Anna David's True Tales of Lust and Love from Writers and Comedians 16
21 & over
More tickets will be sold at the box office after 7:00. $8 cash sales only.
Featuring Anna David (author, Party Girl, Falling For Me, & Animal Attraction)
$8 adv / $8 day of show
Dinner reservations recommended.
Call 323-954-9400 ext 1
Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
Anna David (www.annadavid.com) is the author of the books Party Girl (HarperCollins, 2007), Bought (HarperCollins, 2009), Reality Matters (HarperCollins, 2010), Falling for Me (HarperCollins, 2011) and the Kindle Singles Animal Attraction (Amazon, 2012) and They Like Me, They Really Like Me (Amazon, 2013). She's written first-person sex, dating and relationship pieces for The New York Times, The LA Times, Playboy, and Movieline, among many others publications, and penned reported pieces and celebrity interviews for, among others, Vanity Fair, Cosmo, People, Premiere, Us Weekly, Details, Redbook, Self, Esquire UK, Marie Claire UK, Tatler and Women’s Health. She appears regularly on The Today Show, CNN’s Showbiz Tonight, The CBS Morning Show, Fox’s Hannity and Red Eye, HLN’s Dr. Drew and was the sex and dating expert on G4’s Attack of the Show for three years. She’s currently editing True Tales of Lust and Love, an anthology that will be released by Counterpoint/Soft Skull on 2/14/2014.
Jillian Lauren is the author of the memoir Some Girls: My Life in a Harem and the novel Pretty. Her writing has appeared in The Paris Review Daily, The New York Times, Los Angeles Magazine and Vanity Fair among others. She has performed at spoken word and storytelling events across the country and is co-host with comedian Melinda Hill of the new hit podcast Eat My Podcast. She recently debuted her one-woman show, Mother Tongue.
Laura House (http://laurahouse.com/) is a comic, writer and meditation teacher. You may have seen her on a campaign of Sprint commercials, opposite Natalie Portman as a hillbilly slut in Where the Heart is, or hoarding M&M’s from any number of craft service tables. She’s also written on Samantha Who?, Blue Collar TV, and The George Lopez Show, and Rosie O’Donnell’s OWN show.
Janet Varney is a writer, producer, actor and improviser in Los Angeles. She founded and produces SF Sketchfest, The San Francisco Comedy festival, hosts the innovative podcast The JV Club (featuring guests including Connie Chung, Christina Hendricks, Gillian Jacobs and more) and is the voice of the title character on Nickelodeon's popular animated show, The Legend of Korra. She spent seven years hosting TBS' Dinner and a Movie and has appeared on numerous television series and films including Entourage, How I Met Your Mother, and Psych.
Jackie Kashian has been a national touring comic for over 15 years. She has her own half hour special on Comedy Central, was a semi-finalist on Last Comic Standing, has been on This American Life with Ira Glass and recently killed on Conan. Her latest CD, “It is Never Going to Be Bread” was one of the Top 10 comedy albums on Amazon in 2010. She has a weekly podcast, The Dork Forest, where she interviews people about their obsessions.
Eric Martin is the host and producer of the public radio parody This American Wife, a podcast and now web series from Fremantle Media. Eric is a graduate of UCLA's School of Film, Theater, and Television, but is surprisingly decent at math, too. He's worked at Universal Studios for 14 lucky years, where he produces live entertainment. He is an accomplished voice over artist and audio book narrator. Eric also produces a couple of other podcasts, is on the improv team Puppy Party, and generally doesn't have too much free time.