with Lauren Krass
Fri, Jan 19 at 9:30pm
Dusty has a smooth southern style that will make you feel so comfortable you have to laugh. It’s like cornbread telling you jokes. He’s clever, quick witted and relatable. Slay was born in Alabama, splitting his time living in a trailer park and on a farm. One would say he was born to be a comedian…or a meth addict. In 2004 Slay moved to Charleston, South Carolina where he began performing Improv Comedy which led to stand up and he is now performing all over the country. Slay recently relocated to Nashville, TN.
Dusty has had the pleasure of working with several comedians such as: Jeffrey Ross, Moshe Kasher, Jon Reep, Jarrod Harris, Michael Ian Black, Pablo Francisco, Nate Bargatze, Keith Alberstadt, Josh Blue (Last Comic Standing), Jared Logan, DC Benny, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Rory Scovel, Mark Normand, Wendy Leibman, Carly Aquilino and Jessimae Peluso (MTV’s Girl Code), and Rob Schneider! Dusty was recently featured on Laughs on Fox and has appeared on “The Bob and Tom Show”, Laughing Skull Festival of 2015, Charleston Comedy Festival 2012-2015, and Cape Fear Comedy Festival 2012.
“I wasn’t born with a silver spoon in my mouth, I was born with a plastic spoon in my mouth, and I was lucky to have that spoon”
Lauren Hope Krass
Comedian Lauren Hope Krass got her start right here in Charleston, SC where she regularly performed improv and stand-up comedy at Theatre 99. Now based in New York City, she has been taking the comedy scene by storm. Her self-deprecating humor combined with a dash of charm creates a unique perspective relevant to any audience. Since her move to the Big Apple, she's been written up in The New York Times and Time Out New York. Lauren has been featured in the Charleston Comedy Festival, The Cinderblock Comedy Festival, The She Devil Comedy Festival and Women in Comedy Festival.