The Second Saturday Shit Show!

21 and up
Saturday, August 14, 2021
Door: | 7pm // Show: | 8pm

The Second Saturday Shit Show returns!

Josh Kuderna Headliner:

Josh Kuderna is a much sought after live talent based in Baltimore, Maryland. He has performed with comedians like Nate Bargatze, Taylor Tomlinson, Steve Byrne, Erik Griffin, Deon Cole, Esther Povitsky, and Kevin Nealon.

Law is humor writer, teacher, and stand-up comedian from Baltimore, Maryland. He has published pieces in The Haven, BmoreArt, and Slackjaw.  Law spent three years as a Special Education Teacher for Baltimore County Public Schools, where he taught Social Skills, Language Arts and made his students laugh. Law lives in Baltimore, where the walls of his apartment are thin enough to call his neighbor’s Alexa.

Ben Smith is from here and has been doing comedy for 5 years (the term of the French Presidency). He is a minimalist i·con·o·clast with hoppy notes of Nihilism running through the veins of his sardonic soul!

Bryan Preston is a force of nature and a member of the

Conor Kellicutt is touring professional stand up comic who moved from the San Francisco comedy sceen to Baltimore for love! He is a single Dad and self professed Happy Guy. “Life is for living, don’t piss it away!” is tattooed over his heart!

Camirin Farmer is a performer from Los Angeles who got her roots in the Baltimore comedy scene. Through her stand-up comedy, writing, and acting Camirin relays her lived experience as a black, queer, non-binary person in modern-day America in an equally direct and silly way.  

Collin Baker lives in LA and is exploring the vastness that is the space of performance infusion didactic stand-up comedy! He is considered a visionary by many influencers and boomers…which is just super crazy. 


Mike Quindlen… still is alive! And the director of the Ellicott Silly Comedy Festival

In accordance with updated CDC recommendations and in the interest of our valued patrons, artists and staff, we are reinstating our mandatory mask policy for the time being. Masks will need to be worn inside when not having a drink. We realize the inconvenience, but must respect the well-being of all those around us trying to have a safe and fun time.