NORE, a new breed of comedian, delivers an energetic performance
filled with witty quips, sharp punch lines, all done with an amazing
stage presence. Both edgy and clean, NORE tells it like it is. NORE
is a comedian for the masses, leaving no stone or topic unturned. From
relationships to family, race and politics, he delivers a smash-mouth,
charismatic performance night after night in the biggest comedy clubs
in New York. With reoccurring shows at Caroline's On Broadway, Comic
Strip Live, NY Comedy Club, HA Comedy Club, and Broadway Comedy Club,
even a feature spot on MTV's hit show Yo Momma, NORE is always
perfecting his act. Most recently, Nore was seen on The Ruckus w/ JB Smoove on Comedy Central.
"People may tell me I'm a clown, maybe so, but a comedian is just as
good as a doctor. Never underestimate the true power in laughter.
Laughter is like medicine and I devote my life to it!"
Noré the Incredible
Noré the Infamous
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Comic Nore Davis chats after UMaine gig
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Every Friday, The Maine Attraction brings a national comedian to the University of Maine. On Jan. 23...Every Friday, The Maine Attraction brings a national comedian to the University of Maine. On Jan. 23, Nore Davis spoke his mind on college, gas prices, his family and relationships. His charismatic performance was a blast, but his humor also shined off-stage in a post-show interview.
Read the interview here:
NY Comedians liven up Bokenopoly
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For Friday night's Boken event, Stevens welcomed three New York comedians to perform in DeBaun audit...For Friday night's Boken event, Stevens welcomed three New York comedians to perform in DeBaun auditorium. Comedians Nore Davis and Julian McCullough opened for headliner Greg Giraldo. Over 200 students attended the event, according to Matt "Nando" Kelly.
Opening the event was Nore Davis, an up and coming comedian from Yonkers, NY. Davis said he enjoyed Hoboken because "you have the non-smelly part. You're right before the factories [where] they cook tires and pigs feet." Davis joked about his time and college and what it was like to graduate into the real world. Davis said that he graduated from Pratt University with a debt of $60,000 dollars, only to not use his degree once he got into comedy. He added that once he got home, his family was much different. "You come home and your mom has an iPod. I only had a CD player with 12 tracks," he said. Davis also talked about the failing economy. He said "I read the news, and a lady got shot by a bow and arrow. People can't even afford bullets anymore."
Freshman Scott Ginsberg said "I honestly liked all of them, but for some reason I liked the first guy more. He was just where we are now. He seemed more connected with us than the other two comedians."
Students Laugh with Davis
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Students of UConn, be grateful for your food court. There are some schools that can't even afford to...Students of UConn, be grateful for your food court. There are some schools that can't even afford to heat Hot Pockets for their students, according to comedian Nore Davis, commenting on his Brooklyn alma mater.
Davis entertained students for the last SUBOG-sponsored Comedy Show of the semester Thursday night. A recent college graduate himself, Davis spun jokes out of common problems facing students, especially at UConn.
"Do you think my car will get towed?" he asked the audience, launching into a story about having his car towed in Brooklyn.
"I was charged an $800 fine," he said. "That's not a fine - that's bail money."
Davis' repertoire of jokes touched upon a huge range of subjects, from graduating to the newest addition to the "Twilight" saga, "New Moon."
According to Davis, his mother replaced his framed college degree with an R.I.P. poster of Michael Jackson. She told him he would always be king of her heart, but Jackson was the King of Pop.
"Know what you want to be. Nurse, engineer, Power Ranger, whatever. Know what you want and go for it," Davis said, offering his own advice as a recent addition to the working world.
Of course, Davis' material also touched on swine flu. "The shots they give out at Walgreen's are bootleg," he said.
He found his mother to be an inspiration for much of his comedy. Davis explained his trek from Myspace to Facebook to Twitter, abandoning each site once his mother found his profiles.
If Davis said in his Facebook status that he did not feel like going to class, his mother would immediately comment: "You better get to class!"
Or worse - scanning embarrassing baby photos of Davis has become a favorite pastime of his mother's. She even tags her son in them.
Her strictness also provides Davis with a plethora of joke material. He hung up on her once during a rather tense phone call.
"I swear, I think the devil called me back and left me a voicemail," he said.
Girl trouble was another big topic on Davis' mind.
"Now, here's what I'm trying to figure out - women," he said. "I watch the Discovery Channel every day, but there's nothing on there to help me with girls."
Women are jealous of GPS, Davis said. "It's another woman in the car telling you what to do!"
Though Davis' crowd was smaller than that at a usual Comedy Show, he drew in plenty of laughs and pleased most of the audience.
"It was a good show," said Paul Gutierrez, a 1st-semester ACES major. "He had some misses, some jokes that went over people's heads, but overall he made me laugh. I look forward to seeing what he puts up on MTV."
As of Jan. 2, MTV will be the home of Davis' own show, "Kiss and Tell."
SUBOG Comedy Chair Melissa Campoli, a 5th-semester human development and family studies major, said the semester's comedy shows have been very successful, and was happy to top them off with Davis.
"I've noticed a lot of the same faces returning every Thursday night," she said.
Media & Festival List
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Television: MTV’s Yo Momma Law and Order: Criminal Intent CBS College Sports MTV's Love Squad P...Television:
MTV’s Yo Momma
Law and Order: Criminal Intent
CBS College Sports
MTV's Love Squad Pilot
MTV’s MADE Presents: Kiss & Tell: The Do’s and Don’ts of Dating
New York Underground Comedy Festival - Featured Artist
Comedy Clubs and Venues:
Carolines On Broadway
New York Comedy Club
Broadway Comedy Club
Gotham Comedy Club
Hartford Funny Bone
Bananas Comedy Club
City Steam Brew HA HA
Various Stress Factory Corporate Parties
The Ritz Theatre, Tiffin, OH
Sandusky State Theatre, Sandusky, OH
Proctors Theartre - Schenectady, NY
The Renaissance Theatre - Mansfield, OH
Zeiterion Perf. Arts Center
Walton Arts Centers - Fayetteville, AR
State Theatre - Easton, PA
A 60 minute comedy show
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|Aug 27, 2013 Tuesday||TBA||Alvernia University||Reading, PA, US|
|Aug 29, 2013 Thursday||TBA||Penn State Hazleton||Hazleton, PA, US|
|Aug 30, 2013 Friday||TBA||Gettysburg College||Gettysburg, PA, US|
|Sep 6, 2013 Friday||TBA||Dolphin Hall||Williamsport, PA, US|
|Sep 7, 2013 Saturday||TBA||Iona College||New Rochelle, NY, US|
|Sep 9, 2013 Monday||TBA||Richard Stockton College||Pomona, NJ, US|
|Sep 10, 2013 Tuesday||TBA||Bergen Center||Mahwah, NJ, US|
|Sep 27, 2013 Friday||TBA||Hartwick College||Oneonta , US|
|Sep 28, 2013 Saturday||TBA||Alfred University||Alfred, NY, US|
|Sep 30, 2013 Monday||TBA||The Hunt Union Ballroom||Oneonta, NY, US|
|Dec 7, 2013 Saturday||TBA||Colby Sawyer College||New London, NH, US|