**Please note all shows at Pyramid Scheme are 21+

 

Do you like your comedy inoffensive, free of swear words and safe with no opinions. Maybe something you could take your grandmother to? Well, this isn’t the show for you!

This is the 7th Annual Dirty Show, and we plan on bringing you some hilarious jokes with a side of filth. It will be raucous, over the top, offensive and mind blowing! When it is all over your sides will be hurting from laughing and you will walk away with a whole new vocabulary of words you can’t use at church!

 

Adam Degi isn’t just another straight white male comedian. He’s bald, and his talent and joke writing separates him from the pack. He won the Funniest Person in Grand Rapids Competition in 2009 and was in the Semi – Finals of the Comedy 10K in 2014 as well as being featured on the cover of Revue magazine. He Was in the Boston Comedy Festival in 2016 and just released his debut comedy album His Name Is My Name Too in September of 2017.

His strangely endearing personality and ability to riff, rant and improvise sets him apart and makes every show unique. With an unapologetic, outspoken, unfiltered, and often unscripted act it’s difficult to tell when he’s telling a well written joke or just getting something off his chest. Adam Degi is anything but predictable and when he has a microphone in his hand you never know what might happen, he might even sing A cappella, so grab a seat and pay attention!

 

Thus far, life has exceeded the expectations of Zach Martina. He certainly never thought some stranger would be reading to find out more about him but here we are. Anyway, here’s what you need to know – He loves his wife, his daughters are his inspiration, and his hair is real. Also worth noting, he’s not angry, he’s just passionate about the inane topics he chooses to ponder. HE’S NOT SCREAMING; HE’S JUST MAKING SURE YOU HEAR HIM!!!

Zach brings his big energy to crowds across America delivering dark jokes in a delightful manner while pointing the finger of blame at everyone except himself. His debut album Skunkman released on iTunes and flew to near the top of the comedy charts. He’s been of the Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival, the Limestone Comedy Festival & San Francisco Sketchfest in addition to being featured as part of the Best of the Midwest at Gilda’s LaughFest. He’s worked with the likes of Kyle Kinane, Big Jay Oakerson, Sean Patton and regularly tours with Rory Scovel & Artie Lange.

 

Mike Szar has survived dating, dead-end jobs and a questionable college career in the wilds of Ohio.  He’s distilled what he’s seen and learned into a dark, smart and quirky comedic vision that finds the universal humor in everyday angst. One of the hardest-working comics in the Midwest, he’s opened for Brad Williams and Bobcat Goldthwait and toured regionally.  His exasperated but hopeful observations have made him a comedic talent to watch from the fertile rust belt comedy underground.

 

Hailing from Cleveland, OH, Mary Santora is a fresh breath of femininity in the otherwise male dominated world of stand-up.  Her quick witted, observational style has landed her the opportunity to not only perform across the country, but to open for such comedic greats as Jen Kirkman, Dave Attel, and Tom Papa.  She was named “The Best Female Comedian” by The Cleveland Scene Magazine two years in a row in 2016 and 2017, took second place in the 2015 Cleveland Comedy Festival, and is quickly making a name for herself as one the best up and coming comedians in the Midwest.

 

“Iron” Mike Bussler is the current number one contender for the Funniest Person in Grand Rapids competition. Using true stories mixed with short jokes, he will succeed where he fell short in years prior. He has worked with Brian Poshen and other champions of old and new. A show with Iron Mike is not one to miss!

 

Mike Logan in his own words: “I used to be a janitor at Harvard, if  I saw a math equation on a chalkboard while I was cleaning I’d solve it. My best friend is Ben Affleck. When I’m not being a closeted genius I’m traveling all over the Midwest telling jokes. I like to bring a unique perspective to the human condition, touching on topics ranging from race relations to hating my daughter’s crush. Always a good time and always thought provoking.”