Baltimore Improv Group’s LGBTQIA+ members come together to open the festival as a prelude to PRIDE. HAPPY PRIDE <3!
XFest, a comedy festival for gender minorities, kicks off the weekend with Baltimore and DC stand-up and improv laughs. The 7pm slot features Charm City Comedy Project’s Ladies All-Stars and local indie troupes Charming Possibilities and Fallopian Tudes. Don’t miss out on an evening of raucous laughs!
XFest, a comedy festival for gender minorities, kicks off the weekend with Baltimore and DC stand-up and improv laughs. The 8pm slot features host Kiki Anderson and stand-ups Christine Ferrara, Nicki Fuchs, Stacey Axler, and IO Duarte.
XFest, a comedy festival for gender minorites, kicks off the weekend with Baltimore and DC stand-up and improv laughs. Check out DC’s The Quitters, solo improv from Communikate: Art Alive and local Baltimore indie teams IUDivas, Robo Twinz, and Synched!
Get into your end-of-the-week laughing groove with a set hosted by Baltimore Improv Group’s own Hannah Jackson. Featuring stand-up acts Blair Baker, Mary Jane French, Tiffany Cain, and Natalie McGill
Mary Jane French
Lovable duo BABS open an evening of improv followed by the ladies of Baltimore Improv Group’s house team Hostel, appropriately named Bosstel. The show also features improv trip from New York City the Gin Girls!
Get individual perspectives from this hilarious stand-up line-up that will make you laugh from your diaphragm. XFest features voices from gender minorities in comedy, and this set features stand-up from the Pacific Northwest and the Baltimore/DC area.
The show opens with local favorites OLGA, Baltimore-based indie comedy duo comprised of Jen Diamond and Pam Hugi. Then pull your jeans up—way up—and get ready to see some mom-inspired improv from Mom Jeans (aka, the women of BIG house team Plan B). BIG luminaries, The Women of GUS, close the show with high-energy, fact-paced improv comedy.
The Women of Gus
The women of Surprise Party kick off the final evening of XFEST with special guest Keisha Zollar. Philadelphia’s own Clamor of Harpies and New York’s Future Wives round out this all-star cast of troupes.
Chelsea Shorte headlines this fantastic night of comedy featuring host Steph Joyal, local favorite T-Mooney, and Connecticut’s Laura Manaswewich.
Headliners The Cast perform a full play in an imaginary backstage of a theater! Washington DC duo Dream Spooners opens.