Deven Green (from the Arctic of Canada) and Joel Bryant (from the trailer parks of New Mexico) met in 1998 and knew, because of their intense training and individual uniqueness, that their comedy duo would be successful. Together they won "Best Of The Fest" at the First International Hollywood Comedy Festival and were selected for the Bass Red Ale Comedy Tour. As comedy hosts of "Survival of the Funniest," "Uncle Clyde's Comedy Contest," and as the house comedy duo at Flappers Comedy Club in both Burbank and Claremont, they secured their position as "The Comedy Duo to Watch!" [College Entertainment Journal]
Every Friday and Saturday night Flappers Comedy Club- Claremont presents live Comedy Entertainment. Fresh from the Packing House. Plenty of Free Parking and Lots of Laughs. Shows will run with major headliners every weekend. With occasional Charity Fundraising Events. We have amazing Flat Iron Griller Sandwiches, Wings, Salads, and Desserts. Also still celebrating the repeal of Prohibition we are proud to serve you BEER AND WINE with your meal. FREE PARKING at the parking structure at the corner of First and Indian Hill. Pre-Purchase ticket suggested for guaranteed seating.
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Host/MC Cindy Shields LEXUS, WENDY'S, GO DADDY, THE COMEDY STORE, LONG BEACH PLAYHOUSE
Cindy is a menopausal PTA Mom whose stand-up has appeared around L.A. (Flappers, The Comedy Store, The J Spot, and headlining at various fundraisers.) An almost FORTY year veteran of (almost) all things performance (including musical theater, improv, commercials for Lexus and Wendy´s , voice-over, webseries.) Cindy´s not just OLD but still somewhat NEW to stand-up and loves it! She has emceed for AGT´s latest star, Drew Lynch, and recently for Fritz Coleman (and other amazing stand-ups!) at her beloved Flappers. As her nest and hormones empty, she´s ready for whatever´s next- and hopefully there's dessert! BOOK
Comedian Mike Karaba ICE HOUSE, COMEDY STORE, COMEDY TIME , VENTURA COMEDY FESTIVAL, ACME COMEDY THEATRE
Mike Karaba was born and raised in Germany. After several appearances as an extra in soap operas he landed a gig as a tv-writer and discovered his calling: Comedy. He decided that it was time for the next step and moved to Los Angeles where he's on a mission to let the world know that Germany has more to offer than Bratwurst and Hasselhoff. BOOK