Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
21 & over
Description: 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.
Ron Babcock (Just For Laughs Fest)
James Fritz (Just For Laughs)
Brandie Posey (Lady to Lady Podcast)
Ester-Kay Steinberg (Bravo's Millionare Matchmaker)
Stephanie Stevens (All Over)
Doug Driesel (History Channel)
Ed Galvez (Fort Podcast)
Host: Rajan Dharni (CBS Diversity)
Ed Galvez: 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.
Ron Babcock: Originally from Northeast Pennsylvania, I am now a writer and performer in LA. Standup is my favorite. I’ve been to a few festivals, won a few competitions and been on TV a few times. (Last Comic Standing, The Rotten Tomatoes Show, Fuel TV)
I’ve also traveled the world twice by ship and am embarrassingly good at devilsticks, thanks to a belief in high school that juggling would make me cool. Spoiler alert, it did.
Brandie Posey: Brandie Posey is a stand up comedian/writer/producer who has performed in venues all over Los Angeles from The Upright Citizens Brigade to The Hollywood Improv to the rec room of a section 8 housing development in Compton. She has also hit the road, making audiences laugh in San Francisco, Chicago, New York, Washington DC, Phoenix & as a featured performer at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland. She has appeared on MTV, E! & Comedy Central's Tosh.0. Quickly making a name for herself, Brandie weaves complex stories and rants based on the quirky, everyday moments she finds herself in – epic tales from the mundane. She has been published on The Apiary and produces two hit shows in Los Angeles - Lady To Lady & Picture This - both at The Little Modern Theater. She is managed by The Collective. Please follow her on twitter @Brandazzle.