Lukas Seely to record comedy album at Alberta Bair this Saturday

February 15, 2012

Billings-native, Lukas Seely, will be recording his live comedy album this Saturday night at 7:30pm at the Alberta Bair Theater during Comedy beCause, a benefit for The Center for Children and Families.

Lukas has built a thriving comedy career which began while growing up in Billings.  In 2004, he moved to Seattle where he quickly became a favorite in the comedy scene.  He has since moved to Los Angeles where he’s continued to thrive.  In 2010 Lukas performed his stand-up on Showtime’s “Louie Anderson Presents.”

Lukas has been emphatic about building a thriving comedy scene in Billings.  Over the past two years, he has built his promotional company “Lukas Seely Presents,” bringing national headlining comedians to Billings each month including Pauly Shore, Louie Anderson, Bobby Lee, Ty Barnett and more.  He is also working to foster local talent by promoting open mic events around town, starting the Montana Comedy Competition where local comedians compete for a chance to perform in Hollywood, and also allowing local comedians to open before the national headliners each month.

It seems fitting that he would record his album in front of his hometown crowd.  Tickets to Saturday’s Comedy beCause are $25 and are available at montanacomedy.com, Rimrock Mall and Alberta Bair Theater.  The show is all ages with a PG-13 rating.


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Jessica has called Billings home for over 10 years. She enjoys taking her kids out to the local parks or to the zoo followed by a stop for some self-serve yogurt. When she gets to enjoy a night out with her husband, they enjoy supporting live music and comedy and dinner and drinks at a local eatery.


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