Spera is also the producer of Comedy, where she hosts comedy shows to help fundraise for organizations. Erica came out about having herpes on the podcast this fall, and shares her successes, rejections, fears and frustrations with disclosing to potential partners in attempt to decrease the stigma around the subject. Together they explore the complicated, frustrating, and bizarre realities of dating as women in New York City. Instead of giving up on love, they've made a pact to challenge each other to test modern and old school dating methods. They'll stay in the game and laugh at the rejections they take along the way. Check out www. With a chaser of Joy," according to Ozy. She offers a fresh and honest perspective that speaks truth to power and eviscerates the status quo. News Daily. Her signature point-of-view and confidence drives her hilarious views on everything from her personal relationships to the absurdities of society.
Eclectic and Independent Since 2008
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Years ago, she started hosting Jewish singles parties, in which she would invite unattached men and women to mingle over wine and snacks in her living room. Slonim would kick off the night as MC, breaking the ice with jokes and stories, before wandering the rooms, shaking hands and making sure guests were, if not meeting their future spouses, at least laughing a bit. As the nights got more popular, though, she wanted to improve her MC skills. So she focused her material on what she knew: dating, being a woman, being Jewish. As it happened, comedy would lead her to find her future husband — but not at a singles party. They chatted offstage and, that first night, politely parted ways. That encounter kickstarted a series of serendipitous comedy-club meetings over the following weeks.
I've been told I can spit rhymes. Granted they are a little flemmy, but I do the best I can. Telling jokes in a winery in New Jersey and learning Facebook graphic effects On the catwalk before she can walk.