Iron Horse Community TheatreAmbridge, PA, United States

Standup Comedy Night

By Iron Horse Theatre Company (other events)

10 Dates Through Nov 25, 2022


Get ready for the new Standup Comedy Night season at Iron Horse Community Theatre! The Iron Horse Theatre Company begins its 2022 season in February with a stand-up comedy night. Our first Friday Standup Comedy Night for the new year will be Friday, February 11. It will be part of our special comedy/concert Valentine’s weekend. We also have Standup Comedy Nights on May 20, July 29, September 23, and November 25. So, grab a drink and a snack and be prepared to laugh your a#% off! 

The show dates and comedians are as follows:

       February 11 Headliner: Mike Wysocki (WDVE Morning Show and hosts his own weekly podcast) 

       May 20 Headliner: Mo Alexander (Featured on Kevin Hart's "Heart of the City")

       July 29 Headliner: Chanel Ali (Comedy Central and MTV)

       September 23 Headliner: Gwen Sunkel - Her album “No More Tears” debuted at #1 on the Apple and Amazon comedy charts.

       November 25 Headliner:  

Doors open at 7:00. Shows start at 7:30. General Admission tickets are $20.00. Seniors (64+) and students are $18.00. 

Our September 23 full lineup:

Headliner: Gwen Sunkel - Gwen Sunkel is a comedian and wig enthusiast from Indianapolis. Her album “No More Tears” debuted at #1 on the Apple and Amazon comedy charts.

Feature: Harry Gilliland - Graduate student, graduate comedian, former child, and aspiring pile of paper clips.
Feature: Andreas O’Rourke - Andreas O'Rourke is a Stand Up Comedian and Actor, who has had the opportunity to perform across the Tri State area. He has also starred in several independent films, and has worked professionally in commercials. He loves performing in front of the camera, and on stage.
Host: Derek Minto - Derek Minto is a stand-up comedian currently residing on the top of a mountain in Pittsburgh, PA. Derek was voted best comic in the City Paper Best of the Burgh in 2016. In 2020, Derek recorded his first comedy album, ‘Live from Lawerenceville’s Finest Ham Themed Bar’ inside Hambone’s during the Covid lockdown. Derek has opened for Hannibal Burgess, Todd Glass, John Heffron, and Amy Schumer once drunkenly told him he was very funny. Derek has traveled the United States doing comedy but still finds any city without fries on their salad gross.