Teamwork makes the Doom work! Doomsday Shelter Comedy for Mental Health plants its flag in its hometown of Oxford, Michigan, for our biggest live comedy show yet: I'LL REMEMBER DOOMSDAY, with national club headliner and Michigan native Matt McClowry. Matt has racked up the accolades at some of the best comedy festivals in the world, including Bridgetown, Oddball, Laughing Skull, as well as the World Series of Comedy, the Great American Comedy Festival, and the San Francisco Comedy Competition. He has appeard on "Gotham Comedy Live" on AXS TV, and was a cast member on the Fox series "Laughs." His album "Uncomfortable" can be found on Pandora, Spotify, and SiriusXM.
Kara Coraci, also known as "Crotchie," is a high-energy stand-up comedian, improvisational artist, and public speaker. In her routines, this little nut addresses social taboos and everyday hardships from step parenting, alcohol abuse, to Facebook mishaps. Press the button to learn more about Kara.
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 Comedy has run wildly successful shows in Fenton, Detroit, and Sterling Heights, including fundraisers for Wounded Warrior Project, Top Dog Rescue, and Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle.
During his two years in comedy Jason has featured for J. Chris Newberg at several private events, and will feature for Bill Bushart in May and Dave Landau in July, when they each headline Doomsday Shelter shows in his hometown of Oxford, MI.
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Brett Solferino: There is much question as to who the man is behind the mustache. A man of mystery, a man of mettle, and a man of love. As a comedian, musician, actor and possessor of a world class, he seeks to deliver the world a most fortuitous amount of good vibes in all his work. As guitarist/frontman of the band 'Running Yellows,' guitarist of 'Stage Drive,' actor and professional stand up comedian, Brett Solferino certainly keeps the work load high. Press the button to learn more about Brett.