Adrienne lapalucci appearance on NBC’s Last Comic Standing to The Late Show with David Letterman, Adrienne Iapalucci has proven that more than her last name is funny and worthy of a second look.
A native of New York (growing up in the Bronx), fans of comedy in NYC may recognize her from the New York Comedy Festival, where she performed for more than 1400 fans of laughter and political incorrectness.
Adrienne’s brand of comedy is one that makes you think, almost like a female George Carlin. She’s made a few headlines and definitely has the attention of the New York media; featured in the Daily News and the New York Times.
More specific to the world of comedy, you’ll find Adrienne mentioned in Stage Time Magazine. If you’ve never used the internet before and classify yourself as a competitive reader, you would have also seen her write-up in Reader’s Digest.
In Bonnie McFarlane’s mockumentary Women Aren’t Funny, Adrienne Ialalucci was included along with some of comedy’s greatest female comics.
Adrienne’s star is certainly shining bright both in her hometown of New York City and abroad. Her international debut in Just for Laughs Montreal, one of the preeminent comedy festivals in Canada, was a rousing success.
Like most comics who call New York City home, Adrienne Iapalucci performs regularly at some of the hottest NYC comedy clubs. You’ll find her leaving a mark on audiences at Comic Strip Live, The Stand NYC, New York Comedy Club and a variety of community events around the city.
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