Homebrewed Comedy at Buried Acorn Brewing Company
April 2 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The laughs are coming back to Buried Acorn Brewing Company with Homebrewed Comedy on Friday, April 2 at 7 p.m.
The laughs are back to Buried Acorn Brewing Company when Homebrewed Comedy comes to Syracuse on Friday, April 2. Zack Hammond is headlining the show, and he’ll be there with Seth Ruddick, Ellen Doyle and host Mike Peters.
The show will start at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 and are available online now and at the door, which will open at 6:30.
Masks are required upon entry and groups will be seated six feet apart to maintain social-distancing requirements.
About the comedians:
Mike Peters, a Binghamton comedian, specializes in self-deprecating, observational humor. A contributor for Funny or Die, Peters performed at the Funny Bone in Syracuse, the Greenwich Village Comedy Club in New York City, won the Utica Brews Laugh Contest and Uptown Roast Battle and opened for Super Troopers’ Rabbit, Erik Stolhanske and Gilbert Gottfried. Peters produces shows all over New York and hosts his weekly podcast, On the Mic with Mike Peters.
Seth Ruddick has performed in Binghamton, Owego, Cortland, Syracuse and Galeton, Pa., among other places. Worldly for his young age, Ruddick unleashes his cantankerous take on his everyday happenings much to the audience’s delight. Ruddick, a self-deprecating comedian always looking for a free drink, opened for the Reverend Bob Levy.
Ellen Doyle was raised in Scranton and currently resides in Los Angeles. She’s been featured on stages across the United States, including The World Famous Comedy Store in Los Angeles and the Gotham Comedy Club in New York City. She performed at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland and drives a Kia Sorento.
Originally from Maryland, Zack Hammond is approaching a decade of stand-up that’s taken him all around the East Coast while working on recording his four albums, including his latest, “… Because I’m Considerate.” He performs regularly at Wise Crackers in Scranton and has worked in New York City, Philadelphia and Baltimore and opened for Doug Stanhope. Known for his dark take on life, the world and humanity, Hammond won the 2010 NEPA Comedy Idol and NEPA Scene’s Got Talent in 2015.