Comic Mike Schaub: Thank God it Was Just Cancer
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The last date listed for Comic Mike Schaub: Thank God it Was Just Cancer was Tuesday December 8, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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Following a two-year run at Caroline's on Broadway and an evening at New York's Theater at Madison Square Garden, comedian Colin Kane takes the stage at The Improv at Ontario Mills. A New York native, Kane's uncensored comedy and sharp crowd work earned him the top spot in Howard Stern's Kill or Be Killed competition, and he is a regular radio guest on The Opie & Anthony Show. Kane has played the New York comedy club circuit as well as venues in Los Angeles, Boston, Washington, D.C., Boston, Mexico City, Norway and Stockholm, and Dennis Miller calls him "the next really big comedian." Learn More
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Featured review from Lula Goolsby
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The main comedian, Mike Schaub, was actually the weakest of all. There were five other comedians before him and they were all funnier. Really enjoyed the host comedian (can't remember his name). Mike's routine focused mostly on his recent bout with cancer and there were few really funny moments.
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Last year 2008, Six family/friends died of Cancer. Right now a good friend that loss her husband to cancer and now her 30 year old daughters ( one of two children) is battling cancer. It's really tough to find any humor in dealing with...continued
Mike Schaub started his Comedy Career producing and hosting weekly comedy shows in AA Clubs in Southern California. His humorous stories of living a life of a homeless alcoholic addict, twisted and distorted view of life in recovery are hilarious.
Mike also survived a battle with cancer in 2008 and 2009 and shares his story of gratitude which will follow a path from surgery, radiation, and chemo through punch lines.
Mike just loves to create an environment where everyone is having fun. Although he makes no apologies if it is at your expense, if you’re insulted by his amazingly witty and spontaneous crowd work, just play along … he will play move on to the next victim as soon as he is ready.