An evening of hilarious laughs in the comfort of the Collingswood Grand Ballroom with headliner Joey Callahan. Joey has headlined clubs and casinos all over the United States, Canada and The United Kingdom. He has performed his one man show at the prestigious Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.  He is a regular at the Borgata in Atlantic City. He has appeared on Comedy Central, ESPN, Fox TV and the BBC. As an opening act Callahan has opened for Weird Al Yankovic, The Smother’s Brothers, B.B.King, and Dionne Warrick. Clean, fast and full of energy, Callahan is sure to please any audience he’s in front of!

Appearing with Joey is Bill Chiang. An immigrant with a traditional Asian background, stand up comedy is probably the last thing people would have predicted for Bill. Out of curiosity, he tried one night in 2005 and since then, he has quickly become regular in clubs across the East Coast.  Bill’s source for comedy comes from the absurdity and silliness of everyday life.  His unique views on relationships, TV and stories about growing up as an Asian immigrant in NYC makes him a favorite in clubs and for benefits.
Bill is a comedy competition winner in NYC, has been featured on Comcast On-Demand and has played in historic comedy venues such as the New York Comedy Club, the Comic Strip, Catch a Rising Star and the Comedy Cabaret in Philadelphia.

Also appearing is Ed McGonigal. McGonigal, whose full-time job is at a paper box manufacturing plant in Moorestown, N.J., performs topical and observational humor on stage, with many of the jokes coming from twists on news stories. He’ll tell jokes about being Irish-Catholic. He’ll make cracks about Facebook, local sports teams, cell phones, television commercials and GPS.

Event Date

March 12, 2020

Event Time

8:00 pm