Laugh After Dark is once again making headlines, this time with a notable mention in the LA Times. The paper recently highlighted the filming of Kalea McNeill’s debut comedy special at The Crow, a brand new comedy club in Santa Monica. Adding to the excitement, The Crow happens to be owned by one of Laugh After Dark’s own, Nicole Blaine, who was previously featured on episode 8 of Laugh After Dark Live in Las Vegas. Join us as we delve into Laugh After Dark’s recognition in the LA Times and celebrate Nicole Blaine and The Crow for their remarkable accomplishments.
Mention in the LA Times:
In a sign of its growing influence in the comedy scene, The Crow received a full writeup in the Sunday edition of the LA Times. The article, entitled, “How a Westside love story hatched the Crow, Santa Monica’s newest comedy club“, told the story of Nicole and her husband Mickey, and how The Crow came to be. As part of the article, Laugh After Dark received a mention highlighting the production of Kalea McNeill’s debut comedy special, Sma’am which filmed as the club.
Celebrating Nicole Blaine and The Crow:
Nicole’s collaboration with Laugh After Dark holds a special significance, having recently appeared on the new season of the show as a comedian. Now, as the owner of The Crow in Santa Monica, Nicole Blaine has successfully brought her dedication and passion for the comedy industry to life – now as a club owner. CROW stands for Comedy Reflects Our World, and they aim to achieve this by partnering with the local community to share their passion for art and using it for good, levity and social progress. As a business, their goal is to create an environment that allows development for all and they have a passion is helping foster professional growth in the comedy world.
Kalea McNeill’s Debut Special:
The filming of Kalea McNeill’s debut comedy special at The Crow marks a significant milestone for both the comedian and Laugh After Dark. As the organization’s first-ever special, it holds a special place in their history. The world premiere of Kalea’s special is eagerly anticipated at the upcoming Laugh After Dark ComedyFest, scheduled to take place in the Las Vegas Arts District from October 1 to October 3, 2022. This festival aims to celebrate the art of comedy while providing a platform for emerging talents like Kalea to shine.
Laugh After Dark’s mention in the LA Times, highlighting the filming of Kalea McNeill’s debut comedy special at The Crow, is a testament to their commitment to promoting exceptional comedy and supporting the comedy community at large. The organization takes pride in collaborating with individuals like Nicole Blaine, whose ownership of The Crow adds another layer of achievement to the project. With the highly anticipated world premiere of Kalea’s special at the Laugh After Dark ComedyFest, comedy enthusiasts can look forward to a celebration of laughter and the discovery of rising talents.