From an early age, Cabell had the comedy bug, doing imitations of Ronald Reagan at family parties when she was eight. Today, the comedienne known as “that weird girl” growing up is winning over audiences with her style best described as ‘smart, in your face, and slightly insane’ delivery. A native of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Cabell is a comic who reminds you of your mother’s strange friend or dysfunctional advice columnist. Dead end jobs, bad dates, annoying customers, aging, and single scene are just some of the topics covered in a set that feels like part therapy session, part manifesto. Voted ‘Most Likely To Fall Off A Bar Stool Looking For a Life Partner’ by her peers, she is a Triad favorite performing in clubs and venues across the South.