A Night of Comedy in The Light Box with John Dick Winters

The Rialto proudly presents

A Night of Comedy in The Light Box with John Dick Winters

Sophia Smarandescu, Garrison Choitz, Kyle McAfee, Charley Macorn

Thu · September 6, 2018

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

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

General Admission tickets for this event are mostly seated. Notice, seating is first come first serve.

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John Dick Winters
John Dick Winters
John Dick Winters is a stand up comedian, comedy producer and storyteller based in Pittsburgh but has performed as far away as just outside of Pittsburgh. He is the founder of Race to the Coffin Comedy and the Burning Bridges Festival, the largest comedy fest in Pennsylvania. Probably. Who knows to be honest? Prove him wrong.

Touring the country on the national independent comedy circuit for nearly a half decade John has worked with countless of incredibly talented comics that no one has ever heard of and a few whose name’s you may actually recognize such as: Aparna Nancherla, Brian Posehn, James Adomian, Sean Patton, Ron Funches, Kyle Kinane, Myq Kaplan, Sara Schaefer, Rory Scovel, Geoff Tate, Kyle Dunnigan, Shane Torres, Graig Gass, Steve Byrne and the late Ralphie May.

JDW is a three time Moth soryslam winner including one GrandSLAM victory, he won the innagural Acrcade Comedy Theater Contest in 2014 and placed 3rd in the Funniest Comic in Pittsburgh contest in 2015, has his own segment on the WDVE Morning Show w/ Randy Baumann and has been part of many comedy festivals such as; The Cleveland Comedy Fest(14,15), The Pittsburgh Comedy Fest(14,15), The Accidental Comedy Fest(14,16), The Cape Fear Comedy Fest(14,15), the Scruffy City Comedy Fest(14), The DVE Comedy Fest(15,16,17) and was just recently accepted to the Memphis Comedy Fest(18). In Novemeber of 2016, three days after trump was elected, John recorded his first hour long comedy special ironically titled “Celebrate the Ugly Things”. It streams for free on YouTube.

His style is part observational, part autobiographical, part mumble. Heavily tattooed, always in black, standing over 6ft tall, John looks intimidating but his comedy is anything but. John Dick Winters will play your bar, your living room, your black box theater, your garage, your comedy club and whoever is in attendance will leave smiling.
Sophia Smarandescu
Sophia Smarandescu
Sophia Smarandescu, local comedy terrorist, leaves a wave of destruction and confused looks wherever she goes. Her comedic style blends real life experiences, chairs, and microwaves. She has appeared in Beast Village Comedy Festival and opened for Tony Clifton. She just recently relocated to Bozeman from Des Moines and is afraid of Montana bears.
Garrison Choitz
Garrison  Choitz
Garrison Choitz has been in the joke saying game for a little over 4 years. He has garnered his comedic styling by staring deeply into the abyss of social constructs and the failings of human language to communicate effectively. He'd like you to be disoriented by his jokes, and to perhaps glimpse the peeling paint of the institutions we've all come to accept as reality.
Kyle McAfee
Kyle McAfee
Kyle McAfee has been performing standup comedy in Missoula Montana and other Montana towns for the last 3 and a half years. He was a finalist in the homegrown comedy competition in 2016, a regular performer at Missoula's Curry Comedy Series, and a co-founder of Missoula's Movie Mockers- a live local version of Mystery Science Theater 3000. Kyle is also an actor/writer/director and co-creator of the web-series M-Squad, a sometimes Rapper, and a Father of a wonderful 3 year old.
Charley Macorn
Charley Macorn
Missoula, Montana’s Charley Macorn is a writer, comedian, and alumna of the Portland Queer Comedy Festival. Over the last two years they’ve toured over 10,000 miles performing to the delight of audiences across these United States. Most audiences, anyway. Some people just weren’t having it. While not traveling the country, Charley works as the third-string film critic at the Missoula Independent. Visit them online at charleymacorn.com
Venue Information:
Rialto Bozeman
10 West Main St.
Bozeman, MT, 59715