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Mommy Dearest

Comedy Show


Bet you had no idea you had some very AWESOME talent in our own Texas backyard!

Dominating this usually "male- dominated" comedy industry, Kim Kerley (as seen on DryBar), Olivia Arrington (as seen on BET), and Irma Ruiz ( as seen on Crime Watchers) have finally come together in celebration of womanhood, but especially MOTHERHOOD!


Mind Twist Comedy presents:

The Mommy Dearest Comedy Show

No Bad! No Ugly! Yes to Just Funny and especially...



  • Aurora Theatre with in the Deco Ballroom of the San Antonio  Deco District.

  • 1906 Fredericksburg Road

  • San Antonio, TX, 78201



Kim Kerley, having spent much of her teens homeless, Kim Dayoc has seen things in life that many never see. She's chosen to seek and find the funny from those situations. A keen observer of life's crazy conditions, her comedy comes from real life. Kim has been performing stand-up comedy for over 25 years. She has traveled extensively in the U.S. and abroad, including an inspiring stint with Armed Forces Entertainment. Kim also shines as a comedic actor. She has acted in movies, with the comedy group, Laff Stock, and Dramatic Diva Productions, putting on community plays in the San Antonio area in addition to cameo appearances on a few local films. Kim also performed comedy on The View, The Mike Huckabee Show, and has over 10 million views on Dry Bar Comedy. She now spotlights her act with her lifestyle brand: Team Umbrella Drink. Kim’s skills go beyond comedy as she helmed San Antonio’s number 2 drive time morning radio show. After being told she was one of the fastest rising women on the radio, she was fired. The fall from radio fame and a paycheck had her seeking miracles for small things like money for food, mortgage and those teenage girls she was raising. It was during this time so many miracles did come her way, and she began to document and eventually write and speak about her journey. Kim was published in When Heaven Touches Earth and is currently working on a book about life and miracles! Kim sidelines as a high school counselor with hopes for helping others find the spark in their lives. Through comedy, counseling, writing and speaking, Kim stays busy sharing her life and journey. It is her belief we can all share joy, laughter and the part of us that literally makes us shine

Olivia Allen-Arrington Perhaps best known for her comedy tours spanning military bases across the globe, Olivia Allen-Arrington brings unadulterated honesty, wit and inspiration when she hits the stage. As a native of Chicago’s south side, this former school teacher and mother of three sons was never sheltered from the ups and downs of life, but she always managed to find the brighter side of every situation and share those experiences with her audiences. Olivia has performed in over 48 countries across 4 continents since 2008, including Iraq, Kuwait, Kosovo, Bahrain, Dubai, Germany, Italy and Spain, and has recently become a favorite on the Canadian circuit. Olivia became an avid fan of comedy 28 years ago while attending local Houston, TX comedy clubs every weekend as an audience member, and has since toured with Steve Harvey, Charlie Wilson, Howard Hewett, Tony Terry, Mr. Glen Jones, Gin Blossoms, The Sweet Hearts for Soldiers and The Sheila Marshall Band. She has also appeared on BET’s “Comic View” 6 times, featured in BET’s Action PPV “Step Up to The Mic” and rocked the house at “Latino Comedy Fest” on CTV. Olivia’s act covers everything ranging from relationships, loving yourself, raising kids, to finding inspiration in life’s greatest challenges.


Irma Ruiz is a former wannabe chola, turned school teacher, turned comedian. Although she's been kicked out of every neighborhood group she's joined and is banned from 5 Facebook Mom groups, you can still find her performing in comedy clubs, casinos & festivals in Texas and various locations throughout the nation. Her comedy covers motherhood, education, marriage, family and more. She is the producer of the Teachers Gone Bad Show and even though she doesn't believe in tarot cards, she pretends to in her Tarot Card Comedy Show on VivaLiveTv. Her comedy is not to be missed! Material can range between PG-13 to R -rated depending on the audience


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