Uncalled Four with Jake Browne and guests Matt Braunger, Drennon Davis, Casey Ley and Peaches Christ (SOLD OUT)
Matt Braunger was raised in Portland, Oregon. A headlining comedian since 2007 and an actor since childhood, Matt studied theatre in New York and improvisation in Chicago. | | Matt’s television credits include a recurring role on NBC’s "Up All Night," a series regular role on "MADtv," as well as appearances on "BoJack Horsman," "Garfunkel and Oates," "Maron," "The Michael J Fox Show," "Happy Endings," HBO’s "Family Tree... Read More →
Jake Browne is the host of Uncalled Four, which has been seen at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, High Plains Comedy Festival, Memphis Comedy Festival, Hell Yes Fest, as well as Nerdmelt and The Creek and the Cave. He's also the first marijuana critic for a major daily newspaper, smoking pot for The Denver Post since 2013, and can be seen in the 2015 documentary "Rolling Papers."
Peaches Christ is a filmmaker and cult leader living in San Francisco. Her infamous cult-movie events are self-produced at the Castro Theatre and regularly draw over 1,000 attendees to each new production. Events have featured special guest stars John Waters, Cloris Leachman, Appolonia, Barry Bostwick, Pam Grier, and more. Peaches regularly tours these shows and has performed her “Return To Gray Gardens” parody... Read More →
From his elaborate characters and sketches, to his provocative songs and animation, Drennon has made a name for himself as one of the most innovative minds in today’s comedy scene. His live performances of the Imaginary Radio Program combine live music and beat-boxing with one-man sketches into a show that the Los Angeles Comedy Bureau writes "not only lives up to its name, but exceeds expectation in what you could possibly think it is... Read More →
Casey Ley is a comic living in Los Angeles trying to achieve his dream of being crushed in an earthquake. His comedy has been seen all over the country in clubs, festivals and gay bars. Too many gay bars if you ask him and not enough festivals but there is some time left in his career before he is crushed in that earthquake. In the past year Casey was featured in The Advocate Magazine as part of their Next Great Queer Comic search, curated the... Read More →