PBR Presents: The Ed Galvez Punk House
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Stand Up Comedy
21 & over
PBR's Punk House is the longest running show on the Westside of Los Angeles. And sponsered by PBR means $2 beers!! Great comedy, cheap beers, never a drink minumum.
Host: Robert Buscemi (Bridgetown Comedy Fest)
Keith Carey (Warp Zone Comedy)
Bobbie Oliver (NY Posts "Top comedians in America")
Mark Serritella (XM Sirius)
Dan Bialek (Action Figure Therapy)
Colleen Watson (SF Sketchfest)
Ed Galvez (Huffpost Live)
Ed Galvez has been doing stand-up since moving to LA in the Summer of 1998. Ed got his start studying at UCB, IO West, Second City, ACME, and The Groundlings. Ed has written and performed in many sketch shows, and can be regularly seen performing with his improv team Pangea, as well as doing stand-up all over the country. Ed also performed his one man show "Love Life Limb" at top comedy venues all across the country. Ed has appeared in numerous national and local commercials, MTV's Paris Hilton's My New BFF, and was featured in The History Channel's documentary History of the Joke hosted by Lewis Black.
Currently Ed co-hosts The Fort Podcast (www.thefortcast.com) with Mike Costantini & Kevin Ford and is the host of his weekly show "The Ed Galvez Punk House," at M.I.'s Westside Comedy Theater, where every Wednesday he features national headlining comics, underground heroes as well as the best up & comers. His album "Why are Things Weird" is available for download on Itunes and Amazon.
Award-winning, critically drooled-over comedian Robert Buscemi is regularly lauded in the press as one of the most innovative, talented comics around. He's becoming a regular on the festival circuit, won Chicago Snubfest's "Best Comic" honors twice, and was named one of three "Best Comedian" finalists at the 2007 Chicago Comedy Awards. He also recently released his debut standup DVD, "Robert Buscemi, (t)wit!", on DVD.
An accomplished stage and screen actor, Buscemi is both a SAG member and voice-over ace, and has starred in over a dozen commercials, most famously as a talking cigarette in a series of HILARIOUS, award-winning TV spots. He also stars in many original short comedy films.
In addition to writing and starring in two highly acclaimed hour-long one-man stage comedies, Buscemi has done loads of improv and acted in a million plays, including with award-winning Chicago theater companies.