no-holds-barred style commands your attention even when the check is dropping. Currently he doesn't have an agent, manager, or a million Twitter followers, but club bookers still take a chance on him. Kaseem has appeared on Viceland, NBC SeeSo, KQED, and Rooftop Comedy, and was named one of SF Weekly's Comics To Watch.
Quincy Johnson iiis a los angeles based comedian actor plus all around great guy he's featured/opened for Joey "Coco" Diaz, Darren Carter, Flip Schultz, Theo Von, Al Jackson, Greg Behrendt, Quincy Jones and more while on the road doing standup comedy. Quincy has also been seen in motion pictures likes C’mon Man staring Tony Rock and the hit movie DOPE. Quincy's also been featured on several television shows including Community on NBC, Black-ish on ABC, VH1's Walk Of Shame Shuttle and BET's Real Husbands Of Hollywood.
Felicia Folkes is a writer and comedian with a hilariously candid and unconventional point of view. She has been seen on Comedy Central and can be found performing all over her native city of Los Angeles; from The World Famous Comedy Store, to The Hollywood Improv, to the weekly show that she hosts at Westside Comedy Theater. She has also been a feature comedian for Maria Bamford and was interviewed by L.A. Weekly as a part of their, “Young LA Comics” series. This up-and-coming comic will change any preconceived notions you may have ever had about a young woman from Inglewood…
is a fearless comedian from the state of Virginia. Greg moved to San Francisco in 2001 and became a fixture on the Bay Area comedy scene. Greg is known for his distinctive voice, one-liners, awkward views and social commentary. He's performed at Jamie Foxx's Laffapollozza, SF SketchFest, SF Burrito & Comedy Fest, Riot LA and was awarded the prestigious Dan Crawford Award from the San Francisco Punchline in 2009 . Greg has worked with Dave Chappelle, Paul Mooney, Patrice O'Neal, Damon Wayans, Bill Burr, Charlie Murphy, Maria Bamford, Jim Jeffries, Harland Williams, Bill Bellamy, Deon Cole, W. Kamau Bell and many more outstanding comedians. Not forgetting his acting chops, Greg shines in the award winning comedy short film, INTERVIEW DATE from 2012. Most recently, Greg stars as "Sparky Sweets PhD" of the critically-acclaimed web series THUG NOTES. Greg currently resides in Los Angeles and hosts the monthly comedy show "Blame Social Media" at The Hollywood Improv Lab.
nEXT BLAME SOCIAL MEDIA SHOW
GREG STARTED BLAME SOCIAL MEDIA IN 2015. THE SHOW HAS GONE THROUGH MANY CO-HOST AND DIFFERENT VENUES BUT THE VISION HAS STAYED THE SAME. BLAME SOCIAL MEDIA IS ALL ABOUT SHOWCASING GREAT COMEDIANS WHILE ALSO ROASTING AND EMBARRASSING COMEDIANS ABOUT THEIR CRAZY SOCIAL MEDIA THAT THEY VOLUNTEER to the world on the internet. "I BASICALLY GOT TIRED OF GOING TO AND PERFORMING AT THE SAME OLD COMEDY SHOWS AND I WAS LOOKING TO CREATE SOMETHING FRESH THAT AUDIENCES AND PERFORMERS WOULD ENJOY WATCHING AND BEING APART OF.
blame social mediaIS A INTERACTIVE COMEDY SHOW WHERE COMEDIANS DO A SHORT SET OF STANDUP IN FRONT OF A LIVE AUDIENCE & AFTER THEIR SET THEY SIT DOWN WITH greg edwards, christine little, kaseem bentley and quincy johnson II & WE GO THROUGH A CURATED MONTAGE OF THEIR SOCIAL MEDIA IN FRONT OF THE AUDIENCE WITHOUT THE COMEDIAN OR THE AUDIENCE KNOWING WHAT WE'RE GOING TO SHOW. WE GO THROUGH FACEBOOK TWITTER, INSTAGRAM, YOUTUBE, GOOGLE ANYTHING WE CAN FIND THATS EMBARRASSING AND HILARIOUs.