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Bonkerz’ comics typically work multiple Bonkerz venues every year. Some of our headlining comedians work as much as half of their calendar year just working for us. Their actions at each of our venues relates to their employment at all of our venues. Doing a good job in one location is how they earn the opportunity to work all of our locations. The converse is also true, so you can rest assured that the Bonkerz Seal of Approval is not easily earned and something that comics must maintain in order to perform at any and all Bonkerz locations.
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Malia Sias is an independent, modern thinking comic who has entertained audiences nationwide.
East Coast Sass
Malia Sias has East Coast sass, opinions and confidence. This is because she grew up mostly in NJ/NY. Not only that but she’s also open minded and accepting due to the fact that she was raised by lower middle class intellectual liberals. (Not Sonny and Cher, more like the Keaton’s from Family Ties.) Her heritage is Portuguese/Hawaiian and a lot of “white stuff”. However, she often gets mistaken as “Jewish”, which is probably based on the time she spent in NJ during her teens.
A Sincere Comic
Her storytelling style and animated rants are based on experiences pulled from her left of center mindset and point of view on life. Above all, she is a bright new face to the comedy scene who easily relates to a variety of audiences, due to the sincerity of her comic voice.
Not to mention, Malia appeared as Trans Am Mama in the movie Air Nation. This movie is a riveting Mockumentary about the fight to win the title of the Air Guitar Champion of the World.