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Tony Baker is a Los Angeles based comedian, television/film writer and actor making waves on the national comedy scene. He’s a unique talent, possessing the rare combination of being edgy, yet clean enough for the entire family.
Tony is featured on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing”, the second season of Comedy Central’s “Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand-up Revolution”, and has won several stand up comedy competitions. He is a paid regular at The Comedy Store, The Laugh Factory, The Comedy and Magic Club, and the Comedy Union. He has also featured at Flappers, Pepper Bellys, The Punch Line, The Ha Ha Cafe, The Ice House & The Improv Comedy clubs and is a crowd favorite on the college circuit nationwide. Tony has also co-written and featured in numerous comedy sketches and short films.
- NBC: “Last Comic Standing” (2014 & 2015)
- Aspire: “We Got Next” (2014)
Jose Barrientos, along with Barbara Holliday and Joshua Snyder, discusses when Jose was on ABC’s 20/20 for his YouTube videos “Speech 101 Prank”; him being in the army, going to Iraq twice, and the paper cuts he received from going; his impressions, how his skill at computer tech borderlines on magic; and his actual performances of magic.
During our I See Dumb People segment, Jose reads an email that was sent to Flappers, and Barb reads the response she wanted to send, then the response she actually sent.
During Punch It Up, Isaac Hirsch, winner of a Flappers’s Uncle Clyde’s Comedy Contest Soup Or Bowl round, performs a 3 minute set and gets critiques.
Speeh 101 Prank
Greg Hahn, along with Barbara Holliday and Joshua Snyder, discusses Pokemon Go; the political comedy that Greg doesn’t do; online dating; the vibe of the comedian who is performing before you on a show; how there needs to be a more positive term for “clean comedy”; and that he doesn’t use gimmicks like other comedians, such as timing, good writing, arcs, and other crutches; various injuries he’s sustained for comedy; and some of his favorite foods. During our I See Dumb People segment, Greg reads a real email that was sent to Flappers, and Barb reads the response that she wanted to send, and then also the response she actually sent.
Barbara Holliday and Joshua Snyder discuss this weekend’s headliner Jen Kober; Barb’s phone autocorrecting words into curse words; that we’re moving the FlappCast from our Main Room to our Waldorf classroom; and gay, lesbian, and transgender comedians. During Punch It Up, Bonnie Rieger and Tam Pham perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.
Jann Karam, along with Barbara Holliday and Joshua Snyder, discusses her being on the show Seinfeld, other TV appearances, and her play Reclining Nude On La Cienega. During Punch It Up, Yousef Abu-Taleb and Steve Saracino perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.
Joshua Snyder and Ken Pringle discuss Flappers upcoming events such as Drew Lynch recording his upcoming special “Did I Stutter” here, the Burbank Comedy Festival, and that comedy legend Mel Brooks just turned 90! Happy Birthday Mel! During Punch It Up, Jessie Stegner and Vincent Molina perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.
Peter Marr, along with Barbara Holliday and Joshua Snyder, discusses him being on Dana Carvey’s new show on USA, First Impressions; what Peter’s process is for coming up with impressions; how Flappers is the place for love connections, including Peter’s engagement; accents; the pilot episode Peter did for his show with Darren Carter, called Nailed It (on YouTube); and the fact that Peter’s awesome construction skills built the wooden enclosures for Flappers digital signage. During Punch It Up, Erikka Fortenberry, Ren Koontz, Caleb McLemore, and Keith Strader perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.