Comedy Key West presents Harrison Stebbins



On Thursday and Friday, Jan. 3-4, Comedy Key West presents standup comedian Harrison Stebbins with Key West locals at Bottlecap.

With a sarcastic wit and an improvisational style, Stebbins has quickly become one of the most popular acts in the Northeast. His unique blend of highenergy physical comedy and clever insight keeps audiences laughing long after he has left the stage.

He has performed in some of the world’s best comedy clubs, including Caroline’s Comedy Club, Nick’s Comedy Stop, Gotham Comedy Club, Catch a Rising Star and, of course, Mottley’s Comedy Club in Boston (his Wednesday night shows in the city have become the stuff of legend).

His hilarious on-stage persona has won over countless audiences from high school students to corporate executives, and crowned him the current champion of the Sam Adam’s Best of Boston comedy competition. He has performed on the Comedy Central Live Tour, Dave Attell’s Insomniac Tour (featured on Comedy Central) and The Comcast Comedy Stoplight.



Harrison has worked with an impressive list of national acts such as Dave Chapelle, Dane Cook, Larry the Cable Guy, Steven Wright, Kevin Nealon, Dave Attell, Jeffrey Ross, Harlon Williams, Joe Rogan, Steve Sweeney, Lewis Black, Rita Rudner, Jim Breuer, Kevin Pollack, Tommy Davidson, D.L. Hughley and Anthony Clark. His razor-sharp wit and animated persona have made him one of stand-up comedy’s fastest rising stars and an act you don’t want to miss.

Winner of the 2018 Key West Chamber of Commerce Venture Award, Comedy Key West LLC is an entertainment company that specializes in showcasing the best in live stand-up comedy and original films in various venues across Key West. Comedy Key West enjoys the support of the Florida Keys Council of the Arts, the leading arts and cultural organization in the Florida Keys. As the non-profit local arts agency in Monroe County, it connects audiences from around the world to galleries, theaters, museums, festivals, dance, music and more from Key Largo to Key West. FKCA makes grants, supports Art in Public Places and promotes the destination for its rich and diverse history in art and culture. The Arts Council provides services to visual and performing artists, arts organizations, students and the public, striving to instill a passion for and participation in the arts. Visit them at www.keysarts.com

Bottlecap is at 1128 Simonton St. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and showtime is 8:30 p.m. Seating is on a first arrival basis. For more information about the comedians and to purchase tickets ($15), visit www.comedykeywest.com. ¦

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