Walnut Da Lyrical Geni presents
I Can’t Stop Laughing!
- Pamela Ross
- John Paul Rivera
- Tricia Auld
- …and host Nora Panahi
Free Admission. (We pass the hat/bucket for the performers)
is a Boston comedian whose career started table-side at an “upscale” establishment. It was there that she honed her craft on unsuspecting patrons until a handful of guests were offended by a “performance”. She was subsequently encouraged to resign. Since then, she has graced many bar tops, public restrooms, and any mirror she deems worthy.
Tricia has opened up about her struggle to break into the Boston comedy scene in an interview which was recently featured in DigBoston.
Tricia has performed at popular comedy venues such as Nick’s Comedy Stop, Dick’s Comedy Den, The Middle East, Phoenix Landing, Davis Square Theater, Johnny Ds, The Burren, ImprovBoston, The Comedy Studio, The Cannery Music Hall, The Shaskeen Pub, The Comedy Connection, and Laugh Boston.
is a Boston-based Iranian-American Muslim-Buddhist stand-up comedian with great bangs and an okay body. In March 2016 she became the first female comic to win ‘BU’s Funniest’ and everyone who knows her is tired of hearing her talk about it and how it makes her a feminist icon. She is not like other girls. She has since performed with Myq Kaplan, Rick Shapiro, Chris Hardwick, and Hannibal Buress, and they were all wowed by her. They didn’t tell her this but she could tell. She plays the ukulele.
is a Boston-based writer, comedian, and producer. She’s performed stand up in the Boston Comedy Festival, The Women in Comedy Festival, and Thunderfest. Her writing has appeared on xoJane, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, The Higgs Weldon, and Yahoo! Beauty. She co-produces a weekly show called The Mendoza Line and writes/performs sketch comedy with Magenta Strike Squad.
John Paul Rivera
has been entertaining audiences in New England with his hilarious jokes and unkempt hair. He has a smart take on dumb decisions that he wouldn’t take back. He has been a comic in residence at The Comedy Studio in Harvard Square and opened for national headliners like Fortune Feimster and Andy Kindler.
Walnut Da Lyrical Geni
is a comedian, community organizer, singer/songwriter, music engineer, producer, actor, playwright, author, promoter and creative expressions workshop presenter. Shameless plug; Walnut is also known for his infamous homemade eggplant parm dish.