7 Comics for $7 All Star Comedy Show
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18 & over
Two drink minimum
7 great headliners for only $7admission! With FRANCES DiLORINZO (Last Comic Standing, Comics Unleashed), FRED STOLLER (Bob's Burgers, Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Everybody Loves Raymond), MIKE BATAYEH (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, You Don't Mess with the Zohan), KT TATARA (Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham, Showtime’s Live Nude Comedy, Comics Unleashed, How I Met Your Mother) and JACK COEN (HBO, Comedy Central Presents) - Plus a Last Call with Carson Daly showcase and taping!
Frances Dilorinzo is a "Mom by Day and Comedian by Night".
The insanity of both roles is what branded Frances Dilorinzo as Funny Frances; Orange County’s premiere stand-up comedian! She has taken YouTube by storm with her “Homemade Implants” video, which has garnered millions of views, and even caught the eye of her top fan, Warren Buffet!
The road to stand-up comedy started back in her college days. She credits one of her professors for pointing her down the path of her dream. He encouraged students to add humor when giving speeches, advice that Frances Dilorinzo took to heart. Dilorinzo went from college speeches to comedy clubs, then from comedy clubs to television! Frances Dilorinzo continues to entertain crowds of all ages with her sarcastic, yet, respectful style.
Television credits for Frances Dilorinzo include appearances on NBC, ABC, CBS, TLC, LIFETIME, BRAVO, and COMEDY CENTRAL. Live events include: hosting THE GOLDEN FOODIES in Orange County for three consecutive years, USO Tours worldwide and performing on top cruise lines around the world. In addition to touring, Frances is the President of Comedy Entertainment, an Orange County-based agency that provides comedy talent for high-end country clubs and corporate events nationwide.
Fred Stoller is an American comedian, actor, and writer best known for his frequent guest starring as Gerard in the American sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond. He has made subsequent guest appearances on many TV shows. He also wrote two episodes of the sitcom Seinfeld.