Rich Ragains

Thu, Dec 20, 2018
Fri, Dec 21, 2018
Sat, Dec 22, 2018

Rich Ragains

with Misty Stine and Mary Santora

It’s a good thing sitting still, paying attention aren’t the skills you need to become a stand-up comedian, because Rich Ragains possesses none of them. And while his ADHD kept him from being a teachers pet or even a good student, it has helped him develop and act that even his Teachers would be proud of. In an odd sort of way, his quick thinking and improve skills also helped him become a high school wrestling champion, but that fact really has nothing to do with his current career. Rich’s career began on a dare when he was talked into taking the stage at an open mic night after the guy who was scheduled to perform backed out! And because that one guy lacked either courage or scheduling ability, Rich now enjoys a career in stand-up comedy that has taken him from Northern Canada, all the way to the sunny Bahamas. Rich has also written a book entitled “No Excuse Dad,” which discusses the lost art of hanging out and is the host of the new program “Tractor Fanatic”.

Misty Stine

Misty Stine is a Louisville, KY native she has been in comedy for 3yrs and has opened for: Etta May, Ms Pat, Mitch Burrow and Stewart Huff. She was also accepted into Gilda’s Laughfest last year. Her comedy has been described as unapologetically navigating single parenting through honesty and lots of wine. When she is not at The Caravan Comedy club, you can catch her overthinking what she’s doing in life, where she’s going and why Velveeta isn’t placed with the cheese?

Mary Santora

Mary Santora, from Cleveland, OH, has been named the “Best Female Comedian” by Cleveland Scene Magazine in 2016 AND 2017, was part of the 2018 “Best of the Midwest” competition at LaughFest in Grand Rapids, MI, and is quickly making a name for herself as one of the best up and coming comics in the country. She has a straightforward, quick witted style, and has performed alongside Dave Attell, Tom Papa, Jen Kirkman, and Kyle Kinane, to name a few. Mary is a fresh breath of femininity in the otherwise male-dominated world of stand up.