Bryan McCree & Karen Jaffe

with Karen Jaffe

Dont forget the name because youll be screaming it in the morning! This comedic act will astound you with his astute observations on life which are on the edge and simply hilarious. Bryan's life is the epitome of diversity. Caught between two worlds, one black, one white. The two worlds collide in a hilarious romp of attempting to decipher black slang, and trying to fit in with white family members and neighbors. Their antics are brought to life right before your eyes.


Born into a show business family performing is in his genes. His Father a jazz virtuoso, his Great Aunt a Broadway legend, his Mother the best damn cosmetology instructor ever to wear a smock. Legend has it that she was responsible for giving her son the first jherri curl in american history, but that's a whole other story.

Bryan is a nationally known comedian, seen on Mad TV, Comedy Central and most recently Comic's Unleashed with Byron Allen. In 2006 Bryan earned honors as a best of NBC's Stand UP For Diversity finals. (One of ten hand picked comedians from all over the country) He has shared the stage with the likes of Sinbad, George Wallace, and the Isley Brothers. He has a natural charm on stage, and his infectious giggle often incites laughter among the masses. His natural acting talent shows through in his act, as he plays his funniest character: Himself.


Karen Jaffe

Karen has been making people laugh since the age of six, when she punched an actor from Sesame Street LIVE in a rather sensitive area in front of a theater full of people. As an adult, she has found appreciative audiences in comedy clubs and independent shows all over the country, and she is a semi-finalist in the 2019 World Series of Comedy Festival. Her podcast, "Everybody Dies," will debut later this year. She has worked with such notable and varied comedians as Stewart Huff, Greg Hahn, Bobcat Goldthwait, and Mark Normand

07/25/2020 7:15 PM

Door Time: 6:45 PM

Other Showtimes

Tickets For 7:15 Show are $15 in advance, $20 at the door!

Doors open 30 minutes prior to showtime.

We are 21 and up club.

Fort Wayne Comedy Club is located @2104Fort Wayne.

Entry and Parking in rear of building and along Butler and Calhoun Streets.

Video recording of events and flash photography not allowed. Cell phone use not allowed in showroom. Card subject to change.

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Dont forget the name because youll be screaming it in the morning! This comedic act will astound you with his astute observations on life which are on the edge and simply hilarious. Bryan's life is the epitome of diversity. Caught between two worlds, one black, one white. The two worlds collide in a hilarious romp of attempting to decipher black slang, and trying to fit in with white family members and neighbors. Their antics are brought to life right before your eyes.


Born into a show business family performing is in his genes. His Father a jazz virtuoso, his Great Aunt a Broadway legend, his Mother the best damn cosmetology instructor ever to wear a smock. Legend has it that she was responsible for giving her son the first jherri curl in american history, but that's a whole other story.

Bryan is a nationally known comedian, seen on Mad TV, Comedy Central and most recently Comic's Unleashed with Byron Allen. In 2006 Bryan earned honors as a best of NBC's Stand UP For Diversity finals. (One of ten hand picked comedians from all over the country) He has shared the stage with the likes of Sinbad, George Wallace, and the Isley Brothers. He has a natural charm on stage, and his infectious giggle often incites laughter among the masses. His natural acting talent shows through in his act, as he plays his funniest character: Himself.


Karen Jaffe