Scott Losse is a stand-up comedian and Chihuahua owner from Seattle, Washington. He is wearing a shirt with a cat on the front. That’s kind of confusing considering the first sentence called him a Chihuahua owner. Scott kind of does what he wants.
Scott has performed at The Bridgetown Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, Sketchfest Seattle, Bumbershoot: Seattle’s Music & Arts Festival and lots of other places that aren’t festivals. Clubs. Colleges. Elks Lodges. Scott was the winner of the 2013 NW Comedy Competition and a semi-finalist in the 2014 Seattle International Comedy Competition. He has not competed comedically in 2015.
Scott Losse has appeared on Seattle’s Evening Magazine. It’s on during Jeopardy, so you probably missed it. No big deal. Scott has opened for Emo Philips and comedians who aren’t Emo Philips. Follow Scott on multiple social media platforms.
Wilfred Padua is a comedian from Seattle who has an MFA in Writing from some school in Chicago. He’s performed in Bumbershoot, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, the Boring Time Comedy Festival, Spur Fest and the Summer Meltdown Music Festival.
Born in Texas and raised in Augusta, Georgia – Billy Anderson is currently a stand-up comedy orphan living in the city of Seattle, Washington. He’s been seen regionally at SketchFest Seattle, The Washington Comedy Festival, Bumbershoot and was a semi-finalist in the 35th annual Seattle International Comedy Competition. Outside of the Pacific Northwest, Billy has written for Cracked.Com, performed in the Redwood Comedy Festival, LaLaFest Los Angeles and as of 2013 he has performed stand-up comedy in every US state.
With tourists in town in record numbers this summer, we’ve resolved to expose the vibrant Seattle comedy scene and unique northwest point of view with shows entitled “Witty City.” In a tri-headliner format, local talents including Drew Barth, Rick Kunkler, Emmett Montgomery, Monica Nevi, Kortney Shane Williams and many others will mount the Comedy Underground stage to bring deserved credit to our hilarious home-based talent.
All shows in July are 21 and over.
Comedy Underground is 21 and over and ID is required.