Standup Comedy Show Far Easter 5 with Dat Phan, Joe Wong, Kevin Shea and Kevin Kataoka
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The last date listed for Far Easter 5 was Saturday April 3, 2010 / 10:15pm.
Currently at Cobb's Comedy Club:
- Full Price:
- $20.00 - $25.00
- Our Price:
- $10.00 - $12.50
Actor-comedian Chris Kattan has had a great deal of comedy success on the stage, in films and on the small screen. The list of his most memorable Saturday Night Live characters stretches over nearly a decade on the show, including such favorites as Mr. Peppers, Mango, Azrael Abyss, Kyle DeMarco and Suel Forrester. His stint as half of the head-bobbing Butabi brothers, alongside fellow cast member Will Ferrell, saw him make the leap onto the big screen in 1998's A Night at the Roxbury. Also a former member of the world-renowned improv/sketch troupe the Groundlings, Kattan has continued to perform on stage, including headlining stand-up comedy events at clubs and theaters around the country. Learn More
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As usual, Goldstar prices make everything a notch better. Good laugh
out loud moments, some occasional lag with loss of momentum. Overall
a good night out with plenty of laughing. There is a two drink minimum at
Cobb's which at times be clumsy and feel like a processing plant- But that would not stop me from going again.
Dat Phan was the winner of the inaugural season of NBC's smash comedy hit “Last Comic Standing.” Since then he has starred in his own "Comedy Central Presents..." special and appeared on many other television shows such as "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," “The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn,” and “Comics Unleashed,” and even did a voiceover for “The Family Guy.” Dat has released two comedy CDs and is currently working on a live DVD & CD to be released sometime this year, as well as doing pre-production on a movie called “Yellow Fever.”
Self-titled as an “all American immigrant,” Joe Wong’s jokes range from ethnic, personal, political, observational to bizarre. It’s not always easy to categorize his humor, but it is always inspired. Joe made the leap from China to the United States in 1994, moving to Boston in late 2001 to take advantage of the well-established comedy scene where he became a favorite among comedians and audience members alike. In 2003, Joe wrote and produced the short film, "Joe Huang For President," which won Best Short Film at the 2003 Cambridge Fringe Fest. Joe made his way to the top eight in the 2003 Boston International Comedy Festival. Currently, Joe Wong performs regularly in major comedy clubs and colleges throughout the country. His volume of comedy material, his originality, and his "cut-from-a-different-kind-of-mold" character create a persona that audiences can't help but love.
Kevin Shea was originally born in Seoul, Korea and in January of 1981 he was adopted and sent to America to live with a middle class Irish family in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Kevin moved to San Francisco in 2000 where he was convinced by a friend to go to an open mic and has been doing stand-up ever since. Not trying to become the typical Asian comic Kevin strayed away from Korean accents based on their mothers'.....plus his mom is a honkey. He concentrated on developing his own style that has said to be very laid back and fresh. With his unique style and jokes, he caught the eyes of Hollywood and was invited to the prestigious Montreal Comedy Festival. Kevin has had numerous television appearances, which include Comedy Central's Premium Blend, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and most recently HBO’s Down and Dirty. He is currently living in Los Angeles.
Combining solid material with a boyish charm, you may have seen Kevin Kataoka most recently on Comedy Central's “Premium Blend”. Originally from the San Francisco bay area, but now living in Los Angeles, Kevin Kataoka has also performed live on NBC's Late Friday and in animated form on Comedy Central's "Dr. Katz". While performing standup across North America, Kevin Kataoka has also managed to squeeze in time to write for Fox's “Mad TV” and “Blind Date” (yes, some of those "thought bubbles" are his).