Teddy Ray and Brent Taylor headline ‘J.ust R.idiculous Comedy Show’ at Stir Crazy in Glendale

Two All Def Digital comedians, Teddy Ray and Brent Taylor, headline “The J.ust R.idiculous Comedy Show” 7 p.m. Sunday at Glendale’s Stir Crazy Comedy Club. The show will also include performances from six Arizona up-and-coming comedians.

Click here to buy tickets. Tickets are $22 and there is no drink minimum. Stir Crazy Comedy Club is inside Westgate Entertainment District on the second floor above Whiskey Rose, 6751 N. Sunset Blvd Suite E-206.

Both Mr. Ray and Mr. Taylor are from Los Angeles. After his first two years as a comedian, Mr. Ray booked his first TV gig on BET’s “Comic View.” He continued to make a name for himself through Russell Simmon’s All Def Digital platform, where he is not only a fan favorite, but his content provided a helping hand in the 1.7 million YouTube subscribers the channel now has. Now with seven years experience in comedy, he has recently continued his crusade to becoming a comedy powerhouse by joining the season 8 cast of MTV’s “Wild N’ Out.” Within the past three years Mr. Ray has gained a cult-like fan base among the internet and continues to make waves in the industry.

Mr. Taylor is also known for his presence on the All Def Digital platform, which is for a new wave of comics in the game. Mr. Taylor does everything from parodies and impersonations, as well as stand up. He is a feature on the popular “Roast Me” battle show through All Def Digital. He and Mr. Ray they have weekly show at the Family Room in LA.

Arizona comic Aziza Jokes will host the event and Arizona comedians Jerrod Lewis, Lee Butler, Drake Holliday, Steven Oaks and Archie Words will also perform.

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