Five Shows, Three Days, Wilmington

Thursday - April 27th - The Wilson Center - 7:30pm



Opening Act: Leo Hodson (20-30 minutes)

Laugh your tail off with Arvin Mitchell. Mitchell’s creative & and explosively silly comedy has kept him in demand and will have you laughing in your seat. With an array of impressions, stories, gestures and faces, Arvin’s memorable performance is sure to please. As the former cohost of BET’s Club Comic View, Arvin has been featured on Kevin Heart’s “One Mic Stand”, Tony Rocks “The Funny Spot” as well as entertaining our troops abroad. Nominated as one of NBC’s Stand Up for Diversity top comics Arvin continues to tour colleges, clubs, cruise ships & churches.

No one under 17 admitted for this event. No exceptions. Refunds will not be provided for tickets purchased for people under 17.

Approx. run time: under 2 hours including intermission

Friday - April 28th - Dead Crow Comedy Club - 7:30pm & 9:30pm

Saturday - April 29th - Dead Crow Comedy Club - 7:30pm & 9:30pm

Drew Michael (Writer/SNL)



Drew Michael is a Chicago comedian who looks at life from a dark, cerebral point of view. His rumination on relationships, ex-girlfriends, bestiality, pedophilia, God, religion, Hitler, government, life and death has prompted TimeOut Chicago to call him, “Smart, funny and unabashedly crass.”

Drew is a founding member of the comedy collective, Comedians You Should Know. The OnionAV Club says, “The genuine quality of talent on display is unrivaled in Chicago.” The group released a self-titled album that debuted at #1 on the iTunes comedy charts. Drew released his first album Lovely in 2013. The album debuted #1 on the iTunes comedy charts, which is surprising considering it's this really pretentious love-concept album that nobody understands. He followed that release with Funny To Death, on Comedy Central Records and recently released his first special for Comedy Central (The Half Hour), in the fall of 2016. Drew is also a writer for Saturday Night Live. - Dead Crow Comedy Room

7pm and 9:30 show

opening Leo Hodson