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Get ready for a wild and hilarious ‘girls night out’ when The Every Woman Comedy Tour pulls into town! Featuring some of the brightest and funniest young comics around, it’s a night of rip roaring laughter. The cast: Aida Rodriguez, April Macie (Easton's own!), and Chaunte Wayans. The credentials of these very funny people include Comedy Central, Last Comic Standing, The Howard Stern Show, and national tours with such stars as Russell Peters and Katt Wiliams.
APRIL MACIE travels the world collecting stories and experiences, which she then translates into humorous, relatable tales in front of audiences worldwide.
April was a finalist on NBC’s "Last Comic Standing" in 2006, has appeared on E! Entertainment, Sirius and XM Radio, "Access Hollywood"," Talk Soup," and HLN. April is a regular guest on the Howard Stern show, where in 2008 she was voted the “Funniest and Hottest” comedian in America. She is also a regular guest on the Bob and Tom radio show and has toured with the Bob & Tom All-Stars. April has appeared on Showtime in the documentary, “I Am Comic,” “Vegas Is My Oyster”, “Snoop Dogg’s: Bad Girls of Comedy,” and recently was the host of the AVN Awards which will air on Showtime. April has also appeared on "Dave Attell's Comedy Underground" on Comedy Central and "Jenny McCarthy's Dirty Sexy Funny" on A&E. Currently, April spends most of her time traveling the United States and internationally as a headlining stand-up comedian, as well as preparing for her upcoming comedy album release, slated for September 2017.
AIDA RODRIGUEZ's “edgy, raw and in your face” style of comedy has set her apart in a world that celebrates funny over double standards. Catching the eye of some of the most recognizable names in Comedy, she is creating a lane of her own. Roseanne Barr doesn’t understand why Aida doesn’t have her own show yet and Keenan Ivory Wayans told the world that she is “like a dose of truth serum”; she is stealing the nation.
As a single mom of two, Aida has honed and nurtured her craft all while juggling the daily grind and stresses of family and career. While providing endless material, family remains the heart of the Aida Rodriguez experience.
She has also hosted and/or been featured on numerous television and radio broadcast programs including but not limited to, Comedy Central’s The Nightly Show, 2 time host of the PBS’s Annual Imagen Awards, Fox’s Laughs, the Daytime Television show Hot Topics with Judge Joe Brown, Nickelodeon’s Mom’s Night Out , Parental Discretion, as well as NuVo TV’s Stand Up and Deliver and serves as one of the unique voices on the network’s talking heads style show Latino 101 alongside Edward James Olmos.
Following in her family's legendary footsteps, CHAUNTE WAYANS has proven that funny is in her genes. As humbled as she is to be a part of the family legacy, she proudly represents this new generation of Wayans' making it's mark in Hollywood.
Born in New York City and raised in New Jersey, Chaunté Wayans is more than her famous last name. “I've lived between two different worlds my entire life. I grew up with the famous last name, minus the lavish lifestyle.” Chaunté blows away audiences with a unique ability to invite them into her unconventional life while being very relatable. Her comedy often revolves around her experiences as a lesbian and how it’s helped her see both sides of a relationship, whether masculine or feminine. “My life is an open book.” says Chaunté, “From growing up, trying to keep up with the famous last name and lifestyle, coming out of the closet, to battling and surviving the addiction to alcohol and drugs.”
Since pursuing a career in stand up comedy Chaunté has toured nationally with Russell Peters, Katt Williams, David Alan Grier, and her uncles Marlon, Shawn, and Damon Wayans and has fulfilled a dream to perform at New York's famous Madison Square Garden numerous times.
Chaunté is a featured cast member on MTV’s hit show Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out and was also featured on TLC’s Trading Spaces. Most recently, Chaunté has appeared on Bounce TV’s Off the Chain and NickToon’s animated series ThugaBoo. She can be also seen on Katt Williams’ special Kattpacalypse, films Hollywood Misconceptions and Dance Flick.
When she is not touring or filming, Chaunté likes to spend time volunteering by feeding the homeless, performing stand up at women's shelters, and giving speeches on bullying at high schools.
This show will contain adult language and/or situations. Anyone coming in between the ages of 13 and 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. No child 12 or under will be admitted.