(jennwelch)

Jenn Welch is a comedian based in Brooklyn, NY.

She’s the co-founder / producer of WHAT A JOKE: A National Comedy Fest – 89 shows in 34 cities over three days – which raised over $50k for the ACLU on Inauguration Day Weekend 2017 and was featured in The AV Club, Splitsider, The Village Voice, The Interrobang, and more.
She performs stand-up comedy across NYC, and runs two shows: GTFO at Henri’s Backyard in Park Slope, Brooklyn (weekly) and The Half-Hour Hour at The Creek and The Cave in Long Island City, Queens (monthly).
Jenn is also a veteran member of PIT improv house teams, including long-running teams Walter and Carpenters.
Before moving to New York in 2010, Jenn was a regular contributor to Top Story Weekly, a live current events sketch show at the iO West in Los Angeles, and she workshopped multiple half-hour pilots under the mentorship of TV veteran Phil Kellard.  And before moving to LA in 2003, she spent 17 years immersed in the cut-throat world of competitive tap dancing.
Her hour-long storytelling show “Jenn Welch is Crying! In Public!” sold out multiple dates at the PIT. Her second solo show “Jenn Welch is Dancing! Like Nobody’s Watching!” debuted to a packed house at SOLOCOM 2014, and her interactive solo show “Jenn Welch Thinks You’re a Damn Good Person” was a part of SOLOCOM 2016.
She was recently featured at the New York Comedy Fest, the Memphis Comedy Fest, and the She-Devil Comedy Fest.

Jenn Welch is a comedian based in Brooklyn, NY.

She’s the co-founder / producer of WHAT A JOKE: A National Comedy Fest – 89 shows in 34 cities over three days – which raised over $50k for the ACLU on Inauguration Day Weekend 2017 and was featured in The AV Club, Splitsider, The Village Voice, The Interrobang, and more.
She performs stand-up comedy across NYC, and runs two shows: GTFO at Henri’s Backyard in Park Slope, Brooklyn (weekly) and The Half-Hour Hour at The Creek and The Cave in Long Island City, Queens (monthly).
Jenn is also a veteran member of PIT improv house teams, including long-running teams Walter and Carpenters.
Before moving to New York in 2010, Jenn was a regular contributor to Top Story Weekly, a live current events sketch show at the iO West in Los Angeles, and she workshopped multiple half-hour pilots under the mentorship of TV veteran Phil Kellard.  And before moving to LA in 2003, she spent 17 years immersed in the cut-throat world of competitive tap dancing.
Her hour-long storytelling show “Jenn Welch is Crying! In Public!” sold out multiple dates at the PIT. Her second solo show “Jenn Welch is Dancing! Like Nobody’s Watching!” debuted to a packed house at SOLOCOM 2014, and her interactive solo show “Jenn Welch Thinks You’re a Damn Good Person” was a part of SOLOCOM 2016.
She was recently featured at the New York Comedy Fest, the Memphis Comedy Fest, and the She-Devil Comedy Fest.

(upcoming shows)

Thursday, August 3, 2017
  • The Half-Hour Hour
    Starts: 8:00 pm

    Location: Creek and the Cave, 10-93 Jackson Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101, United States

(recent posts)

The Draft!

Friday, July 3rd, 7:30pm at Treehouse154! I’m so excited for this show because it’s always fun to share the stage with students.  Decisions tend to be a bit more wackadoo and therefore scenes go to crazy places.  Also, my beloved Carpenter Jay Malsky is on... read more

Awooga!

Performing tonight, June 24th, at the Awooga Comedy Hour at the PIT!  Super excited about this one – it’s comedy darling Tovah Silbermann’s birthday show!  If you don’t know Tovah, you should.  Seriously.  You... read more

BOOKING CONTACT:

JENN@JENNWELCH.COM

929.255.4288

@JENNWELCHNOW


(twitter)

Saturday, July 22nd, 2017 at 12:52pm
RT @SaysHummingbird: Let's try an experiment.

Everyone that despises @realDonaldTrump with every fiber of their being, please RETWEET this…
Friday, July 21st, 2017 at 4:15pm
Everybody tells you growing up that "no means no" but it took me until my thirties to realize I'm allowed to say no.
Friday, July 21st, 2017 at 11:24am
...and when she stood up from her 30-second plank, @KeshaRose's new song continued to play, but the patriarchy? The patriarchy was gone.

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