comedian + writer
Erin Judge began her stand-up career at the Comedy Studio in Massachusetts, and now she lives in New York and performs all over the world. Erin travels the country with the Pink Collar Comedy Tour, and she was a 2013 semi-finalist in NBC's Stand Up NBC talent search. She has appeared at the Women in Comedy Festival, at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, on Comedy Central, and in the pages of Time Out New York, the Boston Globe, and the New York Times.
And she is thrilled that you visited her website.
by Myq Kaplan
Erin Judge is a comedian, writer, and human being. She's smart and good and right about a lot of things, and funny about how she makes you know those things. Erin has appeared on Comedy Central, on the Pink Collar Comedy Tour, and as a headliner at the Women in Comedy Festival, as well as at the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival, the FringeNYC, and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival. (Erin is very festive.) Her first stand-up album, So Many Choices, was released by Rooftop Comedy in 2012, and 24/7 Comedy Radio liked it so much they featured her as Comedian of the Week.
Erin wrote for Wake Up, World! – Lizz Winstead's satirical off-Broadway show – and Erin's two-woman show (written and performed with Ailin Conant), premiered at the New York International Fringe Festival and received four stars from Time Out New York. Her writing has appeared on Salon and Thought Catalog, and she is currently seeking a publisher for her debut novel. You can read more about her in Time Out New York, the New York Times, and on her blog, So Make It Up. Or just keep reading this bio, and smile. The more people know about Erin, the better the world is. So good work. We're doing it!
Sunday, January 4th
The Comedy Studio
More details about why this is a special event coming soon...
bi stuff / contact
Go ahead. Contact Erin here.
You know you want to.
Erin talks a lot about bisexuality in her comedy and writing. People often have tons of questions about it, so here is the world's tiniest resource page on bisexuality and bi identity.
For starters, check out some of Erin's own work:
· The title track of Erin's comedy CD is about bisexuality.
Listen free here!
· Here's a video of Erin talking about being bi, having two moms in Texas, bullying, and more...
· Erin also writes about bi issues on her blog.
And here are some additional resources:
· Bisexual Invisibility: Impacts & Recommendations
· Tackling the Stigma of Bisexuality
· Bisexuals by Dan Savage
Dan writes about the importance of bisexuals in opposite-sex partnerships being out of the closet. Erin agrees!