It happened! Our first show of 2012 and first show at Cafe Club Fais Do-Do. Johnny Pemberton and the rest of the gang of comedians started it off well. Performances included T.J. Miller (explaining the lights), Sean Conroy, Chris Hardwick, Barry Rothbart, Matt McKenna and videos from Shepard Boucher.
We ended 2011 and our awesome 18-month run at Smashbox Studios with a particularly fun and crazy show. Jimmy Pardo lead the way with help from Finesse Mitchell, Andy Peters, Karl Hess and Eric Andre. Plus, we got to see the first episode of the 2nd season of Jason Nash Is Married.
Thanks to everyone who made time during the holidays to make it out to the show and brought a ton of clothes for our OPCC clothing drive. It was a tremendous success.
Our November show was a memorable one, indeed. Chris Hardwick took the reigns and we were off to a fun night. Gafrunkel & Oates and Weird Al Yankovic treated us to a surprise set, performing 3 songs and blowing people's minds. Chris Kattan did an oddball and fun surprise drop-in set, too. We also had killer performances from Sarah Tiana, Greg Behrendt and Drennon Davis. There were also three fun shorts from Lauren Palmigiano. Thanks again to our great crowd for staying for the long haul even when the drinks ran out. We're always lucky to have such a great turnout.
We had an insanely fun time at the October show headed up by T.J. Miller, who brings screwing around to an artistic level. Great performances by Miller, Amy Schumer, Matt Knudsen, Garfunkel & Oates and Alex Fernie & Alex Berg. The super talented director Jason Woliner treated us to a sweet sneak preview of a Season 2 Eagleheart episode, too. Thanks to everyone who made it out!
Our 1-year anniversary show was packed to the walls with a great audience and stellar performances. You can check-out the photos from the show on Flickr or below in the handy-dandy slide show. Thanks again to Greg Proops, The Sklar Brothers, Johnny Pemberton, Melissa Villasenor, Kirk Zipfel and Josh Fadem. We also saw some great short frilms from Royal Mutt. A truly great way to celebrate a year of comedy and randomness at Smashbox Studios.
Summer started off with a bang at our June show. A ton of fun performances from Natasha Leggero, Greg Fitzsimmons, Rob Delaney, Paul Scheer, Andrew Donnelly and Keilly & Roeters. Plus, we caught three funny videos from up-and-coming director, Eric Appel. It was a blast thanks to our kick-ass crowd who was game for it all.
In case you missed it, you can check-out the May photos here.
We're a little late on this one but here's another batch of sweet photos from the April Super Serious Show. Great sets from all of our performers - Brendon Walsh, Thomas Lennon, Ryan Sickler, Aisha Tyler, Matt Besser and Allan McLeod.
Our St. Patrick's Day show was a blast with awesome performances and a lively crowd. Jay Larson lead the way with Eddie Pepitone, Jen Kirkman, James Adomian and Lost Moon Radio filling out the night at Smashbox Studios. Scott Gairdner added three sweet videos, including his exclusive "Adulterers" clip that killed.
Want to relive the awesomeness of the February Super Serious Show? You should. And you can try. Thanks to our show photos.
Boy, did we ever pack everyone in at the great Smashbox Studios - nice and friendly-like. Again, everyone who cam out to the show continue to prove we have one of the best crowds in Los Angeles. Jimmy Pardo lead the way on a truly memorable night. Amazing performances by all - Pardo, Sarah Silverman, Reggie Watts, Ali Wong, Andres du Bouchet, Dana Gould and A Kiss From Daddy. Plus a Valetine-friendly video from Brent Weinbach and Moshe Kasher. Not to mention great pre and post show music from DJ R-Rated.
October Super Serious one of our more off-beat and fun nights yet. As always, we had a great crowd and amazing performances at Smashbox Studios. Great performances by Brent Weinbach, Chris D'Elia, Eric Nigg, Slow Children Crossing and the troubled Bob Ducca (Seth Morris). We started the show off with a great video from Shawn Carlow, as well. Definitely a memorable night for all who attended. Here are some great photographs from Rebecca Adler Rotenberg. See these and more at our Flickr page!