Comedians Mike Yard, Nate Bargatze, and Kurt Metzger at EastVille Comedy Club
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The last date listed for Comedians Mike Yard, Nate Bargatze, and Kurt Metzger was Saturday September 12, 2009 / 11:00pm.
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Mike Yard is a comedy veteran and a true New Yorker. He’s been on Showtime at the Apollo, Comedy Central, HBO Def Comedy Jam, and BET’s Comic View.
Nate Bargatze* is a southern born comedian from Old Hickory, Tennessee. He came from a wonderful home where everyone had a great sense of humor. One of Nate’s earliest memories is watching his father who is a world class comedic magician. Stephen Bargatze is in the top 150 greatest sleight of hand magicians in the world. Although Nate admired what his father did, he was lazy about learning the tricks so he decided to go into stand up comedy.
He moved to Chicago and started taking improv classes and doing stand up. He was in Chicago for two years and then moved to New York City. New York is where he started to get real serious about comedy and performing every night. Although he has been in New York for only a short time, he has taken it by storm. He has performed at all the clubs in NYC and continues to be a crowd favorite. He has been featured on CMT’s “Comedy Stage” and “20 Redneck Moments.” He has also recently aired on Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham” and was performed at the 2008 “Just For Laughs” Montreal Comedy Festival in the “New Faces” category receiving critical acclaim in the “Hollywood Reporter”.
Besides regularly performing in many a NYC comedy club, Kurt Metzger’s credits include performing on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham, Showtime’s White Boys in the Hood and as a regular on VH1’s Best Week Ever. Kurt recently filmed a half hour special for Comedy Central, and appeared on Comedy Central’s new show Important Things with Demetri Martin. In 2007, he was the stand out comedian at the Montreal Comedy Festival’s New Faces showcase. He has also been writing for Chappelle’s Show on Comedy Central and several other Spike TV, VH1 and Comedy Central programs.