HA HA HARVEST COMEDY
This Turkey Day, I return to my comedy home of Portland, OR to perform at the Ha Ha Harvest comedy festival! It’s three days of shows, short films, and laughs! Here’s a sampling of the shows on which I am scheduled to appear! Passes for all three days are available here.
Opening the festival in the Show Bar in Revolutionary Hall is this “OOPS, ALL HEADLINERS” lineup, with my hilarious friends Lizzy Cooperman, Ron Lynch, Mav Viola, Janae Burris, and Adam Cayton-Holland. This show is like a taste-test for what’s coming the rest of the weekend. Tickets for this show here!
This show features a band and audience sing-along and play-along, I’m bringing my guitar and I’m ready to rock! Grab an instrument and let’s make noise! This is an early show, and again, a nice warm-up to other shows over the weekend! Tickets here!
Chaos reigns supreme on Ron Lynch’s CRAPSHOOT, where random selection determines what happens all night! This show usually happens at midnight, so Portland is really lucking out with this show! Tickets here!
This is a loverly little closing show. The very funny and very lovely Riley McCarthy hosts hilarious friends Stephen Agyei, Mav Viola, and Geoff Tate! Tickets here!
I may be stuck onto another odd little show here or there, but rest assured I’ll be on these and I’d love to see you!
The HAHA HARVEST kicks off on Black Friday with a jam-packed showcase featuring me, Ron Lynch, Lizzy Cooperman, Mav Viola, Adam Cayton-Holland, and Janae Burris at the Revolution Hall!
This is going to be a HEAVY show, with some of my favorite comics from across the country. I’m super honored to be asked to join the HAHA HARVEST and the COMEDY CORNUCOPIA show! Tickets for this show are HERE!
Portland, I’m beyond stoked to return and do shows over Thanksgiving weekend 2024 at the HaHa Harvest, now in its 5th year- I’ll be performing with some of my funniest friends and new comics from the PNW!
In addition to the main stage shows, the festival also has a number of other events, including a comedy competition, a brunch show, a late-night comedy show, a comedy singalong, and a free outdoor comedy show.
The Haha Harvest Comedy Festival is a great way to see some of the best comedians in the world. It’s also a great way to spend Thanksgiving weekend in Portland.
Comics, if you want to be a part of it, submissions are still open until Sept 21- check it out here!
L.A. WOMAN is back with a brand new show, A LOVE LETTER TO THE 90’s. Join us as we celebrate the decade that gave us everything we love: Spice Girls, Clueless, and Britney Spears.
This is a night of music, comedy, dance, and performance art, all brought to you by L.A.’s finest femme performers.
So put on your butterfly clips, blast your Backstreet Boys CD, and get ready to relive the 90’s at L.A. WOMAN!
I’m doing a special extended interpretation of one of my favorite songs- did you know I play guitar? I sort of do! This will be a special perfomance exclusive to this show. This thing sells out- buy your tickets now!
If you know me, hit me up for a special friends discount! Tickets HERE!
It’s a very good night with some REALLY funny comics. I’m headlining, because everyone else wants to leave early. That’s OK. My friends Valerie Tosi and Jeff May will be there, Canadian sweetheart Debra Digiovanni, the amazing Subhah Agarwahl, and the lovely and hilarious Fizaa Dosani. What would you pay for a show like this, with headliner Virginia Jones? A million Ape Coin? Well, would you believe this show is FREE at Harlowe? My God, what a beautiful world it is!
FROM JOSEPH SMITH TO ROBERT SMITH: Virginia Jones Talks Comedy, Mormonism, and Feminism on Open Graves
On the latest episode of Heather Noel and Vesta Vaingloria’s podcast, Open Graves, known goth Virginia Jones opens up about her life as a comedian, Mormon, and feminist.
Jones discusses about how her Mormon upbringing influenced her comedy. “I grew up in France, so Mormonism made me feel like an outcast on top of being an outcast-I moved to the States from France as a cult member who also talked funny.”
“I’m a feminist because I believe in equality for all people,” Jones said. “Although, as Animal Farm points out, some people are more equal than others.”
Jones is a talented comedian and a role model for young Goth women everywhere. Her appearance on Open Graves was a fun, but extremely dark and gothic, visit.
If you haven’t listened to Open Graves yet, I highly recommend it. It’s a great podcast with engaging hosts. You can find it on most major podcast platforms!