Brian Crall is the founder and Director (of Fun) at Sacramento Comedy Spot and currently sits on the board of directors. Established in 2005, the Comedy Spot has completely changed the Sacramento comedy scene by being the first comedy theater featuring improv, stand-up, and sketch comedy shows and classes.
Brian has 20 years of experience creating, producing, writing, directing, and performing in all types of comedy shows. He also developed the curriculum for and teaches improv and sketch, created the Helix Improv form, and helped the Comedy Spot become Northern California’s largest comedy school.
Brian studied improv at Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles and has a degree in Theater Arts from CSU, Sacramento, and was featured in CSUS’s Made at SacState campaign.
In his “spare time”, Brian writes screenplays. He was a quarter-finalist in the 2020 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Oscars), Nicholl Fellowships screenplay contest for his screenplay, Lost Luggage.
Brian is always excited to mentor up-and-coming comedians and to make you laugh.