Amy Hawthorne is an LA-based stand-up and writer and the founder of ComedyGroupie.com. She is convinced that the food industry is being unduly influenced by Big Avocado.
Pete Holmes brings a torchlight of comedy to very dark places
Deathsquad was the birthplace of many of L.A.’s most popular comedy podcasts
On the final day of the Moontower Comedy Festival, I set out to get some awesome audio (because, to paraphrase Barbie, “writing is hard”)
Day 3 really ramped up the awesomeness
Seeing all that talent and charisma in such a small room was a little like staring at the sun
Christina is like that hot chick who was saddled with a brain and wit, and one day went “ahhh screw it.”
His act is made up of some seriously tight, seriously smart jokes with memorable turns of phrase
The most fun came thanks to some potentially unpleasant surprises
Ian often veers into the “Oh, sh*t, did he just say that?” territory, but as Ian even points out, “Don’t worry, these are imaginary b*tches.”
Kyle tells stories. Hilarious rollicking stories of drunken misadventure, heavy annoyance and utterly charming stupidity
Fake mustaches, weird sex toys. You name it, he’s got it covered.
Ari has shot to prominence recently thanks to his amazingly popular podcast
Her voice is that of a tough-talking Midwestern gal who’s smart enough to know when something’s stupid
This year Moontower is back, bigger and better. Here are some of the big names and festival highlights (with a West Coast bias)
John Roy pays it forward with a free 12-week comedy class via his Tumblr