Join us for a belly-splitting evening of comedy featuring comedians Lang Parker, Cathy Ladman, Don McEnery, Mickey Joseph, Pam Severns and Larry "Bubbles" Brown as host!
Each week we showcase 5-7 different comedians at the top of their game. Tuesday Night Live Comedy features fresh talent on the rise, alongside veteran comics from around the world. Our theatre-style stage combined with an intimate comedy club atmosphere provides a truly unique and memorable experience. Laughter is the best medicine and we guarantee you will be laughing and smiling all week! Come see what the fun is all about!
Lang Parker headed out west from Wisconsin 15 years ago and continues her acting career in film, television and performing in commercials. Lang’s impressive comedic timing, instant likability on and off camera and impressive writing skills gained her national attention on the Emmy-nominated NBC show Last Comic Standing. Lang regularly tours clubs and cities all over the United States as well as overseas to entertain the US armed forces in Afghanistan and bases in Eastern Asia. Lang’s credits include: Beverly Hills 90210,The Ellen Degeneres Show, a pilot for a major US network, 40+ national and international commercials as well as movie & television roles. Lang has won California’s Funniest Female Contest and is described as Jane Lynch, consistently drawing parallels with the Rosanne star Laurie Metcalf. Lang also regularly contributes to Shea Magazine. Lang’s own comedy show that she runs in Los Angeles, “West Of The 405” has a cult following, attracts some of the biggest names in comedy and has recently voted Top 8 Must-Attend Shows on the westside in beautiful Santa Monica, California. www.langcomedy.com
As one of the country's top comedians, Cathy Ladman is one of the country’s top comedians and she draws laughter from exposing personal neuroses and focusing on family, growing up, relationships, and gosh darn real life. Cathy has appeared on "The Tonight Show" nine times and was the only female comic to appear on the last two of Johnny Carson’s "Tonight Show Anniversary" shows. She’s made four appearances, thus far, on “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson," did her own HBO "One Night Stand" comedy special, and was awarded the American Comedy Award for Best Female Stand Up Comic. Cathy is also an acclaimed TV and film actor. Her film credits include “Charlie Wilson’s War,” “The Aristocrats,” and "White Oleander.” Her TV appearances include “Mad Men,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” and "Everybody Loves Raymond.” She also appeared regularly on ABC's "Politically Incorrect" and Comedy Central's "Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist." She was on the writing staffs of numerous TV shows and sitcoms including “The Caroline Rhea Show” (2002) and “Roseanne” (1996). Cathy teamed up with HBO to develop her first solo show, “Scaredypants,” which she took to the Aspen Comedy Festival, and continues to develop original solo shows to-date. www.cathyladman.com
Comedian, writer, actor and musician Don McEnery is no stranger to stage or screen. He performed as an opening act for Howie Mandel from 1998-2001, is a regular at Las Vegas' Harrah's Improv, and has appeared at comedy clubs across the nation, including Catch-A-Rising-Star, Dangerfield's, Zanies and The Laff Factory. He has also opened for Tower of Power, Don McLean and Jorma Kaukonen. His TV credits include Star Search, MTV's Half-hour Comedy Hour, Evening at the Improv, Nashville Now, and HV 1's Stand-up Spotlight, hosted by Rosie O'Donnell. An accomplished comedy writer, Don's credits range from TV to the big screen. His Seinfeld episode was Emmy-nominated; he's written for The George Carlin Show, The Arsenio Hall Show, and for Gene Wilder. His screenwriting credits include Pixar's a bug's life, nominated for an Annie Award, Disney's Hercules, and Sony Picture's Stuart Little: Call of the Wild.
Mickey Joseph’s uplifting performance is filled with a multitude of characters with shifting opinions on such timely topics as sports, drug abuse, single parenthood, driving, family, and exercise. This rubber-faced, non-stop, comic should not be missed! He brings out the best in his audience with his jackhammer delivery, manic facial expressions and timely physical humor. His impressions are flavored with nostalgia, He goes from Woody Allen to Stevie Wonder, Bruce Dern to Jack Nicholson. Elvis to Ricky Ricardo. He flat out does the best Phil Silvers in the business. Mickey has opened for Willie Nelson, Huey Lewis, Michael Bublé, Ellen DeGeneres, George Lopez, Craig Ferguson, and Drew Carey. He also played Sgt. Bilko in a Dean Martin Celebrity Roast at the HBO WorkSpace in Hollywood. Currently, Mickey is headlining comedy clubs in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Reno and Las Vegas.
Pam Severns is a puppeteer, musician, and comic for stage and screen. She has worked on comedy and puppetry projects with IFC, MTV, PBS, Amazon Studios, Fuse Network, and Seeso. She is on the board of directors for the Los Angeles Guild of Puppetry, a member of SAG-AFTRA, and performs at festivals, puppet slams and comedy shows nationwide. www.pamseverns.com
Larry "Bubbles" Brown (host)
Larry “Bubbles” Brown is a San Francisco based comedian and a favorite of the Throckmorton. Larry tried stand up comedy in 1981 at the Holy City Zoo in SF and has stayed with it ever since. He has appeared on over 25 tv shows, including numerous appearances on David Letterman. He was also in the move “The Kiterunner.” Larry is a frequent opening act for Dana Carvey and Dave Attell. www.larrybubblesbrown.com
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