Ego Nwodim, Shatara Curry, Stephanie O, Kaneez Surka, Carmen Angelica, Zeph McDonnough, Martin Urbano
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Wednesday October 4th, 2023 - 8:00PM
Location : West Side Comedy Club NEW YORK, NY
Stephanie O., Carmen Angelica, & Zeph McDonough host Party Hat! a monthly standup comedy show with New York's funniest comedians. We kick things off by sharing the craziest party experiences from the audience and spend the rest of the show laughing our asses off!
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Egobunma Kelechi Nwodim is an American actress, comedian, writer, and singer. Nwodim has been a cast member on the NBC sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live since 2018, beginning with the show's 44th season.
Jersey native Shatara Curry has officially unwrapped her gift of laughter, which comes as no surprise to many. Now, she is doing what every middle child from a big family does best, she is “sharing”. It was love it first mic, when gracing the stage for the first time at New York’s Boston Comedy Club. She jokes that it was after receiving her bachelors degree, she ran to the closest stage to put her newfound knowledge to the test. Since then Shatara has performed at some of New York Cities top comedy clubs like Caroline’s, Broadway Comedy Club, Comix, The Laugh Factory and Gotham. Doing comedy for over 10 years has also placed her in front of audiences across the country and even overseas. Shatara or “Shaterrible” as she likes to call herself, freely uses her gift to gabb, speaking her mind with an intelligent razor sharp tongue and an unapologetic sassy confidence. Shatara is so animated, even does a glory song and dance about having no kids and not having crumbs in the backseat of her car. Her outgoing high energy, social insight and stage antics are hilarious. One can’t help, but to love and appreciate her unfiltered honesty. Saying out loud what many of us wouldn’t dare.
Stephanie O. is a New York City-based stand-up comedian who has performed at Lady Laughs Comedy Festival, San Diego Comedy Festival, Cream City Comedy Festival, Black Girl Giggles, and Sno Jam Comedy Festival. Fun fact - she has appeared on Bravo TV's Cash Cab and won! She co-hosts a monthly stand-up comedy show called Party Hat at West Side Comedy Club in New York City.
Kaneez Surka is a Stand Up Comedian, Show Creator/Producer, Comedic Actress and Improviser. She has produced and performed in her Netflix Special, 'Ladies Up', Netflix's 'Comedy Premium League' as well as Amazon Prime Video's Improv specials 'Something From Nothing' and 'Improv All Stars - Games Night'. Kaneez is a pioneer in the Indian comedy scene and had established herself as integral part of the industry. She has been a judge on the comedy reality show 'Comicstaan' Season 1 and 2 on Amazon Prime Video and 'Queens of Comedy' on TLC. On Youtube Kaneez started the first of it's kind in India -a comedy panel game show called 'The General Fun Game Show', which has featured popular comics. She has also Performed as part of the Melbourne Comedy Festival and New York Comedy Festival. Kaneez now lives in New York and is excited for the next journey in her comedy career.
Elizabeth “Zeph” McDonough is an award winning comedian, actress, writer, and director currently working on The Daily Show. Her writing and comedy videos can be seen on The New Yorker, Huffpost, and Vulture, where they are frequently included in the ‘Best Comedy’ of the month. Her original series Janice Gunter Ghost Hunter is available to stream on Elizabeth Banks’s Roku channel Whohaha, and you can catch her documentary Still Standing on TheNewYorker.com
Carmen Angelica is a comedian, writer and director originating from Minneapolis MN. After going to college in New York she moved to LA where she worked in film and TV. You might have seen her work on popular comedy sites like Cracked or CollegeHumor where she wrote performed and directed. Carmen was a regular performer at The Upright Citizens Brigade in LA and had a long running solo show called Who Am I And What The Hell Am I Doing? in 2014 directed by Rebecca Drysdale. This inspired Carmen’s short film Tight Spot that became a Vimeo Staff Pick in 2015. In 2019 Carmen was recognized as a New Face at Just For Laughs in Montreal. Carmen’s work has been written up in media like Entertainment Weekly, Vulture, and Huffington Post. Carmen moved back to New York to work as a Segment Director at The Daily Show and you can see her perform stand up around New York City when she isn’t working or too sleepy or hungry. She is currently represented at Odenkirk-Provissiero Entertainment.