Hawaii Comedy Group

A group for comedy actors, improv., comedy, stand-up, and if you think you are funny.

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Sketch Comedy in Hawaii

Hey all!Kimee Balmilero here of  Before moving back home to the islands I was deep into studying improv and sketch comedy at The Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles. When I decided…Continue

Tags: kimee, balmilero, writing, improvhi, hawaii

Started by Kimee Balmilero Jan 17, 2014.

Stand Up AMATEUR Comedy 5 Replies

Does anyone know of a place on Oahu that offers potential comedians a stage to try out their act? If not, is there anyone here who WANTS to find a place to practice live? My oldest daughter saw my…Continue

Started by Teraisa J. Goldman. Last reply by Jason Brown Nov 18, 2012.

Comedy Night- Tuesdays at Snappers starting June 28 2 Replies

I've been promising Snoopy I would be more involved with comedy group on this website, and although I'm a little late with it, I'm coming through with a weekly comedy show that will see somebody walk…Continue

Started by Ozell Daniel. Last reply by Teraisa J. Goldman Oct 9, 2012.


Looking for people (not necessarily MODELS) with what society considers "imperfections". So if you have a missing limb, are on a wheel chair, have an extremely skinny structure, have a big nose, big…Continue

Started by Filipa Margarida Rodrigues. Last reply by Alex Gompertz Feb 22, 2012.

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Comment by Michael C. Hall on June 14, 2011 at 2:23pm
Comment by Michael Snoopy Wells on June 14, 2011 at 8:58am
Comment by Michael Snoopy Wells on June 14, 2011 at 8:56am
Aloha, this coming Thursday is Laughtrack Theater Company's open mic night. We have featured acts Rachel Secretario, Grant Uchida, Michaeal C. Hall & James Mane. We have LIMITED slots available for open mic. To get one of those open slots, it is highly recommended that you arrive at the theater by 7:30. Sign up sheet is closed at 8PM. I'll make the line up during the pre-show meeting and as performers are signing up.

The amount of stage time will depend largely on the number of performers who sign up, with priority given to performers who are bringing people to watch them.

If you have any questions, feel free to email me or call me.

Comment by Michael Snoopy Wells on June 7, 2011 at 2:23pm
Comment by Hawaii Film Industry on January 25, 2011 at 2:55pm
Comment by Hawaii Film Industry on January 5, 2011 at 6:39pm
Comment by Brian Lavelle on November 29, 2010 at 3:20pm
Aloha Kimee,
I'm interested in participating in the Comedy project. My profile is
at I have extensive theatre experience from my university years and I've frequently gotten comments about my sense of humor. As you can see from my resume
I've done a number of comedic roles. Please advise future projects/workshops and your classes. I'm ready to jump in with both feet. Looking forward to your response.
Aloha & Mahalo, Brian Lavelle 723-9707
Comment by Kimee Balmilero on November 1, 2010 at 2:26pm
Aloha All!

I'm heading back to the islands this week and will be holding a beg improv workshop on Saturday Nov. 6th from 1-3pm in Kaneohe. No experience required...Non Actors welcome!!

Visit: for more deets!

Hope to see you there!!

Kimee xo
Comment by Ozell Daniel on October 24, 2010 at 8:24pm
The Hawaii International Comedy Festival takes place November 18th & 19th at Laughtrack Theater Company,1123 Bethel Street, directly across from the Hawaii Theater. We have our showcase spots filled, but are accpeting alternates for our Planet's Funniest People contest. Anyone interested, feel free to contact me. or call 808-861-0170
Comment by Michael Brown Bick on September 18, 2010 at 6:15pm
Oh, hi folks. I hope I'm not grand-standing by announcing on this forum that I was lucky enough to be cast as the reporter of Le Figaro, & Charlie who becomes the Inspectot Gaston Monnet of the Paris Police, in " Is He Dead ? ", by Mark Twain. This HPU production is hilarious, & I wanted to share my joy for this play to all those with a passion for comedy. It's about a French painter, who fakes his death such that the value of his paintings can rise, so he can pay of his debtor. This was my way of sharpening my acting skills, without incurring large acting class fees, even though I won't be paid for these roles. I also thought people might be interested in seeing this play. This acting scene can get too competitive & stressful in the present economic climate; one needs more alacrity & the ability to appreciate the lighter side of life for the acting gift & creativity to flourish. My two bits, anyway.

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