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.
Sally hosts regularly at The Comedy Store on Sunset as well as at the Icehouse in Pasadena. She was a finalist in the San Francisco Comedy Competition and has performed in Vegas MYSPACE | BOOK
Comedian Chris Oliver COMEDY STORE, LAUGH FACTORY, IMPROV, JON LOVIT'Z COMEDY CLUB, LA CONNECTION
Chris has been working the L.A. Circuit since he was in college. Some venues he´s performed at are the Comedy Store, the Hollywood Improv, the Laugh Factory, LA Connection, Jon Lovit´z Comedy Club, Flappers, Haha Cafe, and more. Chris is well-versed in comedy. He performs both stand up and improv comedy, as well as writing sketches, films, and parodies. "If I aint funny, that aint good. If I aint good, that aint funny!" WEBSITE | | MYSPACE |
Comedian Nick Baker COMEDY CABARET-PHILLY, HELIUM COMEDY CLUB-PHILLY, LAFF HOUSE-PHILLY, THE LOVELY BONES-DEPUITY, ROCKY BALBOA-BARTENDER
Nick is from the City of Brotherly Animosity, Philadelphia. Nick has been doing comedy for 5 years now and got his start at the Laff House and Comedy Cabaret in Philadelphia. Moving to LA in December of 2011, he's aiming for the stars with his comedic acting and comedy. BOOK
All of her life, Kristal Adams thought that she wasn't very opinionated until she watched the director's cut of the classic dance film, "You Got Served," during which her friends began to repeat all of the comments that she made during the first viewing. Now, she takes her opinions out of the movie theater and on to the stage as she performs for audiences who truly have a lens for what is really happening in society and who aren't afraid to "go there." Speaking from her own life experiences as a single black woman from a small town in Southern California, Kristal's humor tells a story unlike anything being told on the comedy stages today. WEBSITE | | BOOK