Ryan Conner finished in the Top 10 of Last Comic Standing's 9th season. He does stand-up comedy all over the country, and China (which is a different country).He's also a writer for MTV's Ridiculousness, and wrote for Billy On The Street.
Calling all college students (future unemployed waiters)! If you think you have what it takes to be funny, Flappers Comedy Club and Restaurant invites you to participate in our first annual Flappers College Comedy Contest, sponsored by Flappers Comedy University (where learning is a joke) which takes place at both our Burbank & Claremont clubs during the month of November. Audiences and guest celebrity judges will vote on who will win $500 in cash and prizes (.001% of your student loan payments), and all shows will feature special guest headliners as seen on Comedy Central, HBO, and MTV. Preliminary rounds will be held at Flappers Claremont on Wednesday, November 6th at 8pm, and at Flappers Burbank in the YooHoo room Thursday-Saturday, November 7-9 at 9:30pm. The top three winners from each preliminary round will perform in the final round on Thursday, November 21st at 10pm in the Mainroom at Flappers Burbank. In the final round, the first place winner receives $300 plus a paid spot at the club, the second place winner receives $125 plus a $50 Flappers Gift Card and a guest spot at the club, and the third place winner receives $75 plus a $50 Flappers Gift Card and a guest spot at the club. Additional prizes, including scholarships for Flappers University classes, will also be awarded. For more info or to enter the contest, email firstname.lastname@example.org with "College Comedy Contest" in the subject line, or call 818-845-9721.
Host/MC David Dorward LAUGH BOWL FINALIST, (LAUGH FACTORY), @DAVIDDCOMEDY ON TWITTER
David began doing stand up when he was a junior in high school in San Diego. He moved to Los Angeles to attend college as a screenwriting major, and currently performs seven nights a week all over Southern California WEBSITE |
Brett Wheeler is a psychology professor, writer, and stand-up comedian. His research examines how people use humor to cope with stress, and his writing has appeared on the Huffington Post, Sociological Images, YourPopFilter, and the Daytime Late Night Talk Show. BOOK
Comedian Chris Miree FLAPPER CCC WINNER , FLCC CO-CHAMPION, HAHA CAFE, THE COMEDY UNION , APCA
Born and raised in the South Bronx, Chris Miree always had a sense of humor and was destine to put it to good use. After placing 2nd, out of 20 competitors, in his stand-up debut, it was then Chris Miree knew he had a passion for stand-up comedy. Since then Chris has performed at more than 50 shows, showcased at APCA, and opened for many professional comedians like Anthony Jeselink, Sydney Castillo, Rob Stapleton, Ronnie Jordan, and Jay Black. With his amazing stage presence and joke originality, Chris is making a burst on to the comedy scene. WEBSITE | |
Comedian Ellie McElvain HUFFPOST COMEDY, THE MANDATORY, HELLOGIGGLES, JIMMY FALLON INTERN,
College student and stand up comedian who eats too many chicken mcnuggets. She specializes in being a fun girl. Performed on Magic Bag, The Hump Show, The 4 & 20, and at Flapper's Claremont! WEBSITE | |
If you like husky Mexipinos and poop jokes, you´ll love Erik Escobar. He currently does stand up comedying at colleges and clubs all throughout the US both individually and with The Almost Asian Comedy Tour. Described as the tall, dark, and awkward voice of the millennials, this is one act you do not want to miss. Erik can also be seen weekly at The Improv Space Theatre performing with The 400 Cat and is a company member at ComedySportz LA. He is a writer for ISA TV's The Weekly Rewind and The upcoming television show, PAYBACK! He is the producer and host of Escobar Evenings at Flappers Comedy Club with credits from NBC's Last Comic Standing, The Next Food Network Star, Comedy Central and more. WEBSITE | |
Straight out of Israel, Ori Amir is a neuroscientist who studied the neural basis of a sense of humor (for real yo). He also does stand-up comedy about science, Americans, American women, and being a creepy lovable foreigner in America (or as he likes to think of it -- conducting scientific experiments on audiences). You´ve seen him on Comedy Central and CMT (assuming you watch those channels 24-7 on a split screen, without blinking, as, Ori´s been told, all Americans do). Ori´s act is very silly and very smart at the same time. He loves being a foreigner because he can really express his wacky personality and people assume it must be normal in his culture. WEBSITE | |