PAY IN-STORE / NO SHOES / BYOB
February 1, 7 – 9pm
March 7, 7 – 9pm
April 4, 7 – 9pm
May 2, 7 – 9pm
June 6, 7 – 9pm
July 11, 7 – 9pm
August 1, 7 – 9pm
September 5, 7 – 9pm
October 3, 7 – 9 pm
November 7, 7 – 9pm
December 5, 7 – 9pm
Mystic Journey presents Barefoot Comedy, a monthly* comedy show in our yoga studio!
With a new lineup each month of hilarious working comedians, the show has featured the likes of Luke Null (SNL), Julia Hladkowicz (Just for Laughs), Asif Ali (Bojack Horseman, Wrecked), and Grant Cotter (MTV). But most importantly, it’s hosted and booked by Pritesh Shah. He has decent humor, great skin complexion, and the best credit score.
As we all know, laughter is great medicine and a wonderful healer. Come have a drink, share some laughs and hug a crystal. You'll leave with sore cheeks, an open heart and some new friends!
Beverages are available in the Gallery or you are welcome to BYOB.
*the first Saturday of EVERY month (unless otherwise noted)
Rajiv Satyal is a Los Angeles-based comedian/host. His TV-clean act has made him one of the most versatile comedians working today. He began his career in his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio. Satyal performs weekly at the Laugh Factory in Hollywood. He has 12 videos with over 100,000 YouTube views each, and been featured on/in Amazon, NBC, NPR, Nickelodeon, Netflix, GQ, Bob & Tom, Times Now, Fx, Zee TV, Spotify, Pandora, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Variety, Advertising Age, The Times of India, The Huffington Post, and The LA Times.
He most recently became the first comedian to perform in all 7 continents.
Sammy K. Obeid is an American writer and stand-up comedian. He has released one comedy album, Get Funny or Die Tryin. His comedy is known for its "analytic style full of wordplay, clever misdirection and ethnic humor riffing on his Middle Eastern roots (he’s Lebanese-American)".
Smaranda Luna is a Los Angeles based Romanian actress and stand up. Her credits include Closer to the Moon, Harley and the Davidsons, Out of Bounds Comedy Festival, Second City Los Angeles Comedy Festival, Soho Comedy London, Brody Studios Budapest, The Hollywood Improv, UCB, IO West, The Comedy Store L.A, The Pasadena Playhouse and numerous theatre productions. She was selected as one of Tribeca Film Festival's Digital Creators of 2017 for her dark comedy series "Patti and Marina".
Andy Haynes is a writer, stand up and actor from Seattle, WA. His standup can be seen on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Conan, Comedy Central Presents, the Pete Holmes show, and Comedy Central's Roast Battle. His debut album Greatest Hits was released in 2014.
Matty’s comedy ranges from observational and story-telling, to opinion-based and just random banter. His onstage persona, attitude(s) and overall demeanor paints a comedic picture for audiences to enjoy.
Akeem Woods is the funny little brother you always “never” wanted. His comedy style will have you on the edge of your seat reeling from laughter. No topic is safe from discussion, whether it be the KKK or the hardships of growing up poor. Catch him in comedy clubs all over the country.
Pritesh Shah has quickly become a prolific actor, producer and comedian. After graduating as an accountant and quitting his dream job, Pritesh cut his teeth as a standup comic in Southern California, where he was mentored by Chad Coleman (The Wire, Always Sunny) and performed at clubs throughout SoCal. Pritesh has appeared on dozens of hit television shows, including GRIMM, CRIMINAL MINDS: BEYOND BORDERS, GAME OF SILENCE, and recurring on the Emmy nominated SIX on the History Channel. On the big screen, he had scene-stealing roles in TIE THE KNOT with Tara Reid, WIZARDREAM with Ernie Hudson, and ALL IN TIME with Vanessa Ray. 2017 has been no different, producing the indie comedy FISHBOWL CALIFORNIA and starring in THE BLACK GHIANDOLA with JK Simmons, Johnny Depp and directed by Sam Raimi. He is also starting a podcast called “Dark and Darker” with NFL star turned astrologer Ricky Williams. He recently got a an agreement with Lost Lane Entertainment for a pilot comedy called BROWN MAN PROBLEMS he wrote with writer Dennis Fallon.