December 15, 2016
October 29, 2016
Stan Lee’s Comikaze/Professionals Panel
Some of my favorite ladies talking about our path to career goals. Also horror nerd stuff. Soon to become a podcast: The Professionals.
The Wheel Show @Nerdmelt
July 9, 2016
I love doing shows at Nerdmelt. It’s a laboratory growing experiments that soon become fixtures in the Alternative Comedy world. I’m so inspired by it. You can go get details for this upcoming show
June 15, 2016
Imagine ME judging one of the most difficult forms of improv! Oy.
June 26, 2016
Charlotte’s Shorts @ The Hollywood Fringe Festival
A compilation of short character monologues using the talents of many Groundlings Alumni and then some. This was a perfect show for anyone who has a short attention span. Only an hour and described as The Taco Truck of Comedy.
May 30, 2016
Westside Comedy Theatre
This show is free. That’s because it is unmitigated silliness. It’s also so goddamn fun. Here I am doing Dusty Springfield’s “I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself”. The lyrics could almost be construed as kinda ‘stalker-y , so I just took it from there.
Dead Pilots Society
May 25, 2016
Marc Evan Jackson, Steve Agee, Arturo Del Puerto, Skylar Astin, Ben Feldman, Genvieve Angelson, Noah Galvin, Fred Melamed, Rich Sommer, and many more. Great premise: pilots that deserve a chance to be seen and heard. Maximum fun.
The Dana Gould Hour
April 19, 2016
This is my all time favorite podcast so I was very excited to be asked to do it! It’s a great episode I must say and I encourage you to check it out along with all his other episodes. The writing team of Larry Karaszewski and Scott Alexander (whom I know from Problem Child 2) and currently writers of the 10 part mini series on O.J. Simpson, they, along with me and the incomparable Janet Varney (You’re The Worst and the upcoming Stan vs. Evil on IFC) talk about murder. Week!
San Francisco Sketchfest
This is another great show and these guys, Brendon Small and Steve Agee, as well as their stellar band indulged me when I wanted to do Stumped by Goblin Cock. Basically, a show where comedians do music, whether they have any business doing it or not.
Pretty Pretty Pony
January 12, 2015
This show scares the shit out of me. It’s an Armando (a monologist and then the improvisors take material from the story to work with) and one thing it revealed to me: I’m no story teller. Still, I pinch hit when someone drops out and sometimes it turns out ok. This show did.
El Portal Theatre