6/5 Sunday 3pm Golden Hour: Variety for the New Roaring Twenties, Times Square NYC

A new variety show at the Broadway Comedy Club with a “New Roaring 20s” theme, featuring the best comedians, musicians, and more!

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6/5 Sunday 3pm Golden Hour: Variety for the New Roaring Twenties, Times Square NYC

The Golden Hour is a new monthly variety show happening at the Broadway Comedy Club with a “New Roaring 20s” theme! Featuring comedians, musicians, and performing artists of all kinds in a fast-paced, highly entertaining show!

Produced and hosted by singer/songwriter Weaux, comedian Ashley Everhart, and musician/actor Dewight Braxton Jr!

Wayne Babineaux, also known as Weaux (pronounced “Woah!”) is a queer popstar and actor fresh off the release of his debut album, “Weaux Is Me”, which combines elegant piano pop and glittery synths with deeply personal lyrics to take you on a journey through heartbreak to self-empowerment.

In 2021, his livestream solo musical, “Weaux Is Me Live”, told the epic coming of age story behind the album, dazzling audiences around the world with an innovative combination of live music, first-person storytelling, rainbow lights, and glitter tears. Around the city, he has performed at Young Ethel’s, My Gallery NYC, Prohibition Bar, and the Broadway Comedy Club as part of Eight Is Never Enough Improv.

Ashley Everhart (she/her) is a comedian, musician, and actor based in NYC.

Ashley sold out her first one-woman character show Ashley Everhart: Only Time at The Tank Theatre in 2019. Since then, she has performed regularly with The Squirrel Comedy Theatre in ‘Characters Welcome’, in their ‘Best Of’ set at The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival, and in ‘Cheap Wigs’ at Under St. Mark’s Theatre. She also performs character sets regularly at Asylum NYC, Club Cumming, The Pit, The Broadway Comedy Club, and other venues. In October of 2021, she was a finalist at the Coachella Valley Comedy Festival in Palm Springs, California. She is a cast member on the sketch team Big Apartment, part of the BoogieManja Sketch Collective.

Ashley is also an accomplished saxophonist, vocalist, and acoustic guitarist, having played venues such as 54 Below, Green Room 42, Duane Park, and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, as well as a variety of regional theatre contracts, clubs, venues, and on numerous studio albums. She operates a private studio and has coached many of her students to elite titles and chairs in district, state, and national competitions.

Ashley holds a B.A. in Theatre Performance from Fordham University. Her commercial representation is through Baker Management. She is seeking legit representation.

Dewight Braxton Jr is a New York based actor, singer, writer and improviser who originally hails from Detroit Michigan. Dewight studied at Wayne State University where he received his B.A in theatre with a minor in Musical theatre. Prior to this, he received his Engineering degree from Ferris State University.

Since breaking into the NY scene and signing with his agency (SW ARTISTS) he has been on the Apple TV show (Dickinson), played multiple roles for NY black arts productions “lion” (the wiz), “Simba ” (Lion King jr) and “Prince Eric” (little mermaid jr) and was in a movie on Amazon prime “Anthony” (set in motion). Dewight also booked a touring show with Vital Theatre (Owen and Mzee).

International roles include “I am -original play ” (Scotland, Fringe Festival) and “Hair” (Judd u/s, ensemble–Windsor Ontario, Canada). Regional roles include Mitch Mahoney (25th annual Putnam county spelling bee), Karl the giant ( Big Fish), Dick (Christmas carol), Brucie (Sweat) and more.

6/5 Sunday 3pm Guest Performers

Amanda Alvich is a Brooklyn-based LGBTQ+ comedian, comedy writer and filmmaker who began her stand-up career in the Summer of 2021. She was recently named a semi-finalist in the 2021 New York Queer Festival and has performed at Thoroughly Gay Thursday’s at Greenwich Village Comedy Club, Gotham’s New Talent Showcase, and The Stand. She has also been featured on BuzzFeed, as well as filmed a comedy pilot for NBCUniversal.

Amadeo Fusca tours the country performing the two hour one man comedy sensation Men are From Mars Women are From Venus Live! He’s performed over 400 shows in over 55 cities including such iconic theatres as The Broadway Playhouse in Chicago, The Denver Performing Arts Center, The Pittsburgh CLO Cabaret, The Triad Theatre in New York and his bathroom.

Greg and Rob Cardazone are a dual act from New York City and twin brothers who reside in Staten Island, NY. They’ve been featured in the Comics Comic, Staten Island advance, and made appearances on Sirius XM’s Bennington Show, Gas Digital, and Compound Media. They have participated in the New York Comedy Festival, Laughing Devil Comedy Festival, Baltimore Comedy Festival, The Devils Cup Festival, The Cleveland Comedy Festival, and Hoboken Comedy Festival. Greg and Rob won The North Jersey Comedy Festival in 2019. They are one of several producers for The Fifth Borough Comedy Festival. The twins have headlined shows throughout the Northeast at venues such as the Brooklyn House of Comedy and Rhino Comedy Club. You can catch them in the New York city at their home club Stand Up New York. For bookings, email them at GregCardy@icloud.com or steaksauceandrob@gmail.com. Also visit their website 5thBoroughComedyFestival.com.

Erica Diedrich is a Slytherin-Leo combo who never takes the word no for an answer. She’ll make you laugh. She’ll make you cry. Mostly laugh. Only cry if you take away her coffee. She is pansexual and proud. She has spent way too much money on improv and voice lessons. She regrets none of it.

A writer, actor, and comedian from Alabama, Jack Blankenship currently resides in New York City. He performs comedy as a storyteller, musician, and actor at venues in New York City and across the country.

In 2012, Jack gained notoriety as “The Alabama Face Guy” meme, appearing as a guest on shows like Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, The Today Show, and ESPN’s SportsNation and also in print with Sports Illustrated, The New York Times, and ESPN: The Magazine.

Jack currently works at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where he occasionally performs as himself and appears as other characters. He also writes and performs with the sketch team Kids These Days, who’ve appeared on NBC’s “Bring The Funny” and performed at San Francisco Sketch Fest, New York Comedy Festival, and Austin Sketch Fest.

Enid Levine comes from Passaic, New Jersey and is a graduate of New York University. She has a solo album”American Love” on Columbia and has performed as a pianist/ songwriter in New York City for many years. Enid’s songs have been recorded by: Jennifer Love Hewitt(Atlantic Records cut-“Can’t stand in the Way of Love”); Helen Schneider (Sony album- Germany-“Vagabond”);Debbie Allen, Davis Gaines (Debut album”Against the Tide”); Jesse Colter”Bittersweet Love”;Rita Coolidge “Maybe He Knows About You” and many others. She has songs on soap operas and movie soundtracks including”The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper” and “Mauritius Los” as well as TV shows “Midnight Caller” and This Week’s Music ( theme song);The “Richard Simmons Show” and the TVShow Fame.Three of her songs went platinum in Europe: “Hi-Fidelity,” “Be Your Own Hero” and “Lay Back and Be Cool.”She has been a part of the Family entertainment company “Little Maestros” as writer, performer and producer (Warner Music Group.) She is currently writing and producing her original tunes and performing them in New York City.

K.C. Raniero is an R&B composer, vocalist, and pianist whose story began on New Year’s Day 2019 with a personal challenge to write 100 songs within the year. By the end of the year, she had written over 300. She then performed those songs anywhere and everywhere that she could, paving the way for the release of her debut album, Toxic Phantom, on Halloween 2021. She now splits her time primarily between Philadelphia and New York City. Deriving inspiration from the origin stories of NYC artists like Lauv, Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett, and Rachel Platten, K.C. can frequently be found doing impromptu street performances in her favorite spots around the city.

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