Just Comedy Stand Up Show.

Good Morning,

If you live in the Los Angeles area, and enjoy watching stand up comedy, you have to attend this show I am co-producing! It will take place on Feb 12th at 7pm, at Two Roads Theater in Studio City, doors will open at 6:30pm! NO DRINK MIN! Refreshments will be for sale! $12 tickets! Here is the link buy them now!!! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/just-comedy-stand-up-show-tickets-30746005129

Ryan Stout will be headlining. He is incredible. You have seen him on Chelsea Lately, Comedy Central, and TruTv’s Fameless.

#NoHardFeelings Comedy Show W/ Headliner Adam Hunter & Hosted by Sally Mullins

Good Evening World,

If you live in the Los Angeles area, come on down to World Comedy Studios on November 19th at 8:00pm for a fantastic comedy show! It will be hosted by Sally Mullins, she has toured all over Europe with the military, is a regular guest on Vivid Radio, and has her own internet show called Hello Cougar which airs every Saturday night at midnight on http://www.dromebox.com She is FANTASTIC! Adam Hunter will be headlining he has been on Last Comic Standing, Chelsea Lately, The Late Late Show, in addition to having his own podcast. He is frequently on tour, so come on out and see him before he leaves again! Tickets are $5.00! But there is a twist! If you are outta town you can stream it online for $5! Here is a link! www.worldcomedy.club/live-events

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FREE Los Angeles Comedy

Hello- Los Angeles peeps & people from out of town! I run a local Los Angeles comedy show, at a really cool bar..called Club Privacy. It is quite close to Universal Studios. It is totally free, there is no drink minimum and there is free parking. This week we have Jerry Rocha headlining, he has been on Conan and Last Comic Standing. The show starts at 9:00pm. Here is a link to Jerry’s set on Conan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scqYWrcwp_s

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Oh…go Fuck yourself.

-Shit that irks me in comedy.

-I think people are overly sensitive, like seriously, I was raised by two New Yorker’s..I don’t give a fuck about your feelings. I just want you to listen and understand my point my view. You don’t have to necessarily agree with me, but hear me out. I’m a clever asshole.

-I think some people fear a female asshole. Like they want a woman to go on stage and just self depreicate  or be overly sexual. I love dirty jokes, but I like to be filthy in a squeaky clean way. I like mind fucking people. It’s fun. It’s a drug. It’s power.

-I can come across as self-entitled, but I’m not. I am just an asshole. I’m a special kind of an asshole though, I like to blast the music in my car so I don’t have to hear any sirens.

-I am fairly clean on stage with the exception of utilizing the words fuck and twat. Why? because I feel like it. That’s me BUT BUT I love a good dirty comic, just be dirty with a point not for shock value.

-When people tell me I will get ahead because I’m a woman. Yeah, whatever bro. I will get ahead because I am fucking talented and hard working.girlnextdoor

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Performing is a lot like sex.

Boom.

I have come to the realization that performing is very similar to sex. When it comes to performing my jokes, I have issues connecting with an audience that is not automatically listening. Performing comedy is very similar to sex, because if there is absolutely no emotional connection the audience loses their interest. I believe I do this to a lot of men. I frequently take the emotional switch inside of my brain and shut it off, because I believe it makes me powerful. I have the ability to have sex with whoever I desire without getting burned because I don’t let them emotionally inside of me. This has become a terrible habit because it actually makes me quite weak causing me to never be fully satisfied with any guy.

Whether women want to believe it or not, men like emotional sex. They may like fucking too, because it is more taboo and we live in a sex suppressed society but they want to emotionally connect. Trust me. Part of sexual connection comes from how two people communicate with one another. If a guy gets sick of talking with a girl he will eventually grow sick and tired of the sex. Sex cannot keep a relationship. It will keep a guy temporarily around.

The toughest part about comedy isn’t the joke writing. I know how to write a joke, i know how to write pretty good turns and fuck with people’s heads. I have problems emotionally connecting, because I have emotionally tuned myself out. I need to get it back, I need my vulnerability back because you need that with comedy. If the audience doesn’t sense vulnerability then you fail. If a guy doesnt sense some warmth about you during sex they will not stick around. They lose the ability to feel comfortable with you and really open up.To some form of degree the audience needs to open up to you and feel safe.

Thoughts?

 

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My Comedy Struggle

Comedy is rough man, because I don’t desire approval. I think many comedians struggle with confidence, and seek out love, and validation from complete strangers. I don’t suffer from low-self esteem, and I kinda see this as an issue for me, because it makes me unlikeable as a comic. I am just getting started and other comedians have told me my voice will develop, and eventually people will understand who I am as a person within minutes. I love comedy, and I love making people laugh, but I don’t give a flying fuck about approval, and I believe this causes me to lack vulnerability which is what you need to survive in comedy. Whenever I act like an airhead people fucking laugh and I get the audience on my side, but if I go on stage as a snarky asshole I tend to bomb! Its EXTREMELY frustrating because although I am a ding bat, I am intelligent, and I don’t really want to go on stage as a character, because ultimately I will just become some fucking parody, and I would get so pissed off UNLESS I made a lot of money, that may make me seem like a shitty artist, but at least I am honest. Comedy is still a fucking business, and unfortunately some people are just more marketable.

I did an open mic the other night which gets broadcast on Periscope, and at the end viewers were allowed to ask us questions. I was the only comic in the room with a vagina. A viewer asked is it tough being  a female comic? I said yes, because there are still jokes a man can tell that a woman cannot. I think it is much easier for a man to come across as an asshole than a woman. Sure there are female comics with asshole personas, but it is tougher for a woman to be accepted as one. I feel like people hate me when I go on stage as a snarky bitch, but are more drawn to me when I play the dumb card. It pisses me off! On the bright side I have another show Jan 28th! at El Bar in Los Angeles.