It’s on like the Mekong! Cambodia Town Film Festival proudly presents the “The Khmers of Comedy.” The first ever all Cambodian-American stand up comedy show, Live in Long Beach, CA. Clear your calendars and close the donut shops, because comics from all across the country will converge in the LBC to keep you cracking up all night.

*** This Live Show is part of our 5th annual Cambodia Town Film Festival and it is a ONE time only show ***

Featuring: “K” Chheng, Paul Lao, Cooper Lee, Chris Sanders, Narin Vann and Davine Ker!!


12$ Online Ticket Sales (Presales)
15$ At Door

* Beer & Wine can be purchase inside the Theatre
Purchase Online Tickets—>ctff2017.whindo.com
Email: info@cambodiatownfilmfestival.com for discounted students and group rates.

Kethia “K” Chheng (Host) was born and raised in Texas now resides in the bay area. He has appeared at The Punchline, Cobb’s Comedy Club, and The Comedy Store…not performing, he’s just appeared there. He produces a monthly show in San Leandro, CA and has produced shows at comic book conventions.

Davine Ker is a stand-up comedian, improvisor, musical improvisor, storyteller, sketch comedian, visual artist and a musician. Davine caters to your comedy appetite while sharing her laugh story with decadent with cream. Davine Ker has shared the stage with the likes of Guy Torry, Todd Bridges, Willie Tyler, Pat Dixon, Greer Barnes and Canadian legend Mike MacDonald. She speaks English, French, Cambodian and Comedian very fluently. She was affiliated with Laugh Index Theatre as a house comic, is currently a contributing columnist with Bliss Magazine and is a radio DJ/Host with Urcityradio.com.

Narin Vann has performed all over the West Coast and has been featured in many newspapers all over Washington state. His humor has made it to the front pages of Reddit, The Chive, The Berry and Ebaumsworld. His hit youtube video has got him national recognition and an appearance on NBC television. Narin’s style of comedy is observational where he likes to make fun of his friends, family and pop culture. Along with being a comedian Narin is also an Ordained minister where he has done dozens of weddings and is an insurance agent by day. He wears a lot of hats……as a matter of fact he also sells hats.

Chris Sanders has performed at the Comedy Store’s Bedtime Stories Show, The Pack Theater, The Clubhouse, Flapper’s Comedy Club’s Do Ask, Do Tell show, The Glendale Comedy Festival and pulls a regular performer at Oh My Ribs! Theater in Hollywood. In August 2016, Chris began producing and co-hosting the Solar De Cahuenga Comedy Night in Hollywood with comic Cooper Lee. In a few months, the show became a major fixture in LA’s open mic scene. Professional comics from Katt Williams writer Steve Lolli , KPFK’s 90.7 FM’s Jeffrey Keller and Queen Latifah Show writer Katie Massa Kennedy have performed as headliners further solidifying Solar’s relevancy in the scene.

Cooper Lee fears no fate. He is a Cambodian-American comedian, actor, and host from Los Angeles, California. Cooper is the youngest of three children, with Cambodian refugee parents. The only thing he does better than drycleaning is comedy. His comedy is personal, authentic, above all funny. You can see him do perform stand up at open mics and shows in the Los Angeles area, and host a weekly Tuesday night comedy show at Solar de Cahuenga Cafe in Hollywood.

Paul Lao is a first generation Cambodian who was born in South Bend, IN. Paul has been bringing audiences his unique brand of high energy, quick wit and vast array of voice impressions to his comedy sets at venues which include the Funny Bone (South Bend, IN), Snickers (Fort Wayne, IN), Crackers Comedy Club (Indianapolis, IN), The Improv (Brea, Irvine), The Ha’penny (Dublin, Ireland) to name a few as well as colleges and coffee shops and bars all over this land. Paul has appeared on several podcasts including Where Eagles Dare, The Duke Fightmaster show, Go Self-help Yourself, and MDMA. You can also catch him playing a Yakuza in the 80’s action parody F*CK Ninja on YouTube.