Campfire is modern look at an ancient art form. This is a raw bare-bones storytelling show performed in the natural amphitheater of the great outdoors in front of an intimate live audience. Sometimes there are s'mores.



Campfire is made up of comedians David Drake and Kenny Deforest. To learn more about them just scroll on down baby!


David Drake is a comedian. He is a very funny comedian. He has been featured on Sirius XM Raw Dog Comedy and Laughs on 'Fox' in addition to Comcast's televised stand up series 'Who's Laughing Now?' and 'Trial by Laughter.' He was named one of Complex Magazine's ‘Comics to Watch Under 30’, he is a producer of Comedians You Should Know NYC, and a cast member at ComedySportz Chicago. His two comedy albums 'Dave' and 'Sorry Mom' both debuted at number one on the iTunes comedy charts. In addition to stand up, he has been featured on the popular storytelling podcast, RISK!, can be frequently seen at the Moth, and produces the outdoor storytelling series Campfire. David currently performs nationwide while working out a niche in New York's legendary comedy scene and sometimes he'll eat fries off your plate. He feels bad about that. He's sorry... I'm sorry. I'm David Drake. This was me the whole time.

More about Dave HERE.










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Kenny DeForest is a New York City-based comic best known as a producer and co-host of “Comedy at the Knitting Factory”, widely considered to be one of the best independently run comedy shows in the country, and is a regular presence on the New York City comedy scene at large.

He has appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers, HBO's "Crashing", and TruTV's "Friends of the People." In 2017, he recorded his debut stand-up album "B.A.D. Dreams" with Comedy Dynamics, and in 2015 he was named one of Comedy Central’s “Comics to Watch." In 2018, he was invited to perform in the prestigious Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal as a “new face.”

He has also performed in the New York Comedy Festival, Brooklyn Comedy Festival, High Plains Comedy Festival, Riot Fest LA, Chicago Comedy Exposition, Accidental Comedy Festival, Red Clay Comedy Festival, and his work has been highlighted in "The Observer", "Time Out New York", and "The New Yorker". Best of all, he has a great deal of fun performing and fun tends to be contagious. Come get some. 

More about Kenny HERE.