Aurelio Miguel Bocanegra is a two time US Air Force veteran and native of Los Angeles, CA. His comedic style and energy are off the charts electrifying audiences with his high energy and rapid fire comedy. Aurelio's talents have also extended beyond comedy and into acting starring in several independent films with many more currently in development. Aurelio is one of the stars from "Cholo Comedy Slam" DVD taping, where he rocked a packed house at the Million Dollar theatre in Los Angeles. Aurelio's talents for entertaining are undeniable. His comedy has audiences and critics across the country responding in one way. They want more! Once you have heard Aurelio Miguel Bocanegra, the guy with the big name, you will see why he is one the funniest young comics around and why he will have you wanting more too
Claremont's first, only and funniest GLBT comedy show. WEBSITE | EPK | BOOK
Hooly busted on the scene in 2006 after a dare to try comedy- with her talent exposed she immediately started booking gigs all over. Mentored by Margaret Cho her first year in comedy Hooly developed her own style of raw comedy.
She speaks freely about her sex life with both men and women. She is an advocate for gay rights and a figure in the Southern California gay community.
She pokes fun and her family and no one is safe, not even her paraplegic dad who can sometimes be seen laughing in the audience.
She co-produces a monthly LGBTQ friendly show at Flapper's Claremont location. BOOK
Comedian Scott Shimamoto FLAPPERS, COMEDY STORE , THE ICE HOUSE, IMPROV , LAUGH FACTORY
Scott Shimamoto grew up an outcast and popular kid at the same time. A product of Schurr High School in Montebello, California, Shimamoto continued his education at the University of Southern California.
Shimamoto credits his Latino friends for helping him talk smack on stage. "I grew up with a bunch of Mexican people that treated talking smack as a competitive sport. I quickly learned to dish out and take verbal abuse without taking it personally."
Shimamoto also produces many charity fundraiser comedy shows. They have benefited the American Cancer Society , YMCA, Rebuilding Together, and many others.
Shimamoto opened for Tommy Davidson at ACASA´s inaugural fundraising comedy show at Flapper´s in Burbank, California. He also opened for Paul Rodriguez.
Shimamoto hosted a local radio show on 107.1 FM back in the 90´s called "Out Front L.A." that featured songs by Asian American musical artists. WEBSITE | | MYSPACE |