Linette Palladino is a NYC-based comic, veteran, wife and mom. She has performed across the world from California to Hong Kong. She was recently a finalist on HBO Latino's national stand-up competition and has been featured in the NY Times.
- Friday August 27th 08:00PM
- Women of a Certain Age at The Celebrity Theater
- The Atlantic City Comedy Club and Claridge Hotel bring you an amazing show inside the legendary Celebrity Theater. As seen on Showtime, The Women of a Certain Age comes to live for an unforgettable special event.Funny Women of a Certain Age is a show straight from the unfettered mouths and uninhibited minds of the funniest, most daring, most experienced people in comedy: the women that have seen it all.They’ve raised children both on and off the road, having club bouncers watch their babies while onstage. These women have stayed in comedy condos where you don’t want to use a blacklight on anything. They’ve been told women aren’t funny and asked to trade sexual favors for work. Trust us, they have A LOT to say and they say it hysterically.Known as the comic's comic, Funny Women of a Certain Age creator Carole Montgomery has already brought to the stage some of the most respected names in comedy including Fran Drescher, Luenell, Janeane Garofalo, Caroline Rhea, Carol Leifer, Julia Scotti, Felicia Michaels, Cathy Ladman, Kira Soltanovich, Vanessa Hollingshead, Wendy Liebman, Tammy Pescatelli and Lynne Koplitz. Dozens of other comedians that have been headlining and selling out clubs and theaters all over the country for many years are part of the show’s roster of rotating comedians.NY POST "comedy often functions as comfort food, and it’s good fun to see this collective — who in side interviews decry the idea of female comics being competitive with one another — railing against it all."NY TIMES"Depending on your sense of humor, they will leave you cackling or mortified. Or both."AV/TV CLUB“Funny Women Of A Certain Age gives the floor to brilliant, deserving comics who are all too often cast aside by the entertainment industry.”UPROXX“Through their individual sets, they break down walls of sexism, including the notion that women simply aren’t funny, while earning rolling laughs along the way.”
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