Giulia Rozzi, Joe Larson, Joe Pontillo, Vincent James & more

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Giulia Rozzi, Joe Larson, Joe Pontillo, Vincent James & more
Friday, August 18, 2017 8:00 PM
Tribeca Comedy Lounge, New York, NY
  • 16 & over
  • Two drink minimum
 
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  • Ticket Price: $25.00
  • Door Time: 7:00 PM
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Restrictions: 16 & over
    Two drink minimum
In addition to the listed comics, 3-4 more comics will also perform. Some you may have heard of from TV or Netflix specials, others may be new to you, but all are hilarious, seasoned professionals.
Giulia Rozzi:
Giulia Rozzi is a comedian, actress and writer that has been seen on Tru TV's How To Be A Grown Up, Vh1's The GreatestChelsea Lately, Comedy Central's This Is Not Happening, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Lifetime TV, Playboy TV's Foursome: Walk Of Shame, MTV, TLC, The Artie Lange Show and co-stars/co-created the web series Seeing Other People with Brooke Van Poppelen. A relatable storyteller, her very personal and honest humor has earned her the honor of being a Moth GrandSLAM champion, a Boston Comedy Festival finalist, and a TEDx speaker.  
As a writer, Giulia has worked on the MTV series Girl Code and Silent Library and was a contributing writer for Bravo's Odd Mom Out and TV Land's Younger. She has also written and performed two solo shows: Stupid Foreigners and Bad Bride (which toured the US and UK). Giulia also co-created/hosts the groundbreaking and long running sex  themed storytelling show Stripped Stories with Margot Leitman  and co-hosts the relationship podcast Hopefully We Don't Break-Up on Cave Comedy Radio with comedian Will Miles. Her new comedy album Touch My Heart debuts February 2016 on Comedy Records. 
More at giuliarozzi.com

Joe Larson: Joe Larson grew up in Seattle, Washington with no aspirations of being a stand up comedian. In May of 2003, realizing his dream of becoming the first person other than Oprah to be on the cover of O magazine wasn‘t going to happen on its own, Joe decided to try comedy. He wasn’t doing anything else that day and was inspired by his parents, who also don’t have real jobs. What Joe lacks in work ethic, he makes up for in spite. His father, a comedian, worked 4 hours a week and Joe aspires to someday out do him by working even less than that. In the short time Joe has been doing stand-up he has had the opportunity of performing at The Stardust in Las Vegas, The Icehouse in Pasadena, and the prestigious Buzz-Inn Steak House in Washington (somewhere along the highway). Joe made his television debut on the Spanish Channel where he was muy funny-o despite not being able to speak Spanish. Also, Joe was chosen as College Comedian of the Year at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival where he got to share the Wayne Newton Theater stage with comedy greats such as Norm Crosby, Jack Carter and Tony Danza (they didn’t let Mr. Danza talk... who‘s the boss now Tony?). Although very grateful for the use of his theater, Joe still has no clue who Wayne Newton is.