She's a middle-age single woman who is definitely nobody's mom. She's your best nightmare: a fearless feminist with a sharp sense of irony who will challenge your assumptions about older women, while still relating to all ages. She's played bars, bookstores, basements, and barns. She has 16 years in comedy...not in a row. After 11 years she took a break to study improvisation and sketch writing at the Second City Conservatory Chicago, the Annoyance Theater and ComedySportz. In September of 2015 she had an epiphany and remembered she was a standup comedian. Two years later she moved to LA. In her past life she played clubs and colleges across the midwest and east coast, including many great comedy clubs that don't exist anymore (including at least one that literally burnt down). She's opened for Paula Poundstone, Gilbert Gottfried, Jake Johannson, and many non-alliterative comedians as well. How long ago? She once hosted a show with a young feature named Patton Oswalt. Yes, feature. It was a long time ago. Currently she hosts, produces and performs in Zoom shows and recently made her debut at Nowhere Comedy.
We probably won't yell at you.