Every Monday night in our Yoo Hoo Room enjoy a great helping of this 90 minute comedy show and get $2 off our delicious mac and cheese while comedians help you forget it was the first day back to work this week. WEBSITE | EPK | BOOK
Host/MC Cate Gary COMEDYTIME.COM, COMEDY STORE (REGULAR), FEATURED ON REDDIT
Cate Gary was spawned by New York City transplants in a backwater town in Virginia. Her family moved back north when her parents noticed she was developing a Southern accent. The drawl has since been replaced with a speech pattern resembling Sarah Palin as impersonated by an enraged parakeet.
Nothing happened between 1989 and 2003.
In 2003, Cate started her stand-up career in New York City, performing in such venues as the Comedy Cellar and the subway station next to Carnegie Hall. She moved to San Diego in 2004, where she was promptly rear-ended by a Cadillac Escalade on her way to an open mic. (She still made it.) Since then, she has performed at comedy clubs, bars, coffee shops, tattoo parlors, and AA meetings all over Southern California.
Cate currently lives in Orange County, and she's not happy about it. WEBSITE | BOOK
Meghan grew up in Los Angeles and still chooses to live here, so that's gumption. Since 2005 she has been performing improv, sketch and stand-up at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, LA Improv, iO West, Laugh Factory and more.
"Her character work will melt you!" -An Ice Cube.
Some credits include: UCB's Freak Dance!, SF Sketchfest, Jersey Shoresical: A Frickin' Rock Opera, Funnyordie.com and Pier 1. BOOK
RAMY YOUSSEF is an actor, comedian, and director from New Jersey. He co-stars on Nick at Nite's See Dad Run and can be seen on MTV´s Money From Strangers. He has been featured on BBC, The Atlantic Journal, and The Associated Foreign Press for his comedy. You can catch him opening for Mark Curry (Hangin w/ Mr. Cooper) around the country. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Crazy Boris CAROLINA'S FUNNIEST COMIC, OPENED FOR BRET ERNST, OPENED FOR DOV DAVIDOFF
Began comedy in North Carolina. Winner of Carolina's Funniest Comic. Now living in Los Angeles to spread his unique brand of musical funny with his accordion. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Joanie Coyote IMPROVS, COMEDY STORE, LAUGH FACTORY, LAFF STOP-HOUSTON, CAP CITY COMEDY-AUSTIN
Joanie Coyote has performed at some of the top comedy clubs in the country and has featured for comics such as Ron White, Wanda Sykes, George Lopez and Dave Attell. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Erica Rhodes A PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION, KILLER EYE, UPSTAIRS GIRLS
At the age of ten, Erica Rhodes started her entertainment career by voicing the conscience of legendary humorist and writer, Garrison Keillor on NPR's "A Prairie Home Companion" and has worked on that show ever since. Her work can also be heard on the Grammy-nominated album, "Garrison Keillor's Comedy Theatre." In 2012, she also became a writer for the show when it toured.
Erica has had starring roles in the cult horror films "Plague Town" and "Killer Eye." She also starred in "Big Sky," an indie road trip movie. She also starred in and co-created the award winning web series, "Apt. 45," but is probably best known for web series "Upstairs Girls" and her own hit spin-off, "Sandy's Channel." She produced and starred in the short film "Posey". Erica currently co-hosts "Stardumb!," a live game/talk comedy hybrid. BOOK
DirectorSara Cravens COMEDY CENTRAL STAGE, THE GROUNDLINGS CLASSES, THE IMPROV, SECOND CITY, IMPROV OLYMPIC
Sara is an actor, writer, and singer from Cookeville Tennessee. Sara can be seen and heard in various commercials and animation: Nissan, Target, Sears, BevMo, Diet Dr Pepper, US Cellular, CVS, Citgo, the animated series The Croods as Emma Stone's voicematch, and many more. Sara's hit multimedia show Freak Like Tennessee has been produced by the Comedy Central Stage, as well as The Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville. Comedy Central has staged 5 additional shows of Sara's including a live version of her webseries Boyfriend/Girlfriend, and her musicomedy duo Sara & Andrew. Sara was a writer for the series MyMusic, nominated for a Streamy for Best Writing for a Series in 2013. Sara has created improv programs for 5 theaters and organizations in LA. She currently is the instructor and coach of Flappers house team, The Wobblies. Sara continues to perform with her improv/sketch group The Gym. WEBSITE | | BOOK