Matt Sadler is still plugging away. “Still happily married,” he reports, “and I was just featured on the PBS show Stand Up Empire.” A veteran road comic, Sadler knows how to gauge an audience and adjust his set accordingly. “Depends on where I’m at,” he states. “In Tulsa, there are abortion jokes I don’t do. In Minneapolis, there are other jokes I don’t do. But I tend not to have a plan when I go onstage. I go up and I start talking, and whatever they respond to I go in that direction.” Getting to know the town ahead of time can help. “That’s one thing I learned early on as a road comic,” he says. “Just go drive around the city and you’re going to find stuff. You’re a comedian, you’re a writer, you’ll figure it out and find something to write about.” That doesn’t mean he’ll stoop to trashing, say, Wisconsin when he’s here. “I understand that works in a lot of places, but I feel like it’s a cheap move. Plus, I try to have a new chunk of material when I go onstage just to play with, just to make it interesting.” 18+; 21+ later shows.