Jaye McBride, Gianmarco Soresi, Carmen Lynch, Rich Kiamco, Chase DuRousseau, Drexton Clemons, Rich Aronovitch
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Friday October 22nd, 2021 - 8:30PM
Location : West Side Comedy Club NEW YORK, NY
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Gianmarco Soresi is a stand up comic, actor and writer but the first line of his obituary will probably say “guy from all those General Electric commercials.” Gianmarco’s stand up has been featured on Netflix’s Bonding, PBS’ Stories from the Stage, SeeSo’s New York’s Funniest, Real Housewives of New York, NY1, New York LIVE, Vanity Fair, George Takei presents and he was the winner of Amazon’s Comics Watching Comics Season 8. 1st Place at the Laughing Devil Comedy Festival, Devil’s Cup Comedy Festival, Empire State Comedy Festival, and Last Comix Standing at Mohegan Sun, he regularly headlines clubs, colleges and sordid basements around the country.
Carmen Lynch is a Spanish-American comedian, actress, and writer based in New York City. Her mother is from Spain, and her father is an American. She has performed in English and Spanish in the United States and Spain.
Rich Kiamco has appeared on The Howard Stern Show, The Wendy Williams Show and SeeSo. He opened for Gilbert Gottfried and Louie Anderson in Las Vegas and has been awarded multiple comic residencies at Broadway Comedy Club. He was a NACA Nationals selection, and received standing ovations at FACT: Filipino Americans Coming Together, the largest midwest conference of Fil-Am students and at True Colors, the world's largest LGBTQ youth conference. He can be seen on BuzzFeed's Follow This on Netflix and was pictured on the cover of the NYTimes with The ManKind Project, an international nonprofit mens organization promoting healthy masculinity and emotional growth. His Op-Eds on Kevin Hart were published in USA Today and his WTY Podcast is on ITunes.
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.
Drexton Clemons is an NYC-based comedian from Atlanta, GA. He's been featured on Buzzfeed News “Did You See This”, the DC Comedy Festival, and the Harlem Comedy Festival, and has an album entitled ‘And Another Thing’ on all platforms. He currently co-hosts the “NYC is Dead” podcast produced by Sony/Embassy Row. He has produced the See Something Say Something Comedy Show, as well as the Chopped Cheese Comedy Show, which provided a platform for artists of color. He also has a weekly series on Instagram called ‘Tough Questions’, where he takes a deep dive into current events and cultural phenomena and asks his followers to debate the topics with him. He has been featured on Unpacking the 1619 Project with Nikole Hannah-Jones and Ask A Political Scientist with Andrea Jones Rooy
Jaye McBride is funny, smart and proudly transgender. Jaye is the first openly transgender comedian to perform at Madison Square Garden is a regular at New York City’s “Comedy Cellar". In 2021 she was featured as one of the "New Faces" at the Just For Laugh's comedy festival and has also been featured at The Boston and Limestone Comedy Festivals. In addition to stand-up, Jaye speaks at high schools, colleges and groups all across the country about being transgender and how we can help trans kids from facing some of the obstacles and challenges she faced. Having transitioned in 2007, Jaye is uniquely qualified to talk about awkward first dates, strained family relationships and self-acceptance. Jaye is originally from Upstate NY but now lives in Brooklyn, NY.