Stephanie Blum, Ron Placone & Amanda Cohen
Stand Up Comedy

Ron Placone’s Comedy Night with

Doors 7:00 PM

Get ready to laugh with a night of side-splitting comedy at the Grand Annex!

Stephanie Blum has brought audiences into hysterics with her brutally honest stand-up. As a mother of three and former school psychologist, this street-smart Brooklyn native rips into her favorite subjects including marriage, parenting, dieting and life in general.

Blum is everywhere! You may have seen her on one of her many TV appearances including HBO’s Comedy Minutes, Discovery Family’s Babies Behaving Badly and CMT’s 20 Funniest Videos or read her contributions to Parents Magazine, The Hot Mom’s Handbook or The Comedy Thesaurus.

She performs year-round in clubs and casinos around the country including The Comedy Store, The Ice House, New York’s Comic Strip, Caroline’s, Gotham Comedy Club, Stand-Up New York and she most recently opened for Paul Reiser at the Comedy and Magic Club in Hermosa Beach.

Presenter: Ron Placone

Ron Placone Ron Placone is an LA-based comedian. He has been seen on The Discovery Channel, CrossTalk, FreeSpeechTV, and more. His debut album, Agnostic Holiday is in rotation on SiriusXM, every Thursday he can be found on the indie news media station Status Coup and he hosts the podcast, Get Your News On With Ron.

Placone writes the comic Lucy & Ron: Tales from a Revolutionary Cat and her Pet Human. Catch Ron testing out new material at The Grand Annex Open Mic – on the second Thursday of each month.

Emcee: Amanda Cohen

She’s OG GenX, and nobody’s mom. She’s your best nightmare: a junior crone with a sharp sense of irony who will challenge your assumptions about women of a certain age, while still relating to all ages. She’s played bars, breweries, bookstores, basements, backyards, buses, and barns, and of course clubs and colleges. She studied improv at Second City Conservatory, The Annoyance Theater, and ComedySportz.

She’s been seen on ABC, TLC, IFC, NBC, CNN, ESPN, and What Not To Wear, and heard on The Doctor Demento Show. She’s opened for Paula Poundstone, Gilbert Gottfried, Jake Johannson, and many non-alliterative comedians as well. How long ago? She once hosted a show with a young feature named Patton Oswalt.

This is an all ages show.


$20-$25 a person