With IAN HARRIS, TK KELLY, MARIA SHEHATA, MICHAEL MAGID, BLAKE WEXLER, RYE SILVERMAN, CLAUDE STUART and DWAYNE PERKINS
"RECYCLED BABIES" is a silly sketch comedy squad with a “dark” heart. The group blends loveably damaged characters in somewhat familiar situations skewed to the absurd and twisted. The intertwined universe where these sketches live allows the funny to come before the conscience.
The cast of Recycled Babies is a blend of established and rising stand-up comedians, actors and comedy writers. The Babies have been developing a fantastic underground and online following. Check out their bios and pictures right here:
This show will feature the stars of "RECYCLED BABIES" performing stand-up, and the group will also be screening some of their most popular sketches. And following the performance, there's a post-show celebration where you can meet and party with The Babies themselves!
Originally a San Francisco Bay Area comic, Ian has been a top headliner for years, touring nationally, as well as a staple on the L.A. comedy scene, winner of many major comedy competitions, was ranked #25 on Entertainment Business Journal's Top 100 Comedians list and called "the top character comic in Los Angeles" by Backstage West. Ian has been seen and heard on Comedy Central, Jimmy Kimmel Live, SiriusXM, Mojo Nixon's Lyin' Cocksuckers, Playboy Radio and Jessica Hall's Morning After. His first hour cable TV special Ian Harris: Critical & Thinking, a charged, cutting edge, skeptical look on the common beliefs attached to our collective American culture, was released on August 2014 by Inception Media Group. AXS TV called Critical & Thinking, "A truly masterful hour of wit, humor and derisive jabbing".
A native New Yorker, TK Kelly now lives in Los Angeles as a writer and blogger for Tosh.0 on Comedy Central.
He has performed at clubs across the country like Gotham, the Improv, the Comedy Store, and Standup NY, and has written for Comedy Central Studios, Second City, Funny or Die and SportsNet NY.
He co-hosts “Movie Night,” a weekly podcast with fellow comedian Dwayne Perkins, and also runs the popular LA standup show, Warp Zone Comedy at the Virgil.
As a kid, I always liked comedy and would listen to albums by George Carlin, Bob Newhart, Bill Cosby, and Lenny Bruce. Despite my enjoyment of these great talents, I decided to pursue an unfunny career and left Los Angeles for San Francisco State College to be a lawyer. When that did not hold my attention, I switched majors and ended up getting a Bachelor of. Art Degree in Communications.