Jokes for Coats II
P.S.Y.C.H. 607 is putting comedy and service together when Jokes for Coats II hits the stage at Spotlight in Binghamton on Dec. 14. Seven comedians, stretching from Cortland to Scranton, are coming to Spotlight to help collect coats to donate to the House of Worship in Binghamton.
Taury Seward is hosting the event and he's invited Delia Blackman, CJ Youmans, Ania Kalashnikova, Seth Ruddick, Mike Peters, Bryan Walsh and Mike Ciurzynski to perform.
The show starts at 9 p.m. and tickets are $5 online or at the door. All coats will be delivered to the House of Worship in Binghamton to help those in need stay warm for the upcoming weather.
About the comedians:
Taury Seward, a co-founder of P.S.Y.C.H. 607, won the Who's Got Next? Rochester tournament and is a regular at Matty B's and Spotlight. He works steadily around New York and Pennsylvania and enjoys Bob Dylan, spam and amusement parks. He's a crowd favorite and always helpful at the grocery store. Seward runs the successful Laughs with Friends series and lives in constant fear of his grandfather.
Delia Blackman is the host of Blow Jam Binghamton’s original music/comedy podcast. A Binghamton native, Blackman is armed with a quick wit. She’s into death comedy and meta humor.
CJ Youmans, a co-founder of P.S.Y.C.H. 607, takes a special delight in seeing just how far he can go until an audience turns on him. He's a regular performer in the Scranton, Pa., and Binghamton areas and hasn't met a boundary he can't cross. Youmans runs a successful dark comedy series and the annual Jokes for Jude show and is the 2018 Matty B’s Roast Battle champion.
Ania Kalashnikova is a graduate student at the University of California and a former ballerina. Kalashnikova was born in Siberia, Russia, and spent 25 years there before being exiled to Binghamton, where she feels right at home.
Seth Ruddick has performed in Binghamton, Owego, Cortland, Syracuse and Galeton, Pa., among other places. He hosted the Almost Famous Comedy Show in Binghamton and makes regular appearances at The Dock in Ithaca and BRU 64 in Cortland. Ruddick, a self-deprecating comedian always looking for a free drink, opened for the Reverend Bob Levy.
Mike Peters, a Binghamton comedian, is a co-founder of P.S.Y.C.H. 607. Peters specializes in self-deprecating, observational humor. He's a regular host at Spotlight in Binghamton, has performed at the Funny Bone in Syracuse, the Greenwich Village Comedy Club in New York City, won the Utica Brews Laugh Contest and opened for Super Troopers’ Rabbit, Erik Stolhanske and Gilbert Gottfried.
Bryan Walsh, from Scranton, will keep the audience's attention because everyone is a potential target. Armed with a quick wit, a sharp tongue and no remorse, Walsh wins over a crowd by taking shots at its collective self-esteem. He's performed at Wisecrackers in Scranton, the Helium and Trocodero comedy clubs in Philadelphia and the New York Comedy Club, Walsh is a two-time winner of Matty B’s Roast Battle.
One third of the Binghamton Comedy Binge, Mike Ciurzynski combines a sharp wit, a punk rock attitude and three chords to please audiences wherever he goes. Ciurzynski is everywhere the Comedy Binge is: The Binghamton Comedy Crawl, Virgil's at Tioga Downs and next -- in your hearts. He’s ready to unleash his middle-aged angst on anyone willing to listen.
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