Host/MC Bobbie Oliver ABC, STYLE NETWORK, NPR, LAS VEGAS RIVIERA , NEW YORK POST
Bobbie has appeared on ABC, TNN, The Style Network, WeTV and Entertainers with Byron Allen. Bobbie was called one of the "best comics in America" by the New York Post. She has performed at The Improv, The Ice House, The Comedy Store, Jon Lovitz Club, Flappers and clubs across the country, including Zanies, The Punchline, Nick´s Comedy Stop, The Laughing Skull and The Riviera in Las Vegas, and has been heard on Sirius XM Comedy Radio.
Bobbie has performed at colleges (including UCLA, USC, UC Irvine, UGA, Cal Tech, GA Tech and more) and corporate events (such as NASA, IBM, City of Hope, Congressional fundraisers and more). Bobbie owns Tao Comedy Studio in Los Angeles and published The Tao of Comedy: Embrace the Pause in 2013, recommended by Maria Bamford and Wendy Liebman. WEBSITE | MYSPACE | BOOK
Comedian Klift Karaffa THE ICE HOUSE, THE COMEDY STORE, THE ANNOYANCE THEATRE, THE SECOND CITY,
Born on Planet Earth and raised by wolves (sisters), Klift's comedy was forged in the rugged suburbs of Chicago where he was known as "that kid" and "that guy over there". After attending the Second City Conservatory and performing at the Annoyance Theatre in Chicago, Klift took himself to Los Angeles to be able to golf year around and not have to talk to anyone ever. After a long time of doing that, Klift decided to start telling his jokes in other places than in front of his mirror. Coming up Klift can be seen in his car, and on most afternoons at his job. Here are some of the excited reactions people have to Klift´s act:
"He's tall...and kind of scares me, but funny" - guy who saw Klift.
"He´s not funny." - Klift´s sister who hates him.
"I don´t speak English." – Some guy BOOK
Comedian Mary Becquet THE ICE HOUSE MAIN ROOM, THE ICE HOUSE ANNEX, COMEDY STORE MAIN ROOM, COMEDY STORE BELLY ROOM,
Mary Becquet is an unsophisticated woman living in a slick and sophisticated world. Bored with her life as a finance executive in the entertainment industry, this confident career woman from rural Texas began writing jokes in her day planner.
Whether offering up a fish-out-of-water view of the hypocrisy and shallow self-absorption of the corporate world, skewering the daily aggravation of married life, or telling stories about her own embarrassing misadventures around the globe, Mary Becquet´s skewed observations and zany worldview make for great comedy. WEBSITE | | MYSPACE |