Brandon Wardell, Kate Berlant, Anna Seregina, Alice Wetterlund, Ian Abramson, Annie Lederman, Kurt Metzger

The Satellite Presents

Brandon Wardell

Kate Berlant

Anna Seregina

Alice Wetterlund

Ian Abramson

Annie Lederman

Kurt Metzger

Tue, December 5, 2017

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 11:30 pm)

The Satellite

Los Angeles, CA

$8.00

This event is 21 and over

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Brandon Wardell
Brandon Wardell
Brandon Wardell is a comedian. Brandon Wardell started doing stand-up comedy in DC at 17, did it for 4 years, then moved to LA in 2014.

Brandon Wardell has appeared on Comedy Central’s “@midnight,” “The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail,” “The High Court with Doug Benson,” and “Adam Devine’s House Party” and VICELAND’s “Flophouse". Brandon Wardell hosts “Hot Takes with Brandon Wardell” on Comedy Central Digital. Brandon Wardell is a correspondent on MTV’s “Wonderland”.

Brandon Wardell was featured as the Hot Comedian on Rolling Stone’s 2016 Hot List.

Brandon Wardell throws a monthly party called Teen Party at Los Globos in Los Angeles, CA where he aux cord DJs.

Brandon Wardell is featured on Bob Odenkirk’s stand-up comedy album, “Amateur Hour,” and the two later went on tour. Brandon Wardell also went on select tour dates on Bo Burnham’s Make Happy Tour.
Kate Berlant
Kate Berlant
Based in Brooklyn, Kate Berlant performs across the country in festivals such as the New York Comedy Festival, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest, Outside Lands, LA's Riot Festival, and the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival. Kate was recently profiled by The New York Times as a "magnetic improvisational comic" at the forefront of experimental comedy. In 2012 she was named by Time Out New York as one of New York City's "Top Three Comics to Watch" and as one of Comedy Central's "Comics to Watch." Reggie Watts named her as one of his "Top Ten Stand-Up Comedians" in Time Out London, and Splitsider listed her as one of the "Top Ten Up and Coming Comedians on the East Coast." Kate has been commissioned by The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles to work on their online channel and was one of the faces of IFC's web series "Comedy Drop." She recently finished touring the country with musician Father John Misty. When she's not on the road, Kate runs a weekly show at the Cake Shop in New York City on Tuesday nights.
Anna Seregina
Anna Seregina
Anna Seregina is a stand-up comic and performer, described as having the "worst aura." She was named a "Comic to Watch in 2013" by the SF Weekly. She produces the Los Angeles branch of the long-running SF show "the Business." She has appeared in comedy festivals, hosted music shows, told stories at storytelling events, and done weird things on Public Access TV. She starred in Joey Izzo's "Stepsister," which screened at San Francisco International and the Cannes Film Festival in 2013. Most facts about her are true. Most truths about her are facts.
Alice Wetterlund
Alice Wetterlund
Alice "Pretty-in-a-Not-Shitty-Way" Wetterlund has performed her non-yelling brand of comedy on stages such as Comix, Broadway Comedy Club, UCB theaters, San Francisco's Punchline and The Hollywood Improv, and on critically-acclaimed shows including College Humor Live, Big Terrific, and Meltdown. She has also performed nationally in festivals such as Bridgetown, Moon Tower and Women in Comedy, and frequently tours with Comedy Central on Campus. This year, she was a New Face for the 2013 Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal and was on the official line up for FOX's Night of Comedy in Los Angeles. Her credits include guest stars on NEW GIRL (FOX) and BETAS (Amazon original series). Currently, Alice can be seen as a series regular on MTV's GIRL CODE.
Ian Abramson
Ian Abramson is from Moreno Valley, California, where he learned to walk, read, and drive, but not in that order. When he finished school, he briefly lived in Orange County, doing stand-up, and preparing to move to Chicago, where he felt he'd get the best training to begin his career.

When he moved to Chicago, he began taking improv classes at The Second City and iO Theatre, as well as continuing to do stand-up regularly. He also began co-creating web series for Tom Snyder of Dr. Katz fame, making over 50 weekly episodes total over the course of a year and a half. He flew out to Boston to provide a voice over for an episode of Tom Snyder's "Explosion Bus," featured alongside Daryl Hall of "Hall and Oates." After about eight months in Chicago Ian decided to focus on stand-up over improv as he liked the process of writing and refining live comedy. His stand-up has evolved into a mix of precise wordplay, longer emotionally absurd jokes, and larger conceptual pieces. He is also known for producing events he insists are not comedy shows such as "A Funeral for a Prop Comic," and "A Court Case for a Young Comedian" and is a regular contributor for "the Onion."

In the past year Ian has performed at the Oddball Comedy Festival, UP Comedy Club, Milwaukee's Comedy Cafe, The Lincoln Lodge and even recently brought his show "Seven Minutes in Purgatory" to Atlanta's Laughing Skull. "Seven Minutes in Purgatory" is a show where comedians perform to a camera in one room while the audience watches in another room so that the comedians have no idea how they are doing. Because of shows like this, as well as his approach to stand-up, Ian was recently named the "Best Experimental Comedian" by Chicago magazine, which also listed him as one of the "16 Comedians You Should See This Fall" in a different article. Ian, along with his experimental comedy, will be relocating to Los Angeles this winter.

Annie Lederman
Annie Lederman
I'm a standup comic, Girl Code cast member seen on Chelsea Lately, Comedy Central's @midnight and heard as "Cheryl" in Grand Theft Auto V. I live in LA. I'm the boy next door! I love you, don't touch me.
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/