Comedy Night

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ALL SEATS • $25 in advance || $30 at the door

DATES & TIMES ::
MARCH 10 || 7:30 PM ** ONE SHOW ONLY **


Coming Up Roses COMEDY NIGHT
Check out this great lineup and then grab your seats, before they are gone.
Rated R :: 21 years and older

Featuring:
Amanda G. is a stand-up comedian based in New Orleans. She has opened for Michael Che, River Butcher, Sean Patton, Emma Willman, and Kevin James Thornton. She has been part of Beast Village, Lady Laughs, Mutiny Radio (San Francisco), Midwest Queer Comedy, Cola Con, and Memphis comedy festivals. She hosts Comedy Beast, a weekly stand-up comedy show. She also hosts and produces the Near and Queer to My Heart podcast. You might recognize her as a regular host of New Orleans’ Greetings, from Queer Mountain, or on those rare nights that she isn’t on some stage making audiences laugh…as that girl at the end of the bar.

A native New Yorker, Samantha Bednarz is a deeply personal storyteller, with a penchant for aggression. Her style could be described as controlled chaos. She spent more than a decade as a part of the NYC Comedy Scene before moving to New Orleans in December of 2021, where she quickly became a part of the local comedy scene.
Credits Include: Opened for Nimesh Patel at the Fillmore New Orleans, 2023 Hell Yes Fest, 2023 Nola Comedy Fest 3, 2023 LGBTLOL Festival, 2022 Hell Yes Fest, No Laughing Matter: A Female Comedy Festival, 2022 Nola Comedy Fest 2, 2022 LGBTLOL Festival, 2021 Rochester Fringe Festival, 2020 Rochester Fringe Festival, 2019 Coney Island Comedy Festival, 2019 Harlem Comedy Festival, 2018 NY Comedy Festival, Westchester Comedy Festival, Jersey City Comedy Festival, She-Devil Comedy Festival, NY Underground Comedy Festival

LP Black is a multidisciplinary artist born and raised in the Greater New Orleans area. She graduated from the Media Arts program at NOCCA in 2004 and has been stumbling through various art spaces ever since. She began her journey writing sketches and performing standup in 2012, which include topics like the birth defect in her face, her mother, an offbeat tarot reader, and her sister, a straight-laced banker, along with all of the politics that come between. Her current focus is finding ways to set aside our differences and bring together the family members we can’t stand, the friends we unfollowed, and the co-workers we want to kill, in an attempt to unite the nation one meandering joke at a time.

Jennifer Turbo is a New Orleans-based stand up comedian and Botox enthusiast with passionate views about beauty, parenting, and douchebaggery. In September she produced and headlined in 2 sold-out shows at Comedy House New Orleans.

Keeda with a Q is a self proclaimed fat heaux that’s been in these comedy streets for 6 yrs. Originally from Milwaukee, WI. She discovered her passion for comedy when she relocated to New Orleans in 2017. She believes deeply that laughter is medicine.

South-Louisiana Comic Jade Bronte has been sneaking onto stages for nearly a decade, getting her start before she was legally allowed in most venues. Currently at home in New Orleans, She co-hosts the weekly Its Good Comedy Open Mic at the historic Dragons Den. Every month she produces “At The Top: A Collaborative Comedy Competition” which combines stand-up, improv, multi media and live sketch at Big Couch Theatre.

No stranger to versatility, she has been found performing in a true variety of spaces, including everything from opening for rapper Boyfriend, to warming up retirement homes, to featuring in comedy clubs and theaters such as StandUp Live (Hunstville) and The All Ways Lounge & Cabaret. You can see her energy featured at its peak in Carsie Blanton’s Music Video for her hit single Jacket, “a racy diddy about female masturbation” (Rolling Stones Magazine) She has opened for the cult favorite and legend, Eddie Pepitone (Bobs Burgers, The Tonight Show, It’s Allways Sunny In a Philadelphia) . Additionally she was featured in the short film “Yes And” a comedy starring Sean Patton (Comedy Central) and Brooks Wheelan (SNL). Transcending beyond the mic, this sex-positive performer and former student of The New Orleans School of Burlesque is an original cast member of New Orleans’ premiere Nerdlesque troupe The Society of Sin. She can occasionally be found slinking across a burlesque stage as her alter ego Marais Antoinette, The Alligator Queen. Additionally she is on the production team of the largest play party in the south. This comic is known for her “radical vulnerability” using humor to explore her experiences as a fat, queer, & neurospicy femme navigating the Crescent City. Mattie is a New Orleans actor/writer/singer who tells really thoughtful dirty jokes.

Mary-Devon Dupuy is a mom, wife, comedian, and lifelong New Orleanian. Mary-Devon has been doing standup since 2014 and has featured for nationally known comedians such as Rachel Feinstein. She co-produces Moral Panic, a monthly comedy showcase that happens every third Friday at Sports Drink.

Keka You Already Know is a high energy, bold comic on the NOLA comedy scene. Her writing style reflects her rural upbringing in Louisiana, world travels, intelligent observations, and professional experiences all in the context and perspective of a lack Woman in America.

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