An Evening of Stand Up Comedy
February 11th, 2023- 7:00pm
The Hawk Blackbox
This event takes place at the Hawk Community Center located at 29995 W 12 Mile Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Your host for the evening -Mark Boyd
Mark Boyd spent most of the 80s and 90s, 48 weeks per year, performing in comedy venues, and a few “not-so-comedy” venues, all across the United States and Canada. He has appeared on several comedy showcase programs on television, such as “Evening at the Improv.” Also a talented actor, Mark has appeared in numerous films and television shows including Whip It, 12 Monkeys and MacGyver.
Camila Ballario is an Argentine-born comedian from Michigan. She was voted ‘Best Comedian in Washtenaw County’ in 2020, was winner of ‘Best of Fest’ at the 2021 Big Pine Comedy Festival and 'Best of Fest' at Laugh After Dark Comedy Festival in 2022. Camila has been entertaining crowds far and wide with her fresh brand of stand-up. She often combines her ideas with songs to give a unique look into her perspective on the realities of being a woman in her 30s.
Billy Ray Bauer
Billy Ray Bauer has performed in forty states and in Canada at comedy clubs, casinos, and corporate functions for many major companies including General Motors and Microsoft. He has been a repeat guest on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom radio show and appeared on Fox TV and Canadian TV's “Just for Laughs”. Billy Ray has performed at dozens of comedy clubs including The Funny Bone in Cleveland and Cincinnati, The Ann Arbor Comedy Showcase, Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle in Detroit, Crackers in Indy, Bonkerz in Orlando, The Museum Club in Flagstaff and many more. He has appeared in Las Vegas at the Plaza Hotel and headlined the Rampart Casino. In addition, he's headlined at the Edgewater Resort and Casino in Laughlin, NV, the Rocky Gap Casino in Maryland, the Potawatomi Casino in Milwaukee, WI, and Soaring Eagle Casino in Mt. Pleasant, MI. He's worked with some of your favorite comedians including Tim Allen, Drew Carey, The Smothers Brothers, Lewis Black and Louie Anderson. Billy Ray was voted best local comedian by Hour Detroit magazine in 2017.