I help make a world where we can be ourselves together in the funniest way possible. To book me for your university, conference or company to do this, get in touch here or say hi on twitter (@heather).
Mar 29 - Beyond 4 Cups: City Winery Seder - Oakland,
Napa Valley Opera House 1030 Main St. Napa 12:00-4:30pm
Mar 29 - Everything Is Subject to Change, private living room show Oakland.
April 19 - French Toast Stand-Up Comedy @ Taix in LA, 9:45pm
April 21-22 Fluent Conference
April 23- Fundraiser at Virochka, SF CA
April 28 - Keynote at Google, Mountain View.
April 30 - Jewish Comedy panel at Temple Emanu-El, SF
May 18th - Co-hosting Total BS on SiriusXM 154 w Bill Santiago, 8pm EST
May 22- Yale
May 25- Dawn Patrol, Toronto, Comedy Bar
July 13th, 7pm - Monday Happy Hour Comedy at The Royale, San Francisco
July 19th, 7:30pm - Everything Is Subject to Change, Oakland
I'm a writer and comedian best known for creating a kind of interactive performance by mashing up theatre, stand-up and the Net. My style is intimate and funny. I created the show "I Look Like An Egg, but Identify As A Cookie" in which I've made over 50,000 cookies with audiences. The popular culture blog Boing Boing calls me "brilliant" and "one of our favourite comedians."
I perform at places like SF Sketchfest, contribute to CBC Radio, consult and keynote at companies, universities and conferences about how to how to make social spaces for people to connect online and off. Here's my Google Talk for a taste. More about me>>
"A set of wits equal to any major player on Comedy Central." - Austin Chronicle
"Different from what most people think of as stand-up" - A great recent interview with The Hairpin
When everything in your world disappears what can you count on? Hilarious, right? I'm developing my next interactive show. in highly participatory workshops in theaters and living rooms where people can connect.
Web 2.0 Keynote: How to Tummel/Design for Conversation More talks.
"I want the differences and the togetherness." Interview from Life in Perpetual Beta. More press.
The Great Hack (What geek guys + lesbians have in common) More comedy.