10/2: Mitch Fatel, Chad Riden, T.C. Cope @ Zanies 7:30pm

Mon Oct 2, 2006
7:30 PM
Zanies Comedy Showplace

Is that a sparkle in his eye or is he just confused? With his innocence and friendly demeanor Mitch quickly engages the audience and then catches them off guard with his mixture of mischievous dialog and off color comments. While laughing at observations only Mitch can get away with we are left wondering if he truly understands what he just said. We never really know.
Mitch has been showcasing his talent to rave reviews for the past 10 years. Since then both appreciative audiences and comedy executives have made the same observation about Mitch’s rise to stardom, “It’s just a matter of time.” Well his time has come. After numerous spots on both the “Late Show with David Letterman” and the “Tonight Show with Jay Leno” Mitch is quickly establishing himself as a comedic star. In addition Mitch is one of the few comedians to have ever appeared on “Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist” twice.
An invitation to the prestigious Montreal Comedy Festival this year can only mean more exciting things to come. The Hollywood Reporter also named Mitch as one of their best bets for future fame. He is not retarded.
See for yourself why this unique act has been earning rave reviews wherever he goes.
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Also appearing tonight only..
Chad Riden
The Nashville Scene’s Martin Brady recently wrote, “One of Nashville’s staunchest promoters of comedy, Riden is also a pretty funny guy in his own right. His aggressive, angry-young-man stance of a few years ago has been leavened somewhat, since Riden more recently entered the world of marriage and fatherhood. His observations on the domestic sphere teeter amiably on the edge, but when he wants to, Riden can still zing pop culture, the media and American life in general with incisive wit.”
T.C. Cope
Since dedicating his heart to being a comedian, T.C. has touched people everywhere with the message, “Laughing is Living ” as a technique for survival. As a child, when family gatherings became a time to act silly and onerous, T.C. figured, “I can live with that”. When young and old friends came over to hear local imitations, T.C.
figured, ‘“Laughing is Living” and everybody can live with that’.
T.C. Cope @ NashvilleStandUp.com
Zanies is at 2025 8th Avenue South, Nashville.
For more information: call 615-269-0221, or visit www.zaniesnash.com

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