Tyler enjoys kale, farmers markets, his 1997 Hyundai Sonata, and reassuring people that he isn't a snitch. Seriously, guys, he is not a snitch.
- Doors open at 6 p.m.
- Weill Center members receive 10% off.
- No refunds or exchanges.
- We are not affiliated with any secondary ticket markets.