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Sat, Mar 05


4201 Skyline Ave, El Paso, TX 79904, USA

El Paso Tx - Month of The Ladies Comedy Show

All Female Comedy Line Up with Female Dj Celebrating Women's Appreciation Month

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El Paso Tx - Month of The Ladies Comedy Show
El Paso Tx - Month of The Ladies Comedy Show

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Mar 05, 2022, 8:00 PM

4201 Skyline Ave, El Paso, TX 79904, USA


About The Event

Kelly Kellz Bio

Comedian Kelly Kellz” born Kelly Stinnett. Born and raised in Milwaukee, WI. She then furthered her education at a Historically Black College Central State University in Xenia Ohio. Member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., and Beta Psi National Business Sorority.

HBO’s All Def Comedy Comedian, Mrs. Kelly “Kelly Kellz” Davis (B.S.) has been living her dream of “bringing laughter to the soul” since 2009 after moving her family to New York to pursue comedy full time. Aside from doing comedy shows and hosting events all over the nation, from Black College Homecomings to Broadway Stages, Kelly partnered with Milwaukee Health Services and the NFL Crucial Catch Initiative, to promote Breast Cancer Awareness and the importance of early screenings. She also joined the Greek Comedy Tour in 2016, touring the country with her peers/colleagues, encouraging members of Black Greek-letter organizations to challenge negative stigmas regarding Greek life, and promoting college graduating especially. She is also a part of the Girls Night Out For Laughs Tour, which is a variety show composed of comedy, poetry, and singing, hosted by Vivica Fox. In 2017, Kelly made her first television debut appearing on HBO’s All Def Comedy Jam. Most recently, Kelly performed at the Symphony Space Theater on Broadway, in New York. Her comedic abilities have also spilled over into the film industry. Disconnection, for instance, will be aired during the American Black Film Festival in 2019, and Role Play is currently on Amazon Prime. Kelly is known for offering comedic relief in response to both the profane and the sacred, complex, intersecting realities that define the lives of Black women and families. She destigmatizes Black women of, in her words, “blessed proportions,” who perform sex-positive identities; she affirms the strength of Black women and Black men, while also underscoring the importance of the Black American trope of “signifying,” which is historically integral to the Black expressive tradition; she even has a way of holding her audience transfixed and overcome with laughter when lamenting the challenges of juggling motherhood, marriage, and entrepreneurship. Kelly has been blessed to share the stage with legends such as Dick Gregory, Mike Epps, Rickey Smiley, Katt Williams, and a host of other legendary comedians. She is fearless on stage and has the natural talent of enlivening any atmosphere!

Keisha Hunts Bio 

Keisha Hunt says her stand-up comedy career began on a dare.

“Right after I graduated high school, I went to my friend’s comedy spot, and she called me on stage,” recalls Hunt, now 38. “I was nervous and didn’t know what to do, so I mimicked Cleo, the TV psychic. I got some laughs, so I decided to do it again.”

Hunt, an out lesbian from Houston, is now a celebrity in her own right. Her jokes have landed her spots on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Bill Bellamy’s Who’s Got Jokes? and Jamie Foxx Presents: America’s Funniest Comics. In 2013, she made her mark as the first female champion of Miller Lite’s annual “Stand Up. It’s Miller Time” competition that helped kick-start the careers of Bernie Mac, Cedric the Entertainer, and Sheryl Underwood.

After winning the Miller Lite competition, Hunt took home a grand prize of $10,000 and was featured in Complex magazine.

When Hunt isn’t competing or touring the country, she is a regular performer at two local comedy joints, the Houston Improv Comedy Club and The Secret Group. A self-described pint-sized tomboy, Hunt stands at four feet eleven inches tall. On stage, she often pokes fun at her height, androgyny, and experiences with dating women.

“Y’all looking at me like, ‘She said her name is Keisha, but that ain’t no damn Keisha. Who is that? Somebody let their son up there,’” Hunt said as she introduced herself at an all-women comedy showcase at the Joke Joint in March. “Ladies, even though I look like this, don’t ever confuse me with a man. I don’t take out the trash; that’s for dudes.”Hunt describes her humor as personal and family-oriented. Her mother, father, and 13-year-old son provide the inspiration for much of her material. By focusing on her inner circle, Hunt keeps controversial subjects, such as politics, out of her act.

“I try to stay away from politics because I just want to make people laugh,” Hunt says. “I touch on Trump every once in a while, but that’s just because I have to. Some people can find humor in politics, but other people, like me, get angry.”

Hunt also regularly “freestyles”—concocting humorous scenarios that audience members may have faced based on their appearance.

“I like to feed off of my environment,” Hunt says. “I can create a story based off of what I’m looking at. Some people think I’m weird, but if I write stuff down, it’s not always genuine. The person I choose to make jokes about usually enjoys it, but I try not to be too harsh on them.”

On September 3, Hunt celebrated her birthday by headlining Gay Shame Parade, The Secret Group’s bi-monthly stand-up show featuring “gays, probable gays, and people we wish were gay.” Hunt says the performance was one of her most memorable because the audience responded so well to her and other LGBTQ comics.

As a queer comedian, Hunt aims to be a voice for those who are not yet out.

“I’m an out-and-proud lesbian, and it’s so good to be free,” Hunt says. “Of course, we still have a lot to work on, but times are changing. Representation matters. If you can, come out of the closet, for goodness’ sake.”

Growing up, Hunt was a class clown. In high school, her theater teacher introduced her to the art of comedy by putting on a Saturday Night Live VHS tape.

After realizing that stand-up comedy might also pique her interest, Hunt went out and saw live performances by Martin Lawrence, Eddie Griffin, and Andrew Dice Clay.

“I got bit,” Hunt says. “After seeing all of those great comedians, I knew I wanted to do that, too.”

Hunt’s first-ever performance was attended by black comedy legend and well-known civil-rights activist Dick Gregory, who sat in the front row. When she asked Gregory for career advice, he simply told her to adjust her mic for future performances. Although she wishes she had gotten more out of him, Hunt says Gregory’s presence at the show inspired her to continue pursuing comedy.

Although she feels she hasn’t reached her full potential, Hunt says the most rewarding moment of her career was performing for U.S. service members based in Iraq in 2007. She says the best part about being a comedian is raising people’s spirits.

“I look at stand-up as a form of ministry,” Hunt says. “People have different ways of being reached, and comedy is one of those ways. Some people just need a laugh, and I can do that for them. That’s my favorite part.”

Jennifer Jermany Bio 

Comedian / Actress

Comedian Jennifer Jermany believes rules were made to broken.

Not what you’d expect from one of Houston’s finest teachers, however Jermany knows valuable lessons can come from taking big chances. Her fiery, fearless perspective comes alive on stage and consumes every audience that sees this dynamic humorist at work.

A sensational blend of street smarts and formal education, the Texas Southern University graduate expresses what many comics avoid observations that sharply echo what most people are thinking but Jermany has the nerve to convey. And that she does from the moment she walks on to the stage you realize nothing is off limits. Every movement is precisely timed every charged phrase is loaded with bone crushing hilarity and truth as intense as the brilliant comic who is the source. She taps a deep well of pain, loss, passion, and an uncontrollable urge to entertain and bring laughter. Jermany considers herself a cross between Bill Cosby and Richard Pryor with just the right amount of estrogen and consciousness to create the well rounded, uninhibited material she is known for.

Jermany has captivated audiences at renowned comedy clubs, including the world-famous Improv, Riddles, Laff Stop, Comedy Union, Just Joking, The J Spot, LOL Comedy and Broadway Comedy. The bold and energetic member of the highly acclaimed “Back Pew Comedy” Tour showcases her versatility as a disciplined comic with mass appeal by skillfully tailoring her work to be family friendly without stripping away her signature edge. Additionally, Jermany has toured with the M-A-P Comedy Tour, The Brassy Brods Show the sold-out Eddie B “Teacher’s Only” Comedy Tour. The native Houstonian is also well known for her role on TV show “As For Me and My House” and “Loot or Laugh”. Part of the Jermany’s brilliance is that she has the ability to share the s while always produces thoughtful and naturally methodical work. Jermany has worked with Michael Blackson, Tommy Davison, Sheryl Underwood, Joey “Co-Co” Diaz, Capone, Rob Stapleton, Cool Bubba Ice, DeRay Davis and Cocoa Brown just to name a few. She is excellent at taking on challenges with meticulousness and discernment all the while making her audience laugh.

Jermany is a staunch advocate for diversity in comedy,

always working to elevate the role and material of women in a male dominated industry. She’s a student of the art of comedy and of all the kids she loves to teach. As far as she is concerned, comedy and life are not mutually exclusive. She’s learned from both, practices both, and embodies both with each show thus exhibiting her comedic talent, acting, hosting, stand-up and writing.

Jennifer Jermany is a woman without limits and a comic without apologies.


Comedian Ashima “Skinny Fyne” Franklin was born and raised in Mobile, AL.

She moved to Atlanta in 2005 to pursue a lifelong dream of being in the

comedic entertainment industry.

She did that by getting a job in one of Atlanta’s most famous comedy spots

Uptown Comedy club as a waitress. She wanted to be in the best environment

and culture that would give her exposure on how comics operated.

In 2006, Ashima felt she was ready to take the stage after studying under

some of the countries funniest and most talented comedians.

It was clear from the start that her dynamic stage presence and girl next

door personality, mixed with a classic southern accent that Ashima would clearly put her stamp on the comedy world.

New to comedy, but not new to making people laugh Ashima has already successfully performed at some of the most

premiere comedy venues and recently shot an independent comedy with Comedian Pierre.

Ashima’s ability to draw an audience into her comedic perspective of real life events and leave them nearly in tears

laughing is the reason she has experienced such a welcoming embrace from comedy industry professionals who have

sought her out to roast and host.

She has just recently finished a tour opening up for the 5th time with Katt Williams on the “Conspiracy Theory” Tour.

She was also apart of 4 of his previous tours “Born Again”, “Priceless”, “Kattapocolypse” and “Growth Spurt” tours as

well. She is also polishing up on her writings skills as she is being sought after for material from some the industries

best comics in the game right now. This can also be called a Triple Threat possessing Comedy, Writing and Acting skills.

She is reaching for the stars and is not going to let any obstacles that this difficult industry can bring.

Ashima had a leading role in the movie “Slice” created by Comedian Pierre Edwards as recently appeared in his new

Webisode called “Dating Pierre”

Currently the talented and beautiful Ashima is starring in the reality show, “Ready to Love” on OWN TV Network, which

is airing in the second season.

Recently she has been in Los Angeles, CA. where she is currently working for the Mogul Russell Simmons daily at his

company All Def Digital. She is in the process of filming a new Webisode that is titled “Ashima Breaks into Hollywood”

After meeting her one time she captured Russell’s heart by making a joke about him in true Ashima Franklin fashion.

Ashima will continue to entertain and delight audiences with her unique style, dynamic stage presence and infectious

smile and charm. She is a definitely a household name that is next in line to be known by the world… Stay tuned


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