Julie Goldman, Sam Jay, Yeardley Smith, Rebecca Schiffman and More!
Sun · July 23, 2017
Doors: 7:15 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 10:00 pm)
The Showroom at Au Lac, Bar Fedora, serves food from their world class plant based menu, prepared by Chef Ito. You can arrive early, 6ish, and eat in the dining room before the show, or eat dinner, snacks, drinks during the show. You can even start your meal in the restaurant and have them carry over the rest of your meal in the showroom.
The showroom itself is a beautiful intimate room, with a speakeasy vibe.
It's located right across from Disney Hall.
Questions and more info call 213-706-3630 or uncabaret.com
We look forward to seeing you there!
Creatrix, host, producer of UnCabaret (Comedy Central, Amazon, HBO Comedy Arts Festival). Host, Creator of The Other Network (Just For laughs), The Couch (Pilot for MTV). Actor (Sex & The City, Will & Grace). Commentator (Politically Incorrect, CNN). Radio Host (Comedy World Radio) Author ("Did I Wake You?", O Magazine, LA Yoga, Elle Decor, Time Magazine).
Julie Goldman starred on The People's Couch on Bravo, where she also appeared in Vanderpump Rules After Show and in The Big Gay Sketch Show on the Logo television network. As an actress she has appeared on Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Mindy Project and The Sopranos. And she and her writing partner Brandy Howard wrote for Joan Rivers on Fashion Police on E!.
Her first stand-up performance was at The Comedy Connection in Boston, Massachusetts, at the age of 15. Julie founded an all-women's stand-up and variety show called "OFFENSIVE WOMEN" and recruited Eve Ensler to sponsor their biggest show to date at The Zipper Theater in NYC.
Goldman is a frequent guest on Jonny McGovern's weekly podcast Gay Pimpin' with Jonny McGovern.
Goldman is working on raising money for Nicest Thing, a feature-length, lesbian romantic comedy that she co-wrote with Brandy. Goldman and Howard are producing the movie with Amanda Bearse who is also slated to direct. Other attachments include Tammy Lynn Michaels, Guinevere Turner, Kate Clinton, Paul Vogt, Bryce Johnson and Kate McKinnon.
Julie Goldman and Brandy Howard co-host Julie & Brandy in Your Box Office, a webseries on lesbian website Autostraddle, in which they provide reviews and re-enactments of movies. In "In Your Box Office FOR REAL," Julie & Brandy go behind the scenes for events like The Michigan Womyn's Music Festival and The VH1 DO Something Awards, where Julie performed with Jane Lynch.
Goldman appeared as a contestant on the second season of RuPaul's Drag U the summer of 2011.
Hunter Hill is currently being followed by a film crew documenting the underground comedy scene of Los Angeles, Hunter Hill can be seen regularly at The Lyric Theatre in Los Angeles, and performing at clubs internationally and around the country.
Rebecca Schiffman studied cello and piano from a young age. She later picked up guitar and in 9th grade joined Dalton School classmate Colin Kindley to form The Meaningful and Wise whose sound was influenced by The Buzzcocks and The Soft Boys. The Meaningful and Wise performed Kindley's compositions, and Schiffman soon began writing her own songs and recording them on a 4-Track. In 2000, while attending The Cooper Union School of Art, Schiffman began to play bass guitar for the pop-punk band Pearl Harbor, which featured Walter Schreifels (Quicksand, Rival Schools) on drums, Ryan Stratton (Walking Concert) on guitar, and Masayoshi Nakamura on vocals. Schreifels began producing Schiffman's recordings and in 2003 her first album "Upside Down Lacrimosa" was released on Some Records. In 2009, Schiffman self-released her second album "To Be Good for a Day" via Tunecore. The album was named "Best Album of the Month" in the February 2009 issue of Vice Magazine. In 2010, Schiffman's song "Aaron" was featured in the soundtrack to Lena Dunham's breakout film "Tiny Furniture." Schiffman also lent her vocals to "When U Come Home" by Teddy Blanks which plays during the movie's end credits. Schiffman's vocals also appear on another Teddy Blanks song for the soundtrack to Alex Karpovsky's movie "Red Flag".