Kellicut has worked with such big names as Dave Chapelle, Tracy Morgan, Dana Carvey, Robin Williams “and a lot of people whom you’ve never heard of but are still hilarious.” He’s been in theatre in the Bay Area since age 5 and has been keeping audiences in stitches since he began doing stand-up comedy at 21, with his musings about the simple things in life: Why is his dog so happy? Why do we do the jobs we do? And what is that smell?
Gubser who hails from Sacramento has performed at comedy festivals throughout California, explores topics ranging from fatherhood and dating, to politics and religion, leaving audiences with nearly as much to think about as to laugh about.
Doors open at 8:30 p.m. with comedy at 9:30 p.m. Admission is $10 at the door and the show is recommended for those 18 and over only. Limited table seating is available with a two-drink minimum. Cocktails, beer, wine, snack foods, desserts, and refreshments will be on hand.
Whether you make it a date night with your main squeeze, a night out with friends or just a night to get out and have some laughs, don’t miss what is sure to be a side splitting evening with Conor Kellicut and Matt Gubser at the Mateel Comedy Cabaret this Friday, Sept. 7th. For more information, call 923-3368 or visit www.mateel.org.