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Rhonda Hansome to be Featured at FUNNY WOMEN OF A CERTAIN AGE Live Comedy Showcase

Rhonda will be joined at the 7:00pm (EST) show by FWOACA creator Carole Montgomery and Maribeth Mooney.

Rhonda Hansome to be Featured at FUNNY WOMEN OF A CERTAIN AGE Live Comedy Showcase

Actor / comedian Rhonda "Passion" Hansome, (SiriusXM "John Fugelsang's Tell Me Everything" podcast) will be among the performers featured at the " Funny Women Of A Certain Age" live comedy showcase of "female comics who tell it like it is" on Wednesday, April 28th in Manhattan. Rhonda will be joined at the 7:00pm (EST) show by FWOACA creator Carole Montgomery (Nick @ Nite's Funniest Mom in America) and comedy producer / performer Maribeth Mooney (International Estrogenius Festival). As the Kraine is adhering to current COVID safety procedures, only a small quantity of socially distanced seats will be available for advance purchase ($20), performers, staff and audience will be required to show proof of vaccination and wear masks. The Kraine Theatre is located at 85 E. 4th Street (between Second & Third Aves). Subway: "F"to Second Ave, "N" or "R" to 8th Street, #6 to Astor Place and for reservations and further information go to: or call (212) 777-6088.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Hansome has appeared on numerous TV shows including Louie, Saturday Night Live, Caroline's Comedy Hour, Stand-Up Spotlight, Arsenio Hall, Evening at the Improv, Showtime at the Apollo and The Joan Rivers Show. She is an Outstanding Comedian BackStage Bistro Award winner who was the comedy opening act for Anita Baker, Diana Ross, Aretha Franklin, Smokey Robinson, Jackie Mason and The Pointer Sisters.

Rhonda is also an award-winning off-Broadway director with over thirty-five production credits at venues located throughout the metropolitan area. While under quarantine Hansome - along with community activist / wordstylist Joan Reinmuth - created the "observational comedy think tank podcast "Lo & Behold" ( . Rhonda, who uses the social media hashtag #NinaSimoneOfComedy for her take on race and politics, made several online comedy appearances during the past year but states that "back on the mic with a real live audience is my comfort food."

Montgomery has produced two editions of FWOACA for the Showtime Network. Also a Brooklyn native, Carole has a decades-long career as a writer, producer and performer includes making over two dozen television appearances, long-term residencies in Las Vegas and entertaining US troops overseas calls FWOACA "a comedy show for the ages." Part of an ongoing monthly series with a rotating cast of comedians, Carole adds the show comes "straight from the unfettered mouths and uninhibited minds of the funniest, most daring, most experienced people in comedy: the women that have seen it all." For information on upcoming FWOACA performances, go to:

For additional information on Rhonda's future projects and appearances, go to:

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