Julia has been described by colleagues and press as, among other things, “a force of nature”, and “a comedy chainsaw flying through the room”. As Julia says, her comedy always has to be “fearless and honest”, and America can feel both in her performances. She has been named one of the Top Five Transgendered Comedians in the Country by Advocate Magazine, and has performed at LGBTQ events across the country, and was one of the winners of the Laughlin Laugh Festival in Nevada.
She is the current host of the podcast Comedy Centric. You can see Julia starring as Joy in the short film drama “Relatable Joy,” in the Judd Apatow/Universal Pictures film “Bros,” starring Billy Eichner and soon to be seen in the upcoming film tentatively titled “Untitled Pregnancy” with Ilana Glazer and Michelle Buteau.
Simon Cowell said, “you genuinely made me laugh!” and Julia continues to remain a fan favorite of America’s Got Talent audiences around the world. She has been named one of the Top Five Transgendered Comedians in the Country by Advocate Magazine.
Find out why “Deadline,” the industry magazine, has called Julia ‘Our Next Betty White.’
Tickets: $20 in advance / $25 at door
Seating/Bar: 7:00PM Show: 7:30PM
This event is indoors.
Parking is limited at the venue so please utilize the three public parking lots in Town. One is across from the Post Office, one is behind Berkshire Bank and the other is just off Main Street. They are clearly marked. Do not park at Trúc Orient Express Restaurant or the Post Office or you might receive a ticket.