Jenny Zigrino

Thu, Nov 30, 2023
Fri, Dec 1, 2023
Sat, Dec 2, 2023
Sun, Dec 3, 2023

Jenny Zigrino

with Clay Newman and Kelly Evans

With the sweetness of the midwest and the sharp edge of the east coast, Jenny Zigrino brings a powerful comedic performance to any stage. She combines hilarious anecdotes and sharp, witty observations with a cheeky style that challenges social norms and what it means to be human. Her brutal honesty and undeniable charm create a compelling comedic experience you won’t forget.

She made her late night debut on Conan with Conan O’Brien and performed a total of three guest appearances. She was a Just For Laugh’s New Faces in 2016 and since then has been featured on Comedy Central, MTV, TBS, and many others. She starred in films such as Bad Santa 2 along Billy Bob Thornton and in the horror comedy Too Late in 2021. She’s headlined festivals like Moon Tower, New York Comedy Festival, and High Plains Comedy Festival. She’s written and performed several comedy specials including Comedy Central Presents the Half Hours. Her latest appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden in 2023 was met with rave reviews. Her brand new hour, Jen-Z, is available now on Comedy Central’s Youtube.

Clay Newman

Clay is a nationally touring comedian, and has been seen recently working as a feature at Laughs Unlimited in Sacramento, the Tacoma and Spokane Comedy Clubs, Rooster T Feathers in Sunnyvale, Ca, Standup Honolulu, and Seattle Comedy Underground (RIP). You’ll also find him hosting at Punch Line and Cobbs in San Francisco, San Jose Improv, and Punch Line Sacramento, as well as showcases at Flappers in Burbank and Mad House in San Diego. He’s recently opened for Jenny Slate, Eric Andre, Darrell Hammond, Kelsey Cook, Shane Torres, Andrew Santino, Eddie Ifft, Ismo, Aida Rodriguez, Sam Tripoli, Andy Woodhull, and Sheng Wang.

As far as competitions and festivals go, Clay came in 1st place in San Diego, Las Vegas, and Sacramento (as well as 3rd in Phoenix) during the 2022 World Series of Comedy. He was a finalist in the 2019 San Francisco Comedy Competition, 2017 Rooster T Feathers Competition, and 2016 Ventura Harbor Competition, and he won the 2015 Comedy Oakland Tournament of Champions. SF Sketchfest featured Clay 5 consecutive years, and he has also been seen at the Big Pine, Ventura Harbor, and Santa Cruz Comedy Festivals.

Kelly Evans