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The Chuckle and Chortle Comedy Show!
February 8, 2014 @ 8:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Oh my, oh my romance is in the air, or is that just tacos? It is February, come live, love and laugh with us! Michelle Maclay hosts a sweet bunch of funny local comics in this month’s edition ofChuckle and Chortle Comedy show.
Host: Michelle Maclay Michelle is a local comic working in NC. She co-producers a HILARIOUS podcast called Small Town Funny with John Sideris. They talk about performing locally, writing jokes, and about building an act away from traditional comedy meccas. Michelle loves to host comedy and music shows…interacting with the audience, sharing live comedy with the Triangle area makes her tick and laugh! Michelle shares insights about topics such as what it is like to not have kids but know how to raise them, all the way to dating your doctor, by appointment only.
Anna Suzuki is a NYC-based comic. She is currently the co-host/co-producer of the UCB East diversity variety show, Soul Glo Project, and her recent interview with Margaret Cho for McSweeney’s Believer Magazine can be seen in the September 2013 issue.Anna has performed all over NYC/the country including UCB, PIT, Stand Up NY, Union Hall, Eastville Comedy Club, Broadway Comedy Club, Hapa Japan Festival (USC, LA), Out of Bounds Comedy Festival (Austin, TX), the Rivoli (Toronto).
Jennifer McGinnis gravitates towards all things with glitter and loves small fluffy animals. She has been doing stand- up comedy for 6 years. She recently led a learning session at the Annual Applied Improv .
Brad Schnurr first got the idea of performing comedy when, as a child, he overheard his father say to the family doctor, “My son here, he’s a little, uh, funny. Can you help him?” Turns out they couldn’t.
John Boni, aka the Silver Senior is NC’s oldest new young comic. By day, his secret identity is John Boni, a veteran television writer and producer of such shows as Three’s Company, Facts of Life, 227, General Hospital and All My Children. As the Silver Senior, he tries to make sense of today’s culture …. He can’t.