ALL SALES ARE FINAL
- General Admission – first come, first seated.
- More than half of your party must be present to be seated.
Too lazy to shoot hoops and too tall to model, Marcella Arguello stands over 6 feet. Although she may be taller than most men, the only thing more intimidating than her height is her comedy. Marcella mixes a combination of genuine reason with a sexy suggestion of street. Deemed as “sexually and ethnically ambiguous” she appeals to everyone and is not afraid to tell you how she really feels about subjects concerning race, gender, politic, relationships, family, work, music, pop culture and whatever else is on her mind that day.
Time Out Magazine deemed Marcella an “LA Comedian to Watch in 2017” and is a fan favorite on Comedy Central’s @midnight. Most recently, she won her appearance on TruTv’s Comedy Knock Out and can be seen on The UCB Show’s upcoming second season on Seeso. She was featured on Viceland’s Flophouse, and in 2015 on NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly; her stand up has been highlighted on rapper Tyler, The Creator’s mobile app and on Fox’s The Real. Her Twitter account (@marcellacomedy) has been featured on CNN, TIME.com, HuffingtonPost.com and various entertainment websites. She is a regular opener for Last Comic Standing Winner Felipe Esparza as well as NBC Superstore’s Nico Santos. She has opened for David Alan Grier, Norm MacDonald, J.B. Smoove, Hannibal Buress, Ron Funches, Godfrey, Bryan Callen, Aries Spears, Hasan Minhaj, Al Madrigal, Joey Coco Diaz, Melanie Comarcho, Melissa Villaseñor and has shared a stage with Bill Burr, Paul Mooney and Robin Williams.
She has worked at The Improv Comedy Clubs all over the country and is a regular at The Punch Line Comedy Clubs in Northern California. She has performed at San Francisco Sketchfest, Riot LA Comedy Festival, overseas for American troops and comedian Sean Keane referred to her as the “finest export from Modesto since George Lucas.”
Beth Stelling is a stand-up comedian, writer and actress. She's a product of the Chicago stand-up scene and studied improv at The Annoyance Theater. Beth's background is in theatre; she graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts from Miami University and interned at The School at Steppenwolf in Chicago.
Stelling became a member of Chicago Underground Comedy and hosted a Sunday night variety show in Boystown with her best friends, The Puterbaugh Sisters, for many years called Entertaining Julia (Julia was the bartender).
Beth was named "Best Stand-up Comedian in Chicago" by The Chicago Reader in 2010. Soon after she was a New Face of Comedy in Montreal's Just for Laughs Festival and re-located to Los Angeles in 2011. Within her first year in L.A., Beth made her late night television debut on Conan and released her debut album "Sweet Beth" on Rooftop Comedy Records. Beth appeared on Comedy Central's @midnight, Chelsea Lately and The Pete Holmes Show.
More recently Beth was asked to perform stand-up on Jimmy Kimmel Live, after Jimmy saw her perform at Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles. Since then Beth filmed her Comedy Central half hour stand-up special in Boston (now available on Hulu), and Vulture named it one of the "Best Stand-up Specials of 2015."
In conjunction with her Comedy Central special, Stelling released her second (and better) comedy album "Simply the Beth." The Interrobang and Splitsider named it one of the top ten albums of 2015.
Other places to find Beth: Showtime's "Comedy of SXSW," the indie movie "This Isn't Funny" on Netflix or iTunes, Last Call with Carson Daly, The Meltdown with Jonah & Kumail, and season two of Amazon's series Red Oaks. She's also in the July '16 issue of Elle Magazine.
Beth tours her stand-up extensively and embarked on her first international headlining tour to Ireland, Australia and New Zealand in addition to performing at festivals (SXSW, Bumbershoot, Outside Lands, Warped Tour, NYCF, Bonnaroo, SF Sketchfest), clubs and colleges year round.
Beth writes for Judd Apatow's new HBO series "Crashing" starring Pete Holmes. Prior she'd been a consulting producer for MTV's Ridiculousness and contributor to Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche, the play saw an off-Broadway run and is published by Samuel French.
Listen to Beth on The Adam Carolla Show, You Made It Weird, Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction, Paul F. Tompkins' Spontaneanation, Cry Babies with Sarah Thyre & Susan Orlean, Two Dope Queens Podcast and We Should Have a Podcast
She’s so funny, Rosie O’Donnell opened for her. Well, actually Rosie stopped in to do a guest set right before Del went on, but still, Del killed it right after that. Del Harrison or DEL, as most people call her, is very funny. We mean laugh-out-loud-tell-a-friend funny and she’s diverse: a singer, actor, writer, host and one hell of an entrepreneur. In 2009, DEL created Another Sketch Comedy Show online and kicked it off by spoofing the Monique Show (BET). The Mo’Nique Show sketch was so hilarious that Mo’Nique personally called DEL and invited her to be on her show.
Since then, Del’s web presence has rendered over 2 million views and her tv and radio appearances have taken flight. Del has been featured on FOX’s Laughs (Season 1 & 2), TruTV’s Friends of the People, BET’s Top 20 of 2015, The Wendy Williams Show, Yamaneika & Friends’ Rantin’ and Ravin Podcast, The Ed Lover Show on Sirius XM, Arise’s Entertainment 360, The Holla Holla Radio Show and Up Late w/Sha & Del (another Del creation for the web), ParentSociety.com, NickMom’s Actual Housewives of the PTO, CENTRIC Network’s My Two Cents, WETv’s Cinematherapy, XM Radio, GLOTV’s The Gayest Ish Ever, Dr. Oz, FOX’s The Mike & Juliet Show, ABC’s The Revolution, Black Girls Rock Commercial, VH1’s Why Am I Still Single, Warmed Up The Audience for The Oprah Winfrey Show, MTV’s Made and co-starred in two stage plays: “After the Walk” and “Flow” alongside Grammy-winning songwriters Kelly Price and Al. B. Sure.
Lydia Popovich hails from San Francisco, CA. Her anecdotal humor and vivid storytelling make her a unique voice in a sea of dick jokes. On stage, she is a force to be reckoned with bringing energy and unparalleled confidence to each performance. SF Weekly named her the #1 Artist to Watch in 2016 describing her humor as "Hilarious and brutally honest" stating "Her comedy does more than make us laugh; it also makes us think."
She's a featured performer at Rooster T Feathers, Punch Line SF, Punch Line Sacramento and Cobb's Comedy Club. Her comedy can be heard on popular comedy podcasts Put Your Hands Together (Feral Audio) and Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction (Nerdist). She tours nationally and internationally having performed as far away as Berlin and London. Along the way she has opened for certified headliners like Paul Rodriquez, Aisha Tyler, Moshe Kasher, Rob Delaney, Maria Bamford and Jimmy Pardo.
Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters once touched her arm and said, "Hey, you're pretty funny!" The only things that bring her more joy than comedy are Dolly Parton and brunch.
Wed Jan 2 2019 7:45 PM
(Doors 7:15 PM)