April 21, 2016 · 8:00pm


Tellus Jokes: Big Apple Comedy in the Heart of Lancaster. Comedian Rubi Nicholas delivers the best comedy to Lancaster on the third Thursday of every month.

This month’s show features the comedy of Taylor Ketchum along with Clint Nohr

Taylor Ketchum

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A native of La Crescenta California, Taylor Ketchum‘s journey into the stand-up comedy world has been anything but ordinary. A former college football player, Taylor spent most of his 20’s in and out of detoxes and various free clinics around the Los Angeles area. After a fated meeting with another comedian in a drug rehab, Taylor lied his way onto a local comedy stage and never looked back. Since then he has brought his unique perspective to audiences around the country, using his unusual background and unique outlook as fodder. Taylor’s comedy bridges the gap between the dark, dinginess of America’s underbelly and the everyday silliness of our conventional routine, “finding the balance between the only man and the every man.”

Taylor’s writing and acting can be seen alongside comedians Andy Sandford, and Steve Forrest as Stone Mountain Laser show. He has been featured in ad campaigns for Buffalo Wild Wings and Spike TV and recently performed on Gotham Comedy Live on the AXS network


Clint Nohr



Using his young appearance to his advantage, Clint Nohr immediately establishes a rapport with the audience. He’s charming and adorable and the funny thing is, he ACTUALLY believes this. Truth is, he combines sharp writing with a likable approach to any topic (nothing off limits). It’s a mixed bag of observational humor coming from a warped and twisted, yet somehow always relatable point of view. His conversational delivery comes across almost over-confident and self deprecating all at once, giving him the ability to connect with ANY crowd.

Audiences and critics agree that Clint “has it”. He took 3rd place in the Carnival Cruise Comedy Challenge and passed to the call-back round of NBC’s Last Comic Standing 2 in Tampa, all in his first year of comedy.  Since 2003, Clint has played in clubs nationwide along with numerous festival appearances. He’s been a guest on “Bob and Tom” and seen on SPEED Channel. He has participated in the Boston Comedy Festival and Laugh Your Asheville Off. Plus, he was a finalist in the Charleston Comedy Competition and semi-finalist in the Funniest Person in Austin. Clint was most recently seen of Fox’s LaughsTV and appeared at the Oddball Comedy Festival starring Louis C.K and Aziz Anzari.

He’s opened for Frank Caliendo, Todd Barry, Ralphie May, Doug Stanhope, Charlie Murphy, Tig Notaro, Tommy Davidson, Kyle Kinane, Aziz Ansari and many others…