Headlines December 26 – 27
Latino stand-up comic Dennis Gaxiola is quickly making a name for himself with a laid back charm and willingness to poke fun at just about anything. A stand-out in “Jamie Foxx’s Lafapalooza “and the “Paul Rodriquez Latin All-Stars of Comedy” DVD.
Headlines December 2 One Night Only!
Melissa played “Barbra Jean” on the hit sitcom Reba for 6 years. She has also appeared on many television shows including, “Surviving Surburbia,” “Rita Rocks,” “Just Shoot Me,” the ABC pilot “Cedric,” and the Fox pilot “Living with Abandon.”
One Night Only! December 3rd
This show features only dirty, raunchy comedy! If you want it clean, stay home and watch tv…. You’ve been warned!
Headlines December 4 – 6
Named one of Variety’s “10 Comics to Watch,” Greg Behrendt is a serious triple threat; comedian, author, and actor. His #1 best selling book “He’s Just Not That Into You” was adapted by Warner Bros as a movie of the same name that’s been one of fthe years biggest films.
A Sacramento Comedy Video Interview
Join Sacramento Comedy.Com as we interview local comedian Mike E. Winfield regarding his upcoming magical night on December 4th. Winfield is debuting on Comedy Central, headlining at Tommy T’s and apprearing on Sacramento’s Good Morning show.
A Sacramento Comedy Interview
Sacramento Comedy.Com recently caught up with the comedian and writer to discuss his road to success. And we can all thank Dave Chappelle for being the inspiration for Finesse Mitchell exploring the world of stand-up comedy.
A Muslim, a Christian, a Buddhist, a Hindu, an atheist and a Jew walk into a bar…
Appearing at the Crest Theater December 5th for One Night Only! The Coexist? Comedians are all stand up comedy veterans who boast impressive resumes on their own. Combined they are an unstoppable force on a mission from god (or gods, or science or Darwin or something.)
Sacramento comedy fan, Meghan Woods, was announced as the winner of the first contest sponsored by SacramentoComedy.Com, Luxurious Limousines, Morton’s Steakhouse and the Sacramento Punchline.
Headlines December 10 – 13
Bert has appeared on Comedy Central’s ’Premium Blend’, ’Shorties Watchin Shorties’, VH-1, FX’s ’Hurt Bert’, ’The Shield’, ’Last Comic Standing 2’, ’Jimmy Kimmel Live’, and currently hosts Spike TV’s ’Fresh Baked Video Games’ which airs every Saturday night at midnight. Bert tours clubs and colleges all over the country and performs regularly at the Hollywood Improv.
Headlines and Opening for Natalie Cole Friday, November 20
Please support the Hope Productions Foundation – Steven Bloom, Sacramento Comedy.Com
Comedian Louie Anderson and Grammy Award Winning Performer Natalie Cole are coming to Sacramento! Hope Productions Foundation will be hosting Hope in Harmony this Friday, November 20th at Memorial Auditorium. All proceeds benefit local charities including: Special Olympics Northern California, Kids First, and Roberts Family Development Center.
Headlines December 11-13
Heath Hyche was bitten by the acting bug when he wore a giant orange costume as his high school’s mascot, even though the school’s nickname was the Vikings. He won “The Funniest Person on Campus” contest. From there Hyche performed at an open-mic audition at the Birmingham Comedy Club and has been working standup ever since.
Headlines October 27 – 31
Also Appearing: Ellis Rodriguez
Donald E. Lacy, Jr’s acting credits include: “Jack”, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, “Blood In, Blood Out”, directed by Taylor Hackford; “L.A. Heat”, “Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper” on ABC; “Wolf” on CBS; Hairy Ape”; “Good Person of Szechwan” at Berkeley Repertory Theater; and his critically acclaimed performance as Carlyle in “Streamers”.
Headlines November 27 – 29
Carl LaBove brings physical comedy to a new level. The second his foot hits the stage he owns the room. His act centers around a unique storytelling style in which he incorporates quick witted improvisation with physical reenactments of his tales.
Headlines November 18, 19, 22
Brian has performed on the “Tonight Show”, NBC’s “Late Friday”, and TBS’s ”Very Funny at the Laugh Factory”. He has had roles on “Friends”, “3rd Rock From the Sun”, “That 70’s Show”, “Ghost Whisperer”, “NYPD Blue”, and “Las Vegas”. He was the voice of characters on “Family Guy” and “Proud Family”.
Welcome to the Stage is a mini-series that follows four San Francisco Bay Area comedians as they perform around the city – from open mics at laundromats and dive bars to historical comedy clubs like The Purple Onion and the Punchline in San Francisco. It features Pamela Ames, Janine Brito, Dana LoVecchio, and Marcella Arguello.