Esther Ku is a Korean-American stand-up comedian born and raised in Chicago. She honed her act at many of New York City’s comedy clubs such as Caroline’s, Stand-Up NY, and Broadway.
Ku made her television debut as a contestant on NBC’s Last Comic Standing Season Six, advancing to the semi-finals in Vegas, then becoming one of the top ten finalists in Hollywood. She made her radio debut on the Howard Stern Show as a finalist on The Hottest Funniest Chick Contest. She was a regular cast member on MTV’s Girl Code for three seasons when college kids still had cable. She learned how to temporarily rap for her guest appearances on MTV2’s Wild’n Out with Nick Cannon. Ku played a receptionist in The Jack and Triumph Show sitcom alongside Jack MacBrayer, June Squibb, and Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, aka Robert Smigel on Adult Swim. She’s recorded several voices for Family Guy on Fox. She’s made cameos on The Jim Gaffigan Show, @Midnight, Boy Band, and The Fiddling Horse.
With Special Guest: Jessica Stern
Jessica Stern is a stand-up comedian and host. Born and raised in Long Island, New York, and known for her bubbly energy the young talent made her comedy debut in 2010 at Comix and since then has performed at Gotham, Foxwoods, The Stand, Broadway Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, Laurie Beechman Theatre, the Brokerage, McGuires, and many more. Jessica Stern has opened for Luenell, performed in Connecticut, Boston, Philadelphia, Florida, and all over New York. By day Jessica is a radio show host, TV personality for QPTV, and has been featured in comedy episodes for MTV, WRCN 103.9 FM radio, KTU 103.5FM, the Wendy Williams Show, a Jim Jones music video, and the Discovery Channel.
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Showtime at 8:00 PM. Doors at 7:00 PM.
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We ask that you please keep all conversations to a minimum during the show. It's a small room, and even whispering can be heard by the performers and people around you. If this seems like a no-brainer, it's because you are sober. After a drink or two, it sometimes seems less obvious!