"The Nobodies of Comedy" tour is coming back to The Ritz Theatre with a new lineup of comedians at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 25.
Touring since 2002, the show is produced by Michael Mills of Mills Entertainment, who selects comedians for the annual tour based on talent. The lineup for the Tiffin performance is Jason Kanter, Kevin McCaffrey, Liz Miele and Dan Shaki.
Jason Kanter (www.drunkandfunny.com) has been described as a guy people "hate to love and love to hate." Kanter uses sarcasm and wit and has been featured on "The Jim Breuer Show" on Sirius Satellite Radio and on "Red Eye" on Fox News. He is a fixture in comedy clubs in New York and the nation.
Kevin McCaffrey (www.kevin-mccaffrey.com) made his network TV debut on "The Late Show with David Letterman" in November and he now appears on truTV's "World's Dumbest." This year, he is booked to appear on VH1's "I Love the 2000s." He previously appeared on History's "I Love the 1880s." He also has written for VH1, MTV, Discovery's "Cash Cab," Fuse TV and various celebrities who want funny lines to say at awards shows.
Liz Miele (www.lizmiele.com) made her debut in the New York comedy scene at age 16. By 18, she had a profile in the humor issue of The New Yorker Magazine. Now 28, Miele is a regular at top clubs in the city, including Carolines, Gotham and Stand-up NY. She tackles topics such as inter-racial dating, fear of walking home alone and mental illness in her family. She also writes an animated web series, "Damaged," about broken robots adopted by humans.
Dan Shaki (www.danshaki.com) is a stand-up comedian living in New York. He has been featured on XM radio's "New Rascal's Comedy Hour" and was the runner-up in Caroline's World Series Tournament, a finalist in The Gilda's Club Laugh Off and quarter-finalist in the Page International Screenwriting Awards. He also participated in the Friars Club "So You Think You Can Roast?" competition and is co-host of the podcast, "In The Tank."
Tickets for "Nobodies of Comedy" are $10-$25. For tickets and information, stop at the box office, 30 S. Washington St., visit www.ritztheatre.org or call (419) 448-8544.