Tricia Shore is not your average Los Angeles comic. Armed with three academic degrees, she brought her husband to California in 1999 to attend a screenwriting program at UCLA. During the year-long program, Tricia became pregnant with her firstborn son. She and her husband, a.k.a. Baby Daddy (B.D.), bought a house in the San Fernando Valley, moving in two months before her first son was born. Two more children later, Tricia, B.D., and their three sons still live in what has become known as the Gingerbread House. Instead of writing screenplays, however, she writes and performs comedy around Los Angeles, singing such original songs as "White Girl Rap" and playing "The Peni$ Game" (clothed version, for those who may have played the more natural home version). You'll see her driving the Honda Odyssey (H.O.) to scouts and sports around Los Angeles. You'll even see her driving to North Carolina in the H.O. a few times each year.
Sometimes, a new mop refill can make life worth living. Unlike child-free comics in Los Angeles, Tricia understands what it's like to breastfeed a husband, long after he should have been weaned. With her wacky stories and observations, Tricia will soon have you laughing. The stage is where Tricia has her orgasms these days and you are welcome to join her for those, for family-oriented G-rated humor to R-rated adult-only fare.
Please contact Trish for your next event. Hiring Tricia to coordinate and emcee your next event will guarantee that things will go smoothly and people will laugh.