When did you feel like you were a professional comedian?
Kabin Fever: A Free Comedy Show in NYC
Kabin Bar and Lounge
92 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003
Adam Foster, Justin Watts, Ajai Raj
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 from 8:30 PM to 11:30 PM (EDT) New York, NY
The Kabin Fever Comedy Show is one of the hottest, freshest standup comedy shows that New York City has to offer. Every month, producers Adam Foster, Ajai Raj, and Justin Watts bring a mix of hilarious up-and-comers and proven heavy hitters to the intimate back room of Kabin Bar and Lounge in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. This burgeoning comedy venue offers the feel of a comedy club, but with dive bar drink prices. Best of all, the show is completely free of charge, despite showcasing comics who routinely perform at The Stand NYC, The Comedy Cellar, the Laughing Devil Comedy Club, and other established comedy venues.
By Nicky Sunshine
I’ve known Jessica Kirson for a number of years. I’ve taken her classes and workshops and I’ve always had tremendous respect for her talent and generosity. She is a multifaceted and energetic performer with fantastic “act outs”, voices, characters, and facial expressions.
NS: How long have you been doing stand up?
JK: I’m in my fifteenth year.
NS: How did you get interested in comedy?
JK: My grandmother told me I should be a comedian. She said every time people were sitting around me they were laughing. I was always the class clown. I took a comedy class and fell in love with it and then I started doing open mics. I never thought I’d be performing for a living. I thought it would be more like a hobby.