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Off Script (Out of Bounds Comedy Festival Edition)

A stand-up show where the audience is encouraged to heckle the performers. Seriously. Please heckle. Hosted by Arielle Isaac Norman. 

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  • Roxxy Haze— Stand-Up

    Stafford, TX

    Comedian and storyteller Roxxy Haze can only be described as what happens when you blend pseudo intellectualism with a raunchy Walt Disney fantasy. Haze has been performing for 5 years and has developed her own style through brash and energetic style of geeky observational comedy.

  • Marcus Givan— Stand-Up

    Putnam Valley, NY

    Marcus Givan is a stand-up comedian born and raised in New York who started into comedy after working security at a comedy club in San Diego, California. His act relies heavily on observational comedy and story-telling, and though only a few years in, he’s been fortunate to have featured on several festivals across the country

  • Gara Lonning— Stand-Up

    New York City, NY

    Gara Lonning is the new voice that's here to show you that maybe not all millennials are COMPLETELY out of touch with reality. Join her and her unpredictable comedy as she weaves you in and out of wacky stories ranging anywhere from her closeted, midwestern adolescence to the struggle of constantly getting called "little buddy" by random people on the street. As we millennials say, "It's gonna be lit!"

  • Gabe Stoddard— Stand-Up

    Brooklyn, NY

    Gabe Stoddard is a Brazilian-American stand up comedian from Boston, MA now residing in New York City. With a casual stage presence and fresh perspective, Gabe is quick to charm audiences with a mixture of acerbic wit and increasingly foolish ideas about his family, lovers, and many enemies. You can catch him at bars, clubs, and colleges throughout New York and New England.

  • Austin Smartt— Stand-Up

    Austin, TX

    Bringing a devilish confidence to the stage, Austin Smartt is a native Texan and trans woman whose incisive comedy tinkers with subjects on the border of right and wrong. Austin uses her small town charm to guide the audience into a liminal space where they feel comfortable to temporarily tip-toe over the blurred lines of what is and isn't acceptable to laugh at.