Nationally-acclaimed comedians Jennie McNulty and Lisa Koch will make the audience roll in the aisles at the RRazz Room at the Raven in New Hope on Saturday, Aug. 6, says owner Robert Kotonly. The duo will be joined by special guest comedian Karen Faber, who recently appeared at the Rehobeth Beach Women’s Fest.
McNulty’s “playfully sarcastic style is sure to win you over and most definitely make you laugh,” according to the RRazz promo material, which also says that her mad improv skills and reputation as one of America’s top ten lesbian comics have taken her all over the world, from entertaining troops in Iraq, Afghanistan and Eastern Europe, to the beautiful beaches and serene sea ports of the LGBT travel world.
McNulty has also appeared on LogoTV’s “One Night Stand Up,” NBC’s “Starting Over,” and “Walking Funny With” on AfterEllen.com, and has been featured in numerous commercials and co-starring roles.
Of Seattle’s Lisa Koch, RRazz says, “Picture Tina Fey meets Bette Midler, with Joan Jett guitar chops. Daft. Demented. #SNORT.” She’s an irreverent singer/comedian, out lesbian and sober chick, and serves up a deliciously twisted mix of comedy, theater, and tunes.
Koch (pronounced “coke”) has recorded four solo CDs, is one-half of quirky sketch duo “Dos Fallopia,” and has shared the stage with the likes of Janis Ian, Kate Clinton, the Indigo Girls, and Steve Martin. She composed the off-Broadway musical “27, Rue de Fleurus,” has been seen on LOGO and Olivia Cruises, and a song sampled by Jay-Z.
“Koch brings to the RRazz Room her guitar, her wacky songs, and her musings on being a womam — from middle age to mammograms to singing vulvas,” say promoters.