Venue Details

55 Star Starred
Rooster T. Feathers Comedy Club
at Murphy Street 157 West El Camino Real Sunnyvale, CA 94087
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Two drink minimum
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Bring a plastic fork if you plan on ordering any food.
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Reviews & Ratings

13 ratings
3.2 average rating
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4 reviews
0 stars
attended Feb 12 2010

Hilarious! Good audience work. Started a little slow but heated up to uproarious. Solid material. Rated R for mature audiences.

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140 reviews
21 stars
attended Sep 21 2007

I actually went to the 10:30PM Friday show but it was canceled due to only 8 people showing up. However, I did attend the Sunday 8PM show as Michael Pace's guest. ... continued

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13 reviews
0 stars
attended Dec 16 2012

Mike Pace was boring - not funny, his routine had many stops that caused him to loose my attention ... he did not have any deep insights into the human nature, his... continued

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Mike Pace has been doing comedy since gas was $1.50 a gallon and he drove a Datsun. At the time, he wore a thrift store vintage tuxedo jacket, untied tennis shoes and a mullet. After raising three kids, Mike has learned to tie his shoes, got a haircut, buys clothes from a regular store and now headlines all over the country.

He has performed at HBO’s Aspen Comedy Arts Festival, where he was a crowd favorite. His relationship with HBO continued on Larry David’s Emmy Award-winning _Curb Your Enthusiasm. Mike was also an Emmy nominee for HBO’s Comic Relief_ and has performed on TBS, PBS and the nationally-syndicated Comics Unleashed and_ The Bob and Tom Show. _

He has been described by the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and Denver Post as an “expressive, natural performer,” a “chameleon mastering everyday characters,” with the “well-scrubbed look of a mischievous boy-next-door with perverse habits.”