Ali Musa, Ethan Quinn & Bryan Valencia
Friday, May 11, 7:30PM at
Coyote Trail Stage
Doors open at 6:30PM
Ali Musa is an Arab American comedian from Tucson Arizona. He has silly and observational humor about his experiences. Jokes about his home life and Libyan father. He tours all over the southwest and is a regular at Stand up Live, the Tempe Improv and Laffs Comedy Cafe.
An east coast upbringing mixed with west coast college life has created the comedian Ethan Quinn. He will give you a glimpse of modern life through the eyes of a struggling student in his self deprecating, story-driven style. Ethan has performed in many place from San Francisco to His home state of New Hampshire. Ethan’s father introduced him to stand up at a young age, exposing him to some of the greats and inciting a love for stand up. While comedy is his passion, he also spends time mountain biking and working on his undergraduate degree in creative writing
Bryan Valencia is a comedian and philanthropist from Albuquerque, New Mexico who takes pride in the fact that he can fit inside of a suitcase. He has worked as the head writer at Comedy Well Done and has toured to over 30 states as a stand-up comedian. His expansive body of work is predominantly reflected in performances at colleges, churches, and corporate events across the nation
In 2017, Bryan was selected to compete in multiple international comedy competitions, including the World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas as well as the Seattle International Comedy Competition. A disciplined scholar, Bryan has studied countless art forms and their philosophies, developing innovative comparisons and unusual perspectives. From collegiate degrees in Creative Writing, Journalism and Dance Studies to dedicated years of martial arts, music, culinary arts and athletic practice, he has combined his talents over the past 6 years into a one-of-a-kind, Vaudevillian style that teeters on the cusp of humor, sentiment, and absurdity. Simply put - he is a weirdo.