The fierce, feisty and funny women of Sacramento are here! Don't miss your chance to catch this incredible show! A mix of stand-up and improv comedy.

A lineup of comedians you do not want to miss!
Funny Femmes take over the stage for a night of stories, jokes, and experiences every person can relate with! It’s a real show that connects with everyone.
It’s time to march yourself over for a night of fun at Blacktop Comedy with Funny Femmes.

Enjoy quality time with some of Sacramento's funniest femmes!
Funny Femmes features stand-up by Kelley Nicole, Amber Whitford, Sydney Roll and Becky Lynn with an unscripted improv performance by Ciara Cumiskey, Jess Deprez, and Sydney Roll.

Show Run 80-90 mins - no intermission

General Admission Tickets:
$12 Pre-Sale Online
$15 at the Door

Comedian and Host: Kelley Nicole
Formerly homeschool, ex-missionary public school teacher, dog owner and lover of burritos, puns, and sleep. After years of being a global vagabond (lived, worked, visited 24+ countries), I call Sacramento home because this is where my mortgage is. I'm always looking for patrons to pay said mortgage so I can continue travelling 🙂

Improviser: Shoana Hunt
Shoana was born at a remarkably early age. She was raised in the local community theaters by the many ghosts that reside in them. While currently studying at Sierra College, Shoana has plans to move to Chicago in the near future and to continue her theatre, improv, and comedy studies there.

Stand-Up Comedian & Improviser: Sydney Roll
Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Sydney was one day hoisted to Northern California on the back of a raincloud, during a particularly nasty storm. Most nights, Sydney can be found on any street corner screaming comedy at people. To file a complaint, please follow her on Instagram @sydney.roll

Improviser: Ciara Cumiskey
Student of comedy, art, and life, Ciara is proud to be Blacktop performer and organizer going on 2 years. She wears many hats, often with a feather, and speckled with paint. Ciara has recently delved into scripted acting and plans on tackling stand-up over the coming year.