Super Funny Females Comedy Night

WFMU Comedy Night

Super Funny Females Comedy Night

Fri, February 15, 2019

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$12.00

Super Funny Females Comedy Night
Super Funny Females Comedy Night
Get your Fix of Female Funnies Friday February Fifteenth

12 bucks
Five Comedians, that's less than 3 bucks a piece, you wont find a better estrogen per dollar deal anywhere!



Dinan Hashem
Rachael Parenta
Calise Hawkins
Ariel Leaty
and Host Annie Weiss


Dina Hashem: Dina started comedy in 2010 while attending Rutgers University in her home state of New Jersey. She has since performed in festivals including the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and has been on Comedy Central's Roast Battle and CONAN. She can be seen at venues all around NYC and followed on social media @dinahashem_

Rachael Parenta: Rachael Parenta, an emotionally-inappropriate comedian, has been cracking audiences up from coast to coast and all of NYC for a decade. She's been seen on Lifetime, Animal Planet, and the Discovery Channel. She's a former co-host of Sports Ball on TWIB.FM and the creator of the hilarious podcast Football Laces. When not performing Ms. Parenta is writing writing writing having had short and full-length plays produced on both costs as well having contributed prose to Gawker.com and the 2009 book What Was I Thinking?! alongside Carrie Fischer.

Calise Hawkins: Calise Hawkins is a comedian and writer who hails from Springfield, Illinois and currently resides in Jersey City, New Jersey. Mother to her 8-year-old daughter, Asha, Calise has appeared on numerous television shows including “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” “Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell,” “Shortcoms,” “Stand Up in Stilettos” and “Parental Discretion.” As a writer, Calise’s work has appeared on several major television networks as well as the Whoopi Goldberg pilot, “Spoil Me Mad.” In 2012, Calise was part of the prestigious “Just For Laughs Montreal New Faces Showcase.” Calise has opened for such notable comedians as Chris Rock, Tracy Morgan, Finesse Mitchell, J.B. Smoove, Jay Pharoah, Anthony Anderson and Damon Wayans. She can often be seen at Broadway Comedy Club, Greenwich Village Comedy Club and Stand Up New York. Calise’s style of comedy is painfully revealing and has been called “refreshingly honest.”

Ariel Leaty: Ariel Leaty is a comedian, actress, and writer from New Jersey, but she's far from the "Jersey Shore" stereotype. Born to strict Hispanic parents in a suburban town, she learned to use humor in order to weave in and out of spaces where she didn't quite belong. Diagnosed with Leukemia in 2014, she is currently on the path to being officially cured. As for her chemo-induced mood swings? They're another matter entirely. Ariel's standup explores her hardships with relationships, battling depression, grappling with religion, and being racially ambiguous. But, who are we kidding? She mostly talks about her pussy. Currently, she produces and and co-hosts a popular monthly stand-up comedy showcase called Culture Vultures, with a focus on women, POC, and LGBTQ acts.

Annie Weiss: Annie has been performing Stand up comedy in all four continents since 2011. These places include New Jersey, Staten Island, and the great communist nation of Brooklyn where she was born.
Venue Information:
Monty Hall
43 Montgomery St.
Jersey City, NJ, 07302
http://wfmu.org/montyhall