Cozy Comedy back in the Junction Nov. 4 at Great American Diner
As promised, Glen Quadros, owner of the Great American Diner in the junction is bringing comedy back to the Junction in cooperation with Seattle's Cozy Comedy. The Oct. 4 edition was a sell out success.
Cozy Comedy shows cost only $5. They typically feature four or five comedians and a headliner.
The November 4 event will feature Dewa Dorje, who's website describes her as "a Tibetan American stand up comedian and single mom of two; born and raised in the 206 (Seattle for the nerds). She jokes about life’s hardships with explicit honesty and a smile. She is hilarious and easy to love. Dewa says her jokes are “rooted in feminism and anti-white supremacy”, AND she loves to talk about yak dung. Dewa is passionate about healing intergenerational trauma and comedy. She has performed all over including Bumbershoot and the All Jane Comedy festival. She has a comedy podcast, Dank Moms and hosts her own comedy talk show Dee’s Nuts at the famous Crocodile in Seattle. Please get vaxxed, wear a mask, and laugh hard everyday."