David Perdue Keonna Scott Lanny Farmer Patrick Dalton
Stand Up Comedy at the Clay! Hosted by Yoshee
$25 ($30 day of show)
Host Yoshee So is an Atlanta-based comedian raised by immigrant parents and 80’s & 90’s TV sitcoms. As a latch key kid, Yoshee found ways to entertain himself watching sketches, comedy and hours of MTV. He is a founder of the Red Pill Players improv troupe that travel around the world spreading the joy of ‘on the spot’ funny. He’s opened for T.J. Miller and George Wallace and was chosen by NBC as a semifinalist for Standup for Diversity showcase. Yoshee produces multiple shows in the southeast including ATL in the Nash (improv + comedy mash-up show) and Comedy in the Clay (a showcase show of the best comics in the country). These days, you can find him touring the country while raising suburban kids, and managing a Céline Dion fan club.
David Perdue is an Atlanta comedian who has appeared on Comedy Central,FuseTV, EPIX. David is also an actor appearing in “Love Is…” on OWN and “Bobcat Goldthwait”s Misfits and Monsters” on truTV. David co-hosts the hilarious sports/comedy podcast called “Forth and Ten” as well as the political/comedy podcast “The Confused Caucus”. In 2022 David was selected as an Arts & Social Justice Fellow at Emory University in addition to a 2022 Climate Comedy Cohort created & directed by Generation180 & the Center for Media & Social Impact’s Good Laugh Initiative. As you can see David is many things but most importantly he is NOT a former US Senator.
Keonna Scott has been performing stand up comedy for the past 8 years and have performed in over 30+ states and at some of the world’s top comedy festivals. These include Chicago funny women, Black girl giggles, Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, and the Burbank Comedy Festival in Los Angeles. Keonna is known for her original material and hilarious stories. You can hear her material on Kevin Hart’s Sirius XM Radio Channel, ‘Laugh out Loud’.
Lanny Farmer is an Athens comedian who started his comedy journey in the summer of 2013. After months of writing jokes and attending open mics, he finally got the courage to go on stage. After his first show at Laughing Skull in Atlanta, in front of family and friends (that didn’t disown him afterwards), he decided this was a dream he wanted to pursue. Now, after years of performing at clubs, bars, frat houses and the occasional house party, Lanny is one of the best known Athens comedians and a staple in the scene. He performs regularly in the city and at Atlanta comedy venues including Laughing Skull Lounge and The Punchline. He has featured for Dom Irrera, Shasheer Zamata (Saturday Night Live) and Caleb Synan. He has also produced and ran shows in Bethlehem, Athens, Braselton and Duluth.