In an e-mail, Dunn suggested that the traditional structure within which comics work is exploitative and that they are taken advantage of to an extent "that should be criminal."
"What happened to the good old days when an agent took 20 percent?" Dunn wrote. "Somehow that number has quietly grown like a tumor of greed to an average of 60 to 75 percent. By taking out the booker/agent aspect of the industry's formula, we hope to bring comedy to places that may previously not have been able to afford it."
Dunn, who claims he can make a mean batch of snickerdoodles, definitely has plans for more stops on his tour of desperation. "People are desperate to laugh, we are desperate to make that happen."
Show starts at 8 p.m., cover is $7.