A self-proclaimed "Spinster", Anita has been blessed with a crazy german mother - the source of her best material. A favorite at the SF Punchline and Cobbs Comedy Club, Anita has performed at The Comedy Store in LA , Laugh Boston and appears regularly in Toronto at Absolute Comedy and other clubs. She is the creator of the online animated series "Heckville" and the Facebook comic "SanFranita is..." Her humorous animated shorts have won... Read More →
Austin Wolf-Sothern is a stand-up comedian and actor, who loves movies and data entry. His credits include retweeting and responding to celebrities who mention the city of Austin, as if they are talking about him. And he is one of the producers of the weekly free comedy show, Sleepaway Camp, in downtown Los Angeles.
Based out of Santa Cruz, CA., Chad Opitz is a comic who unique takes on sometimes odd subject matters are making him an oft booked staple at Bay Area clubs and showcases. Chad was the winner of Bay Area legend Jimmy Gunn's "Best Newcomer" award as well as a finalist in the Rooster T. Feathers New Talent Competition and 1st place winner of the Walk the Plank comedy competition, beating out 100 comics for the top prize. Veering between one-liners... Read More →
Clara is an internationally unknown stand up comedian. She's performed everywhere, she's a contributing writer to her twitter account, @clarabijl. She currently lives in San Francisco with a man and a couple kids. Find out more at www.funnyfrench.com
David Nguyen is a refreshingly positive voice in stand up – his act has a sharp edge but never draws blood. He's like a bag of jelly beans with the licorice and popcorn beans left in – overall, very sweet, but with just enough bitter notes to keep it interesting. Preferring a gentler approach to social commentary than the foot-stomping, chest-pounding norm, his criticism is always funny and usually constructive. And with an... Read More →
LeMaire Lee is a good guy, who does good guy stuff. | | And Classy.
Awkwardly hilarious, Loren’s unorthodox style of comedy juxtaposes playfulness with deeply dark humor. She turns grim subject matter, like depression and suicide, on its ear, presenting the bleakness of mental illness with unexpected wit and levity. Ever the outsider, Loren gives us a glimpse into her weird, silly and often tragic world that, in the end, is surprisingly life affirming.
When Ryan gets the opportunity to talk at a group of strangers with a microphone, he relates to them by drawing from his pathetically shallow reservoir of life experience. Staying comfortably within the bounds of his limited knowledge and interests, his material focuses on things that bother him, getting bothered by things, and the relationship between him and things that are bothersome. It goes without saying that it is clearly everything else... Read More →