Crackers Comedy Club in Broad Ripple Village features two great comedians this week. Christina Pazsitky will take the stage solo in Broad Ripple on the 6th and 10th, and Tim Wilson will headline Crackers Comedy Club on the 7th through the 9th. Pazsitky will be on hand through Tim Wilson’s stint on the Indianapolis Crackers Comedy Club stage to warm up the house each night. This ought to be a fun week in Broad Ripple with two diverse, yet equally funny headliners. Tickets for this Indianapolis event range from $10.00 to $30.00 through the whole week; show times vary from as early as 8:00 pm to as late as 10:30 pm.
Tim Wilson, a Capitol recording artist, brings his musical comedy stylings to Indianapolis. Born in Georgia, this southerner draws you in with his gentle drawl. He first emerged as a comedic talent in elementary school, when his teacher referred to him as a “natural” just when she was handing him a detention slip. After graduating high school, he took up the call of comedy and has been pursuing a career ever since. His first break came when he won a Cinemax stand up competition and a prize spot at “Catch a Rising Star” comedy club in New York.
|Video: Tim Wilson comes to Crackers Comedy Club in Broad Ripple, Indianapolis, Indiana
After winning a Johnnie Walker Red Comedy Competition in 1988, he received the opportunity to appear on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” In 1990, he collaborated on the song “Arab, Alabama” with Pinkard and Bowden, giving him the push he needed to add music to his act. So far the decision has served him well. Tim Wilson has recorded several LPs on the Southern Tracks label scoring a hit single with “Garth Brooks Ruined My Life.” He joined Capitol Records to record “Sorry World,” which was released in 1999. You may also recognize his style from Jeff Foxworthy’s “The Redneck Twelve Days of Christmas” which he co-wrote.
Tim Wilson has toured the United States sharing his comedy with America. He has appeared at An Evening at the Improv, Caroline’s Comedy House, Nashville Now, and on the television hit series “Grace Under Fire.” In addition, Wilson has the distinction of having worked with Reba McEntyre in Las Vegas. But most notable for Hoosiers, Wilson is a favorite of Indy’s own “Bob and Tom Show” (heard in Indianapolis on WFBQ).
If you are a fan of MTV reality shows circa the late 90s, you will definitely recognize Christina Pazsitky. She was a cast member on MTV’s Road Rules Australia in 1998, and she appeared on MTV’s Real World/ Road Rules Challenge Battle of the Sexes in 2003. In addition, Christina had fun as the driver on FX Networks Hitchhiker Chronicles, where she picked up and interviewed hitchhikers. In her post reality television career, Christina Pazsitsky has worked as a cartoon writer, voice actor and stand up comedian in Los Angeles. Her voice talents have been heard on National Lampoon’s TV: The Movie and DiC Entertainment’s Trollz.
|Video: Christina Pazsitsky comes to Crackers Comedy Club Broad Ripple, Indianapolis, Indiana
Catch these two comedians in Indianapolis at Crackers Comedy Club in Broad Ripple Village starting tonight. For more information about Crackers Comedy Club in Broad Ripple Village, visit their official website. This Indianapolis comedy club is tops in stand up!
It maybe cold outside, but that is no reason to miss the great Indianapolis entertainment happening around the Circle City. Make the trek into this Indianapolis cultural district and the freezing winter and be rewarded as you warm up with laughter. Continue to keep warm with a full belly and a couple of drinks at any of these great Indianapolis restaurants or Indianapolis bars. Be sure to stay tuned to Fun City Finder.com for all the latest about fun things to do in Indianapolis. We cover Indianapolis arts to Indianapolis sports and everything in between.
January 6 and 10
January 7 though 9
Crackers Comedy Club in Broad Ripple Village
6281 North College Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46220