Rachel Joravsky is the Thirsty White Ally

Rachel Joravsky is the Thirsty White Ally

Phoebe Robinson, Gary Richardson, Jaboukie Young-White, Rachel Pegram

Tue, June 20, 2017

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

*** Limited seating - first come, first serve ***

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Rachel Joravsky is the Thirsty White Ally
Rachel Joravsky is the Thirsty White Ally
You are cordially invited to WAKE THE HELL UP WHITE AMERICA. 25 years ago, Rachel Joravsky came out of her mother's caucasian womb owning up to her many privileges and you can too. Join us for this comedic dissertation that explores the many faces of white allyship through sketch and standup (sponsored by Pepsi).

Directed by: Taylor Gonzalez.
Featuring: Rachel Pegram, Gary Richardson, Jaboukie Young - White and more.
Phoebe Robinson
Phoebe Robinson
Stand up comedian and writer Phoebe Robinson recently made her television debut on TV Guide’s “100 Shows to See Before You Die.” She was also a finalist in NBC’s Stand Up for Diversity competition and was a part of their college tour, which traveled the USA. She has performed in the New York Underground Comedy Festival, Bridgetown Comedy Festival and for the second straight year, she appeared in the Women in Comedy Festival. Phoebe has also appeared on Sirius XM’s Raw Dog Comedy Show, in The Daily News, the NY Post as well as on The Smoking Jacket and Rooftop Comedy websites. Her writing has been published in the New York Times and most recently, she became a blogger for the Huffington Post. Currently, she hosts a weekly comedy show at Manchester Pub called Case of the Mondays and performs at venues all over NYC. And every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday, you can read her blog Blaria at http://blaria.com.
Gary Richardson
Gary Richardson
Gary Richardson is a young man having the time of his life.
Jaboukie Young-White
Jaboukie Young-White
Jaboukie Young-White is an NYC-based comedian and filmmaker. He’s been featured on The Fader and Clickhole and was a finalist at 2016’s NYC Devil Cup Stand Up Festival. You can find his work at jaboukie.com when he keeps up with SquareSpace payments. In the meanwhile, you can follow him on Twitter @jaboukie. This week, Young-White spoke with me about three of his favorite tweets, plus Kanye, Brand Twitter’s co-opting of Black Twitter, and making memes.