Lighten Up! Comedy Show for Animal Welfare Society

The Lighten Up! Comedy Show features Steve Hansen, Shane Dials, and  Billy Reno, three rising stand-up comics on the Michigan scene.

Sterling Lanes

33200 Schoenherr Road

Sterling Heights, MI 48312

7pm to 10pm

Your ticket purchases will benefit the Animal Welfare Society of Southeastern Michigan!

More information can be found ON THIS LINK


steve hansen

Steve Hansen

Steve's comedy style is sharp-tongued, often dark,  and frequently self-deprecating.   He draws on his experiences growing  up as a child of baby boomers in the 70s and living in Detroit, Chicago,  Boston, and L.A.  He looks for the humor in life's frustrations and  traumas.  Steve's ideal joke is one that makes you laugh . . . and then  ashamed for laughing.  He performs regularly at venues throughout  Michigan and has opened for Tom Papa, Tom Simmons, Dave Landau, Bryan  McCree, Dwayne Kennedy, and Norm Stulz.

shane dials

Shane Dials

Shane is an upstanding comedian with a genuine and  charismatic presence. With a fresh take on anything from technology to  relationships, he gets the audience to engage in his stories while  explaining his observations of the world around us. Shane performs  literally everywhere, including places he shouldn't like funerals,  hospitals, and during fights with his wife. Shane has opened for Ian  Bagg at Mark Riddley's Comedy Castle and performed at the world-famous  Comedy Store as well as resorts in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Shane was  the winner of the Detroit Steam Vodka Comedy Contest and has been  featured on Laugh Fest, Big Time Garbage Fest, and the Paul Bunyan  Comedy Festival.

billy reno

Billy Reno

Billy has been entertaining audiences from young to  old with his quick wit and affable charm. He has performed at laughfest  and the Chicago Skyway Comedy festival and has open for Dwayne Kenndy,  Norm Stultz and Jodi White. Honing his skill on the Detroit comedy scene  he has travled across the Country delighting folks with his warped  sense of humor and outlook on life in general.

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