Secret Society Comedy Presents
December 9, 2022 At Brick & Barrel Brewing
SPECIAL THANKS TO
Brick & Barrel
Note: the lineup may have changed since this page was made
Kenny Mock is the next rising star in stand-up comedy today. His likable demeanor and charisma is very contagious and has captured the attention of audiences across the country. Kenny is one of 12 siblings, and the stories he tells about growing up in a large household leaves audiences barreling over with laughter.
Mo Hill is a comedian originally from Cleveland Ohio by way of Columbus. He is the curator of the viral inneSIRcle series on both tik tok and Instagram and has brought laughter all over the country.
Cleveland comedian Brett Thomas has a very dry sense of humor and unique delivery. He talks about his unique perspective in life growing up without parents and working in a cemetery. Naturally, Brett can get a little dark. He has performed in Chicago, Nashville, Pittsburgh, and all over Ohio, including winning the amateur and feature contest at Funny Stop Comedy Club.
Kevin Morrison is a young-ish fresh face to the Cleveland comedy scene. He can be seen at the bar, or on stage at the bar and multiple comedy clubs across the state, and out of state as well. His views on society, and takes on cultural norms are something you don't want to miss. With looks of the first caveman to create fire Kevin is using his energetic stage presence to recreate the wheel. With insight on a wild life in the mid-west, a beard of the wild west and a demeanor of well, someone truly wild. He's looking to put on a show you'll soon not forget.
Bryan Sternik is an up-and-coming Cleveland comedian whose conversational style and upbeat demeanor can make even his darkest jokes feel lighthearted. Bryan produces a monthly show at Dina's Pizza in Old Brooklyn, and co-produces Gratuity Not Included at Good Company, One More Joke at Judd's City Tavern, and Secret Society Comedy, a weekly pop-up comedy show. He is the co-host of "The Guiltless Podcast" and "Dude, Nobody Cares." You can find Bryan giving tours around town on the Cleveland Funny Bus, bringing his irreverent approach to comedy to explaining why tourists should care about the Guardians Of Traffic statues.