Sun, May 31 | Comedy On The Commons

Ithaca Festival Comedy Fest: Best For Last

Comedy On The Commons is back with the Remember The Ithaca Festival Comedy Fest. The Ithaca Festival is postponed, but the comedy is going online! We are going Virtual and bringing this event to you!
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Ithaca Festival Comedy Fest: Best For Last

Time & Location

May 31, 2020, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Comedy On The Commons

About the Event

Comedy On The Commons is back with the Remember The Ithaca Festival Comedy Fest. The Ithaca Festival is postponed, but the comedy is going online!  We are going Virtual and bringing this event to you!

Dawn Hartill is from Lewiston, Maine and is a mom to three teenage boys. She delights audiences of all ages by sharing her observations on life, marriage, and the experiences of trying to excel at motherhood . . . Or at least trying to keep her children from needing extensive therapy. She is the 2016 Winner of The Strand Cup Comedy Competition and regularly performs throughout New England.

Pete Brocker grew up moving around the northeast before settling in Poughkeepsie, New York. He went to a few colleges in upstate New York, and Massachusetts (a state that he still struggles to spell), before graduating and moving to New York City to pursue comedy. His sarcasm and self-deprecating style keep any crowd laughing all night.

Dan Mullen is a contributing writer for Funny Or Die and The Weekly Humorist, a finalist of The Funniest Person in Rochester 2015, Utica Brews Laugh Championship 2018, and placed 3rd in The Finger Lakes Comedy Festival 2018.

Casey Bauer is a comedian, writer, and musician based in New York. She has appeared at the DC Improv, Broadway Comedy Club and the 2019 Baltimore Comedy Festival. She is a Reductress contributor and co-creator of Dating Report Cards: an Instagram account featuring (poorly) illustrated report cards from her and her roommate’s most memorable NYC dates.

Jula Branda is a Jersey girl who traded in GTL for stand up comedy. She enjoys ranting about the minutiae of everyday life, whether it be her day job selling soap to old ladies, her dad trying to set her up on blind dates, or tuna melts. With her accent, you may mistake her for an extra in the Sopranos, but her credits actually include the Stellar Underground, Gotham Comedy Club, SheDevil Comedy Festival

Kia Banej is a comic based in Rochester, New York who has been writing and performing comedy for almost five years.  I’ve performed in different places in upstate and central New York, including Ithaca, Rochester, Syracuse, and Canandaigua.

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