While we're excited to present this new option, we would like to go over a few things:
Please purchase the number of seats that corresponds to the number of people who will be viewing the show. This of course will help offset the understandable lack of in person attendance. We love the comedy community here in town and trust that you will do the right thing! If you're feeling super generous, feel free to purchase even more than you need. This will go a long way in helping us return to normal (whenever that may be)!
We've had many people inquire about how to help the staff while viewing the show at home. We've added a donation button to your purchase- feel free to add however much money you feel that you would have spent on tipping them in person. Obviously none of this is mandatory and no one will judge you if you just buy one seat and don't add anything- it's just there for those who want it!
Once you purchase your tickets, your confirmation email with include your zoom login and password. Starting at 6:15pm EST, the waiting room will open and we'll pass you through into the show to get the full Comedy Attic experience!
Mat Alano-Martin comes to comedy from the world of rock and roll, where he spent 10 years touring North America as a member of several unknown bands and as a tour manager for much more successful, well known bands. With a comedic style that bridges the social and political views of his indie-rock background with the attitude and sensibilities of his rural and blue collar youth, Alano-Martin has appeared at comedy clubs, theaters, punk rock dives, redneck roadhouses, casinos, colleges, living rooms and everywhere in between.
Alano-Martin’s debut album “Profiled as Such” can be heard on the Sirius/XM Raw Dog comedy channel and he has appeared on the nationally syndicated The Bob & Tom Show. He has worked with such notable acts as Patton Oswalt, Tig Notaro and Marc Maron.
He is also the co-founder of the Limestone Comedy Festival and the Arch City Comedy Festival and the host of the Strangers On This Road podcast. His jokes have also been used for the Frank and Funny greeting card line.