Category Archives: Self Promotion

“The Hills Law & Order” – Chelsea Lately

My latest appearance on Chelsea Lately as Audrina in “The Hills Law & Order.”

Special Show! The Writers of “Chelsea Lately” at the Hollywood Improv

Date:
Thursday, March 5, 2009
Time:
8:00pm – 10:00pm
Location:
The Hollywood Improv
Street:
8162 Melrose Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90046 (323) 651-2583

Reserve Tickets now! Only $14

Aside from working on “Chelsea Lately”, these comedians have appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, The Lyricist Lounge, G4 TV.com, X-Play, Premium Blend, Carnivale, Ghost Whisperer, VIP Passport, Late Friday, Scrubs, and have performed around the world.

The writers of Chelsea Lately – who are also stand-up comics will entertain you!
With:
Jen Kirkmanjenkirk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Heather McDonald hmcd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guy Branum

guy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brad Wollackbwoll

 

 

 

 

Chris Franjolafran

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dave Hansondhanson

 

and hosted by Brody Stevens!brody

(Chelsea Lately) Facts of Life Reunion Special

I am Jo!

This Week with Kirkman 9/6 – 9/11

Hello everyone!

Here is where I’m performing this week! 
 
Saturday, September 6th @ 11pm
Twelve Shiny Nickels $8/Doors at 10:30pm (free beer)
Gardner Stages – 1501 N. Gardner Street @ Sunset
Hollywood CA 90046
 
Monday, September 8th
I am a new political pundit for a great webzine called Pop-Rock Candy Mountain!
My first article appears Monday. My bi-monthly column is called, “The Registered Independent”
For now – check out a Q&A I did in preparation for my column!
http://poprockcandymountain.com/?p=1340
 
Tuesday, September, 9th
“See You Next Tuesday” Free
Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre
5919 Franklin Avenue LA CA 90028
http://losangeles.ucbtheatre.com/shows/746
 
Wednesday, September 10th
R-Bar Comedy Night! Free! 9pm
3331 8th (corner of Irolo, two blocks south of Normandie & Wilshire)
 
Thursday, September 11th
The Great and Secret Comedy Show! @ 9pm
Free show! Free punch!
Hosted by The Walsh Brothers
The Improv Comedy Lab (or the old Second City Annex)
8156 Melrose Avenue West Hollywood CA 90046
 
***In other news! My comedy album SELF HELP is for sale at the Aspecialthing online store or here on iTunes!
 
***My name is on page 43 of this week’s Rolling Stone magazine! I’m mentioned as one of the narrators of the hilarious Drunk History series!
 
Coming up later this month! 826LA’s Dead Authors night! Tiger Lily! Comedy is Dead at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery!

My Comedy Album

My comedy album is now available in a few different places besides the original online store. “SELF HELP” is now available on iTunes and Amazon.com

You can read reviews of it on: Punchline Magazine,  & Impose Magazine.

I recorded it at the UCB Theatre in Los Angeles in November of 2006 and it was originally released in 2007. It was the first album from the independent label Aspecialthing Records. It was slightly experimental for me. It’s part story-telling, part jokes, part improvised material. Lots of the material that exists – has since been honed but this is a great example of what one night at the UCB in L.A. is like, if you should wander in and see me do about 45 minutes.

Drunk History Volume 3

Drunk History 3 is now online!
I was the narrator of Drunk History Vol. 3 about George Washington’s slave Oney Judge.
(There is debate on the YouTube boards about the accuracy of Washington having slaves and yes he did, and yes it was him who signed the Fugitive Slave act into law.)
From Wikipedia:
In fact, as President, Washington brought eight household slaves with him to the Executive Mansion in Philadelphia. By Pennsylvania law, slaves who resided in the state became legally free after six months. Washington rotated his household slaves between Mount Vernon and Philadelphia so that they did not earn their freedom, a scheme he attempted to keep hidden from his slaves and the public. Two slaves escaped while in Philadelphia: one of these,
Ona Judge, was located in New Hampshire. Judge could have been captured and returned under the Fugitive Slave Act, which Washington had signed into law in 1793, but this was not done so as to avoid public controversy.[8]
ANYWAY
Here is Drunk History Volume 3!!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqzUI1ihfpk
p.s. I already read the comments that I’m not funny, faking being drunk, flat-chested, I suck, chicks are dumb, etc. So, since this is my blog, I will only post nice comments! I deserve a break!