Virtual Twin Cities Jewish Humor Festival – Queer Comedy Night

The Virtual Twin Cities Jewish Humor Festival includes local and national comics who represent and reflect the diversity of Jewish culture. With something for everyone, the Festival creates space for laughter, healing, connection and joy in the middle of winter.

Queer Comedy Night Featuring Dana Eagle
with guests: Lisa Geduldig, Liz Stone & Geulah Finman

WATCH AT YOUR CONVENIENCE – Virtual Event

Dana Eagle has been seen on NBC’s Last Comic StandingThe Late, Late ShowComedy Central, and Comics Unleashed. She has taken several trips overseas to perform for the troops in Iraq. In 2017, Dana’s book How To Be Depressed: A Guide hit the shelf and in 2018 it was released in four languages.

Lisa Geduldig is a San Francisco-based comedian and comedy producer. Her annual show Kung Pao Kosher Comedy (Jewish comedy on Christmas in a Chinese restaurant) has been a tradition in San Francisco since 1993. She currently produces Lockdown Comedy on Zoom. KosherComedy.com

Liz Stone is a co-producer of Live Comedy on Zoom and is a regular at the San Francisco Punchline, Cobbs Comedy Club, The Laugh Factory, Rooster T. Feathers, and Laughs Unlimited.

Geulah Finman is a tall, dark and handsome queerdo. Her upbringing in a Hassidic-Jewish home lends to a refreshing, nuanced and hilarious (mis)conception of the world. She is native to Detroit and recently moved to San Francisco where she performs and produces shows across The Bay Area. She draws her audiences in with an exuberant and over jocular tone, cutting deep on issues like gender dynamics, religion and income inequality.

Emcee: Coral Best is a Bay Area native who got her start in comedy talking about her invisible disability of having an ostomy bag, or what she likes to call her “gift bag from hell.” After recovering from her major medical crisis, she marched straight to a stage, found her calling in comedy, and has never looked back!
(Ages 18+, Language and Adult Content )

Presented in partnership with J-Pride a program of Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis

All Fest Pass – $18*
*does not include the Teen Workshop

 

Details

Start:
January 28
End:
January 31
Cost:
$18
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Website:
minnesotajcc.org

Organizer

Minnesota JCC
Website:
https://minnesotajcc.org