UnCabaret Pop Up at No Name w Julia Sweeney, Laura Kightlinger, James Adomian, Jamie Bridgers and Special Music Guest!

UnCabaret Presents...

UnCabaret Pop Up at No Name w Julia Sweeney, Laura Kightlinger, James Adomian, Jamie Bridgers and Special Music Guest!

Tue · August 7, 2018

Doors: 8:15 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 10:45 pm)

$10.00 - $15.00

Off Sale

We're popping up in cool venues over summer/fall as we ramp up to our big 25th Anniversay Show & Celebration!

NO NAME is an exclusive restaurant/lounge with dim lighting, comfortable couchs, live entertainment, killer comfort food, creative cocktails. A chic, chill atmosphere. 

"I opened it as a sanctuary for people in the spotlight in the creative industries. But we also have scientists & professors...” explains Bryan Ling, founder of the anonymous club on Fairfax Ave.

“I wanted to create a community. I invited friends, they invited friends. It's word of mouth, you can't just walk in, you have to let someone know you’re on your way.” So let us know!

Beth Lapides
Beth Lapides
Creatrix, host, producer of UnCabaret (Comedy Central, Amazon, HBO Comedy Arts Festival). Host, Creator of The Other Network (Just For laughs), The Couch (Pilot for MTV). Actor (Sex & The City, Will & Grace). Commentator (Politically Incorrect, CNN). Radio Host (Comedy World Radio) Author ("Did I Wake You?", O Magazine, LA Yoga, Elle Decor, Time Magazine).
Julia Sweeney
Julia Sweeney
American actress, comedian and author, born 10 October 1959 in Spokane, Washington, USA.
Laura Kightlinger
Laura Kightlinger
Laura Kightlinger, creator and star of IFC's critically acclaimed The Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman, for which she garnered a Satellite Best Actress nomination, has run the cable gamut. Along with several stand-up specials, she appeared as a series regular in HBO's Lucky Louie. In an industry of triple threats, she has established herself as an amber alert with writing credits including: Roseanne, Dennis Miller Live, Will & Grace, where she appeared as recurring character, Nurse Sheila. She is currently a consulting producer on Two Broke Girls. Her sci-fi series, Exposition 7 is one of the first shows to be acquired by Virgin Airlines and is available for viewing on any Virgin flight.
She recently joined the cast of, "Buzzy's" on TBS, co-wrote and starred in a pilot entitled Drunk & Disorderly with Marylynn Rajskub and Patton Oswalt. She has appeared in a handful of forgettable feature films most recently, "The Truth About Lies".
Kightlinger's book, 'Quick Shots of False Hope' described in the New York Times Book Review as "memorable, disturbing and darkly comic," is being adapted for film.
As a filmmaker, Laura's short film, Dependable People won the Black Maria Directors' Citation and the IFCT Best Director Award in 2002. Her documentary, 60 Spins Around the Sun about political satirist turned activist, Randy Credico and his fight to repeal the Rockefeller Drug Laws, while struggling with his own personal demons, follows Credico to Tulia, Texas during a racially motivated drug bust. It features stand-up comics: Larry David, Colin Quinn, Vanessa Hollingshead and Nick DiPaolo. 60 Spins Around the Sun won 'Best Documentary' at the (2006) Empire State, Beverly Hills and Boston Film Festival and is available on Netflix.
Jamie Bridgers
Jamie Bridgers
James Adomian
James Adomian
American stand-up comedian, actor and Impressionist, born 31 January 1980 in Omaha, Nebraska, USA.
Moon Zappa
Moon Zappa
Moon is a Writer, songwriter, vocalist, actress. She is the author of the book America, The Beautiful.

Zappa first came to public attention in 1982 at the age of 14, appearing on her father's hit single, "Valley Girl." The song featured Moon's monologue in "valleyspeak", slang terms popular with teenage girls in the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles.

In the mid-1980s, Zappa was a frequent guest VJ on MTV. "Valley Girl" was Frank Zappa's biggest hit in the United States, and popularized phrases from the lyric such as "grody to the max" and "gag me with a spoon." The song appeared on her father's 1982 album Ship Arriving Too Late to Save a Drowning Witch. She also sang on Dweezil's songs "My Mother Is a Space Cadet," b/w "Crunchy Water" in 1982 and "Let's Talk About It" from the album "Havin' a Bad Day" in 1986.

As a teenager, Zappa acted in the television series CHiPs, The Facts of Life, and the film Nightmares.[1] As an adult, she has worked as a stand-up comic, magazine writer, and actress, appearing in the films National Lampoon's European Vacation and Spirit of '76, the television sitcom Normal Life, and The Super Mario Bros. Super Show.

Zappa appeared as a niqab-clad Muslim woman in an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm, as Ted Mosby's cousin Stacy in an episode of How I Met Your Mother, and on an episode ("Pampered to a Pulp") of Roseanne.[6] Most recently, Zappa was the voice of Mrs. Lamber on FOX Broadcasting's Animation Domination High-Def series High School USA!.

In 2000, Zappa appeared as guest vocalist on Kip Winger's third solo album "Songs from the Ocean Floor."

She has also written for The New York Times.
Johnathan Rice
Johnathan Rice
American singer, songwriter and actor (born 27 May 1983 in Alexandria, Virginia, USA).
Venue Information:
No Name - Los Angeles
432 N Fairfax Ave.
Los Angeles, CA, 90036