OUT On Stage (The Series)

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  • 2018
  • 1 Season
  • 0.0  (8)

OUT On Stage (The Series) is a groundbreaking comedy series produced by Comedy Dynamics that aims to showcase the talents of LGBTQ+ stand-up comedians. The show comprises of six episodes, each featuring three comedians who perform their unique and hilarious perspectives on life and the world in front of a live audience.

The series is hosted by the talented Zach Noe Towers who introduces each comedian and their set. Zach, who is also an LGBTQ+ comedian, brings his own witty and irreverent style to the proceedings and helps to set the tone for the show. Zach's presence on stage adds an extra layer of humor and relatability that resonates with both the LGBTQ+ and general audiences.

Janine Brito is one of the featured comedians on the show. Brito, who is a lesbian comedian, has appeared on several popular TV shows like "The Rundown with Robin Thede" and "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”. In her set, she brings her unique perspective on growing up Filipino and lesbian, hilarious musings on mental health and her experiences in dating women. Her performance is incredibly relatable and poignant, especially to members of the LGBTQ+ community.

Brendan Scannell is a non-binary comedian and actor who has been gaining popularity on shows like “Bonding” and “Heathers”. Scannell’s stand-up style is both sardonic and witty, and his sets are peppered with irreverent anecdotes and surreal observations on modern life. On the show, Scannell brings their A-game and delights the audience with their quips on everything from relationships to high school experiences.

Other comedians featured on the show include Irene Tu, who is an Asian-American lesbian, Daniel Webb, who talks about growing up as a gay person in the Midwest, and Jared Goldstein, who discusses being gay and Jewish.

The show takes place in front of a live audience, and the energy in the room is electric. The audience is diverse, and the inclusive atmosphere is palpable. Many people in the audience are a part of the LGBTQ+ community, and the connection between the comedians and the audience is apparent in the way that they laugh, cheer and identify with the issues being discussed.

The show, while hilarious, is also significant from a socio-political perspective. LGBTQ+ people have often been marginalized in the larger entertainment industry, and audiences and networks have been reluctant to showcase their talent, let alone to make it a headlining event. OUT On Stage (The Series) is a step forward in the right direction, as it provides a space for LGBTQ+ comedians to perform and express themselves to an audience that loves and appreciates their creativity and humor.

The series is beautifully shot and edited, and the production values are simply top-notch. The sets are simple yet elegant, and the lighting is used to great effect, changing with the mood of the comedians on stage. The direction is flawless, and the editing is perfect, making the show extremely watchable and enjoyable.

Overall, OUT On Stage (The Series) is a wonderful, fresh and groundbreaking addition to the comedy landscape. It showcases some of the best talents in the LGBTQ+ community and provides a platform for them to express themselves and their humor to a wider audience. The show is funny, poignant, and politically relevant, and it is set to become one of the most iconic comedy shows of the decade.

OUT On Stage (The Series) is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on November 30, 2018.

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Janine Brito, Eric Hahn & Daniel Webb
6. Janine Brito, Eric Hahn & Daniel Webb
December 14, 2018
The fabulous Zach Noe Towers welcomes Janine Brito, Eric Hahn and Daniel Webb to the stage. Janine talks about her survival tactics and the names she gives her body parts. Eric discusses looking like an assistant principal and his young Kathy Bates bod. And, Daniel talks about getting his prostate checked and not knowing anything about anything.
Casey Ley, Julian Michael & Irene Tu
5. Casey Ley, Julian Michael & Irene Tu
December 14, 2018
The wonderful Zach Noe Towers welcomes Casey Ley, Julian Michael and Irene Tu to the stage. Casey talks about vintage fashion and Hollywood trash. Julian discusses trying to get buff on a budget and white credit scores. And, Irene asks how long an appropriate poop should be and talks about her naked Barbies.
Jordan Pease, Chris Bryant & Joe Dosch
4. Jordan Pease, Chris Bryant & Joe Dosch
December 7, 2018
The very funny Zach Noe Towers welcomes Jordan Pease, Chris Bryant and Joe Dosch to the stage. Jordan talks about going through TSA really high and dating someone gayer than him. Chris discusses growing up in the bible belt and his homophobic mother. And Joe talks about his very PC fight with a transgender girl.
Gloria Bigelow, Anthony Desamito, A.B. Cassidy
3. Gloria Bigelow, Anthony Desamito, A.B. Cassidy
December 7, 2018
The fantastic Zach Noe Towers welcomes Gloria Bigelow, Anthony Desamito and A.B. to the stage. Gloria Bigelow talks about being gay specific and attending FurFest. Anthony discusses feeling like a Mexican Luke Skywalker and curing pedophelia. And A.B. talks about getting called sir and California earthquakes.
Zach Noe Towers, Jonathan Rowell & Brendan Scannell
2. Zach Noe Towers, Jonathan Rowell & Brendan Scannell
November 30, 2018
The hysterial Zach Noe Towers welcomes Jonathan Rowell and Brendan Scannell to the stage. Zach talks about his mom looking for a girlfriend and bad fingering. Jonathan discusses living with straight men and coming out to his sister over text. And Brendan talks about finishing a book and being too giving.
Jared Goldstein, Raneir Pollard & Kyle Shire
1. Jared Goldstein, Raneir Pollard & Kyle Shire
November 30, 2018
The amazing Zach Noe Towers welcomes Jared Goldstein, Raneir Pollard and Kyle Shire to the stage. Jared talks about his morning coffee and terrible uber drivers. Raneir brings us to the gun show and Kyle discusses under-the-radar racism and different sized gays.
Where to Watch OUT On Stage (The Series)
OUT On Stage (The Series) is available for streaming on the Comedy Dynamics website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch OUT On Stage (The Series) on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon and Hoopla.
  • Premiere Date
    November 30, 2018
  • IMDB Rating
    0.0  (8)