Geoff Keith began performing stand up comedy at the end of 2003. Since then he has been making a name for himself and audiences and industry have both been taking notice. After Keith's first time on stage he walked off and heard an audience member saying, "remember that kid's name." He spent his first two years traveling all over Southern California every night driving over 100 miles per night just to get stage time. He performed at AA meetings, restaurants, swap meets, nudist colonies, bars, clubs, etc. Whether there were two people or 200 people he would make the drive. Soon he began traveling to other states such as Oregon, Washington, Montana, Idaho, and Nevada for gigs. The drives did not get any shorter going from state to state each day.
Feeling passed over? Unleavened bread got you down? Flappers Comedy Club and Restaurant is proud to present Jokes for Jews, a show that features a Seder Plate full of comedians, some Jewish, some not Jewish, who will all be there for the same reason: heating. The full-service restaurant and bar will be serving the finest assortment of "nosh" this side of Mt. Sinai. What better way to celebrate Hanukkah a month late? Disclaimer: we are not a kosher kitchen. WEBSITE | MYSPACE | EPK | BOOK
Stu Kosh moved to the US from India when he was 9 years old. He learned that being funny was a whole lot easier than running away. He hopes you enjoy all of his stories, heartache, and his receding hair line. He used to have a unibrow, but he paid someone to rip it off his face. BOOK