Comedy at the Course (January)

Friday, January 27, 2023 @ 7:30 PM
Auburn Golf Course - Bogey’s Public House Banquet Rm.
29630 Green River Rd. SE

Adult: $20
Student/Senior: $17

Comedy at the Course will keep you laughing all night long as three comedians work to twist your funny bone. Ages 18 and over only.

Your Line Up for the evening...

MC - Geoff Brousseau  

Feature - David Tveite 

Headliner - Michael Malone

Michael Malone is an award-winning stand-up comedian, film director, and writer that is currently based in Los Angeles. His blistering humor focuses on breaking down the idiotic ways we deal with life, death, love, and grief.

In 2012, Michael won the Seattle International Comedy Competition. From there he was named 2013's "HOT Comic to Watch." In 2014 he was voted one of the "Top Five Comedy Performers" in the U.S. college market. In 2015 Michael released his second comedy album via Uproar Records titled, "Thirty-One." This album was featured for several weeks on the New and Noteworthy section of iTunes and became a top ten best-selling album on iTunes.

"Malone is as engaging as perfectly-choreographed ballet." - Angela Frissore from AXS Magazine said about Michael's album, "Thirty-One."

Michael has been featured on the second season of Showtime’s drama series, “I’m Dying Up Here.” Multiple episodes of Comedy Central’s “Bad Ass Bitches of History.” “Punchlines” and the first two seasons of “Laughs” on Fox television, the Bob and Tom Show, XM Radio, 24/7 Comedy Radio, the Fusion Channel, WGN, Comcast on Demand, HULU's "Comedy Time", and The CW.

Michael leaped into the film world when he booked the lead in the comedy/horror cult classic film, "Chopping Block” in 2015. The following year he co-wrote, directed, and starred in the film, “Bethlehem.” This was Michael’s debut as a director and writer and the film brought home 16 awards and nominations in the film festival circuit including “Best Feature Film”, “Best Dark Comedy”, “Best Ensemble Cast”, and was even named one of the “Top 10 indie films of 2016” by NUVO Magazine. Michael also wrote, directed, and starred in a short film in 2017 called “Smashing Pumpkins” that was nominated for “Best Film” and “Best Comedy” as well.

Later that year Michael went overseas with the Armed Forces Entertainment Tour and performed for the US military in eleven different countries and started writing a monthly column for "Face the Current" Magazine based on his unique storytelling podcast, "Punched Up.” Michael also created and voiced the animated series "The Good Doctor" on the Funny or Die network. He also created the NSFW anti-nature show on the Laugh Factory's Youtube channel, "Mother F*cking Nature.”

In 2019 Michael directed his own one-hour comedy special that’s streaming on Amazon Prime called, “Laugh After Death.” The special did over 2 million views in the first month and was featured on Amazon’s “Must Watch” comedy list. In 2020, Michael wrote his debut book, “Dead Serious” in which Brad Garrett (Everybody Loves Raymond) wrote the foreword for.

In 2022, Michael directed and hosted a docu-series called, “Monsters.” The episodes cut back and forth between stand-up comedians on stage killing and having in-depth conversations with Michael about the trauma hiding behind their punchlines. Soon after the release of “Monsters”, Michael wrote, directed and released his second special, “Wait & See” which focuses heavily on mental health, grief, suicide, religion and therapy.

Most recently, Michael was invited to become an honorary member of the Harvard Lampoon where he joins the ranks of other comedy legends such as Jon Stewart, David Sedaris and John Cleese.

These days, Michael is finding himself behind the camera more and more, having just wrapped on Ken Garr’s one-hour special, “American Hero” and gearing up for the second season of “Monsters.”

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Adult: $20
Student/Senior: $17