"Damn, they're still doing that shit? I used to do my crummy jokes up there."
- David Spade, FSCH Alumnus
- David Spade, FSCH Alumnus
We write, revise, and perform an hour long original sketch comedy show every Friday at 8pm on the Union Stage!
MEET OUR CAST
An avid animal, music and black bean lover, Abby is eager to begin her senior year at ASU as director of Farce Side. She's been described as "cool", "funny" and "alright" by friends and foes alike. One fun fact about her is that she has a rat. Typically, Abby can be spotted speed walking to class, eating at Chipotle, or organizing clothes at Nordstrom Rack. Overall, awesome.
As the snow of the Northern Arizona tundra thaws and the morning mist rises, a beetle is born. Migrating toward the savagery of the Sonoran, Aaron seeks to break from his shell and sprout wings as he perches over the MU, becoming the dreadnaught beetle of ASU Comedy. And all shall feel his presence.
I am studying at the ASU Sidney Poitier New American Film School in Tempe, Arizona. I am an aspiring director and writer. I am also of Mexican decent and a non-denominational Christian. I enjoy watching films, writing, traveling, working out and spending time with my family in my free time. (idk abt bios man it’s the best i can do) ((she asked us to include the parenthetical, it’s quirky))
Hey guys! I’m so pumped to be a part of ASU comedy! A little bit about myself: I enjoy long walks on the beach, iced coffee from Starbucks, puppies, butterflies, and of course having an existential crisis at 4am while eating smore’s poptarts and staring into space. Anyway! Come see our show every Friday night at the MU!
In 2013 my parent's marriage ended, in 2014 my comedy career began. I am honored to be in a leadership position with Farce Side. Avid lover of Marx. I have two speeding tickets in my permanent record, on of which was in a school zone. I believe I've now covered everything important about myself.
JOSEPH "JOJO" YOUNG
My mission statement? Comedy: No matter the cost. There is nothing I am not willing to sacrifice to get even the smallest chuckle from an audience. My dignity, my sanity, my physical health. I've endured many injuries during my time as a practioner of the comedic arts, but I believe that only stands as a testament to my unwavering commitment to the craft. In this essay I will - - [CUT FOR LENGTH]
Hey I’m Lexi and I am beyond stoked to be a part of this semester’s Farce Side Comedy Club at ASU! As a little baby freshman, I feel so welcomed and I can already tell we are going to have some banger shows! I’ve been doing theatre since 7th grade and I am now a Film major! Crazy how life works. Anyways, I would like to thank everyone in the club for laughing at my horrible jokes. It really boosts my ego. How did I get in again?
Mackenzie is from San Diego, California, and is not impressed by the weed she has found so far in Arizona dispensaries. She works out a lot for a girl, but doesn’t want to make a big deal out of it or anything. We have also been asked to fit the word “girlboss” in here somewhere, so there you go.
How goes it? I'm Fletcher, I'm an assistant director of Farce Side Comedy Hour and I am a junior majoring in theater! I have been a part of Farce since my first semester of freshman year and I am thrilled to help bring shows back to the MU Stage once again the entertain all you fantastic persons! See you on Fridays!
Hi buddies! It's me, Luis, and I'm so diddly darn excited to be cracking jokes with my fellow buddies. I just love singing silly songs and doing funny dances for my friends! In my free time, I love giving people money, free style rapping, and Irish river dancing. If you see me on campus, feel free to ask me to do any of those and I'm happy to oblige :)
Hey! It's nice to meet you! My goal with this team is to make you laugh as much and as often as possible, so come check us out to see if I actually can! And at the very least...please pity laugh...please.
And no the photo isn’t overexposed, Braedon just lights up the room wherever he goes 🥰
Hi everyone! Joining ASU Comedy has been either the best decision I’ve made, or the second worst mistake of my life- the first one being my devastating loss against Sergio Zlatsky in the 1937 Olympics. Trying to destroy this Serbian, I fumbled a Columnar Mills Mess in my juggling routine due to the violent electromagnetism in the Applebee’s that the event was being hosted in.
To this day, this blunder is one of the biggest burdens I carry- in addition to the sheer amount of hot girl energy that I radiate on and off stage :)