After spending two decades advising government agencies across the U.S. and teaching finance and economics at one of the nation's leading business schools, Ira decided that what the San Francisco comedy scene really needed was another middle aged Jew from New Jersey, and his mother couldn't be prouder.
Enrique Casolla is a San Francisco-based comedian who was born and raised in the city and spent some years living in different parts of the Bay Area. His comedy includes a wide range of topics and characters. His favorite thing to do is make people laugh.
Clark Little is a comedian from Hazlehurst, Mississippi. That is also the home town of blues legend Robert Johnson, famous drag queen Lypsinka (John Epperson) and that judge from Divorce Court. He hopes to join that elite company so he can be etched in the annals of history of his beloved hometown…before everyone speaks Mandarin and makes shoes because of our unstable government.
Tomas (pronounced toe-moss) Flores is a Mexican-American comic in San Francisco. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Tomas made a long series of career mistakes, including a decade-long teaching career, before embarking on his comedic voyage. He worked his way out of the barrio by attending college and getting a degree in English. Like Jon Lovitz, Tomas is a graduate of UC Irvine. Unlike Jon Lovitz, Tomas is broke and not famous.
His comedy centers on his observations on life and his struggles with being too Mexican for America and not Mexican enough for his family. A regular at The Purple Onion at Kells, Tomas can also be seen performing throughout the Bay Area and California, including Punch Line San Francisco and The Comedy Store in Los Angeles.