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Dead Comedian's Night
Starring: Dead Comedians Night

October 30th, 2021 at 9:30PM
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Flappers Comedy Club Burbank- Yoo Hoo Room
102 East Magnolia, Burbank, CA 91502

TICKETS: $20.00
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The one and only night that comedians can do Cover Tunes. Come on out and enjoy Halloween the only way comedians know how by impersonating some of the greatest comedians ever:) Come see George Carlin, Joan Rivers etc...

Dear Flappers Employees, Comedians, and Valued Guests,

We appreciate your continued support and for helping to keep laughter an essential part of all our lives. All our shows will be fully-vaccinated. Proof of vaccination is required for each member of your party with ID verification. By purchasing a ticket, you are attesting that each member of your party is fully vaccinated and can provide proof upon entry. Full vaccination is determined by current CDC guidelines.

Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to making EVERYONE laugh soon!

Saturday nights in the Flappers Comedy Club YooHoo Room features national headliners, surprise celebrity guests, and LA's hottest up and coming talent!


Also Starring:
Greg Benevent
After years of writing screenplays that were optioned but never made and ghostwriting jokes for others, Greg began stand up. He’s since made it to the semifinals of Boston Comedy Festival and the San Diego Comedy Festival. A Best of the Fest Showcasing Comedian at the 2019 & 2020 Burbank Comedy Festival as well as at the 2020 Palm Springs Comedy Festival, Greg has been to the Main Event of the World Series of Comedy. Greg was in the April 1992 issue of Nintendo Power magazine (yes, Ken Griffey Jr. was on the cover. That’s just how long ago it was). Additionally, he’s the top name on UCLA Extension Writers Program “Where Are They Now” page (due to alphabetical order).
Feature Surprise Celebrity Guest(s)
We can't tell you who it is...But this guest is a major celebrity and will definitely make you laugh!
Feature Andy Kaufman
BORN: JANUARY 17, 1949, DIED: MAY 16, 1984,
Jimmy Palombi impersonates Andrew Geoffrey "Andy" Kaufman. Kaufman was an American entertainer, actor, and performance artist. While often referred to as a comedian, Kaufman did not consider himself to be one. Pranks and elaborate ruses were major elements of his career. His body of work maintains a cult following and he continues to be respected for his original material, performance style, and unflinching commitment to character.
Mike Frankovich portrays Rodney Dangerfield (born Jacob Cohen, November 22, 1921 October 5, 2004)[5] an American stand-up comedian, actor, producer and screenwriter known for the catchphrase "I don't get no respect!" and his monologues on that theme. He is also remembered for his 1980s film roles, especially in Easy Money, Caddyshack, and Back to School.
Comedian Robert Schimmel

As performed by Adam Warshaw. Robert George Schimmel (January 16, 1950 " September 3, 2010) was an American stand-up comedian who was known for his blue comedy.[1] While the extremely profane nature of his act limited his commercial appeal, he had a reputation as a "comic's comic" due to his relentless touring, comedy albums and frequent appearances on HBO and The Howard Stern Show. Schimmel is number 76 on the 2004 program Comedy Central Presents: 100 Greatest Stand-Ups Of All Time.[2]
Comedian Richard Pryor
BORN: DECEMBER 1, 1940, DIED: DECEMBER 10, 2005,
As performed by Justin Wade. Richard Franklin Lennox Thomas Pryor, portrayed by Victor Orlando, was an American stand-up comedian, social critic, and actor. He is currently listed at Number 1 on Comedy Central's list of all-time greatest stand-up comedians.
Comedian Norm Macdonald

As performed by Gabe Abelson. Norman Gene Macdonald (October 17, 1959 " September 14, 2021) was a Canadian stand-up comedian, writer, and actor who was known for his deadpan style and poetic, sometimes old-fashioned turn-of-phrase. Throughout his career, he appeared in numerous films and was a regular favorite comedian panelist of talk show hosts, with many considering him to be the ultimate late night comedy guest.

Early in his career, Macdonald's first work in television included writing for such comedies as Roseanne and The Dennis Miller Show. In 1993, Macdonald was hired as a writer and cast member on Saturday Night Live (SNL), spending a total of five seasons on the series, which included anchoring the show's Weekend Update segment for three and a half seasons.[5] After being fired from SNL, he wrote and starred in the 1998 film Dirty Work and headlined his own sitcom The Norm Show from 1999 to 2001. Macdonald was also a voice actor, best known for providing voice roles in Mike Tyson Mysteries, The Orville, and the Dr. Dolittle films.

Between 2013 and 2018, Macdonald hosted the talk shows Norm Macdonald Live (a video podcast) and Norm Macdonald Has a Show (a Netflix series), on which he interviewed comedians and other celebrities. In 2016, he authored Based on a True Story, a novel that presented a heavily fictionalized account of his life.

Comedian Redd Foxx

John Elroy Sanford (December 9, 1922 " October 11, 1991), better known by his stage name Redd Foxx, was an American stand-up comedian and actor. Foxx gained success with his raunchy nightclub acts during the civil rights movement. Known as the "King of the Party Records", he performed on more than 50 records in his lifetime. He portrayed Fred G. Sanford on the television show Sanford and Son and starred in The Redd Foxx Show and The Royal Family. His film projects included All the Fine Young Cannibals (1960), Cotton Comes to Harlem (1970), Norman... Is That You? (1976) and Harlem Nights (1989).

In 2004 Foxx ranked 24th in Comedy Central Presents: 100 Greatest Stand-ups of All Time. Foxx not only influenced many comedians but was often portrayed in popular culture as well, mainly as a result of his catchphrases, body language and facial expressions exhibited on Sanford and Son. During the show's five-year run, Foxx won a Golden Globe Award and received an additional three nominations, along with three Primetime Emmy Award nominations. Foxx was posthumously given a star on the St. Louis Walk of Fame in 1992.

Comedian Moms Mabley

Comedian Phyllis Diller
As performed by Ruth Sowby. Phyllis Diller was born Phyllis Ada Driver in Lima, Ohio on July 17, 1917-Aug 20 2012 She had German and Irish ancestry (the surname "Driver" had been changed from "Treiber" several generations earlier). She was raised Methodist. Diller was a housewife, mother, and advertising copywriter. During World War II, she lived in Ypsilanti, Michigan while her husband worked at the Willow Run Bomber Plant. In the mid-1950s, she made appearances on The Jack Paar Show and was a contestant on Groucho Marx's quiz show You Bet Your Life. Although she made her career in comedy, Diller had studied the piano for many years. She decided against a career in music after hearing her teachers and mentors play with much more skill than she thought that she would be able to achieve. She still played in her private life, however, and owned a custom-made harpsichord.
Comedian Mitch Hedberg

Mitch Hedberg (Sophia Dunn-Walker) was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, on February 24, 1968. He began his stand-up career in Florida, and after a period of honing his skills there he moved to Seattle and began touring. He soon appeared on MTV's "Comikaze", then a 1996 appearance on Late Night with David Letterman (1982) brought him his big break. He won the 1997 grand prize at the Seattle Comedy Competition. The next year saw him appearing on Fox's hit series That '70s Show (1998). In 1999 he completed his own independent feature film, Los Enchiladas! (1999), which he wrote, directed, produced and starred in. He has also recorded two comedy CDs entitled "Mitch All Together" and "Strategic Grill Locations". He has appeared at the 2001 Montreal Just For Laughs comedy festival. Mitch Hedberg died on March 30, 2005 of a drug overdose.
Comedian Bob Hope

As performed by Jefferson Black - Bob Hope was a British-American stand-up comedian,[2] vaudevillian, actor, singer, dancer, and author. With a career that spanned nearly 80 years, Hope appeared in more than 70 short and feature films, with 54 feature films with Hope as star, including a series of seven "Road" musical comedy movies with Bing Crosby as Hope's top-billed partner.

In addition to hosting the Academy Awards show 19 times, more than any other host, Hope appeared in many stage productions and television roles and wrote 14 books. The song "Thanks for the Memory" was his signature tune. Hope was born in the Eltham district of southeast London, arrived in the United States with his family at the age of four, and grew up near Cleveland, Ohio.

After a brief career as a boxer in the late 1910s, Hope began his career in show business in the early 1920s, initially as a comedian and dancer on the vaudeville circuit, before acting on Broadway. Hope began appearing on radio and in films starting in 1934. He was praised for his comedic timing, specializing in one-liners and rapid-fire delivery of jokes that were often self-deprecating. He helped establish modern American stand-up comedy.[2]

Between 1941 and 1991, Hope made 57 tours for the United Service Organizations, entertaining active duty American military personnel around the world. In 1997, the United States Congress passed a bill that made Hope an honorary veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces.[3] He also appeared in numerous television specials for NBC during his career and was one of the first users of cue cards.

Hope retired from public life in 1998 and died on July 27, 2003, at the age of 100 in his Toluca Lake home.



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