Soul Joel Presents Comedy at The Franklin Institute
Double Headlined by Shuli and Kevin Brennan
Enjoy a night full of laughs at one of Philadelphia’s most-loved venues. Doors to Franklin Theater, plus a full cash bar, open at 7pm for our first weekend of shows— Friday and Saturday, February 15-16
VIP Seating is ONLY $40 for the first three rows, and General Admission Seating is ONLY $30
Seating is limited, get your tickets today!
Featuring Philly's Own Buddy Harris
Shuli Egar can be heard on Howard 100 and Howard 101 on Sirius XM Monday through Friday. He can also be seen touring the country as a headlining comic. You’ve heard him on CBS hit show SWAT as well Chosen on FX and Brickleberry on Comedy Central. He’s performed on AXS TV’s live from Gotham and has performed with some of the worlds biggest names. Amy Schumer, Artie Lange, Jim Norton, Robert Kelly, Dave Attell, Howie Mandel, Judah Friendlander, Lisa Lampaneli and many many more. Shuli talks a lot about marriage and kids and how those two things ruin everything else. Shuli is one of the best kept secrets in comedy but not for long!
About Kevin Brennan:
Kevin Brennan is an American stand-up comedian and writer. His writing credits include Saturday Night Live, Sports Show with Norm Macdonald and Comedy Central Presents. He has appeared numerous times on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Late Show with David Letterman, Last Call with Carson Daly and Red Eye w/Tom Shillue. He can also be seen in a half-hour HBO stand-up special for the series One Night Stand. He currently has a weekly show called "Burning Bridges" on Compound Media. He is an older brother of Neal Brennan.
In 2007, Brennan was part of the Just for Laughs tour across Canada.
In 2016, Brennan co-hosted the podcast entitled Misery Loves Company with New York-based comedian Lenny Marcus. The podcast ran for 10 months when Marcus abruptly quit. Brennan speculated on subsequent shows that Marcus "didn't want to do the road" and wanted a share of the money earned by the podcast despite not promoting the podcast on other shows. Brennan now does the podcast with his sidekick Brian McCarthy and producer Adam Hiniker.