Aurora Comedy Nights Present

ACN: Five Funny Females

Mar 13, 2020-Mar 14, 2020

A whole handful of hilarious ladies in one big show. A former prison guard, beauty queen, elementary school teacher and radio host walk into a club…You get the idea, this diverse group brings a wide variety of perspectives to the stage. The thing they all have in common is the ability to make folks laugh.

March 13 & 14, 2020
Friday & Saturday at 7:15 & 9:15 PM
Tickets from $15

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Aurora Theatre offers a Full Bar and there is no two-drink minimum.


Lace Larrabee is an actor, host and nationally touring stand up comedian who can be seen at clubs and festivals from coast to coast. In 2018, Lace was voted Best Local Comedian by the readers of Atlanta’s Creative Loafing Magazine and in 2019 was named Cobb’s Top 20 under 40 by Cobb Life Magazine.
From stage to screen, Lace has been featured on Viceland, EPIX, The Weather Channel, FOX and FB Watch’s Queen America, starring Catherine Zeta-Jones. Catch Lace this year as the celebrity guest in 3 episodes of Caroline Rhea’s new show, Caroline & Friends on the Gameshow Network. See her in Jon Stewart’s upcoming political satire film, Irresistible. Lace is also very passionate about elevating the voices of other women. She founded Laugh Lab, Atlanta’s first and only all female stand-up comedy class with the goal of changing the landscape of local comedy. Laugh Lab has boasted over 200 graduates since it’s start in November 2017 and was voted Best Comedy Class 2019 by Atlanta Magazine. Website: & IG: @lacelarrabee

Comedian Julie Osborne was born in Cocoa, Florida, and started performing Stand Up comedy in 2011.  She began using her wit and humor to help her “deal” with prison inmates and crazy people in corporate America. In 2012, she started hosting and producing comedy shows for the LGBTQ in Atlanta, Ga. In 2017, she created and produced Atlanta’s first all female comedy festival. She is a storyteller, using her humor to share crazy experiences about “Being a Black Women with a White woman’s name.”  Who knew her name Julie Osborne could cause so much confusion? She is approaching the second half of life and ready so share her life story through laughter.

Comic, blogger, musician, and mama, Debra Cole has a long performance history with the Aurora Theatre. Presenting well-crafted jokes with smiling southern sarcasm, Debra Cole is like a glass of sweet tea thrown in your face. Charming and full of surprises, she does not let the audience know where things are headed as she meanders through topics such as current events, life as a performer, friendships, regrets, parenting, and observations of metro Atlanta. Debra has many hats. She has performed hundreds of times since a fateful night at a comedy show at Eddie’s Attic in 2006. She was the host of Aurora’s Funny Fridays Series from 2012-2013. Before that, she performed with an all-female group called the Mixed Nuts. She has been at all the spots including the Star Bar, Girls Night Out at the Highland Inn, The Laughing Skull, and even a story-telling gathering called Carapace.

Debra also performs regularly as a flutist with her trio called Mary Flannery’s Ghost. The group plays for young audiences and families primarily. Debra also writes essays and has a political blog called Book Learnin.’ Well-respectedin the comedy community, Debra always puts on a great show with her energy, great delivery, warm smile, and biting humor. You can learn more about her music at www.maryflannerysghost.come and her blog at

Comedian Alisha Coley has been in the comedy game for over 8 years, while continuously working to getting her funny out there, she is also  the creator and content provider for her own 2 shows, Comedy After Dark and We Funny Wednesday’s. Her relatable topics with a twist of funny, will keep you laughing the entire show. 
YouTube: alishacoley
IG: @alishacoley
FB: @alishacoley

Born in Chicago and traditionally raised on a steady diet of hot dogs, most of Sam Gordon’s youth was spent performing in local theater, usually in the role of someone’s evil stepmother. She spent six years hosting at Jstreet Radio on WRLR before cutting her comedy teeth at The Second City and going on to feature for comedians such as Michael Ian Black and Shane Mauss. Sam now lives in Atlanta, where she teaches comedy writing with Action Show Studios and runs the Atlanta chapter of Don’t Tell Comedy. 

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