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    Femme de la Femme

    The most notorious women on the Lower East Side are gathering for a night of serious funny at Femme de la Femme, presented by Collective:Unconscious. Not just another novelty "hey-we're-chicks" show, Femme de la Femme is a summit of some of the smartest, most creative, prolific, dynamic and recognized women performing in and around New York City today. Check out these guests: Ophira Eisenberg — she's been at the Toronto Comedy Festival, she's been on "Queer as Folk," she writes for girlcomic.net. She's a breakout talent who's smart and diverse. Rev. Jen Miller — 7-year host of the Anti-Slam at Collective:Unconscious, writer/creator of the film "Lord of the Cockrings," editor-in-chief of ASS magazine, author of numerous coloring books, travel guides, and puppet operettas. Too talented to describe — must be experienced. Shauna Lane — host of her own funny-women show at Carolines comedy club, as well as the monthly revue, "Rock Ecstasy" at Surf Reality. She plays all the clubs as well as the top of the alt-comedy circuit, and she's universally adored. Anne Carr — An intense actress, as well as a hilarious, demented, and brilliantly inventive monologist, with characters that make you think of Lily Tomlin, Gilda Radner, and Whoopi Goldberg's best work. Sarah Fisch — gut-busting stand-up and storytelling, with tons of literary cachet (McSweeney's, Lit! reading series at Bowery Poetry Club). A hit at the alt-comedy rooms as well as the posh readings. The O'Debra Twins — the fiercest, wickedest, most dynamic duo to bust out from the Lower East Side in years. Authors of the upcoming plays "Lizzie the Lezzie" and "Murder My Bitch," these hot prodigies take sketch comedy to a daring new level. Karen Sneider — as seen at the top alt-comedy rooms! A writer for Jest magazine, Karen's comedic voice is quirky and true. And her speaking voice is so funny that she's been doing voice-overs for cartoons (PB & J Otter/Nickelodeon). HOST Margaret Dodge is a comic (Carolines, Ha! Comedy festival), a playwright (with too many productions to list) and a writer (same). Her outrageous, take-no-prisoners stand-up is viciously smart and funny. HOST Janice "Girlbomb" Erlbaum is a columnist for BUST magazine and a stand- up comic. She's been performing for ten years in various faddish media including slam poetry, cyber hostessing, and now alternative comedy. She runs an extensive website at www.girlbomb.com.

    Dates:  March 8, 2003
    Schedule:  Sat. 8 p.m.
    Venue:  Collective: Unconscious (closed), 145 Ludlow St.
    Price:  $7
    Tickets/info:  (212) 254-5277


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