July 18 - July 20

Jay Hewlett & Brian Corrion

Jay Hewlett & Brian Corrion

with Brian Corrion

Jay Hewlett has been there; done that. He’s a man with a mission and no mission at all. He’s in tune with the times and out of tune with everyone. He’s a guy that thinks goals are for goalies. He does everything right and yet stuff happens to him. He figures it must be a conspiracy. Like the time he didn’t pay his phone bill. He got letters like, “Perhaps you forgot. ” “Maybe it slipped your mind.” He wrote back: “Nope, no freakin’ money.” They canceled my credit cards. How do you expect me to pay my phone bill?” See, stuff happens to him. “And I don’t get it,” says Jay. ” I’ve worked hard to achieve so little.”

Born to a postal worker father and a high school drama teacher mother, Jay has always dreamed of working in the postal / acting profession. Now he is one jacket closer to that dream. You may laugh, and many do, but he has learned to be satisfied with making people laugh. After all, he’s a comedian. And how they laugh!

His comedy / acting career is on the rise. He recently appeared on Comic View on BET, the Boston Comedy Festival, the Sundance and Cannes Film Festivals, the Sunscreen & AOF Film Festivals.
Jay performs regularly in Los Angeles at the Comedy Store, the Improv and the Ice House. He plays clubs and colleges across the country, and you’ve seen him on The Showtime Comedy Club Network, as Phil the Photographer, on NBC’s California Dreams, in Touchstone Pictures Krippendorf’s Tribe, the critically acclaimed Independent Movie Mexican Sky and in Fox Searchlight’s “The Act” with Debra Jo Rupp of “That 70s Show”.In 2011, Jay stars as NSA Special Agent Malcolm Evans, in the Largo Films presentation Dead Americans! Also, In 2010-11 a regular on MyNetwork TV with Arsenio Hall and the Damage Control Comedy Crew. Look for him on a channel near you!

Brian Corrion

Brian was born in Detroit, Michigan, but grew up in the small town of Vicksburg, MI which is about 20 miles south of Kalamazoo. He first came to Florida for his senior year in college, and after some years spent back in Michigan and Colorado digging his car out of the snow, Brian moved to Florida permanently in 2004. Comedy has always been Brian’s greatest passion. (Well, okay, there is one other thing I get more passionate about, but she won’t let me use her name onstage.) He likes being entertained by other comics, and loves the thrill of making an audience laugh. People often ask Brian how he comes up with his routines. “For me, inspiration…comes from just about anywhere. It can be a road sign off I-75 in Kentucky—Big Bone Lick State Park. (Bet a lot of guys take their girlfriends to that place for picnics.) It can be the crazy stuff people around us do and say every day, or quite often, the even crazier stuff that’s going on in my own life.” Basically, the potential for humor is all around us, and inside us, and you just need to know how to harness it. People also ask, “How can you get up on stage and tell jokes? That has to be terrifying.” “When a joke falls flat, it is extremely uncomfortable. But what is more terrifying to me is the prospect of a “regular” job. I lasted in one for all of two years, and I can still feel the handcuffs biting into my wrists. Comedy is my calling, and the stage is my work place. I love going to the office and working late.” Creating most of his own venues such as The Komedy Kamping Tour and setting up rooms in the SW Florida area, the summer of 2013 Brian mentored in and was the house emcee for The Hilton Head Comedy and Magic Club. He had the great opportunity to work hand and joke with the well known Kerry Pollock. Upon returning to the Naples FL Brian opened up Old Naples Comedy Club as owner, operator, promoter and performer. Brian has performed for community shows such as Village Walk, Heritage Oaks, Gordon's on The River, The Club on Key West Harbour, Naples Princess Cruises, Red Roof Inn Corporation, KOA, Nudist resorts, Assisted Living communities & clubs across the Country.

07/19/2019 9:30 PM

Door Time: 8:00 PM

Other Showtimes

His comedy / acting career is on the rise. He recently appeared on Comic View on BET, the Boston Comedy Festival, the Sundance and Cannes Film Festivals, the Sunscreen & AOF Film Festivals.
Jay performs regularly in Los Angeles at the Comedy Store, the Improv and the Ice House. He plays clubs and colleges across the country, and you’ve seen him on The Showtime Comedy Club Network, as Phil the Photographer, on NBC’s California Dreams, in Touchstone Pictures Krippendorf’s Tribe, the critically acclaimed Independent Movie Mexican Sky and in Fox Searchlight’s “The Act” with Debra Jo Rupp of “That 70s Show”.In 2011, Jay stars as NSA Special Agent Malcolm Evans, in the Largo Films presentation Dead Americans! Also, In 2010-11 a regular on MyNetwork TV with Arsenio Hall and the Damage Control Comedy Crew. Look for him on a channel near you!

Doors open at 6 for week day shows! Friday & Saturday doors open at 5pm for happy hour at the bar and table seating begins at 6pm. Late show doors open at 8:00 pm in the bar and the theater opens at 9:15. We have a full kitchen menu open for all shows!

Jay Hewlett has been there; done that. He’s a man with a mission and no mission at all. He’s in tune with the times and out of tune with everyone. He’s a guy that thinks goals are for goalies. He does everything right and yet stuff happens to him. He figures it must be a conspiracy. Like the time he didn’t pay his phone bill. He got letters like, “Perhaps you forgot. ” “Maybe it slipped your mind.” He wrote back: “Nope, no freakin’ money.” They canceled my credit cards. How do you expect me to pay my phone bill?” See, stuff happens to him. “And I don’t get it,” says Jay. ” I’ve worked hard to achieve so little.”

Born to a postal worker father and a high school drama teacher mother, Jay has always dreamed of working in the postal / acting profession. Now he is one jacket closer to that dream. You may laugh, and many do, but he has learned to be satisfied with making people laugh. After all, he’s a comedian. And how they laugh!

His comedy / acting career is on the rise. He recently appeared on Comic View on BET, the Boston Comedy Festival, the Sundance and Cannes Film Festivals, the Sunscreen & AOF Film Festivals.
Jay performs regularly in Los Angeles at the Comedy Store, the Improv and the Ice House. He plays clubs and colleges across the country, and you’ve seen him on The Showtime Comedy Club Network, as Phil the Photographer, on NBC’s California Dreams, in Touchstone Pictures Krippendorf’s Tribe, the critically acclaimed Independent Movie Mexican Sky and in Fox Searchlight’s “The Act” with Debra Jo Rupp of “That 70s Show”.In 2011, Jay stars as NSA Special Agent Malcolm Evans, in the Largo Films presentation Dead Americans! Also, In 2010-11 a regular on MyNetwork TV with Arsenio Hall and the Damage Control Comedy Crew. Look for him on a channel near you!

Brian Corrion