Join us for great online comedy!
Here's the main page for the series where you can check out upcoming and past shows.
Or follow us on social media for the same:
Here's how it works:
- Hit the "Join the interactive show" button or the "Join the livestream on YouTube" button (though that's much less fun) below at 9:00 p.m. on Friday, September 25 to join.
- Turn on your microphone and/or camera so we can hear everybody laugh and feel together (also: behave).
- Our amazing comedians do 15 minute sets each.
- You laugh a great deal.
- Donate. We're not putting up a paywall since we want everyone to easily join but we'd appreciate your donating $5 (or more!). Everybody's gigs went poof so a bit of cash would be highly appreciated.
First, Alysia Hush.
Alysia is a comedian and writer from New York City. She performs in colleges and clubs throughout the US and has opened for Jessica Kirson. Professionally, she is a comedian. Personally, she is an asshole.
Then, Kate Robards.
Kate is an award winning writer, comic, and actor. She recently wrote jokes and monologues for the 2019 Shorty Awards and Bustle Rule Breakers and has written for Kathy Griffin, Stacey Abrams Busy Phillips to name a few. Her work has been hailed as “hilarious and heartbreaking” by The Washington Post. The San Francisco Chronicle said she has “wry wit.” Her NYC manager says she is “unknown.” Kate can be seen in New York City at her weekly standup residency at The Blond in SoHo every Tuesday, 9pm. She also hosts two monthly shows: Strawberry Milk, which has sold out continuously for more than a year, and Peach Pit at The Stand, and Cousins which is at the Freehand Hotel.
In addition to stand-up she regularly performs her solo play trilogy at theatre festivals around the country and abroad. In 2019 she performed at festivals and clubs in Maui, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Houston, Atlanta, Miami, Montreal, and Paris, to name a few. In January 2020 you can see her standup showcase at SF Sketchfest. Kate’s TV Pilot was a finalist for the 2019 Sundance Episodic Lab. She has received artist residencies at Byrdcliffe, University of Tennessee, Drop Forge and Tool, and was awarded the 2019 Jerome Foundation Scholarship for Americans in the Arts. She has a Masters of Fine Arts in writing from California College of the Arts and been seen on College Humor, Inside Edition, and Vice.
And finally, Daniel Perafan.
Daniel is a NYC based comedian that uses high energy sardonic humor to entertain crowds.Through his ironic, self-deprecating humor, he demonstrates the best way to deal with a problem is by laughing at it.
When this is all over, you'll need to go out. And also re-introduce yourself to your friends. asembl makes doing both better. Check it out for all the best things going on and the easiest way to gather a group to do those things with.