Charleston Comedy Festival 2014 - Stand Up Comedy with Quincy Jones, Sunah Bilsted and Dusty Slay
Saturday, January 18 at 8:00pm
at Lighthouse on the Creek
Online ticket sales have ended, but more tickets are available at the door.
Quincy is originally from Seattle, WA now residing in LA, CA he set himself apart from the rest of the LA scene there by doing 1000 sets in a year. His ability to improvise and create vivid scenes makes him a fan and festival favorite and since "no two sets are the same" he is someone you should catch live whenever you have the chance to.
Raised on The Lower East Side of New York City, after surviving public school and actual seasons, Sunah Bilsted now resides in Los Angeles. She’s in post-production for a short film, #twitterkills, which she wrote and starred in, and she recently worked opposite Robin Williams on the feature film The Angriest Man in Brooklyn, coming out soon/whenever it feels like it. You’ve also seen her writing jokes for Playboy TV’s award winning show Foursome, in Hung on HBO, the dearly departed series Party Down, and in the film happythankyoumoreplease, winner of the 2010 Sundance Film Festival Audience Award. Sunah has also interrupted many of your favorite television programs trying to convince you to purchase a variety of very useful products and services. As an alumna of IO West and the Upright Citizens Brigade, Sunah uses her extensive background in improv to bring a fresh, dynamic presence to the stand-up stage. Her comedy has been described as honest, provocative, personal, witty, and absurd. Oh, and also life changing.
HIGH RES PHOTOS: http://www.sunahbilsted.com/Photos.html
The comedy of Dusty Slay is the world through the eyes of Dusty. He shares observations taken from his life growing up, his many years of waiting tables, life with and without drinking and the many things people say and do that just don't make sense. Dusty has a unique perspective and a genuine approach to stand up comedy and loves to make people laugh. Dusty Slay was raised in Alabama, but has lived in Charleston for the past ten years. He's performed all over the southeast, Los Angeles and New York City. Dusty is the winner of the 2011 and 2012 Charleston Comedy Festivals Stand Up Competition and was voted "Best Local Comic of 2013" by the readers of the Charleston City Paper.