Stand Up at The Flash, Chris Coccia

Stand Up at The Flash

Chris Coccia

Missy Grynkiewicz, Chris Stenta, Jeremy Hall

Thu, January 26, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

This event is all ages

Stand Up at The Flash
Stand Up at The Flash
An evening of the FOUR or FIVE of the best Philadelphia area comics in Kennett Square for one low price!
Chris Coccia
Chris Coccia
Chris Coccia's act is a perfect combination of hilarious material and the ability to present it "in the moment." Flowing seamlessly between material and improvised interaction with the crowd, Chris is able to open the audience up as he pulls them into a shared recognition of our own humanness. He's appeared on Comedy Central, The Game Show Network and XM Radio plus is a frequent and favorite guest on several Philadelphia based radio shows.
Missy Grynkiewicz
Missy Grynkiewicz
Missy Grynkiewicz wants to live in a world where nobody is cranky out loud, menopause is a happy thing, pants are optional, laughter is required, and dogs are in charge.

As a stand up comic who has performed at countless venues up and down the East Coast, Missy’s personable, intimate, and captivating style is winning with a wide range of audiences. Drawing from real life experience, her sharp-witted insights into being human are universally appealing.

Signed by Realize Records in 2012, her freshman CD, “Miss Representation,” made the first round Grammy nomination list for funniest comedy album and was picked up by Pandora radio.

Missy finds the experience of shared laughter to be life’s greatest gift and is grateful for those that laugh with her (or at her). To find out more, go to www.missygrynkiewicz.com!
Chris Stenta
Chris Stenta
Chris Stenta hosts This Delinquent Life every Tuesday at 9:30 on Laffcast.com/tdl. And the first Wednesday of every month you can see the show live at Good Good Comedy theatre in Philadelphia.
Jeremy Hall
Jeremy Hall
Jeremy Hall is a stand-up comedian originally from the Baltimore/DC area. He has been performing comedy since 2012. Jeremy studied acting in New York City for 2 years at The Studio . Upon returning to his hometown from Manhattan, Jeremy felt the urge to try performing comedy on stage at local bar shows. He immediately fell in love with the craft and has since progressed to performing in showcases, competitions and private events as often as possible. In 2014 and 2015, he was a finalist in the Next Stand-Up Star competition at the Baltimore Comedy Factory. At just under 5-feet tall, Jeremy has a unique perspective on the world that he incorporates into his on-stage performance. With topics like marriage, divorce, past drug abuse and life as a short man, his comedy is something that is very unique to him and crowds always love.
Venue Information:
The Kennett Flash
102 Sycamore Alley
Kennett Square, PA, 19348
http://www.kennettflash.org