Barbara "Babs" Gray is from Salt Lake City, but currently resides in LA, where she is all over the alt comedy scene. She's done SF Sketchfest and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and appeared on the Holy Fuck live album. Ms. Gray also co-hosts the live talk show and podcast, Lady To Lady, at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. She also produced One Two Punch, a live standup show that took place in her own living room. She has strong opinions about Howard Eisley.
Erin Lampart is another LA visitor, originally from the East Coast. She's a standup comic and improviser, and part of the LA edition of Mortified. Ms. Lampart can be found tweeting at @ThatsSoLampy, and potential followers, rest assured - it's pretty damn lampy.
Jules Posner has appeared at SF Sketchfest and recently did the S.H.I.T.S. and Giggles Festival in Humboldt. He's an SF native, a baseball enthusiast who once had a tryout with the Cincinnati Reds, and he's an accomplished riffer. Time Out New York once awarded him Joke of the week: http://www.timeout.com/
Jules is one of our favorites, and his Lulu score is quite respectable.
Gabe Morales is also an SF native, but is currently based out of NYC. He's an actor, standup, improviser, and writer, and speaks English, Spanish, AND Portuguese, so heckling by Brazilians will NOT be tolerated this week.
Dhaya Lakshminarayanan is a standup comic, but also an accomplished storyteller and TV host. She's made multiple appearances on NPR's "Snap Judgment," and hosted "High School Quiz Show," an award-winning show on PBS. She's also done Bridgetown and SF Sketchfest, and this year, she was the Grand Prize winner in Comedy Central Asia’s “Ultimate Comedy Challenge.” She will take you down in a trivia quiz OR in Ultimate Comedy, and that is a promise!
Also featuring Bucky "Knuckles" Sinister, Nato "Talk To The Hand" Green, and Sean "Pinky Swear" Keane. 8 PM, five bucks, bring-your-own-burrito - if you can handle it.