Executive Lounge Productions (www.executiveloungeproductions.com
) brings you “Dial Up!” Having sold out venues all across the country, Dial Up is back in New York for a limited time. Featuring comedians from Comedy Central, VH1, MTV, truTV as well as featured on the Late Show with David Letterman.
Brett Siddell (Chevy Camaro Commercial, Mountain Dew, Sirius XM Radio) has been an on-air personality and producer at Sirius/XM Satellite Radio for over 5 years, and an award-winning stand-up comedian for more than a decade. He is an actor (star of Chevy Super Bowl ad "Happy Grad" and several films) a voice-over artist (voice of Diet Mountain Dew), and live event host for both companies and charities (Camp Sundown, Our Haven Interactive Communities, Shea's Youth Basketball Association).
Featuring J.R. Havlan who is a 7-time Emmy Award winning writer for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart who has worked at the show since the very first day it started in 1996. Before that J.R. wrote monologue jokes and did crowd warm-up for Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher. He was a contributing writer for "America (The Book)" and "Earth (The Book)", two Daily Show projects that were on the New York Times best seller list for an obscenely long time, and he also wrote for The Academy Awards in 2006 and 2008 where he quite mischievously touched the hem of Martin Scorsese's garment, but in a good way. As a stand-up comedian J.R. has performed all over the country and on numerous television shows most notably Late Night with Conan O'Brien and The Late Show with David Letterman. J.R. lives in Manhattan at an undisclosed address.
Emcee Danny Mahar is the founder of Executive Lounge Productions (www.executiveloungeproductions.com) and brings to you a one of a kind show every night. His first tour, "Dial Up!," is currently finishing with a live recording of his first album on November 10th. He emcees all over the country and performes his act in any venue. "It's time comedy came off the internet and back to the people," Danny says, "too bad we're not still all on Dial Up!" From impersonations to self deprecating humor, his loveable stage presence wins you over as you enjoy this memorable night.