Come out for a night filled with laughter as your favorite local comedians take to the stage for Make Sure You Have Fun™ Presents: Make Sure You Laugh.
Cozy atmosphere, tasty pizza & hilarious acts!
Join us on Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019 for our fifth show in this new series with comedians Chrissy Costa, Izzy Rhue, Joey Purse, and host Kayleigh Dumas!
All of our show's proceeds benefit 412 Food Rescue
$10 Advance Tickets
$12 Day Of Show
100% of proceeds benefit 412 Food Rescue
Chrissy Costa is a local comedian known for her dry wit, satirical style of comedy, and big earrings. Before entering Pittsburgh’s standup comedy scene she studied sketch comedy at Chicago’s famed Second City where she wrote alongside SNL’s Vanessa Bayer. She’s also a freelance writer, having several humor columns in local magazines. As a comic she continuously experiments with different subject matter, performance styles, and techniques. She’s performed, featured, and headlined all over Pittsburgh and recently began producing an all-female comedy show called the Broad Squad in an attempt to highlight more female voices in comedy. She also co-hosts a monthly LGBTQ comedy show at Unplanned Comedy. Like Amy Schumer, she’s been mentored by one of her favorites comics, NYC’s Jessica Kirson.
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Izzy Rhue has been in this comedy game about three years now! He has toured all around the state of PA and has even been featured at the Improv twice in his short career.
As an innocent looking young man, Joey Purse will surprise you with his comedic stylings, his goofy, clever wits has been heard at multiple clubs in the north eastern region of the United States including Dangerfields Comedy Club in New York City, Broadway Comedy Club in New York City and the Pittsburgh Improv to name a few. He’s also been seen at MagLaughs Comedy Festival his innocent charm has the ability to make anyone smile.
Kayleigh Dumas is a Pittsburgh based comedian who performs all over the city, and that one time in Connecticut. She brings her own brand of self-deprecation and reflection to the stage while recounting her poor dating choices and numerous oddities of her parents and family.