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Mary Stiggler was a sing-song ukulele comic that hosted "Gravy Sundays" in Echo Park. When she changed the mic to a 1-item minimum, the comics left.

Mary Stiggler was a sing-song ukulele comic that hosted "Gravy Sundays" in Echo Park. When she changed the mic to a 1-item minimum, the comics left.

Jeremy Duff was the owner/host of a number of shows at The Nickel Bag in Santa Monica. His burlesque show was quite popular. When Jeremy decided to experiment and replace burlesque with a comedy show, the theater was promptly set ablaze by a mob of rabid fans.

Jeremy Duff was the owner/host of a number of shows at The Nickel Bag in Santa Monica. His burlesque show was quite popular. When Jeremy decided to experiment and replace burlesque with a comedy show, the theater was promptly set ablaze by a mob of rabid fans.

Peggy Turner ran 3 successful bringer shows out of a black box theater in Hollywood. She was frequently drunk during her sets and promised extra stage time in exchange for forbidden pleasures. Thankfully, she stepped in front of a carriage and was trampled by a horse.

Peggy Turner ran 3 successful bringer shows out of a black box theater in Hollywood. She was frequently drunk during her sets and promised extra stage time in exchange for forbidden pleasures. Thankfully, she stepped in front of a carriage and was trampled by a horse.

Ruth Martin was the owner of Ruth's Coffee in Long Beach. She reluctantly allowed an open mic to take place until an inordinate amount of comics used her powder room without purchasing anything. She was known for her hundred-yard glare.

Ruth Martin was the owner of Ruth's Coffee in Long Beach. She reluctantly allowed an open mic to take place until an inordinate amount of comics used her powder room without purchasing anything. She was known for her hundred-yard glare.

Ronald Scott ran the longest running open-mic in Los Angeles, a whopping 27 years. His alcoholism and jealousy towards successful comics lead to a bitter end. He was the first man to drop the mic, after firing a pistol in his mouth.

Ronald Scott ran the longest running open-mic in Los Angeles, a whopping 27 years. His alcoholism and jealousy towards successful comics lead to a bitter end. He was the first man to drop the mic, after firing a pistol in his mouth.

Laurie Prescott ran an all-woman open mic called "Comedy Wenches" in San Diego. Many male comics showed up in drag, posing unsuccessfully with squeaky voices and period jokes.

Laurie Prescott ran an all-woman open mic called "Comedy Wenches" in San Diego. Many male comics showed up in drag, posing unsuccessfully with squeaky voices and period jokes.

Randolph Garrison was a comedian who fancied himself an open mic critic, frequently writing scathing reviews in an independent newspaper.  He was never booked on a show.

Randolph Garrison was a comedian who fancied himself an open mic critic, frequently writing scathing reviews in an independent newspaper.  He was never booked on a show.