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Comedians for April 2, 2016 show

Mike James has built a reputation of giving his audiences an unforgettably funny show. His

brand of humor fueled by his general confusion of being a husband, father, and just a human

being keeps his audiences laughing and himself in very high demand. From comedy clubs and

casinos to cruise ships and fortune 500 corporate events, Mike James is able to deliver a fresh

and hilarious perspective of life.

Mike has won numerous awards over the years and his background in improvisational

performing ensures his audiences get a one of a kind, and very personal performance.

In addion to his on stage performing, Mike has wrien for Tosh.O, The Daily Show, The Colbert Report,

The Tonight Show, and many others

Brian Kohatsu

Born and raised in Glendale, Arizona, one would think that Brian has a dry sense of humor, but as a half-Japanese guy who looks Mexican, he’s just trying not to get deported. A gifted impressionist, improviser and writer, Brian is one of the hottest comedians on the rise in the southwest.

Brian spent 20 years as an award-winning director before stepping away from the camera for a career in comedy. He quickly found success in radio as the host of The BS Factor with Brian and Stephanie on the All Comedy Radio network.

Then he gained national recognition when many of his sketches were featured on National Lampoon Radio on Sirius/XM.

Brian trained and performed with various improv troupes, before

transitioning to standup. Now he performs at comedy clubs and

corporate events throughout the southwest.

Brian's unique delivery style, his ability to appeal to both young

and old, and his playful knowledge of pop culture have made

him an audience favorite.

Brian is married with two children.

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