Nina G - Album Recording

The only female comedian who stuttered when she started nearly 13 years ago, Nina G has challenged the status quo of how people who stutter are perceived onstage and off. In an industry that lacks speech diversity, this unique voice will record her first solo comedy album on the Punchline Records label.

Nina is the producer of the Comedians with Disabilities Act, a national touring comedy show featuring exclusively comedians with disabilities. She also produced the first-ever compilation album to feature, as the title suggests, Disabled Comedy Only. Nina is equally comfortable in a comedy club, performing at colleges, or keynoting at conferences.

Nina has been featured in/on everything from NPR's 51%, BBC's Ouch, Psychology Today, Tedx, KQED radio and multiple day time talk shows and podcasts. She is the author of three books including Bay Area Stand-Up Comedy: A Humorous History, Once Upon An Accommodation: A Book About Learning Disabilities, and her memoir Stutterer Interrupted: The Comedian Who Almost Didn’t Happen.

03/09/2023 8:00 PM

Door Time: 7:45 PM

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The only female comedian who stuttered when she started nearly 13 years ago, Nina G’s has challenged the status quo of how people who stutter are perceived onstage and off.  In a industry that lacks speech diversity, this unique voice will record her first solo comedy album on March 9, 2023 in Nina’s hometown at the Alameda Comedy Club.  The album is projected to come out later Spring 2023 on the Punchline Records label. 

No need to print your tickets. We will have your name on the guest list at the host stand when we greet you.

We feature a full bar and restaurant with a delicious menu of sharable plates.

All seats are sold individually. There is a two-item minimum for all guests.

Shows are ages 18+. (15+ if teens come with parents and all are comfortable with some mature content)

Shows start on time.

The only female comedian who stuttered when she started nearly 13 years ago, Nina G has challenged the status quo of how people who stutter are perceived onstage and off. In an industry that lacks speech diversity, this unique voice will record her first solo comedy album on the Punchline Records label.

Nina is the producer of the Comedians with Disabilities Act, a national touring comedy show featuring exclusively comedians with disabilities. She also produced the first-ever compilation album to feature, as the title suggests, Disabled Comedy Only. Nina is equally comfortable in a comedy club, performing at colleges, or keynoting at conferences.

Nina has been featured in/on everything from NPR's 51%, BBC's Ouch, Psychology Today, Tedx, KQED radio and multiple day time talk shows and podcasts. She is the author of three books including Bay Area Stand-Up Comedy: A Humorous History, Once Upon An Accommodation: A Book About Learning Disabilities, and her memoir Stutterer Interrupted: The Comedian Who Almost Didn’t Happen.