Rated R-ish due to improv content
Under 16 Requires Accompanying Parent or Guardian
Joe DeRosa has made a name for himself in comedy and entertainment with six top-ten charting stand-up albums and a multitude of performances on television, radio, and in comedy clubs across the country and around the world. Joe’s most recent one hour special titled You Let Me Down premiered on Comedy Central in 2017, which he wrote, performed and directed. He currently recurs on AMC’s Better Call Saul as crooked veterinarian Dr. Caldera and hosts two heavily followed podcasts: We’ll See You In Hell with Patrick Walsh, where the two review genre movies, and Taste Buds—a food debate show—with Impractical Jokers’ Sal Vulcano. The latter is distributed through DeRosa and Vulcano’s co-owned No Press Productions Network. Other select credits include: Inside Amy Schumer, Louie, Bored to Death, Chelsea Lately, Grand Theft Auto V, and two half-hour Comedy Central specials. Joe has also written, directed, and starred in a series of web shorts. Additionally, his writing has been featured on HBO’s Crashing, Comedy Central’s Jeff and Some Aliens and Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer, as well as The Pete Holmes Show.
Jason has opened and hosted for comedians Tom Segura, Doug Stanhope, Mark Normand, Kyle Kinane, Jim Breuer, Emo Philips, Judah Friedlander, Nate Bargatze, Sasheer Zamata, and more. He performs around the U.S. and has done comedy festivals in Knoxville, Houston, Birmingham, and Austin.
He is the founder of Lafayette Comedy and has written comedy columns for The Laugh Button, The Daily Advertiser, and The Times of Acadiana.
The Entrance to the Hartley/Vey Studio Theatre is on North Blvd, across from the Old State Capitol.
Every patron, regardless of age, must have a ticket to attend performances. Please carefully consider whether a performance is appropriate for children before planning to attend.