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Comedians on the Loose at the Montrose Movie Theatre
September 17 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pmFree
P.S.Y.C.H. 607, the Montrose Movie Theatre, 2 Dogz and a Guy Brewing, Paul Washburn All Clean Services and Tom Ferme Productions are bringing a Comedians on the Loose to Montrose. Every other Monday beginning on Sept. 17, you’ll be able to see four of the top local comedians from Scranton, Binghamton, Ithaca and Syracuse, who’ll help you laugh the night away.
Every show will begin at 8 p.m. and is completely free. Donations for the comedians are welcome, though. Concessions will be available, along with beverages from 2 Dogz and a Guy Brewing.
The Sept. 17 lineup:
Mike Peters, a Binghamton comedian, is a co-founder of P.S.Y.C.H. 607. Peters specializes in self-deprecating, observational humor. He’s a regular host at Spotlight in Binghamton, has performed at the Funny Bone in Syracuse, the Greenwich Village Comedy Club in New York City, won the Utica Brews Laugh Contest and opened for Super Troopers’ Rabbit, Erik Stolhanske and Gilbert Gottfried.
A New Berlin, N.Y., native, Adam Munio got his start in comedy in Lawrence, Kan., before moving back to upstate New York. Munio, a member of Poor Decisions Live!, placed twice at the Utica Brews Laugh Contest and finished second in Matty B’s Roast Battle I.
The funniest Ethiopian you’ve ever met, Abdul Hadi is a favorite in Syracuse. He won the Comedy and Chill competition in Syracuse and brings a pleasant mix of self-deprecating humor and a love of the finer things in life — like Cinnamon Toast Crunch.
Kenneth McLaurin has long gone by the moniker “The Funniest Person You’ve Never Heard Of,” but because of the success of his freshman album, “Cuttin’ Up, Comedy at The Shop,” he now adds the title of most listened to person on Spotify in the Village of Ithaca. Witty, clever, Insightful and sometimes shocking, but always funny is what you get with McLaurin.