Headliner: Carlos Rodriguez
Carlos is known for his observational humor, spanning from silly nuances of mundane daily life to clever commentary on rather offbeat subject matter. Carlos gives a veteran perspective on the changing scene of stand-up comedy from the influence of new social media platforms to a rising sense of political correctness. He shares these new taboos in stage performance as we dive deeper into some of his more crowd-triggering jokes.
Opener: Daniel Storrow
Daniel Storrow started doing stand up comedy in the early part of the 21st century. When starting out, he was a substitute teacher, where he was continually disrespected and undervalued. While providing some material for his act, it was ultimately killing his sense of self-worth. Daniel enjoys standup comedy because even on a bad night, it’s rare that audience members throw pencils and wadded pieces of paper at him when he is turned around. A trained actor and San Diego native, Daniel is known for his quick wit and intelligent musings on everyday life.