Who doesn't love a good comedy show? Better yet a FREE comedy show! Don't miss this one of a kind comedy show at the Rochester Women's Fall Expo presented by Goonie's Comedy Club. The show will start at 11:00am and will feature two hilarious female comedians. Goonie's Comedy Club offers a FREE Open Mic Night every Thursday and live comedians every Friday and Saturday night.

Comedians

Goonie's Comedy Club

Jenn Schall
Bio: Jenn’s jokes and stories are hilariously derived from her “Oh My God, I can’t believe that happened to you” real life experiences and have been described as “genuine, honest, and tell it like it is”. She’s a 30-something single gal with an East Coast personality in the land of Minnesota Nice, where she is still recovering from her mother making her take her high school senior pictures with her cat. Most recently, Jenn performed in the inaugural 2013 Limestone Comedy Festival, opening for her comedy idol, Maria Bamford and Jon Roy. Additionally in 2013,  Jenn was named the third Funniest Person with a Day Job in the Twin Cities, and performed in the Boston Women In Comedy Festival. She was also a semi-finalist in the 2012 Rooftop Comedy National College Competition.

 

Goonie's Comedy Club

Maggie Faris
Bio:  Maggie Faris is noted for her ceaselessly cheerful personality and seemingly endless series of quirky, intelligent jokes dissecting our fears and social barriers. With lighthearted material that forces the audience to laugh at their insecurities and prejudices, Maggie Faris is a favorite for a diverse audience of fans – showing that we are all equally goofy human beings.
Maggie is the winner of several comedy competitions including the Gender Showdown – the first woman to win the title featuring an impressive list of past competitors including Louie Anderson and Roseanne Barr. Another competition win made Maggie the Public Address Announcer for the St. Paul Saints professional baseball team, which led to an appearance on ESPN™s Cold Pizza for her unique style and memorable announcements. She appeared two years in a row on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, and won both the Silver Nail award and Funniest Clip of the Year at the Aspen Comedy Festival. Curve magazine named Maggie Faris one of the Funniest Lesbians in America. She recently won The Advocate Magazine’s national search for the next funniest queer comedian.