Smokin' Comedy Wednesday with Kwame Siegel, Jade Catta Preta and more

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Smokin' Comedy Wednesday with Kwame Siegel, Jade Catta Preta and more
Wednesday, October 24, 2018 8:00 PM
The Ice House, Pasadena, CA
  • 21 & over
  • Two drink minimum
 
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Show Details
  • Ticket Price: $15.00 - $24.50
  • Door Time: 7:00 PM
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Showroom: Main Room
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
    Two drink minimum
With IBO BREWER, KWAME SIEGEL, JADE CATTA PRETA, TIFF STEVENSON and JAMIE KILSTEIN
Kwame Siegel:

Kwame Siegel is a young comedian from Baltimore who grew up admiring such comedic greats as Eddie Murphy and Chris Rock. At the age of seventeen Kwame moved to the Big Apple (New York) to pursue his showbiz career. It was there after performing at the prestigious Apollo theater in Harlem Kwame would make a name for himself. After a short stint opening up for the Dave Chapplelle show studio audience. Kwame was discovered by superstar Eddie Griffin, who brought Kwame on the tour with him as his opening feature act. Kwame was also the recipient of the coveted Harlem Festival's Best Comedy award, for writing and starring in his own Mtv pilot "The World of Kwame". Kwame’s style of comedy is known to reflect relevant topics delivered with a hip Baltimore swagger.

Jade Catta- Preta:

Jade Catta-Preta is a Brazilian born comic and actress working in Los
Angeles and New York. She has appeared on numerous series including
“Manhattan Love Story”, “The Jim Gaffigan Show” and “Angel from Hell”. She
is currently on MTV's ‘Girl Code” and their new show, ‘Lady Like”. She recently wrapped shooting “OverAnalyzers” for Comedy Central and Rooster Teeth's “Crunch Time”. Jade
often appears on Comedy Central’s “@Midnight” and can be seen regularly on
VH1. She performs all over the country and features for Bill Burr, Kevin
Nealon and Bobby Lee. She has been called "ethnically ambiguous" by many
and a "confident dancer" by a few.