Jacob Sirof believes in pushing boundaries and not pulling punches. If you don't leave one of his shows at least a little offended, he probably had an off night. He has appeared on Comedy Central, E!, NBC, and is a regular on the Doug Loves Movies podcast, where he is the resident defender of all things George Lucas.
Join us every Wednesday at 9:30 for some of LAs hottest up-and-coming comedians and national touring headliners.
Host/MC Joshua Snyder FLAPPCAST, COMEDY STORE, FLAPPERS COMEDY CLUB
Joshua Snyder grew up in beautiful and pastoral Colorado, where he did not participate in such activities as mountain climbing, rafting, spelunking, and power walking. His parents taught him that sex was a natural act, and that he should use his time in college to "have fun." (his parents are currently looking into adopting their own grandchildren).
Josh has gone on only three dates in his lifetime, and each ended as it began: with a skin rash.
Hobbies include tracking changes of hair style on the extras in Star Trek: The Next Generation, trying to cry, and crying.
The lure of Southern California's market research facilities could not keep Josh in Colorado. He currently works as a Client Service Representative, where he makes name tags, defends the dignity of the office printers, and shows clients how to use the coffee machine with only one button on it. WEBSITE |
Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Frank Traynor has been an awarded writer in the advertising industry for 8 years and a failing musician for 15. Frank started his career in his hometown, but is now living in Los Angeles, where he makes fun of being an orphan, a married drug user and many other delicate subjects. BOOK
Comedian Ellen Etten WORKAHOLICS, LA'D, ALTC WITH ELLEN ETTEN, THE COMEDY STORE ,
Comedian Kristen Gull LITTLE SALLY IN URINETOWN, LOGAINNE IN SPELLING BEE, JOSEPHINE/THE DEEP FEINT, JEN/UNCOMFORTABLE SEX,
A SoCal native, Kristen graduated from Sarah Lawrence College in 2011, with concentrations in Theater and Music. She made her Los Angeles debut in the fall of 2012 as Little Sally in Fraggled Productions' Urinetown: The Musical at the Lounge Theater. She most recently played Josephine, the framed housewife, in the film noir The Deep Feint, as well as performed in a staged reading of auto-biographical poems by Marilyn Beker titled This Narrow Ledge. She frequently performs improv comedy with her group, Calico High School, throughout LA, and has performed stand-up at various venues including The World Famous Comedy Store and Westside Comedy Theater. WEBSITE | |
Comedian Glen Frazier ICE HOUSE, HA HA CAFE, WESTSIDE COMEDY THEATER, EMMY WINNER, A GUY GAVE HIM $20 ONCE
Glen Frazier has been a comedian in Los Angeles for less time than he cares to reveal. Most comics assume because he looks older, he's been on the comedy scene forever, he's okay with that image. His original perspective and twisted takes on the world we inhabit have been delighting audiences all over Los Angeles. WEBSITE | |