$8 Thursday, 8:00pm (08/25) 18 and up show College & Military Night $4 with ID
$14 Friday, 8:00pm (08/26) 18 and up show
$14 Friday, 10:30pm (08/26) 18 and up show
$14 Saturday, 8:00pm (08/27) 21 and up show
$14 Saturday, 10:30pm (08/27) 21 and up show
$8 Sunday, 8:00pm (08/28) 18 and up show
Rajiv Satyal is a Cincinnati-born, Los Angeles-based comedian/host. His TV-clean act has made him one of the most versatile comedians working today.
Rajiv had an unusual entry into standup, doing his act for then-World No. 1 tennis player Pete Sampras in the locker room at the tennis tournament in Mason.
Satyal performs weekly at the Laugh Factory in Hollywood. He has 50 million+ online views and been featured on/in NBC, NPR, Nickelodeon, Fx, Netflix, Bob & Tom, Times Now, Zee TV, Pandora, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Variety, Advertising Age, The Times of India, The Huffington Post, and The LA Times.
Rajiv has opened many times for Tim Allen, Kevin Nealon, and Russell Peters. Rajiv even hosted Dave Chappelle’s very first show after his much-publicized African hiatus.
This University of Cincinnati engineer and former P&G marketer has done stand-up at more than 100 colleges. (He's perhaps a little too proud of naming UC's online station, "Bearcast.")
Satyal has acted in national commercials and in TV shows. He has recorded 130 episodes of his podcast, The TanGent Show, and has interviewed everyone from Deepak Chopra to Seth Godin to Preity Zinta. In his spare time, Rajiv produces writes TV ads, performs improv, and acts in online sketches.
Rajiv wrote No Man’s Land, a 100-minute one-person show about his dating life that sold out all performances from LA to NY to San Francisco to Cincinnati's Aronoff Center.
This show actually led to Satyal’s marriage, which itself had a comedic arc: Rajiv proposed to his girlfriend while opening for Kevin Nealon, and at his wedding, Russell Peters finally opened for him.
With Feature Act: Drew Tarvin
Host / MC: Ray Price