Catch! Princeton

Hyatt Regency Princeton
102 Carnegie Center
Princeton, NJ 08540

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formed a partnership with the
National Association of Comedians.
It is a unique organization that provides support
for working comedians. It's often difficult for a
touring comedian to find adequate Health Insurance
and other necessary services most
Human Resources Departments provide.
The NAC has leveraged the power of numbers
so that individual comedians will have access
 to group discounts including health insurance. 
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national professional association. Using the
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your business cards, marketing materials and
web site will give you credibility and give your
career a boost.   You will gain knowledge through
educational seminars and communication
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Comedian Member Dues:  $19.99 per year.
Show Calendar for Princeton

Erin Jackson

September 23 - 24

Armed with a megawatt smile and a very unique perspective, Erin Jackson is poised to take the world of comedy by storm! In fact, she’d probably be well on her way to superstardom by now if her friends and family hadn’t spent so many years tearing down her dreams and stealing her joy. Since making a name for herself in the comedy clubs of Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD, Erin has garnered national attention with performances on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and Comedy Central’s “Live At Gotham.” She was a semifinalist on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing 6,” and was a featured writer and performer for TBS's “Bitcom” series.


Stacey Kendro

September 30 - 1

Stacy Kendro has been a Vegas favorite for years & is a regular at Dangerfield's and the Broadway Comedy Club in New York City.  Special appearances: opened for Joan Rivers, Just For Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival and PAX TV's Marshall's Women of Comedy with Caroline Rhea.


Jeff Pirrami

October 7 - 8

Born and raised in Buffalo, New York, Jeff Pirrami moved to Philadelphia, where he took the stage for the first time at the age of 29. Using his weight as fuel for his stand-up, Jeff was a hit and, after only six months of performing, won a comedy competition at the Comedy Stop in Atlantic City.


Patrick Garrity

October 14 - 15

(SiriusXM Raw Dog) Patrick Garrity is comedic composer who has orchestrated symphonies of laughter with a versatility on stage that makes him an easy fit for any audience. Starting comedy at an early age, Patrick has developed into a veteran of the road.


Gary Delena with 101.5's Steve Trevelise

October 21 - 22

Gary DeLena is a triple threat showman. A singing impressionist, an accomplished musician, and a comedian. His show mixes musical parodies, good natured clowning and the ability to befriend the room by simply chatting. With all the hostile comedy making the rounds, DeLena is a wonderful refuge, fun for fun’s sake. With 101.5's Steve Trevelise .


Ryan Maher

October 28 - 29

Ryan Maher is a 24 year old ball of fire that is blazing through the Northeast comedy scene. He first got his "break" into the entertainment business by being a professional wrestling personality for 8 years on the independent circuit.


Adam Hunter

November 11

Adam Hunter is one of the hottest young comedians around today. He is full of exciting energy that makes the crowd go wild.


Give Kids the World Village Fundraiser with Caroline Rhea

November 17

Click For Tickets  Caroline Rhea, stand-up comedian and actress, brings a fresh, smart and spontaneous approach to all of her work. In 1989, Caroline ventured to New York to start her career in stand-up comedy. She studied in the stand-up program at the New School of Social Research and trained at the comedy club, Catch a Rising Star.


Max Dolcelli

November 18 - 19

Max Dolcelli has appeared just about everywhere and done just about everything a comedian can do, performing in comedy clubs and comedy festivals in the U.S. and Canada, casinos and clubs in Las Vegas, Atlantic City and the Bahamas, at corporate events and on cruise ships, and on television and radio.   After nearly 30 years of making people laugh, Max has the experience and repertoire to deliver the kind of show people want, whether it's clean comedy for a corporate, private or other event, or a more risqué, late-night comedy club style. Opened for and worked with premier entertainers such as Jerry Seinfeld, Robin Williams, Ray Romano, Tim Allen, Sam Kinison, Redd Foxx, Rosie O’Donnell, Little Richard and others.


Imus in the Morning's Rob Bartlett

November 26

Rob Bartlett started performing stand-up comedy in 1978 hoping it would lead to a career in acting. Nearly 30 years later, Rob has become one of the most versatile performers around.


Eddie Clark

December 2 - 3

Eddie Clark is one of the hardest working comics on the circuit today. His quick wit and funny stories, combined with his masterful characters, are a hit with audiences all over.


Uncle Floyd

December 9 - 10

Uncle Floyd began his career in show business as a child, dancing at the 1964 World's Fair in New York and at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City. As a high school student he was being groomed by dance and piano instructors to pursue careers in those fields.


New Years Eve party with Joe DeVito

December 31

Joe DeVito has the power to start fires using his mind, and he also does standup  comedy. Whether taking on relationships, his Italian-American family, or current events, Joe’s dead-on timing, unexpected twists and sheer flights of lunacy make him a favorite at clubs and colleges across the USA, and at the top venues in New York City. After spending a decade as a journalist and advertising writer, Joe gave into his co-worker’s demands to try performing so he could find fame, while they finally got some work done.