$10 online / $15 at the door / $5 with The Other Place is Greener Receipt. Doors open at 7PM, show approx 8PM
Sarah Kennedy been featured on The Today Show, MTV and SiriusXM, performed in multiple comedy festivals across the country, and was also a finalist in NBC’s Stand-Up For Diversity nationwide comedy contest. She’s published pieces in The Advocate, Reductress, and GO Magazine, among others, and she co-wrote/co-directed/co-starred in the award-winning short film, The Fabulous (Name TBD)s. In Albuquerque, NM, where she calls home, Sarah writes about comedy for New Mexico Entertainment Magazine, helps to put on the yearly Albuquerque Funny Fiesta, performs and produces shows, and hosts the podcast, Comedy Ghost Town, exploring why the town has no comedy club of its own.
Allison Rose is an NYC comedian, writer, and photographer. Born on a quiet farm in Kansas, she came into her own on the loud stages of Colfax dive bars. She isn't afraid to discuss anything on stage, and her thoughtful but unabashed honesty casts a new light on these still pretty weird times. She has been featured on the Red Clay, 208, Savage Henry, and Yuck Fest comedy festivals. She is a regular at Comedy Works in Denver but currently resides in Brooklyn where she hosts the NYC edition of We Still Like You and a comedy roast show called We're Not Sweet. Honestly she's making it up as she goes along now and assumes you are too. You can catch her performing in bars, basements, bodega backyards, comedy clubs, and porches all across the country.
Jay Gillespie is a madman. His frantic and fast-paced comedy leaves audiences breathless. One time he dislocated his knee onstage. He has appeared on High Plains Comedy Festival, Comedians You Should Know (NYC) and Idaho Laughfest. He is the former co-host of The The Jaguar Morning Show and current host of COUGAR Nights, broadcast five nights a week from Main Street Trinidad.
Hailing from Buffalo, NY, Trinidad comedian Jeremy Pysher has an affinity for cheap beer, flannels, and terrible sports teams. Combining his love for comedy and partying, you can find Pysher slinging brews at Sexy Grandma's Pizza and Tap. He is the joke half of the Joke and Destroy live show and podcast. Jeremy won the inaugural Red River Comedy Festival Competition