Headlines March 4 – 7
A talented comedic writer, Mooney has served as head writer for some of television’s best comedies, including “The Richard Pryor Show,” “Good Times” and the first year of Fox’s “In Living Color,” creating the hilarious “Homey the Clown” skit. He also wrote for Redd Foxx’s “Sanford and Son” series as well as “Saturday Night Live.”
Headlines March 11 – 14
One night at a Carlos Mencia show, Carlos asked Brad if he wanted to do time. After his set, Mencia decided to bring Brad on the road with him as his opening act. Brad has been touring with Carlos ever since, even making a few appearances on The Mind of Mencia on Comedy Central.
Performing February 27th One Night Only!
See Sacramento’s NEWEST Improv Troupe, The World’s Worst Doctors, at Butch n’Nellies at 19th and I Street in Mid-Town Sacramento. This show is FREE so you have NO EXCUSE not to stop by!
The show is from 7:30 – 9:30 PM. The World’s Worst Doctor’s had their first show in December at the Naked Lounge and SOLD OUT! Don’t miss this exciting night of improv, laughs and good times for all!
Headlines March 6th One Night Only!
Keith Lowell Jensen has toured the country as part of The Coexist? Comedy Tour and on his own. His smart comedy covers everything from social commentary to stories about his life and his recent excursion into fatherhood. He is the liberal who can easily entertain a roomful of conservatives and the atheist who is frequently invited to perform at churches. This guy will make you laugh and think.
By a special arrangement with Sacramento Comedy.Com, Sacramento ABC affiliate, Channel 10 News, will be bringing weekly interviews with national touring comics appearing in the Sacramento area. We kick off our first interview with the sweet and innocent Mitch Fatel being delicately interviewed by News 10 anchor Dale Schornack.
View the un-edited version of the interview. Enjoy
Headlines March 10 – 14
Cash Levy has appeared numerous times on Comedy Central, Fox, NBC, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (CBS), Comics Unleashed, and is a regular at the Hollywood Improv. He can be heard daily on XM Radio, Sirius and has been heard on The Bob and Tom Show. With fifteen years of stand-up comedy expertise and national exposure, Cash has entertained to sold out comedy clubs throughout the country.
Headlines February 24th One Night Only!
This Bay Area favorite, known locally as The Buddhist in The Coexist? Comedy Tour which played The Crest Theater for the second time a couple of months back, is one of the funniest young comics to hit the scene in recent memory.
Headlines February 25 – 28
This is a Sacramento Comedy.Com Meetup Event!
A truly unique talent, Mitch Fatel comes off as incredibly innocent if not soft in the head, and then catches audiences off guard with hilariously mischievous comments. Featured numerous times on both the “Late Night with David Letterman” and the “Tonight Show,” Mitch is quickly establishing himself as a comedic star.
Headlines February 27 One Night Only!
First there was a Showtime special, “A Pair of Joker’s” with Rosie O’Donnell, followed by Bill hosting A&E’s “Evening at the Improv” and several appearances on both “The Tonight Show” and the “Late Show with David Letterman.” After appearing in episodes of “Designing Women,” Bill went on to portray Buck Overton on the ABC sitcom, “Delta”, starring Delta Burke, thus solidifying his status as a sought-after comic. Bill also starred in the NBC series, “The Jeff Foxworthy Show”, where he played Jeff’s best friend.
Headlines February 24 – 28
Michael Loftus’ career as a comic and actor started in Columbus, Ohio, where he founded the comedy troupe called Midwest Comedy Tool & Die. After sharpening his craft, he decided to head out west to pursue stand-up. Once in Los Angeles, he began writing and performing for the Acme Comedy Theater and soon after, his career took off.
Headlines February 24 – 28
“Saw me open and count my rings.” That’s the answer Willie Tyler’s Little buddy, Lester, gives when asked how old he is. Willie began to see Ventriloquists like Paul Winchell, on TV. He started performing in Detroit, Michigan at the age of ten. While still in grade school he took a correspondence Ventriloquist course from Popular Mechanics magazine ad. Between school and delivering newspapers, Willie would find time to perform in variety shows and talent contests. This is where he developed his craft.
Appearing February 19th – 20th
This is a Sacramento Comedy.Com Event!
Bro Squad 5, one of LA’s hottest improv comedy teams, is making their return to our very own Sacramento ComedySportz! They’re unleashing an out-of-control and unbridled brand of improv comedy for two shows in just one weekend. Get ready for mind lasagna!
“They made me laugh so hard I nearly aspirated vomit. Which, believe it or not, that is a positive.” – Stephen C. James, Faculty at Second City Hollywood
Within the vast black hole of the internet, one certainty that’s always…uh…certain, is that anyone with a camera and an the ability to pound the letters y-o-u-t-u-b-e on a keyboard, will eventually take a shot at making the world laugh. Sometimes they’ll hit comedy gold; other times, they’ll just hit someone in the balls or botch a back flip off of a Coke machine.
Headlining February 27th One Night Only!
P.H.A.T. Joe has a unique style of storytelling that adds a special flare to his comedy. His unusual multicultural background will leave you in awe as Joe describes details of his upbringing in a culturally diverse neighborhood, his experience as a single parent, and his battle with life in general. Joe’s unique character is not a character. Just a real man, with real stories, that will have you wondering. “What is Normal”?
The obvious joke of course, would be to call Mitch Hedberg the Tupac Chakur of comedy, now that he, like the slain rap star, is issuing posthumous recordings. Here at Sacramento Comedy.Com, we have no problem whatsoever with making the obvious joke, so lets just go with that shall we?