The Young, a horror-comedy at Walkerspace

I’m very excited to tell you I’m playing the lead in Kevin MacLean’s The Young, a horror-comedy debuting at Walkerspace next week as part of the Fordham University/Primary Stages MFA program. This play is a little bit Evil Dead and a little bit Hateful Eight, and tickets are free! April 19, 20 & 21

Boundaries is back, 3/17

Have you ever wanted to go to a comedy show where you can also get therapy? Joe Bonacci and I conveniently provide this for you. No, we are not licensed therapists, but we have a stellar line-up of guest comics and some new videos, so come on out. Saturday March

The Stephen King and I, Shining time!

The horror-tastic spooktacular Stephen King and I show returns for the winter season! It’s cold outside and crazy things are happening every f*cking day, so this show is all about The Shining! With guest comics Jess Lane (Nerdist), Michael Wolf (Comedy Central, IFC), Kate Moran (The Revolution at QED) and Jason Messina (Last Week Tonight with Jon Oliver) and music by Shane Vidaurri. Plus The

Boundaries Returns 2/2!

I’m hosting a new monthly show called Boundaries at The Vital Joint in Brooklyn with Joe Bonacci!  Joe and I specialize in “audience therapy” and use a combination of guest comedians, sketch comedy, past-live regression, puppets, music and drag to sooth your mind with the healing power of jokes. While we aren’t yet recognized by the FDA, we do have special guest comics Keisha

New show in SOLOCOM 2017

I’m debuting a new character in SOLOCOM at The PIT Loft on Saturday, November 18th at 9pm!  I’m proud to say this is my third year doing SOLOCOM, New York’s only all-new solo comedy festival. Each year I’ve written new material and this time I’ve decided to satirize the sexist

A Comedy Show for Stephen King Fans

Stephen King has written 54 novels and over 200 short stories and is considered one of the greatest living authors of the horror genre. Comedian Tabitha Vidaurri has read all of his books, and so she created a horror-comedy show for Stephen King fans! With special guest comics Nick Naney, Melissa Rocha and Billy Keenly, plus

Bring Change to Mind

Recently I was part of a series of short PSA’s for Bring Change to Mind, a non-profit organization started by Glenn Close to end the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental illness. Each short video was part of a campaign called, “Talk to Anyone About Mental Health,” and featured two performers

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