Comedy InvAsian is both a live and filmed series featuring the nation’s top and most unique six Asian American comedians each performing a one-hour special.
February 10-12 and February 24-26, 2017
$20 for General Admission
$10 for Students (ID required at door)
$80 for Series Pass (see all six shows)
$40 for Student Series pass (see all six shows)
All shows will be at the Japanese American National Museum’s Tateuchi Democracy Forum (100 N. Central Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012). Click here for parking, area map, etc. Please note that this is a live taping so come early and be prepared to laugh!
Friday, February 10, 2017
Paul “PK” Kim
Paul PK Kim (PK stand for Paul Kim and Preachers Kid) is a regular at The World Famous Laugh Factory in Hollywood. He was the Grand Prize Winner of The Uncle Clyde’s Comedy Cup at The Pasadena Icehouse sponsored by H2F Productions.
Saturday, February 11, 2017
Atsuko Okatsuka is a standup comedian, actress, and filmmaker. She is the co-founder of Dis/orient/ed Comedy, the first ever all Asian, mostly female standup comedy tour. She has performed on Comedy Central Presents: Stand Up, Asia! and opened for Margaret Cho at The famous Wiltern in Los Angeles.
Sunday, February 12, 2017
Kevin Yee and his original satirical songs have been making people laugh across America and beyond. He is a former member of Quincy Joness boy band Youth Asylum and toured in many Broadway productions. In addition, he has been featured in articles in The Atlantic, Out, and The Guardian, and showcased at comedy festivals across the U.S.
Friday, February 24, 2017
Joey Guila has been featured on VH1, G4 Tech TV, Showtime and was the headliner on The Filipino Kingz Tour. In 2003 he won the regional “Kings Of Comedy Search” competition. Joey also has hosted two TV shows on Myx TV called That’s My Jam & Myx Rated which won a Telly Award.
Saturday, February 25, 2017
Robin Tran came out as a transgender woman in 2015 and has been writing about her experiences ever since. Based out of Orange County, Robin has performed all over Southern California, and she has won first place in three separate comedy competitions. In 2016, she released a self-funded half-hour comedy special on YouTube entitled Santa Doesn’t Like Every Kid.
Sunday, February 26, 2017
Amy Hills television and film credits number over 150. She is recently recurring on “Crazy Ex Girlfriend”, “UnReal” and “The Great Indoors”. She’s a regular on Amazon Prime’s “Just Add Magic” which is currently streaming the first season and is set to release seasons 2 and 3 early next year.