HELL HATH NO FUNNY! Comedy Night and Siren Nation Festival Afterparty
Sunday, November 10
Funhouse Lounge | 8pm | 21+ | $7 (w/0 festival wristband)
2432 SE 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97214
Advanced tickets can be purchased online: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/507126
Siren Nation Comedy Night featuring:
Amy Miller – SF Sketchfest, All Jane No Dick Festival
Whitney Streed – Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Seattle Sketchfest
Barbara Holm – Bridgetown, Huffington Post, Portland Mercury
Bri Pruett – All Jane No Dick, Co-Host of the Late Night Action Show
Veronica Heath – Portlandia, Bridgetown Comedy Festival
SisterBrittaney Taylor – Lez Stand Up!
Jes Rega – Lez Stand Up!
Jessie McCoy – NW Women’s Comedy Conference, Cheeseburger Champion at The Copper Rooster
More details on the facebook event page: www.facebook.com/events/745476438802279/
Amy Miller has been seen at the San Francisco Sketchfest, Noise Pop
Festival, Five Funny Females, SF Punchline, Cobb’s Comedy Club,
Harvey’s Comedy Club Portland, Helium Comedy Club, The All Jane No
Dick Festival, The Siren Nation Festival, Laugh Your Asheville Off,
Mississippi Studios Portland and as a regular headliner at the original Purple
Onion. She’s the founder of FAB (Funny Ass Bitches), which featured some
of the Bay Area’s best comics, none of whom were actual bitches. A lead
producer/ host/ wrangler in Sylvan Productions, Amy produced a successful
Oakland show series that featured Hannibal Buress, Moshe Kasher, Kyle
Kinane, Rory Scovel and more. She’s also performed at Laughtrack Festival
Denver, The Comedy Store, and at the Knitting Factory with Hannibal
Whitney Streed is a comedian because if she was not, her incessant punning
would have no artistic or monetary value whatsoever. She has opened for
Maria Bamford and Jackie Kashian, and performed in festivals including
Portland’s Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Seattle SketchFest, and the SLC
Comedy Carnivale. She can be seen playing a feminist in two seasons of
IFC’s hit show
. She likes glitter.
Barbara Holm has performed at the San Francisco Sketchfest, the
Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and Bumbershoot Arts festival. She has
written for IGN and The Portland Mercury. She has been awarded Time Out
New York’s Joke of the Week and was named “one of the best things about
comedy in 2012′′ by the Comedy Bureau.
Bri Pruett is a stand-up comic and improviser from Portland, Oregon.
She’s appeared at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival and the All Jane No Dick
She’s opened for super cool humans: Kevin McDonald (kids in the hall),
Sara Schaefer (MTV), musical geek songstresses The Doubleclicks and
Ron Funches (NBC, Conan, and human teddy bear).
For 6 years she’s worked with Action/Adventure Theater, a non-profit
independent theater and black box venue in Southeast Portland.
She appeared in Action/Adventure’s celebrated, long-running, improvised serial:
Fall of the House.
A/A also produced an original Sketch Show: Making
Sex; local press said Bri showed”razor sharp comic timing.”
Oh yeah. Most recently she’s been the comedy sidekick and director for Late Night Action
with Alex Falcone, a live, talk/variety show.
She is a regular host and performer at Curious Comedy Theater and a regular
player with improv singing-ensemble: Pipes. Bri is the semi-weekly host of
Curious Comedy’s Saturday Night showcase of Portland comics and special
She is a regular MC for the Funhouse Follies Burlesque troupe and a
first-class Karaoke Jockey extraordinaire at the Boiler Room in old town,
Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Portlandia
SisterBrittaney Taylor is an up and coming stand up comedienne who
currently resides in Portland, Oregon. She regularly charms crowds along
the west coast from Seattle to San Francisco with a natural stage presence
that makes you feel like you’re homies.
Jes began her comedic career at the tender age of nine when she wrote her
first original joke. It killed at a family picnic and she’s been the “funny one”
ever since. Born and raised in San Francisco’s Mission District, she’s called
NE Portland her home for the past 12 years.
Jessie McCoy is a Portland based stand-up comedian. She is a regular on
many area showcases and has appeared all over the west side of these United
The Portland Mercury said they were impressed by her “grouchy girl
persona and controlled delivery” which is better than calling her a bitch.