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This show is 18 & over with valid, government-issued photo ID. There is a two drink minimum per person. Cameras and video/audio recording devices are not permitted. Reserved Front Row Seating: $35 Reserved Premium Seating: $30 General Admission: $20 in advance, $22 day of show
 
Raw and fast-paced, Jessica Michelle Singleton (JMS) has built a reputation with audiences thanks to her high energy, overly honest, dark and dirty performances. Her #1 debut comedy album put her on the map as one of the future greats and since its release, she’s gone on to become a paid regular at The Comedy Store (as seen on the Showtime series of the same name), and tours all across the world from the US to Asia, and Europe down to South Africa.
Most recently, she recorded a chart-topping country song, shot a special produced by Iliza Shlesinger (winner of Last Comic Standing) toured with and wrote for Melissa Villasenor of Saturday Night Live and now her highly anticipated second album, “Horny for Death” is scheduled for release later this year and will premier on SiriusXM’s Raw Dog comedy station.
 
NICOLE AIMEE SCHREIBER can be seen on LIGHTS OUT WITH DAVID SPADE and is perhaps best recognized as one of the stars of Oxygen’s FUNNY GIRLS. She recently recorded standup for Netflix Is A Joke Radio and taped for Comedy Central’s This Week At The Comedy Cellar. She featured for Dave Attell on his latest headlining tour, as well as for Dave Attell and Jeff Ross on their Bumping Mics tour. Previously, she hosted a show on Reese Witherspoon’s HELLO SUNSHINE media network; appeared in shows on networks such as HBO, Hulu, and Comedy Central; and is featured in the Comedy Dynamics documentary POOP TALK. Nicole Aimee is a paid regular at The Comedy Store, Comedy Cellar, Laugh Factory, and Hollywood Improv.



 

For the latest safety guidelines, please review our enhanced venue protocols at www.cobbscomedy.com/safety-guidelines

 

For all ticketed events, please note the following updated policies:

Face coverings are required and must be worn at all times except while eating or drinking.

We are operating at full capacity. Please be aware you may be asked to share a table with other guests.

To reduce staff contact with guest belongings, note our Clear Bag Policy
Clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bags (maximum size: 12"x6"x12")
Small clutch bags approximately the size of a hand (maximum size 4.5"x6.5")

 

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