City Steam And The Brew HaHa Present: Leighann Lord- Host of Star Talk with Neil Degrasse Tyson

Fri, Apr 13, 2018
Sat, Apr 14, 2018

City Steam And The Brew HaHa Present: Leighann Lord- Host of Star Talk with Neil Degrasse Tyson

with Jordan Lauterbach and Jeremy Goff

Leighann Lord's stand-up comedy show is smart, upscale, and engaging with topics including current events, politics, family, marriage and more. Audiences Say:
“She is funny and sophisticated.”
“One who teaches while making jokes.”

“A wonderful combination of beauty, class, grace and goofiness.”
She is so sly and funny. Sharp as a laser and quick to a punch. Every joke is handmade with her own brilliance and slant on life.

Smart, sexy, savvy, and funny, Leighann Lord’s “heads up humor” is stand-up comedy at it’s finest. Inspired by the brilliance of George Carlin, the smooth jazz style of Franklyn Ajaye, and the elegance of Rita Rudner, Leighann has crafted her own unique brand of Thinking Cap Comedy. It’s no wonder she received the NYC Black Comedy Award for “The Most Thought Provoking Black Female Comic.” And for two consecutive years, Leighann was Harlem Week’s official comedian. (The only other comedian in Harlem Week’s history to earn that distinction was Richard Pryor.)

Jordan Lauterbach

Jordan Lauterbach is a hilarious new stand up comedian based on Long Island, but who will also be traveling to far away places, such as New York City, to perform on more than a few occasions in the near future.

Jeremy Goff

On March 12, 2015 I made my onstage comedy debut at Cabot Pub II in Chicopee, MA. It was both terrifying and electrifying, for me anyway. I can't speak for those that were in attendance. From there on I knew there was no going back. Since then I have performed at the Hu Ke Lau, the Brew Haha Comedy Club, Foxwoods, the Hartford Funnybone and have become a regular at Mohegan Sun. I am also the House Emcee at Cabot Comedy Club in Chicopee. I have performed alongside some great comedians such as Paul Virzi, Ray Harrington, John Moses, Jesse Joyce, Kurt Metzger and Mitch Fatel. As the Grateful Dead once said, "what a long strange trip it's been". Except the trip hasn't been all that long and it's been more amazing than strange. Not sure where I was going with that. Anyway, thanks for stopping by. Please remember to turn off the lights when you leave.