Teamwork makes the Doom work! Doomsday Shelter Comedy for Mental Health returns to its hometown of Oxford, Michigan, for our biggest live comedy show yet: HI-YO DOOMSDAY, and AWAY, with headliner, the Metro Times' "Best Comedian in Detroit" Bill Bushart! Bill’s fast paced, high energy, in-your-face style of comedy has kept audiences laughing across the country. He has appeared on Detroit’s “Drew & Mike”; WJR 760 with Frank Beckman, and FOX TV. He has worked with comedy greats Greg Geraldo, Lisa Lampanelli, Gilbert Gottfried, and headlines clubs across the country!
Cody Calebra is an up-and-coming standup comic from Ferndale, MI. After winning several competitions and festival spots pre-Covid, he’s been making up for lost time and blazing a trail across the Midwest preaching the highs and lows of sex, drugs, and gettin’ old.
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Jason Fylan-Mares is the founder and CEO of Doomsday Shelter Comedy for Mental Health, a multi-platform self-help sanctuary born during the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic. Since then, Doomsday Shelter Comey has run wildly successful shows in Fenton, Detroit, and Sterling Heights, including fundraisers for Wounded Warrior Project, Top Dog Rescue, The Cat Connection, and Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle. During his two years in comedy Jason has featured for J. Chris Newberg and Matt McClowry, will open for Dave Landau when he headlines the July Doomsday show, and will host a weekend for Mary Mack at Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle in September.
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Ann Duke is a favorite among "women of a certain age," who can relate to the trials and tribulations of getting older, being single in your sixties and battling body image issues. By day, Ann is the Director of Philanthropy for Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County and consults as Associate Publisher of BLAC Detroit magazine. She lives in Bloomfield Hills with her 24-year-old dughter and biggest fan, Deanna.
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