Ladies of Laughter, the popular showcase of female standup comedians, will have their first performance of the 2017-2018 season at the Schorr Family Firehouse Stage in Johnson City, Saturday, October 21 at 7pm. The performance will feature three comedians: Teri Granahan, Meghan Hanley, and Mary Radzinski.
Tickets are $15, and can be purchased online at goodwilltheatre.net or by calling the Box Office at (607) 772-2404, ext. 301. Ladies of Laughter is sponsored by the Oakdale Mall, and underwritten by the Schorr Family; and may not be appropriate for anyone under 18 years old.
“Ladies of Laughter, or LOL as we like to call it, is one of our most in-demand series,” said Naima Kradjian, Goodwill Theatre CEO. “Last season, we sold out three of the four LOL events, so get your tickets before they’re gone!”
Meghan Hanley is a national touring stand-up comic, writer and baseball blogger. She has appeared on AXSTV’s “Gotham Comedy Live,” DreamsTV, as well as Fox’s “Laughs,” and “Red Eye.” Hanley, known for her quick wit and upbeat persona, has been featured in several festivals, including Boston, Austin’s Out of Bounds, Atlanta’s Laughing Skull and The Women in Comedy Festival. As a writer she has contributed to WABC’s “Curtis and Kuby Show,” “Sports Rants,” and this year co-wrote and co-hosted the program for Fordham University’s Inaugural Athletics Gala. Additionally, Meghan can be seen in the web series “Seeking Sublet,” on Funny or Die, and is the creator and host of the popular web series “Sports Tabata.”
Teri Granahan competed at the Ladies of Laughter competition at Gotham Comedy Club in 2016. She wowed the judges and has since been heard on Sirius XM and is currently touring with Boston’s legendary comic, Lenny Clark. She appeared on MTV’s “Apartment 2 F with the Sklar Brothers” and opened for Dave Russo on his national college tour. She won the “Best New Talent” award from NY Comedy Club in 2003.
Mary Radzinski, a Philadelphia-based comic, is a regular feature at Helium, Goodnights, Cap City, and Punch Line comedy clubs. She has been fortunate to open for comedians such as Dave Attell, Jim Norton, and Sarah Colonna, along with many other national acts. She opened for Jim Norton’s “Contextually Inadequate” comedy special taping at the Somerville Theater, as well as Rosie O’Donnell’s most recent HBO special. Mary can also be seen on TruTV’s new series, “Greatest Ever”.