Shapel Lacey

Thu, Apr 29, 2021
Fri, Apr 30, 2021
Sat, May 1, 2021

Shapel Lacey

with Erik Escobar and Craig Low

Shapel Lacey is an American comedian born and raised in Mesa, Arizona. A diehard punk rocker and former award winning competitive cheerleader, Shapel found ways to express himself and own his individuality at an early age. Shapel was cheerleading competitively for University of Louisville when someone dared him to take the stage as a comedian and he never looked back, dropping out shortly thereafter to pursue a career in stand up full- time. His unique life experiences (such as being adopted by a Caucasian family at age15), punk rock mentality, and stage presence combined make for a truly original voice in the community. Diligence and the desire to grow led him from the Phoenix open mic circuit onto main stages where he regularly performed for comedians such as Bill Burr, Chris D’Elia, Hannibal Buress, Bryan Callen, Frank Caliendo, and now regularly in Los Angeles, California.

Since recently moving to Los Angeles and securing representation, Shapel is preparing for what looks like a very busy near future, opening for his idol Henry Rollins at the 2019 Sonic Temple Music Festival, performing at Comedy Central’s festival Clusterfest, and being named Just For Laughs Comedy Festival “New Face”.

Erik Escobar

Described as “hilariously clever” by audiences and “demented” by his fourth grade teacher, Erik Escobar had performed all over the nation headlining clubs, colleges, and theatres both independently and working with acts such as Jerry Seinfeld and WWE’s Rob Van Dam. His credits include NBC’s Last Comic Standing, BuzzFeed, Hulu, and Lucha Underground. He is currently the host of That Sarap and is a contributing writer for Chubstr. Erik resides in Los Angeles, CA with his shihtzu, Rancor.

Craig Low

Craig Low is an Aussie Immigrant with big dreams; Craig moved to LA with only a suitcase and quickly found himself writing jokes for Joan Rivers on E!. Craig then made his US TV debut on MTV's hit series Joking Off before moving on to write for Rob Dyrdek on Ridiculousness. This captured the eye of DeRay Davis who flew Craig to Miami to over-see his monologue and scripted segments for the 2018 BET Hip Hop Awards. This year Craig has gone on to expand his diverse skill-set and was promoted to writer, producer, and assistant director for Robert Rodriguez's El Rey Network. Craig has since overseen more than 80 episodes of late-night TV in under 6 months. Craig's ability to write for different networks, cultures and hosts has made him one of the hottest up and coming writers working in the industry today.