Last Comic Standing's Rachel Feinstein, with Ed Blaze and Vince Barnett
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The last date listed for Comedian Rachel Feinstein was Friday August 26, 2011 / 10:00pm.
Currently at GALA Hispanic Theatre
- Full Price:
- $40 - $45
- Our Price:
- $20 - $22
The longtime leader of the Latino arts scene in DC, Gala Hispanic Theatre gets its 41st season off… More
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Great show. It was over 2 hours long so it was a good deal for your money. Nice theater with alcoholic beverages available for purchase. Great way to end the week with some laughs. All three comedians were funny and I can see why Rachel Feinstein...continued
Quotes & Highlights
See Rachel’s comedy on her website.
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.