Catch! Princeton

Hyatt Regency Princeton
102 Carnegie Center
Princeton, NJ 08540

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visit the Hyatt box office,
or call 609.987.8018
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Show Calendar for Catch! Princeton

Jeff Dehart

August 22

Jeff DeHart is an actor, comedian, impressionist and song writer. While attending Monmouth College in New Jersey where he majored in Drama, he wrote, directed and acted in many original one-act plays.


Imus in the Morning's Rob Bartlett and Tony Powell

August 29

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.


Kevin Israel

September 11 - 12

At the age of six, Kevin remembers watching stand-up comics on Saturday Night  Gold. He was obsessed with making people laugh.


James Dorsey

September 18 - 19

After receiving his first D- for conduct in the second grade, James Dorsey realized school was not his cup of tea and took his “disruptive in class” trademark to the stand-up stage and never looked back! He shares life experiences through high energy, witty act outs and facial expressions. His usage of imitations and characters is incredibly vivid and entertaining.


Frankie Pace

September 25 - 26

Frankie began as a trumpet player destined for the "Julliard School of Music". Not seeing a future as a trumpeter he went against his father's wishes and soon found himself working as an apprentice plumber for Local #2 in New York City where he was assigned to help with the construction of The "Towers" at the "World Trade Center". Married and with two children now Frankie still yearned for the arts.


Ryan Maher with Steve Lazarus

October 2 - 3

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.


Tommy Savitt

October 9 - 10

(Boston & Seattle Comedy Festival Winner, Bob & Tom Show, Sirius XM) Comedian/actor/writer Tommy Savitthas made his biggest mark spending the past decade performing stand-up for the United States military and its allies.Tommy’s journey to bring laughter to those who sacrifice for our country has taken him to Air Force, Army, and Naval bases throughout the world. Tommy has also gone international in other ways, making his mark on the Canadian comedy circuit, headlining Saskatoon’s Great Plains Comedy Festival and Calgary’s FunnyFest. Tommy was the 2007 winner of the Boston Comedy Festival and the 2008 winner of the Seattle International Comedy Competition. He is a regular guest on the “Bob & Tom Show” and has also appeared on SiTV’s “Funny Is Funny.” He can be heard daily on Sirius and XM Radio as well as a dozen national television commercials including Adidas,, and Lowe’s. As an actor, Tommy started as Horatio in “Love’s Labour's Lost” at the Expanded Arts Theatre in New York City. Most recently, Tommy has just been nominated for the “Best In Comedy” category of the 2009 Los Angeles Comedy Awards. . .


JJ Ramirez

October 16 - 17

 (SiriusXM Howard Stern, A&E Comedy on the Road, Fox’s Comic Strip Live) J.J. Ramirez has appeared on “The Tonight Show,” Comedy Central's “Latin Kings of Comedy,” and was an opener for Chris Rock and George Lopez.


Luke Ashlocke

October 23 - 24

Originally from Glasgow, Scotland, Luke Ashlocke is a slow rising comedian known for his forgetfulness. His sluggish move to the top is most likely caused by witty two-liners, fake “reality-style” true made-up stories based on derived tales of lore, or unoriginal music that he plays on one of 15 different instruments.


Vanessa Hollingshead

October 30 - 31

Vanessa Hollingshead just came back from a nine country tour of the Middle East where she performed for 15,000 men, then … she did her comedy. Vanessa was voted one of the most outrageous comedians for her half-hour special, “Comedy Central Presents.” She was featured on the “50 Funniest Women Alive” for Oxygen TV.