Debi Gutierrez is not your run-of-the-mill entertainer or television personality.She is as unique in her delivery and performances as she is in her personal life. What´s more, Debi refuses to be lumped in with girl comedy and ethnic humor. Instead, she speaks of the common threads that describe us all with a relatable, sharp wit, energy and realism that makes it okay to be a human again.
Every Fri & Sat night Flappers Comedy Club- Burbank presents live Comedy Entertainment right in the heart of Downtown Burbank, the Entertainment Capital of the world. Flappers is located at the corner of First and Magnolia. We have plenty of of Free Parking all over downtown and Lots of Laughs. Shows will run with major headliners every Friday and Saturday Night at 8 and 10pm. We have a Two Item Minimum (Any Combination of Food or Drink) We are a Full Full Restaurant Menu including Rib Eye Steak and Salmon, Lots of Salads, as well as delicious Wood Fired Pizzas, Mini Burgers Sliders, Gourmet Mac And Cheese Bar, Desserts and Appetizers. Come out and enjoy our fun and casual atmosphere all with a 1920s vibe. Lets just say we are "Still Celebrating the Repeal of Prohibition " Food Menu Available online. Pre-Purchase tickets suggested. WEBSITE | EPK | BOOK
Host/MC Joel Bryant LAUGHING SKULL FESTIVAL, COMEDYTIME HOST, \"BEST OF\" BURBANK FEST.MONK, HEARTBREAK KID
Joel Bryant began performing stand-up at 17 years old and became a stand-out on the local scene in his hometown of Albuquerque. Now L.A.-based, he has emerged as a go-to performer for his energy, his off-the-cuff sets and his heralded MC skills. He's also a recognizable actor from many TV, film and National commercial spots ("Monk," "The Heartbreak Kid," "The Defenders," etc. See IMDb.com). He's played across the US, for the troops over-seas, and donated his time to a number of charities (APLA, Tourette Syndrome Assoc., NoH8, Dream Foundation). WEBSITE | BOOK
Feature Taylor Tomlinson THE COMEDY STORE, SAN DIEGO COMEDY FESTIVAL, MADHOUSE COMEDY CLUB
Taylor Tomlinson started doing stand up comedy when she was just sixteen years old. Since then, she has performed at comedy clubs, churches, schools, coffee shops, and other questionable, rented spaces around Southern California, opening for headliners like Karen Rontowski, Dat Phan and Michael Jr. She has appeared on UT-TV, JCTV, TBN, and been involved in benefits for programs such as Breaking Chains, The Eden Project, and various other fundraising events. She is currently pursuing a degree in Communication so she has a rock solid back-up plan to stand up comedy. WEBSITE | | BOOK