Harlem Comedy Renaissance: Louis Ramey, Leighann Lord and Josh Homer
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The last date listed for Harlem Comedy Renaissance was Friday February 10, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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This new one-man show developed by Danny Franzese and The Theatre Project comes to off-Broadway for the holiday season. Best known for his work in the breakthrough films Bully, Mean Girls and S*it Italian Moms Say, the multi-talented Franzese presents his unique take on celebrity, the industry and vulnerability through a blend of storytelling, sketch comedy and hilarious insider info. If you've ever envied the lives of the rich and famous, you'll love this quirky take on everything from Franzese's love for street art, parties at Val Kilmer's house, and getting dirty looks from Tom Cruise. In between gasps of laughter, you might just realize, "It's not all sunglasses and autographs, kid!" Learn More
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Louis Ramey’s recent television appearances include his own comedy special, Comedy Central Presents: Louis Ramey, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and Showtime at the Apollo. Ramey was also a finalist on NBC's Last Comic Standing.
Smart, sexy, savvy, and funny, Leighann Lord’s “heads-up humor” is stand-up comedy at its finest. Leighann has crafted her own unique brand of Thinking Cap Comedy. It’s no wonder she received the NYC Black Comedy Award for “The Most Thought Provoking Black Female Comic.”
Josh Homer is the winner of "Best Emerging Comic" at the 2007 New York Underground Comedy Festival. Josh was featured on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham. Josh recently opened for the legendary Paul Mooney at Caroline's Comedy Club in New York.
About the Ticket Supplier: BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center
Borough of Manhattan Community College Performing Arts Center is committed to offering high caliber educational and culturally diverse arts programming to BMCC, the Downtown business and residential communities, and audiences from the greater New York Metropolitan area.