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LaZoom Comedy: Lindsay Glazer & Lisa Corrao
March 28 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm$12
Lindsay Glazer has been taking the comedy world by storm performing at legendary clubs like The Comic Strip, Dangerfield’s, Laugh Factory and The Improv, killing crowds with her tough as nails brand of brutally funny stand-up. She has opened for Russell Peters, Mike Vecchione, and DC Benny, and appeared on Comedy Central’s Sit ‘N Spin. Her festival credits include Gilda’s Laugh fest (twice in a row), North Carolina Comedy Festival, the New South Comedy Festival, Sacramento Comedy Festival, Ventura Comedy Festival, US Comedy Contest, and Asheville Comedy Festival.
Lisa Corrao never considered being called a smart-ass an insult. Ever since kindergarten, she has wanted to make fun of stuff professionally. Now, all grown up and having left her lucrative career as a public school teacher, Lisa travels the country doing stand-up. She is still fighting the stupidity of the world, but now does it with laughter under the cover of night like a lame superhero who also happens to feel pretty dumb most of the time herself. Recently, Lisa has performed in Comedy Central’s South Beach Comedy Festival, the Women in Comedy Festival, and The Boston Comedy Festival and can be seen on Nickelodeon.
Described by critics as everything from “brilliantly detached” to “playfully obscene”, Charley McMullen is a comedian who reminds us why we go to comedy shows. After nearly a decade of doing stand up comedy, McMullen has earned the reputation of a “comic’s comic” who can not only make you laugh, but also teach you why you’re laughing. More surprisingly, he’s also known as one of the most savage roast comedians in the country; a legend evidenced by his unprecedented 6 championship titles in “You Look Like”- Memphis, TN’s infamous roast battle comedy show.
Tickets $10 advance, $12 day of