April Macie from the Howard Stern Show and Last Comic Standing

Fri, Aug 10, 2018
Sat, Aug 11, 2018

April Macie from the Howard Stern Show and Last Comic Standing

with Loy Lee and Rahmein Mostafavi

Do you remember the girl in your high school who had a horrible rumor spread about her? It might have involved a football team, or a dog and some peanut butter or maybe processed meat. Well, that girl in Easton, Pennsylvania was April Macie. So, where did she turn for comfort? While some might turn to the Lord, April turned to promiscuity. Promiscuity and then comedy. With her irreverent brand of overtly sexual humor she attempts to break down troubling double-standards and lend her voice to women everywhere. April would like to add that she doesn't really know what irreverent means, but she's heard a lot of other comics use it and thought it sounded kinda' cool.

April Macie travels the world collecting stories and experiences, which she then translates into humorous, relatable tales in front of audiences worldwide. April has been to over 23 countries, 12 of those performing stand-up comedy (not fellatio) for the troops, was a finalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing in 2006, has appeared on E! Entertainment, Fuel TV, HSN, Sirius and XM Radio, Bob & Tom, Access Hollywood, and was labeled an "emerging talent to watch" by the Hollywood Reporter at the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in 2005. April is a regular guest on the Howard Stern show, where in 2008 she was voted the “Funniest and Hottest” comedian in America. She is currently in the documentary, “I Am Comic” which premiered at the 2010 Slamdance Film Festival and is currently airing on Showtime and will also be appearing on Showtime in the stand-up special "Vegas Is My Oyster" premiering August 5th. Currently, she spends most of her time traveling the United States as a headlining stand-up comedian. April has slapped a boyfriend on the toilet for renting out their home for porn shoots, stood on the North Korean border, entertained troops next to the detainee camp in Guantanamo Bay, imported a young Englishman for the summer, only to see him turned away at the border months later for overstaying his visa. She has had numerous crappy jobs-including: a nanny, Hooter’s waitress, clowns assistant, telemarketer – fired from all of them, occasionally smokes weed out of an apple and goes to Chucky Cheese with her friends, thinks double standards are ridiculous and hopes to change the world by empowering women, “One dick joke at a time.”

Loy Lee

Loy Lee, American Asian Stand up Comedian comes from the far off and distant land of Boston, MA. Loy is a gifted writer, comedian and actor who continues to entertain audiences from coast to coast with his unique brand of comedic snark that is firmly planting him as one of the best comedians to look out for today.

Coming from 6 generations of blue collar tightly wound east coast laborers, Loy realized at a young age that being 6th generation asian in America was not only a concept that was hard for others to understand, he found that it put him in a place where he was too Chinese to be American but too American to be considered Chinese, that and he's not fit to work with his hands.

Loy began his acting career at a very young age of 5 starring in several national commercials. In 2006, Loy moved to Los Angeles to follow the footsteps of millions of aspiring actors to pursue the next level of his acting career. In 2011, frustrated with the roles that were available to him and what the industry expected from asian actors, Loy challenged himself to challenge the Asian American image status quo. Loy’s unique comedic voice and unconventional point of view has also been put to good use in the battle of the stereotypes and expectations of American Asians. As a child, Loy had grew out of a stutter and a speech impediment and he finds pride in his wordplay and mastery of the only language he knows, English. Loy’s talents extend to other areas in the entertainment business. He has a Podcast entitled “Short Pale and Handsome Podcast w/Loy Lee”. where he gives his perspective on current events, sports and his everyday life. “Short Pale and Handsome” provides an outlet for his fans to hear him on a weekly basis and follow his journey through the craziness of life. Loy works with the Asian American community and youth groups as well as colleges, fundraisers and community outreach programs to help define and establish a social environment that promotes self awareness and self esteem among Asian Americans and youth. Loy is a movie enthusiast, loves pool, is an avid sports fan and his favorite hobby is to fall down the google rabbit hole. He currently resides in Washington DC with his wife

Rahmein Mostafavi

Rahmein Mostafavi charms crowds with comic timing and charisma developed during a decade of live performance. He addresses social and political topics with a combination of satirical and observational comedy, leaving audiences with a greater sense of purpose, sex appeal and the occasional leg cramp.

Rahmein entered the stand-up world after working as a longtime cast member of “Shear Madness,” the acclaimed Kennedy Center improv/comedy whodunit. His natural joke writing ability, combined with his acting chops, has won him rave reviews in both the Washington area and around the country. He also produces events under the “Cool Cow Comedy” banner, bringing live comedy to venues in Maryland and Virgnia. Rahmein has shared the stage with some of the best comics in the nation, including Dave Attell, Jake Johannsen, Artie Lange, Bert Kreischer, Rich Vos, Jon Lovitz, Tim Meadows, Joe Matarese, Bob Marley, The Sklar Brothers, Jen Kirkman, Red Grant, Godfrey, Joe Torry, Kyle Kinane, Finesse Mitchell, and Maz Jobrani. He has been featured at the Laugh Your Asheville Off comedy festival, The Devil Cup, Red Clay, The Cleveland Comedy Festival, and the Cape May Comedy Festival. Rahmein has been seen on FOX, heard regularly on Sirius XM, was featured in “The Truth About Money” on PBS, and was honored to be a speaker at the world famous TEDx Talks.