The Yard House is right next door to the Brea Improv. Their Happy Hour ends at 6:00 but if we get in there before it ends we can load up and take advantage of the Happy Hour prices. A few of the comics, Jim Taylor, Wes Martens and Cindy Burns will be there at 5:30. So come hang out at the Yard House then we can walk over to the Improv and finish out the night!
Tuesday October 22 at the Brea Improv!
Tony Calabrese - Cindy Burns - Rebecca Arthur and Allison Ehret!
RSVP here and your free tickets will be waiting for you at the Brea Improv Box office.
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The Improv does have a 2 item minimum purchase requirement.
Tony Calabrese's comedy is best described as frustrated middle aged married fat guy meets lazy ninja. His exuberant body language and facial expressions combined with his over the top takes on life's events make him an audience favorite everywhere.
A native San Diegan, Tony Calabrese has been performing comedy since 1995, specializing in corporate events and as a master of ceremonies and auctioneer for charity benefits.
At 55, he has been married for 34 years, in a row, and has two grown sons and three grandchildren. He talks about life, world events, marriage, kids, grandkids, the corporate world, and the trials and tribulations of not staying in top physical condition.
Tony has spent 35 years as a banker in San Diego and is the former President and CEO of not one but two banks. That's right Bank President turned Comedian.
See a clip of Tony here
Cindy Burns is a 25 year old trapped in the body of a 58 year old confesses
"I used to be the kind of girl that said you can look but don't touch. I'm at age now where you can touch but don't look!"
Make no mistake , this 5'1" 100 pound brunette is hot... only now it comes in flashes.
Trying desperately to maintain a positive attitude as she watches her youth slip away, you get the feeling she could snap at any time.
Cindy has appeared on Oprah and the Tonight Show.
She created, produces and performs with the "Funniest Housewives of Orange County". The show is inspired by a cast of strong funny and fabulous femme fatale's who do it Standing-Up!
See a clip of Cindy here.
An angry Rebecca Arthur lumbers onto the stage looking as if she were about to audition for Godzilla’s bride. She plants herself meaningfully in the middle of the stage and glares at her audience. Finally when the laughter fades, without a hint of a smile on her face, the TALL COMIC delivers humor so dry it could suck the water out of an Olympic sized pool. And the audience goes wild.
"Yeah, I know how big I am. You tend to notice when you have to buy your shoes online…from ‘Blacksmith.com."
After I won California’s Funniest Female the rumors started…that I offered sex to the judges…I don’t offer sex….I threaten sex…" Wining California’s Funniest Female Contest over 120 funny females, Rebecca then proceeded to perform her comedy act from Los Angeles to New York. She was seen on Last Comic Standing and on TLC’s Faking It. Most recently she performed at the 2011 Boston Comedy Festival.
See a clip of Rebecca here!