Shane Torres

Ages 18 and up
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Wednesday, October 19
Doors: 6pm Show: 7pm
$20

Restrictions

  • 18 & over
  • Two items minimum
  • Cell phones are subject to be locked up using Yonder bags. This is at the discretion of Zanies and the Comedian.

Location

Zanies Nashville Comedy Night Club
2025 8th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37204

Bio:

Shane Torres is a standup comedian, writer, podcaster, and sometimes actor who lives in Brooklyn, New York. As a standup comedian Shane has appeared on Conan (twice), The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, NBC’S Last Comic Standing, and a Half Hour Special with Comedy Central, and This Week From The Cellar on Comedy Central just to name a few. He released his debut album ”Established 1981” with Comedy Central records to rave reviews in 2018. You can see him touring all around the world at comedy clubs, concert venues, and some of the most prestigious festivals in the world .

Shane has been heard on popular podcasts such as Bertcast, Comedy Bang Bang, All Fantasy Everything, Guys We Fucked, Savage Love Podcast, Doug Loves Movies, Risk and a slew more. He has a forthcoming podcast coming soon with fellow comedian Kyle Kinane. Shane has been seen acting alongside household names for NBC’S Red Nose Day and on IFC’S Comedy Bang Bang. In 2019 Shane was one of a handful of comedians invited to perform on Will Smith’s This Joka, Shane has also hosted his own series for Comedy Central called “Shane Torres Conquers your Fears” and a show for Paramount Plus named “How Good Can It Get With Shane Torres?” Shane has also been seen as a panelist on multiple television shows across a variety of networks.

He has been reviewed by numerous media outlets including The New York Times, Onion AV

Club, GQ UK, and more. His album Established 1981 came out in September of 2017 on

Comedy Central records “Mr. Torres has a laconic drawling delivery with deliberate pacing,

placing him firmly in the tradition of dry deadpan specialist like Tig Notaro and Todd Barry. But

his style is warmer, relying on punchlines with corkscrew turns that have moments of

vulnerability and even melancholy.” — The New York Times. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.