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Crabfeast Stand-Up Show Wednesday, July 24, 2013 08:00 PM Brea Improv, Brea, CA
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  • Ticket Price: $12.00
  • Door Time: 7:30 PM
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Restrictions: 18 & over
    Two items minimum
Description:

A Baltimore native, Sickler is one of the best straight-to-it smart-ass comedians working today. Sickler’s comedy throws caution to the wind. With an unyielding honesty, he’s just as comfortable mixing it up with the raucous crowds as he is messing with the cool kids’ assumptions.

Beyond the straight stand-up game, Ryan Sickler is an engaging and informed sports commentator. Sickler shows off his sports and comedy skills as a regular on Fox Sports and their series, Cubed and has blogged for his hometown Baltimore Ravens on NFL.com.

Sickler is also a frequent contributor to Fuel TV.  Additionally, his television appearances include Comedy Central’s Live At Gotham, The Late Late Show and BET’s One Mic Stand. Sickler also wrote and produced the Atom TV series, Cutman on Comedy Central and has written for Joan Rivers.  Sickler’s acting background includes working with the famed sketch-comedy troupe and school, The Groundlings.

In 2010 New Wave Entertainment released Ryan Sickler’s debut comedy album, Above Ground Cool. The album is a quick-hitting, unapologetic collection of working class stories, laced with outside-the-box insights.

Catch Ryan weekly on his podcast, The CrabFeast.


Jay Larson

With appearances on TOSH.0, The Late Late show, The Smoking Gun Presents, Conan and his own half hour special on Comedy Central Jay has come a long way since he moved to Los Angeles in 2000.  After flunking out of college, then finally getting accepted back after many attempts, Jay threw away his diploma to pursue a career in Stand Up comedy.  After living in a condemned house for 14 months, I mean who hasn’t, Jay started opening for comedy greats such as Nick Swardson, Daniel Tosh and Pablo Fransisco.  He soon became known as a comedian with a whacky, original voice who tends to get a little weird.  Since those early days Jay has continued climbing the ranks with multiple TV appearances, many internet short films and his first album, “Self-Diagnosed”, available on itunes

.  His voice continues to grow as he has delved into the world of interacting with strangers and creating conflict with people he doesn’t know.  Jay is a fantastic storyteller, showcased weekly on his podcast, “The Crabfeast” on Jay Mohr’s Fake Mustache Studios.  With TV projects in development, be sure to catch Jay now before he ignores everyone…forever…
seriously…he will.