We want to thank the city of Bellflower, Frazer Smith, Bruce Jingles, Tom Clark, Stephanie Clark, and Brian Kiley for a great show. Also a special thanks to all those who came to support comedy.
We will be planning our next event for June 9th, 2018. Stay tuned!
We wanted to post an article retraction from issue #7.
The Josh Nasar article author should be changed from Lindsey Hitt to Josh Nasar.
We dive in to Summer with a fresh face of comedy to dawn the cover our our latest issue, Rachel Feinstein. For those of you reading who are not familiar with Rachel, the good news is you can read up on her now. She has multiple projects in the works and happens to be besties with Amy Schumer. So take some time to check her out and read on fellow comedy enthusiasts.
Where do old comedians go when they retire? Like everyone else, famous or otherwise, they go to the internet. But some find new life there, too. More than 17 years since his eponymous TV show was cancelled, Jerry Seinfeld, one of the most successful – and certainly most wealthy – comedians of his generation, has found a new generation of fans, and 100 million online viewers. Click the link below for more on this article.
- Going Viral
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. …When you think of comedy clubs you’re likely to think of clubs in New York, Chicago or Los Angeles. But Central Valley natives Bruce Gray and Ben Bradley are trying to change that. Click the link below for more.
3. No Show
The Black and Brown Comedy Get Down tour boasts an impressive lineup: Cedric the Entertainer,Mike Epps,George Lopez,D.L. Hughley, Eddie Griffin and Charlie Murphy. Except the top-billed Cedric was a no-show at the BMO Harris Bradley Center Friday. Click the link below for more.
Great event for every comedian or comedy lover to attend hosted by Bobbie Oliver and company taking place in Los Angeles, California, Starting June 1st. Follow there social networks for more details:
Please come join us @ The Irvine Improv for the Launch of our 4th Issue. Come laugh seeing Pablo Francisco and get your copy of the new issue.
NBC has bought a comedy script penned by “The Millers” scribe Austen Earl based loosely on the life of comedian Sebastian Maniscalco, Variety has learned.
The project, which is exec produced by Earl and “Millers” creator Greg Garcia, follows a newly married man who attempts to stay true to his blue-collar roots while adjusting to a world full of people he finds increasingly offensive. It’s produced by CBS Television Studios and Garcia’s Amigos De Garcia Productions shingle. Co-EPs are Maniscalco (pictured), Judy Brown-Marmel, Norman Aladjem and Alix Jaffe. It’s still unclear as to whether Maniscalco will star in the project.
Maniscalco, whose Showtime special “Aren’t You Embarrassed” airs November 14, is represented by UTA, LEG and attorney Gregg Gellman. Earl, whose credits also include NBC’s “Up All Night,” is repped by CAA, Management 360, and Sloane, Offer, Weber and Dern. Garcia is repped by CAA.
Here is the link to the event with Amir at the laugh factory. Come out to a great event and celebrate our third print .