Upstate Comedy Club

Orpheum Tickets

ORPHEUM · SAUGERTIES

A LIVE FROM UPSTATE and THE MARK Grand Opening event

Saturday, March 16 8:30p – $15 advance and $20 at the door – This event is SOLD OUT!

Funny women and funny men unite to bring the funny to the Orpheum.

Based in New York City, Josh Kincade is a comedian who fearlessly delves into topics like financial struggles, monotony, and the absurdities of contemporary existence. His authentic approach resonates with audiences of all ages (18+), earning him accolades such as Laugh It Up’s Next Top Comic and multiple appearances as a Roast Madness Finalist. He’s graced stages at renowned comedy clubs across the Northeast, including Levity Live, Funnybone, Laugh It Up, and The Comedy Works. Catch Josh regularly on tour, where he opens for comedian Nick DiPaolo nationwide.

David Britton is a comedian, writer, and actor whose latest album “The History of the Universe” reached the number 2 spot on iTunes. It can also currently be heard on Sirius XM. He was a three-time finalist in the funniest person in Cincinnati and has appeared on Fox TV and at the Limestone Comedy Festival. He has written for both The Hard Times and The Daily Dot. His latest project is producing a series of improvised murder mysteries for the Murder Cafe theater company.

Catherine Mollie exists solely for your comedic pleasure. Having performed at Funnybone, Rhino Comedy club and numerous venues throughout New York, Catherine routinely brings laughs with her unique, cute, corky and sometimes, down-right-dirty act. 

Andy McDermott, a multifaceted comedian, writer, and producer has appeared at esteemed events such as the Woodstock Comedy Festival and O+ Festival, and featured on WPDH’s Boris and Robin Show, McDermott has garnered accolades from audiences, competitions, and peers. Hailing from the Catskills and presently residing in the Hudson Valley, McDermott has had the honor of opening for renowned comedians including Kyle Kinane, Big Jay Oakerson, Dave Smith, and Eddie Brill.

Pete Vino is an unapologetic Canadian who got his start at the famous SebSi studio in Saugerties (now a gym). He has since performed at venues all over New York State, including a library parking lot, a stranger’s living room, and the food court of a now-abandoned shopping mall.