Featuring Grace Helbig, Hannah Hart & Mamrie Hart
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YouTube’s punniest women are putting on a live comedy show! Will Grace comment on comments? Will Hannah cook? Will Mamrie already be passed out by 4? Who knows! No editing, no censors, #NOFILTER. Starring Grace Helbig, Hannah Hart, and Mamrie Hart!
Grace Helbig is a comedian, actress and video blogger. She’s the creator and star of the IAWTV and Streamy award winning web series “DailyGrace” and “It’s Grace” with over a million and half subscribers. She plays “Idol” in the Streamy nominated web comedy “MyMusic” and was a regular correspondent on G4′s Attack of the Show and VH1′s Best Week Ever. She’s studied improv at The Peoples Improv Theater and is a member of the house team Borealis. She’s been listed on TIME Magazine’s 140 best Twitter feeds of 2012, BuzzFeed’s 11 Awesome Up-and-Coming Funny Ladies You Should Know and Variety’s 10 Comics to Watch.
Effervescent comedian Hannah Hart is the creator and star of “My Drunk Kitchen”, a web series about libation and liberty in the state of post-modern America. Exuding a unique mix of silliness, wit, and heartfelt honesty, Hannah’s talents extend to a wide variety of formats, including sketches, original music and vlogs as proven by 50 million+ video views to date.
Mamrie Hart is a comedic writer and performer living in Los Angeles. Originally from a one stop light town in North Carolina, she can now be found being ridiculous on the internet. She hosts a pop culture, mixology show called “You Deserve a Drink” along with Grace Helbig. When she isn’t creating cocktail you can find her performing sketch comedy all over NYC, singing with her band Cudzoo & the Faggettes, or popping up on your TV as a nosey neighbor or general weirdo.
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