An Evening of Comedy with Cliff Cash
August 2 @ 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm
WHEN: Wednesday August 2, 2017
DOORS: 8pm | SHOW: 8:30pm
GENRE: stand up comedy
SEATING: seated general admission
TICKETS: $10 g.a. / $15 VIP (guaranteed seating in 1st three rows!)
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Cliff Cash is a North Carolina native born in a small southern town where he was exposed to everything from Nascar to banana and mayonnaise sandwiches. Let’s put it this way, he may have had a rat tail at one point. Growing older and seeing more of the world, Cash soon developed a not so healthy love/hate relationship with the shenanigans of southern small town life finding inconsistencies in many of the cultural, political, social and dogmatic guidelines that once seemed to be set in stone. After going through what can only be described as rock bottom, Cliff decided he’d try stand up at an open mic thinking it may make him feel better to laugh not knowing it would change his life. What it really did was save his life. Seeing through a new set of eyes and knowing what he was meant to do, Cash took the local comedy scene by storm and was opening for national headliners one month into his comedy career. Fast forward two years and he was writing and performing multiple different 30 minute sets as a feature for Comedy Zone and many other clubs around the country and headlining some of the best Indy shows in the Southeast.
Recent winner of the Port City’s Top Comic 2013, Almost Famous 2013, Regional winner of Comedy Central’s UpNext and runner up/finalist in several other competitions, Cash is just getting started. He has been chosen to perform in the Cape Fear Comedy Festival 2011,2012,2013 and Norfolk Comedy Festival 2014 and has opened for amazing comics like Kyle Grooms, Todd Glass, Rory Scovel, Alonzo Bodden, Sean Patton, Joe Zimmerman, Michael Che, Lachlan Patterson, Matt Fulchiron, Moshe Kasher, Judah Friedlander, Tom Cotter, Carl Labove, and many more. Cliff has professionally recorded many 30, 45 and 60 minute shows which are available for sale at www.cliffcashcomedy.com.
I am now done saying nice things about myself in third person. Thanks for sticking it out. I know that was weird for both of us. Let’s do some jokes.