The Disabled List Presents: Live Comedy (Apr. 2022) [In-Person Only]
$13 General Admission
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** The Disabled List presents live standup on last Fridays, every other month in 2022 at NWFF! **
Kayla Brown and Dan Hurwitz, fresh off eleven straight rejections at both national and international film festivals for their debut short, the award-eligible This Is Spinal Injury, will return to their roots–stand-up comedy. This live comedy show will feature Brown, Hurwitz, and an ever-changing cast of fellow local comedians!
Apr. 2022 Lineup
Michael Bellevue is an avid sailor, reader and writer of Russian, standup producer, avid volunteer who’s produced several fundraisers for nonprofits, comedian, chess player since age 5, linguistics fan, and, self-evidently, Black. He volunteered at a food bank for 15 months during the pandemic.
Kayla Brown is an activist, PhD student, and co-producer of The Disabled List. This Is Spinal Injury is her first film.
Courtney is a Seattle activist, student, and humor addict with no recovery in sight. And with only one working eye…she has limited sight in general. Life with a little bit of vision is a lot funny and Courtney is here to tell you all about it.
Howie Echo-Hawk is a Queer, nonbinary “comedian” and all around Native person.
Gretta Gimp has the disability Cerebral Palsy. She has been doing “stand up“ since 2016. Her humor is self-deprecating and cathartic. She finds humor to be the best way to educate people about disability topics and believes that having a disability is just an ordinary fact of life—not anything extraordinary or inspirational.
Cheri Hardman captivates audiences with hilarious tales about being a plus size, menopausal babe. She won Tacoma Comedy Club’s “The Comedy Voice,” was a finalist in Nate Jackson’s Super Funny Comedy Club’s “Funniest MF Out Here” and performed in Seattle International Comedy Competition. Her bawdy, sassy style makes her the perfect host for “Heavy Petting with Cheri Hardman.”
Dan Hurwitz is a comedian, writer, and filmmaker. In 2019 he was a semifinalist in the Standup NBC national comedy competition. This Is Spinal Injury is his first film.
Huge lesbian, full-time wheelchair user popping anti-depressants, former inspiration porn star, and professionally disabled.