Monogam-ish, Sean McBride, Natasha Pearl Hansen, Trenton Davis

The Orpheum and Jester Comedy Presents:

Monogam-ish

Sean McBride

Natasha Pearl Hansen

Trenton Davis

Trevor Wallace

Thursday, May 9 2019

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$9.00 - $16.00

This event is 18 and over

Monogam-ish
Monogam-ish
Explore the light and dark side of love and relationships during an intimate night of storytelling.
Don’t settle for leftovers on Thursday 5/9. This is perfect date night for happy couples and the necessary date night for struggling ones. The kind of show that guarantees everyone leaves feeling like they’re in a new relationship. Or maybe you’re just Monogam-ish?

Born in the Mid West, but raised in Western New England, it's no surprise that Sean McBride is now one of the fastest rising comics to come out of Southern California. A well traveled man indeed, but that's part of what helps Sean relate to people no matter where he's performing.

​After quitting what could have been a lucrative career working for the NFL Network, the Comedy Gods recognized Sean's ultimate sacrifice, and graced him with a breakout performance in the film, National Lampoon's "Dirty Jokes: The Movie", starring “The Unknown Comic” Murray Langston, and currently airing on SHOWTIME. Sean then hit the road as the opening act for the writer and director of the now cult hit film, legendary headlining comedian Vic Dunlop ("The Richard Pryor Show", "Make Me Laugh"), and has been climbing the stand up ranks ever since. Sean is quickly becoming a fan favorite all over the country. With hip, clever writing and a boyish charm, it's no surprise that people leave Sean's shows feeling like he's been living next door to them their whole lives.

Trenton Davis’ ten thousand hours of Stand-up comedy is beginning to pay dividends – Trenton was the San Francisco International Comedy Competition runner up for 2016. He was runner up in the prestigious NBC Standup for Diversity program and won 2015 Sacramento Comedy Festival. Trenton was born in Greensboro, NC and began his comedy journey in Chicago, IL. His unique experiences have shaped his views and created one of the best new comedic writers and performers of our generation. Trenton has currently resides in Los Angeles and Atlanta, GA.

Natasha Pearl Hansen, aka NPH, began her comedy career writing a series of books famed in her Wisconsin hometown as “Natasha’s books of random thoughts” when she was only 15. She later began her professional work in comedy with Second City Chicago in 2006. Realizing she loved talking on stage solo about her follies, she began performing as a stand-up comedian in 2010. She quickly escalated in the vast Chicago world of comedy, performing anything funny at any venue possible. After meeting a slew of Los Angeles comics at the Del Close Comedy Festival in New York City, she set her sites on the west coast and moved to LA. This last year alone she has performed in ten of the top comedy festivals around the country. She continues to do stand-up and collaborate with other comedic brains, as well as produce and write for film and television. She recently made her TV debut on FOX, followed shortly by VH1 and NBC. She debuted her pilot “Assistants” this year at multiple festivals in Los Angeles. NPH performs all over the country, and will end this year performing in Europe, and releasing her first book which she began writing at age 15. Keep an eye out for some huge projects coming from her. She’s one to watch…
Trevor Wallace
Trevor Wallace
Trevor Wallace is a 25 year old stand up comedian, writer, improvisor & actor. Wallace can be seen just about everywhere on the internet and has collectively built a digital thumbprint of over 70,000,000 views on his Facebook page alone and millions more across other channels. He can attribute most of those views from his viral series “Life As A Zumiez Employee." Wallace is a regular on the wildly popular YouTube channel All Def Digital and has been featured on Buzzfeed, Unilad, Funny or Die, Super Deluxe, Fusion TV, Worldstar Hip Hop & MTV2. Wallace has performed at comedy clubs and colleges all over the country with some of the biggest names. Although his biggest accomplishment is being told he has “beautiful hair” by Todd Glass.