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Claire Alexander




Hailing all the far way from Newtown, Connecticut, New York City-based queer comedian Claire Alexander began stand-up comedy at age 17 for a high school assignment. She now can be seen performing regularly at both comedy clubs QED and The Tiny Cupboard Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan, at her weekly comedy show “Drule” at Fette Sau in Williamsburg, as well as other clubs and independent shows all over the city. 

In 2023, Claire was hired as a headline contributor for Reductress, a popular satirical news website for women.

Claire's Headlines Here

Claire was also hired as a staff writer for The Dump, a late night talk show podcast.

Listen here

In 2022 and 2023, Claire mentored EPIC, a theatre program designed exclusively to give performance opportunities to neurodivergent artists where she teaches stand-up comedy.

In 2024, Claire was hired to write for the satirical news website The Hard Times.

Claire's Articles Here

Claire's satire can also be found on Boosh News and Humor Darling.

Claire's work can also be found in the popular queer publication, GoMagazine.

Claire's Articles Here

Claire currently produces “Drule” a comedy show featuring all women and queer people with co-producer Olivia Amerling at Fette Sau Barbecue in Brooklyn.  Drule was featured in the New York Comedy Festival in 2021. Tickets available here

Claire writes a weekly promo newsletter for the show which you can read the archives of here

Featured in: Connecticut Comedy Festival (2020), Smokes and Jokes Comedy Festival (2020)

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