I’m currently in Washington, DC performing at The Kennedy Center (THE KENNEDY CENTER, Y’ALL!!!) in a fun holiday show called Love, Factually, a parody of the flick Love, Actually produced by the crazy folks at The Second City in conjunction with the Kennedy Center. If you’re in the DC area, come see me on stage December 4-December 31!
Booked a co-star role on Comedy Central's new series, South Side, created by and starring Emmy Award nominees Bashir Salahuddin and Diallo Riddle! I'm stoked about this series because the script is HILARIOUS, it's created by and featuring Chicago native performers and it's a show about the every day good folks on the South side of Chicago-- not gangs, drugs, shootings, or any of the other doom and gloom that is constantly cast upon our city on television (finally!). I couldn't be more proud to have been a part of this production. It was legit the friendliest, most professional and welcoming set I've ever been on. South Side premieres on Comedy Central early next year...this is gonna be a hit, y'all. Be excited. Be very excited.
I'm thrilled to join the hilarious all-female cast of the critically acclaimed sketch comedy show SHE THE PEOPLE in the UP Comedy Club at The Second City! Come see me Thursdays through Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 7pm from April 6th-Nov. 11th. Get yo tickets HERE.
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I'm bringing Token back to Second City in Chicago on October 22 for a one night only performance followed by a discussion of the show with the audience. The Q&A will be hosted by Erica Mann Ramis, Second City's Harold Ramis Film School Advisory Board member and wife of the late Second City alum and Hollywood legend Harold Ramis, along with my illustrious director, Schoen Smith. The talk will be facilitated by diversity trainer and empathy enabler, Jim Lew. Looking forward to performing and chatting with peeps about this show!