Valentines Day Comedy at the Campbell
Conor wonders about the simple things in life. Why is his dog so happy? Why do we do the jobs we do? And what is that smell?
Starting out in theater when he was 5, Conor graduated to Stand-up Comedy in San Francisco at 21 at the Legendary Holy City Zoo. Quickly becoming a regular at The Punch Line and Cobb’s Comedy Club, and taking second place in the Comedy Central Laugh Riot Semi Finals, Conor has focused on finding just the right words and putting them in just the right order to keep his audiences laughing!
Recently featured in the Woody Allen film “Blue Jasmine,” Conor has toured the world and performed with Dave Chappelle, Jake Johannsen, Dave Attell, Tracy Morgan, Dana Carvey, Robin Williams, Patton Oswalt, Greg Giraldo, Ralphie May and a bunch of people you have never heard of but are still hilarious!
Our feature act for the evening is Ryan Chan. Storming the comedy scene, Ryan unleashes a brand of comedy never before seen. Ryan Chan looks and makes people wonder, "Is it really ok to say to a Chinese person, 'Wow, you're so tall!'" without sounding like a racist? Of course it is, cause it's FUNNY!!!
Growing up in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, New York as a scrawny Chinese boy, Ryan had to think of ways to divert any bullying away from himself. If he was able to make fun of himself first, he would be less of a target. It worked.
This was the where Ryan realize he had a way of making people laugh. Whether though self-deprecating humor, ridiculing the norm or observational humor, Ryan has managed to make people laugh and have others feel comfortable around him.
In comedy, Ryan has two goals: One was to obviously make people laugh and the other is to do it in a way that is void of sexual humor (dirty jokes) and profanity. When you come to see Ryan Chan, you can be at ease that yours truly will stick by those virtues.
Our opening act on Valentine's Day is the very funny Eerie Diamond. Eerie was recently featured in the 2018 "The San Diego Comedy Festival" as well as the "Sacramento Comedy Competition". She continues to bring her unique brand of stand-up comedy, through whimsical observations and edgy takes on life. Eerie performs all over the country, regularly taking the stage in San Francisco and Sacramento including Cobb's Comedy Club and The Punchline Comedy Club. Eerie starred in "Swing Shift", in 2016. A short horror film produced by Grimcount Productions. The film was screened in several film festivals including, "Another Hole in The Head Film Festival"in San Francisco and "The Midwest Horror Shorts Festival" in Logansport, IN.