Danielle Arce has performed in various comedy clubs & venues all over the country since 2011. She performs primarily in Southern California venues including The Comedy Store in Hollywood, Flapper’s Comedy Club in Burbank, The Comedy Palace in San Diego, and more. Her comedy is smart, a little goofy, and can range from clean humor to PG-13. Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, Danielle began performing stand-up after 5 years of improv comedy experience. She brings a bright stage presence that makes her impossible to ignore.
Raul Zambrano started doing comedy on April 9th of 2013 in San Diego, CA. His name was drawn out of a bucket out of a colossal 30 other comedians, so thus the Gods and destiny were on his side. His debut was as powerful as the Thunders of Valhalla, laughter roared and filled the room like a tidal wave of hungry lions. Raul consumed the sweet nectar of immediate validation and hence began to have an unquenchable thirst for the stage. He had tasted blood, and he wanted more. Raul looked up at the sky and cursed the Gods for this wretched hex; for his life was no longer the life of a simple college drop out. No. He trekked journeys between comedy clubs to perform at The La Jolla Comedy Store, The American Comedy Co, The Comedy Palace, but was ultimately adopted by the Mad House Comedy Club as an honorary member. Legend says he still performs today.
In October 2013, at the age of 20, Jaleesa Johnson first began performing stand-up comedy. Her very first stand-up performance was at a small hookah cafe called The hART Lounge in Downtown, San Diego. After about a dozen performances throughout all of San Diego County, in January 2014, Jaleesa competed and advanced to the Quarterfinals in her first comedy competition, The 4th Annual San Diego’s Funniest Person Contest. Jaleesa’s material has evolved from raunchy and hypersexual humor into a more witty, thought-provoking and observational performance.
Richie Estrada began performing stand-up comedy in 2009 in Lancaster, CA. Richie has performed in various venues all over San Diego and Los Angeles. He was the 2014 winner of the Imperial Beach Comedy Contest. Richie brings hilarious, high-energy comedy every time he steps on stage.
Show starts at 9pm
Tickets are $10
Laff Town Live
2401 Main St.
Located inside Traffic Premium Lounge