Houston Homegrown

Houston Homegrown

Houston Improv

Wed Aug 31
07:30PM
Special Event
Age Restrictions: 18+

Houston Homegrown 's Bio

The Houston Improv is proud to present its newest night of laughs featuring Houston's freshest comedians! Our New Talent Night features hand-selected comedians who've been crushing it all around town and all over Texas and we're so excited to showcase them. Get your tickets now! Line Up- A.D. Hodge Abbey Vollman Julie Talbert Andy Huggins Houston native, A.D Hodge born Artrell Sam found comedy at the prime age of 23. His inspiration came from many experiences from the countless times of childhood bullying, to even Maturing throughout high school and later finding acceptance as a young black man at a popular HBCU meanwhile trying to find himself and love. Creeping towards the age of 30, A.D. Hodge has had the opportunity to host and feature in local and out-of-state shows for acts such as Aida Rodriguez (Showtime, HBO, Showtime), Damon Wayans (Major Payne & My Wife and Kids), Mario Tory (Hart of the City), Faizon Love (Friday, Growhouse and 3 Strikes) Tony Woods (Bad Boys of Comedy) and Billy Sorrells (Wild N Out and All Def Digital). Ranging from Arizona, Baltimore, and Washington D.C. He has even taken the time to produce his own shows featuring other comics. Currently, A.D. looks to continue and grow in the comedy entertainment business by attending open mics, festivals, and comedy workshops. Abbey Vollman is a theatre kid turned to stand up comedian who has way too much to say all of the time. Whether it’s rants or stories, her sarcastic delivery and physicality combine for a quirky good time! Abbey has worked with the likes of Iliza Schersinger, Nick Thune, Moses Storm, & Nick Guerra. Abbey co-hosts one of the hottest weekly shows in Houston “T&A Tuesdays” at The Secret Group. You can laugh at Abbey all over Houston or follow her on Instagram, @weirdo.abbey, to see when she’ll be in a city near you! Julie Talbert : Kinda sad, pretty queer, very funny Andy Huggins has been performing stand-up comedy for over forty years. He wa one of the original Texas Outlaw Comics and has opened for acts ranging from Ray Charles to Jeff Foxworthy. He appeared on America's Got Talent in 2018 and recently filmed his first special. 72 years old and still getting after it!
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