Sandra Bernhard Set for End-Of-Year Residency at Joe's Pub, Now thru 12/31
Sandra Bernhard and her band The Rebellious Jezebels will return to Joe's Pub at The Public for her annual residency beginning tonight, December 27 leading up to the not-to-be-missed New Year's Eve special on December 31 when she celebrates and reviews the highs and lows of 2012 with hysterical insight, outspoken views and an outrageous mouth.
For her annual end-of-year run at Joe's Pub, Bernhard will perform ten shows total, two shows nightly from tonight, December 27 through December 31. On New Year's Eve, Chef Michael Oliver will have festive specials available and a champagne toast at midnight in addition to his eclectic American menu served nightly.
Bernhard's live performances are a hybrid of stand-up comedy and rock 'n roll, a raucous mix of political satire, pop culture commentary and cabaret. Her brilliant unity of hilarious diatribes on the state of modern culture and classic rock attitude burns smart. It's fresh, crazy and real; inspires and invigorates. In 2012 Bernhard became the co-star of the new Logo TV Series DTLA with Melanie Griffith. For more information or to purchase tickets for Bernhard's Joe's Pub dates, visit: http://bit.ly/RIl4qg.
Sandra Bernhard began her groundbreaking career at L.A.'s famed Comedy Store in the '70s, and since then has written and starred in numerous one-woman shows, acted in movies and on television, recorded albums and authored books.
From 1991-1996 Bernhard played Nancy Bartlett-the first openly gay character on a network sitcom-on Roseanne. And she has had guest starring or recurring roles on numerous other shows, among them: Hot in Cleveland, Law & Order: SVU, Will & Grace, The Sopranos, The L Word, Ally McBeal, The Larry Sanders Show, and The Richard Pryor Show. She has appeared more than 30 times on Late Night with David Letterman and has been a regular guest of Howard Stern's since the early '80s. Bernhard's film credits include Martin Scorsese's The King of Comedy, for which she was awarded Best Supporting Actress by the National Society of Film Critics.
Bernhard's music albums include: I'm Your Woman (Polygram, 1986), Excuses for Bad Behavior (Epic, 1994) and the world music album Whatever It Takes (Mi5). She has also sung with or opened for various musical acts, including: The Pretenders, Cyndi Lauper, and the Scissor Sisters. Other notable performances include her participation in the Stormy Weather Benefit, the Rainforest Benefit, and The Elton John Tribute for Broadway Cares.
Bernhard has also written three books: Confessions of a Pretty Lady (Harper & Row, 1988), Love, Love and Love (HarperCollins, 1994), and May I Kiss You on the Lips, Miss Sandra? (William Morrow,1998). Her work has also been published in numerous magazines, including, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Conde Nast Traveler, Rolling Stone, Interview, and Spy. For more information, visit www.sandrabernhard.com.