Watch Me Make Fun Of Myself in Front of Strangers!
Why I Make Fun Of Myself in Front of Strangers
Kate Carroll is a Richmond, VA based stand-up comedian and self-proclaimed "Trash WASP" (ask her what it means if you're curious). Kate was no stranger to the stage when she finally mustered up the courage to try stand-up comedy and as terrifying as it was, she's not looking back. Kate has since performed all over the country, from DC to LA, for hundreds of different audiences ranging from sold out venues to one half-drunk barfly at a bowling alley only paying attention enough to intermittently yell things at her. Her voice has been described as brash, avant-garde and musical at times, to which she credits her upbringing by jet-setting business women, bitchy gay men and a blue blood-turned-rebel grandmother.
Kate has been known to grace the stages of Flappers Comedy Club (Burbank, CA), Drafthouse Comedy Theater (Washington, DC), Cozzy's Comedy Club (Newport News, VA), Comedy Zone at Liberty Laughs (Fredericksburg, VA), The Funny Bone (Richmond, VA), and the Coalition Theater (Richmond, VA) to name a few. She’s also opened for nationally touring acts like Poppy Champlin, Vickie Shaw, and the original World Champ himself, Judah Friedlander.
On the off chance you missed her set, Kate can usually be found afterward singing “Ride Like The Wind” by Christopher Cross at the nearest dive bar karaoke, or maybe the next day playing a very hungover extra in one of her friend's low budget sci-fi films.