HUGE thanks to the Pop-Hop for resurrecting the mic!
Come check us out on Tuesdays at the The Pop-Hop for some good ole’ fashioned open mic comedy.
HOY SHIT this month’s Vivian show was insane!
I made buttons!
Huge thanks to all the comedian who came through including our last minute editions of Josh Fadem and Chanel Ali!
Somebody likes me!
So happy to announce the Vivian Show: starring other people but mostly Vivian has been extended on the MainStage at iO West! I’m very proud of everyone especially Cassandra Cardenas my partner in crime and terrible intern, my amazing Dr. Rimshot (Terrence Newman) and last but not least all the amazing comedians who helped make it possible:
Barbara Gray, Miles K Stenehjem, Josh Fadem, Matt McCarthy, Riley Silverman, Brodie Reed, Dave Merheje, Adam Strauss, Lizzy Cooperman, Rachel Mac, Stephanie Tolev, Atsuko Okatsuka, Emily Fleming, Christina Catherine Martinez, Wesley Doloris, Bri Giger, Nina Tarr, Omid Singh, Robby Hoffman, Nina Daniels, Jared Ramirez, Robby Slowik, Katheryn Henson, Valerie Tosi and, John Norris!
Come out to our next one where we’re going to premiere a new video OOOOOOOOOOOO click here for the FB event
Here’s some of the old posters:
super silly video I did with my good buddy Kyle Helf! We improvised it all.
I’m hosting a new open mic in Highland Park and I’m so excited, I can’t wait for Wednesday. My friend Britt is the brains behind this operation, so a huge thanks to her and the Hi Hat for having me there! This new venue is sure to start shinning as one of L.A.’s best.
The Callback is a standard open mic but the fun part is that I pick my fav comic, and they come back the next week for a solid 5mins.
Slamdance let me be the voice of this year’s festival!
video from my stand up set at the Nerdist Stage back in August 2015
that wasn’t so bad
just a way for me to keep a better diary honestly, take it or leave them, they are the humble rantings of a human female fool
BRING IT ON INTERNET, I already think I’m fat. Ha.
So I dragged my corpse out of bed early one cold dead morning and hauled my bones to the Recoleta Cemetery. A grave feeling settled over me and dug right down to my skeleton. The death everywhere gave me a feeling of my own mortality and gripped my heart till it turned stone cold.
The extravagance scared the life out of me, it was like a cryptic plot to bury one’s feelings with stone, gold, flowers and boxes. It was quiet as a tomb ‘cept for the tourists laughing themselves to death over the various funny names they encountered. I thought their grim humor would soon decompose as I walked the ground, wishing my feet weren’t killing me. I almost died when the sight of (what I thought was) a living angel popped out of the ground through the crack in a tomb’s door, it had me sputtering and coffin‘ for sure. My life was rotting away in the heat and it was time to terminate my visit to the reaper’s playground. I followed the tourists to Evita’s grave, then said bye bye to the death museum.
24! BOOM… all time pun bog record?? Me thinks so.
In no way am I trying to make fun of the long passed, I just think puns are fun. Plus, Recoleta was ALL about not letting the dead be forgotten.. so why not remember them with some humor too?