Clean Comedy Challenge
Fundraiser for J-Bar-J Youth Services
Thu, Jul 21 at 7:30pm
Some of Central Oregon's top comedians are taking the Clean Comedy Challenge for charity. Watch these comics as they clean up their acts!
All proceeds from this event will be given to J-Bar-J Youth Services. J Bar J Youth Services promotes innovative options for at-risk youth and families toward self-sufficiency and personal responsibilities. Find out more at https://www.jbarj.org/.
Tickets are $20 at Bendticket.com or $25 at the door. There will also be a raffle with gift cards from some of Bend's best restaurants. Raffle entries available at the show.
This show is 21+. Ipockolyptic Productions is dedicated to providing entertainment that is free of racism, homophobia, and transphobia.
Carl Click is an Emmy awarding winning TV journalist. He retired from TV news after 31 years in Portland at KGW-TV and KATU-TV. As part of his profession, he was a coveted public speaker and event emcee, and that gradually grew into a stand-up comedy presence in Portland. He hosted and performed at many venues in Portland in the 1990's—opening for touring comedians like Drake Sather, Foster Brooks, Rick Rockwell, J.P. Linde and Dave Anderson. Upon his retirement and move to Central Oregon, Click revitalized his stand-up act and has been performing jokes, stories and comedy songs all around the Bend area.
Realtor by day, Stand Up Comedian by night, Elizabeth has been a lifelong fan of Stand Up Comedy. Elizabeth noticed the female Baby Boomer voice was missing from the genre and decided to change that with a hilarious fresh take on life, love and aging through the lens of laughter. Currently competing in Portland's Funniest Person competition, July 17th.
Katy Ipock is touch of nerdy, a helping of dirty, and is Central Oregon's Raunchy Aunt. She gets honest about life as a wife, mom of a special needs kid, and body image. 2020 Finalist - Western Oregon Comedy Competition, 2020 Cheap Comedy Fest, 2019 Community Hero of the year Nominee, 2016 Pilot Butte Person of the Year. Owner of Ipockolyptic Productions. She has opened for Kyle Kinane, Beth Stelling, Tom Clark, Daniel Van Kirk, and more!
With his relaxed personality and positive outlook you will be on the edge of your seat for his storytelling abilities. Stuart Wilson talks about everything from weird family issues to breaking the mold of typical stereotypes.
Born the daughter of a coal miner, actor/comedian Zac is still coughing those last bits of soot from his lungs. Being an ordained minister since the tender age of 17, he can both marry you and forgive your spouse for cheating on you
Ocean Robinson has lived in Bend most of their life. They claim they have always been funny looking, but their outside matches their inside
Drake Lock is a Bend native and did his first open mic on a dare. Since then he's enjoyed writing comedy as a way to overcome his PTSD, and he's been hooked ever since. He enjoys doing improvised as well as storytelling humor, and he's not shy about bringing up "taboo" topics
Tracee Tuesday (Host)
Tracee Tuesday is a Multimedia Journalist, Radio Personality, Blogger, Sports Reporter and, all out Foodie! Tracee Tuesday loves what she does!
Tracee attributes her success to the passion she has for the news, sports, music and entertainment industries.
She has provided entertainment news for Fox’s KPTM News in Omaha, Nebraska, as well as dished up entertainment news and celebrity gossip for ABCs KGUN 9 Morning News in Tucson, Arizona.
In addition, for five years, Tracee’s familiar voice was heard in the San Francisco BayArea on 98.1 KISS FM Radio with the Renel in the Morning Show.
Tracee’s community work includes: becoming a Champion Ambassador for Every Kid Sports and Storytime Reader for the Deschutes Public Library’s Read Rhyme Romp program.
Tracee’s fun time include: White Water Rafting, Astrobiology, Horseback Riding, and as a Foodie, checking out all the cool Eats around the town!