Dianne Gire is a jazz pianist/vocalist who has been entertaining Southern California audiences for nearly 30 years. She has performed in such venues as Disneyland, the Queen Mary, the Westwood Marquis, Princess Cruises, the Mission Inn, and for the last 19 years at the Dal Rae restaurant in Pico Rivera. She performs both solo and with her swinging trio. Her most recent cd, “I’ll be Home For Christmas,” was released in 2010 and is available on amazon.com and CD Baby. Visit http://www.dianayanez.com/



Jennie McNulty’s stand up has taken her all over the world, from headlining clubs and colleges across the country, to entertaining the troops in Iraq Afghanistan and Eastern Europe, to performing in the more peaceful settings aboard cruise ships and resorts.  The Examiner called her, “an infectiously energetic, remarkably deft comic with a warm disarming style and some of the best improv skills in the business.” For more info, visit www.thejokedr.com. Or www.jenniemcnulty.com. AND, in her spare time, Jennie plays professional women’s tackle football for the California Quake in the Independent Women’s Football League.
Diana Yanez is a first generation American well known for her comedic performances and stories of growing up as the daughter of Cuban immigrants in Miami. An Internet celebrity, her legendary videos have reached viral proportions (over 15 million views on YouTube) with hits like “Spanish For Your Nanny,” “Let Me Borrow That Top,” and “My Puss” (co-written and performed with Margaret Cho). Diana's first one-woman show about her life, “Viva La Evolución!” won the New York Int'l Fringe Festival’ Overall Excellence Award for Solo Show. And the show she created and starred in, “The Latina Christmas Special” was hailed as Critic’s Choice by the Los Angeles Times. An actor, performer, stand-up, writer, and filmmaker – Diana is always working on new projects: currently, she’s working on “Scary-Etta” - a series for Iceland and “Super Conchita Sisters” - an animated series for YouTube.

Matthew Moore has studied at the world-famous Groundlings Theater in LA, home to many well-known actors, comedians, and celebrities. He is the producer of MonkeyShines Improv, Alley Catz Comedy Show, and performs regularly at the major comedy clubs in LA and has also appeared at Caroline's on Broadway and Gotham Comedy Club in NY.  His comedy short film "Seamless" has been selected for screenings across the US at major film festivals. ​In 2009 he created Improv for the People. For more information and to sign up for comedy and improv classes, visit: http://www.improvforthepeople.com/.


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