Vickie Shaw & Jennie McNulty in An Evening of Stand Up Comedy
Vickie Shaw and Jennie McNulty are back by popular demand to Peace United Church of Christ. Two distinctly different and hilarious acts, these two ladies put on one heck of a comedy show. And, while the show is IN a church, it is not a religious show. Peace United is an open and affirming church that welcomes all - including comics! Here's some info on Vickie and Jennie:
** She performs on 3 or 4 Olivia trips a year
** She's had her own one woman show on Logo,
** Was featured in the documentary, "Laughing Matters"
** She's also been on Comedy Central, Bravo, and A&E
** Countless HRC, Pride, and LGBT events.
Vickie Shaw returns to Northern California with her incredibly endearing (she's southern), sharp, don't- mess- with- her (she's southern)-comedy.
Vickie doesn't' have to go far from home for material. As a recovering S.o.B. (Southern Baptist) and out lesbian mother of 3 grown children and 3 "perfect" granddaughters as well as her partner, the infamous, "Sgt. Patch," there's enough material to fill a hundred hours! You'll be laughing from start to finish and, by the end of the night, you feel like family. Dysfunctional, perhaps, but family. Don't miss this!
** She's been on Logo, NBC, TLC
** Has worked for Olivia, Sweet Atlantis Cruises
** Has entertained the troops overseas
** Also done countless, Pride, LGBT, etc events
The New England Blade named Jennie McNulty, One of the premiere comedians in the country. The Examiner called her an, infectiously energetic, remarkably deft comic with a warm disarming style and some of the best improv skills in the business. And Curve magazine rates her amongst the Top 10 lesbian comics. Her playfully sarcastic style wins over every crowd the moment she takes the stage. With topics ranging from her love of sports (she plays women's pro tackle football) to current events to whatever the audience throws at her. No two shows are alike. Come check one out.
Peace United (View)
900 High St
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|