COMEDY CARNIVALE with Nina Daniels, Harrison Meyersohn and Sheena Metal
Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
Sunday, Oct 5, 2014
(Doors open at 9:00 PM)
18 & over
Two items minimum
Line ups are subject to change
Sheena Metal's name has become synonymous with Los Angeles radio for the better part of twenty years. She currently hosts four shows for LA Talk Radio, including her top-rated afternoon drive show, “The Sheena Metal Experience”, which was just named one of the Frontier 50 by Talkers Magazine. Previously, she helmed five shows for KLSX (when it was 97.1 The FM Talk Station with Howard Stern in the mornings) one of which received a comprehensive feature in the Los Angeles Times Sunday Calendar. In addition, Metal was interviewed and quoted in Michael C. Keith’s “Sounds in the Dark”, currently in publication with a forward by radio monarch, Larry King.
Known for her biting sense of humor, Metal has appeared as: a comedic commentator on “National Inquirer TV”, a guest sous-chef on the reality cooking show, “Dish It Out!”, part of a dancing engagement party for Oprah Winfrey Network’s “Real Life: The Musical” and was the annual host of the All Access Music Awards. She has headlined two long-running stand-up comedy nights at The Laugh Factory in Hollywood (“Sheena Metal’s Midnight Madness” and “Inside the Girl’s Locker Room”); the latter of which was an all-girl laugh in praised by the LA Times. In 2014, Sheena returns to the comedy clubs for a series of edgy variety nights called, "Comedy Carnivale" at the Hollywood Improv.
Nina encapsulates audiences from NY to Japan with her hilariously original autobiographical stories. Often, but not always, Nina may be accompanied by her childhood best friend, “Gerry” the cello. Nina performs a one of a kind stand-up show that is unique on many levels for all to enjoy. Nina can be seen this summer in the critically acclaimed Showtime’s series Masters of Sex. Nina’s other recent credits include the Sundance Award winning film Pariah and Fox Searchlight’s Notorious. Nina is pretty sure she’s “the most famous black female cellist comedian you know.”