Gina Kirkland, President
Director of Marketing and Communications
Yoshimi, a.k.a., Yoyo
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Bean went to Rainbow Bridge in November of 2012, but will never be forgotten.
KP Comedy and KP Comedy Too specialize in providing stand up comedians to the college market, theatres, performing arts centers, corporations, the military, and other groups. Our diverse roster includes some of the fastest rising stars in the business.
Gina Kirkland graduated from Amarillo College and West Texas A&M University with an A.A. and a B.A.. She worked as an educator and an event planner before opening Kirkland Productions, Inc., a college entertainment/speakers agency, in 2000. She served as a Facilitator for the AAG (Associate Advisory Group) for NACA (The National Association for Campus Activities) and was awarded Agent of the Year in 2014 by NACA South and in the past by both the NACA West and Central regions. In 2007, she opened her second company, KP Comedy, and, in 2013, she channeled her lifelong passion for Women’s Issues into the purchase of her third company, Girls Fight Back, bringing the message of living a fearless life and combating violence against women to millions of young women across the country. She runs the GFB Speaker Academy, is a NOVA certified Victim Advocate, worked in partnership with the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office of the Department of the Navy (DON SAPRO) on issues of sexual assault prevention and bystander behavior, is a graduate of the Gavin de Becker Advanced Threat Assessment and Management Academy, IMPACT Los Angeles, FAST Defense, and currently sits on the board of IMPACT Personal Safety. She is also involved in the secular community serving on the board of Sunday Assembly Los Angeles and serving as a Humanist Celebrant. She currently resides in Los Angeles.
Artist Representation Inquiries
If you are a comic seeking representation, please contact us at . To be considered for representation, you need to include the following: Bio, Headshot, Experience in the college market, List of credits, Website and Social Media links, Video demo of 4 – 8 minutes. If you were referred to us by a current act to on our roster, note that.
Our primary consideration when looking at new comics is whether or not the act is a fit for the college market. Material should be relatable to a college-aged audience and appropriate for that audience.
** If the video you send to us contains heavy profanity, is racist, or misogynistic, you will not be considered for representation. Please do not send a club video with a statement that you CAN be clean. Only college appropriate videos will be considered. **
Please know that we get a lot of representation inquiries. Though we do try to respond to everyone, we have limited availability on our roster and most of our reviewing of potential artists occurs during March and November.