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Sunday October 23rd, 2022 - 1:00PM
Location : West Side Comedy Club NEW YORK, NY
Come enjoy a bottomless brunch with unlimited bellinis or mimosas Sunday's 1-3:00. Show starts at 1:30. Cover charge includes show and bottomless drinks. One food item minimum. Lineups subject to change.
Mary Beth Barone
Chase DuRousseau is from Houston, TX. After winning Houston’s Funniest Person in 2008, he performed comedy overseas for the U.S. military in Iraq & Kuwait. He schmoozed his way to performing at The Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, The Moontower Comedy Festival in Austin, The New York Comedy Festival, Gilda’s Laugh Fest, Oddball Comedy Fest, Aspen Laugh Fest, and Come And Take It. He’s featured for Craig Robinson, Ali Wong and Ali Siddiq. Recently, he was the feature act for Jo Koy on his world tour in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, England, Amsterdam, Malaysia, Norway, Sweden, Singapore, Belgium, The Netherlands, Japan, The Philippines and of course, Canada (hence all those Canadian comedy festivals, see what we did there). A regular at Dynasty Typewriter, the Hollywood Improv, and the Houston Improv, he now lives in New York City, which is honestly the best place for a guy that loves talking to strangers and/or their dogs.
Mary Beth is a Manhattan-based comedian and student at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade in New York City. Originally from Stamford, Connecticut, Mary Beth is the youngest child in a large Catholic family. She is thankful for her religious upbringing and five older siblings, as they have provided a great deal of comedic inspiration. As a teenager, Mary Beth had convinced herself that she wanted to become an English teacher and live a simple life in suburbia. That all changed during her sophomore year at Boston College when she realized that she wanted the illusive more and New York City had just that. Mary Beth moved to Chinatown at age 20 and began working for eyewear startup Warby Parker. After almost 4 years there, she left for a new adventure–working at a pre-launch health and wellness startup in mobile app development. This coincided with her enrollment in the Upright Citizens Brigade’s core improv curriculum, which she has continued and recently began level 4. Mary Beth has studied under amazingly talented teachers including Amber Petty, Aaron Jackson, Zack Willis, and Jackie Jennings. She used her newfound comfort on stage, developed through improv, to try stand-up comedy for the first time in August 2015. Mary Beth is now quite sure of what she wants: a career in comedy writing and performing. Although she has only recently begun formal training, at age 15 Mary Beth played a starring role in the The FC, a two-episode parody of the hit show The OC which developed a (Canadian) following in the thousands-ish. Unfortunately the videos were removed from YouTube due to copyright laws or something. Mary Beth can be seen performing stand-up and improv at comedy venues throughout New York City.
Tori Piskin is a writer, producer, comedian and content creator. In 2013, she wrote the script Kuirky, a comedic feature based off of her experience going to a learning disabilities high school in NYC. She won first place in the New York Screenplay contest and World Series of Screenwriting. Currently, she is a finalist in the Ron Howard and Brian Grazer Imagine Impact writing mentorship program. As a stand up she performs regularly as Caroline's on Broadway and was featured as a new talent to watch in the New York Comedy Festival. She has featured for comedians like Judy Gold, Pauly Shore and was on MTV's Wild 'N Out. She has created sketch videos for Google, Warner Brothers (Friends 25th anniversary) and many more. She currently has a podcast her mom that was on the top 50 comedy iTunes charts