Last Comic Standing's Rachel Feinstein at the Comedy Factory, With Ed Blaze and Vince Barnett
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The last date listed for Comedian Rachel Feinstein was Wednesday August 10, 2011 / 7:00pm.
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I enjoyed the event very much particularly Ms Feinstein. The acoustics, however, were such that sometimes it was difficult to hear the punch lines. Ms. Feinstein used her microphone much better than either Mr. Blaze or Mr. Barnett who were also...continued
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Rachel Feinstein grew up outside Washington, D.C., the daughter of a civil rights lawyer and a blues musician, giving her a keen eye for the absurd and unjust. She developed her hilarious, character driven style by opening for her father’s blues band as a kid and doing impressions of various loud and jarring relatives.
Rachel Feinstein was a finalist on Season 7 of _Last Comic Standing and was featured on Russell Simmons Presents Live at the El Rey_, TBS’s_ Just For Laughs _series and Comics Unleashed. She has her own half hour special, Comedy Central Presents Rachel Feinstein_. Rachel has written for The Onion and has voiced various characters on Adult Swim’s Venture Brothers_. She has also appeared on VH1’s Jewtastic and CNN’s_ Not Just Another Cable News Show._ Rachel also reviews hip-hop as her Grandma, “Ice Cold Rhoda, World’s Oldest Hater,” based on a Star of David rating system on comedycentral.com and Cipha Sounds and Rosenberg on Hot 97.
Her international spots include Montreal Comedy Festival, Scotland’s Glasgow Comedy Festival, Amsterdam’s Comedy Factory and a U.S Military tour in Korea. Rachel is a supporting actress in the upcoming independent films, Circus Maximus and Peace After Marriage, which will be featured in the Tribecca Film Festival and won the Tribeca All Access Award.
Tanzania-born Ed Blaze also graces the stage to deliver knee-smashing jokes and anecdotes about life as an African immigrant with a flammable last name. Vince Barnett hosts.