Lorelei Ramirez ALIVE: For Now

Lorelei Ramirez ALIVE: For Now

Take note: this may be the last time we will all be assembled in this room—some of us might die someday. Lorelei Ramirez's playful morbidity seeps through in this multi-media comedy special, which invites us all to be unsettled together in this unsettling moment. Crafting at the intersection of art and comedy, Lorelei perverts the familiar and profanes the sacred—all in pursuit of one last laugh.

Lorelei Ramirez

Lorelei is an artist, comedian, and writer based in Brooklyn. They have written, produced, and directed a comedy special called PERVERT EVERYTHING for Adult Swim. They can be seen on the HBO comedy series RANDOM ACTS OF FLYNESS as well as the final season of Comedy Central’s BROAD CITY. Out next, Lorelei is recurring on HBO’s new half-hour comedy LOS ESPOOKYS’ opposite Fred Armisen, and heavily appears in John Cameron Mitchell’s upcoming musical anthology podcast ANTHEM, opposite Glenn Close. Last year, they were named one of Comedy Central’s Up Next Comedians, featured at San Francisco’s Cluster Fest comedy festival. And most recently, they were invited to perform at the Public Theater as a part of 2019’s Under The Radar Festival. They are a regular correspondent on VICELAND. They’ve performed at Caroline's, UCB, Ars Nova, THE SPECIAL WITHOUT BRETT DAVIS, THE CHRIS GETHARD SHOW, The Brooklyn Comedy Festival and has exhibited their work at Family Business Gallery, The Living Gallery, Cloud City and The Experiment Comedy Gallery. They grew up in Miami, Florida and graduated from SVA.

Anna Seregina

Anna Seregina is a comedian and actor, described by one reviewer as “incredible, Buster Keaton-esque” and “surreally repetitive but ... deeply funny.” A personally-targeted Yelp review depicted her as a person with a “funky vibe.” She has appeared on television (Comedy Central, Viceland), comedy festivals (SXSW, SF Sketchfest), music festivals (All Tomorrow’s Parties), podcasts (Sandra, Risk!), storytelling events (the Moth), and done weird things publicly (SF MoMA, Artists’ Television Access, Public Access TV). She starred in the short film “Stepsister,” which screened at Cannes, San Francisco International, and Traverse City film festivals. Most facts about her are true. Most truths about her are facts.

Golden Hours Live Comedy Series

Golden Hours is a live performance series highlighting long-form, scripted and experimental comedy. June 17 - 23 at Union Hall and The Bell House. Full line up available at goldenhourscomedy.com

$8 advance / $10 day of show


**PLEASE NOTE: This event will be mixed seated/standing. Arrive early for best seat selection.

*Individual performer appearances subject to change without notice.

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