Lisa Ann

Lisa Ann and Jay Nog Host Pain Or Paid at the New York Comedy Club. Lisa is scintillating dark-haired beauty whose loveliness is ageless, graced the porn scene between 1993 and 1994. Her exhibitionist talents first began on stage as an erotic dancer during her college years in 1990, when she later became a certified dental assistant. In 1997 she quit the porn business due to an AIDS scare. During her time away she returned to dancing in strip clubs around the United States. Later she returned to the industry as first an agent and then eventually as a performer again. It was during this time she founded Clear Talent Management, which later was renamed Lisa Ann’s Talent Management, based in California. She is perhaps best known as of 2008 and 2009 for her on-camera portrayal of right-wing politician Sarah Palin in the porn parody Who’s Nailin’ Paylin? (2008). Lisa’s over-a-decade career continues with great strength as her popularity grows. She is perhaps one of the most popular performers in the “MILF” and “Cougar” genres of the porn industry.

Tired of being tortured by bad comedy? Awful comedy should be punishable! In this unique comedy show, comedians perform and the audience decides if they should be PAID cash or administered PAIN by a Dominatrix. The show opens with our hosts, Jay Nog and Lisa Ann, who warm up the crowd by doing a Q & A, play interactive games with the audience, and give away some sex toys from Fleshlight and Adam and Eve. After they warm up the crowd Jay and Lisa bring on a special guest headlining comedian. Then introduces the house Dominatrix Jessica Sovereign. Then the competition begins: five stand-up comedians compete to either get “paid” cash for their performance or receive “pain” from the Dominatrix. If the audience votes for a comedian to receive “pain,” he or she must pick a card from the “Deck of Pain” and the dominatrix will administer whatever the card says: Paddling in Pink Panties, clothes-pin nipple clamp Christmas Tree, cat tail lashings, or one of many others (always with a hearty stock of hot wax on call). In case the comedian can dish it out but can’t take the pain, there is of course a safe-word, chosen beforehand by YOU, the audience.