"Tyler Boeh hosts and headlines an all-star lineup of comics at The Ice House's Stage 2, featuring LA based nationally touring comedians. Performances by: Corey Roberts, Stephanie Blum, Marty Ross, Brandon Vestal, Kristin Key, and Jason Dudey.
Tyler Boeh is professionally funny. He started performing stand-up in Portland, OR and he proved himself as a young but formidable comedian by taking 4th place in the month-long Seattle International Comedy Competition less than two years into his comedy career. Shortly following the competition, Tyler was featured in an article in Horizon Air Magazine about how comedians don’t have to move away from the NW to have a successful career in comedy. By the time the article was published, Tyler had moved away from the NW in hopes of having a successful career in comedy.
Tyler made the move to Boston, MA, where he would spend the next four years continuing to hone his craft. He quickly became a favorite on the Boston scene, but continued to work the road, staying busy performing at clubs across the country. In September of 2008 Tyler participated in the prestigious San Francisco International Comedy Competition where he took 3rd place. Boeh was also a semi-finalist in the Boston Comedy Festival in both 2008 and 2009. In 2009 he was featured on an episode of the second season of NESN’s Comedy All-Stars. In 2011 Tyler had had enough of New England’s winters and decided it was time for another cross-country move.
Now back on the west coast, living in L.A., Boeh is rapidly establishing himself at the top clubs in Hollywood. With a background in improv and a love for writing, Tyler’s act is fast paced with a shotgun delivery. His comedy can be described as high-energy, intelligent, physical, and silly. Tyler has a balance of west coast charm and east coast attitude and has performed across the country from Portland, OR to Portland, ME, so whether he is on the small stage of an intimate comedy club or performing at a theater, Tyler is comfortable, confident, and hilarious. He uses his quick wit and celebrated talent of “beatboxing” to bring audiences to hysterical heights.
Throughout her career, comedian Stephanie Blum has brought audiences into hysterics with her make-no-apologies approach to stand up. As a mother of three and former school psychologist, this street smart Brooklyn native has a strong opinion on just about everything, especially parenting, marriage and her most guilty pleasure, pop-culture.
When not busy making people laugh at comedy clubs in New York, L.A. and Las Vegas, Stephanie appears on TLC’s newest comedy series, #WhatSheSaid as well as Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen, HBO Comedy Minutes, and Country Music Television’s Top 20 Funniest Videos. TLC and Discovery both recently discovered Stephanie’s web series, Moms Rule! and contracted with her to appear in two network series.
In her one woman stage show, When I Cough I Wet Myself, Blum’s motivational style inspires audiences and she’s also a contributor to Child Magazine, Parents Magazine, The Hot Mom’s Handbook, The Comedy Thesaurus and more.
Stephanie was crowned New York’s Funniest Female, chosen for HBO’s U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, and recognized by The New York Times as “a woman with a sitcom life,” consisting of her mentally ill brother and hypochondriac father.
Stephanie Blum holds a New York State license in School Psychology. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the State University of New York at Oneonta and a master’s degree in Education as well as a Certification in School Psychology from Brooklyn College. For twelve years, Blum served as a resident School Psychologist for the New York City Board of Education where she provided family therapy, collaborated with social workers and guidance counselors, performed psychological counseling as well as conducted teacher-student conferences on the high school level.
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.