COMEDY

January 28, 2015
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Comedian Elayne Boosler first honed her standup chops in the ’70s NYC comedy scene alongside peers like Andy Kaufman, Freddie Prinze and Richard Lewis. Starting in the mid-’80s, Boosler stepped into the spotlight on the strength of her cable TV comedy specials, while also writing comedic shtick for award shows ranging from the Emmys to the Writers Guild of America. Known for her no-nonsense style of observational humor that touches on everything from politics to relationships, Boosler is also an ardent animal activist, and in 2011 founded her own rescue and advocacy organization, Tails of Joy.

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