Thanks for the laughs at Southern Cross Kitchen



Southern Cross Kitchen has teamed up with Corey Comedy to present “Thanks(giving) for the Laughs.” The event will take place in the upstairs dining room and doors will open at 5 p.m. Your ticket will serve as a reservation for a table. Groups of four or less may be required to sit with other participants. Tickets are $20 per person. More information about the actors: Chris Coccia – Headliner Chris keeps a busy schedule, working on everything from top comedy clubs in the country to corporate events. He has toured overseas to entertain our troops and is a frequent and favorite guest on several Philadelphia-based radio shows. Chris won the 2008 Purina Pet Comedy Challenge. He was also invited to be part of the Great American Comedy Festival in Johnny Carson’s hometown, hosted by former Letterman talent coordinator Eddie Brill. Chris has appeared on Comedy Central, The Game Show Network and Sirius/XM radio. Bill Chiang – Feature Number An immigrant of traditional Asian descent, Bill gave it a try one night and since then has quickly become a regular at East Coast clubs. His unique perspective on the stories of growing up as an Asian immigrant in New York makes him a favorite in clubs and benefits. Bill is a New York comedy contest winner and has been featured on Comcast On-Demand. He has also performed at historic comedy venues such as the New York Comedy Club, The Comic Strip, Catch a Rising Star, and the Comedy Cabaret in Philadelphia. Corey Alexander – Host/MC (opening act) A 5-time comedy contest winner, Corey is originally from Philadelphia and travels all over the country. He was recently named one of the top 500 comedians on tour by the award-winning Merryfield Podcast. Corey has performed at big name clubs such as Carolines, Broadway and Gotham in New York. He also performed in top clubs like Improv, Flappers and the World Famous Comedy Store in Los Angeles. He had his first comedy album produced in 2020 at Funny Bone in St. Louis. He was featured on this season’s “Sell This House” on A&E and now hosts his own “The Funny Files” podcast.

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