Generation Women: Milestones: Stories of Breakthroughs & Big Moments

WED // JUN 16 // 07:00PM

Generation Women is a multigenerational storytelling series that invites a woman or non-binary performer in their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, and 70s+ to share an original true story on a theme. Our diverse line-ups will make you laugh, cry, and reflect on the cycle of life. The mission of Generation Women is to amplify underhand voices, and create space for intergenerational connection and community.

It’s our four-year anniversary! To celebrate this milestone, this month we invited our super-star line-up to share their life-changing milestones with us. They might be big, loud moments—career beginnings and endings, summiting Mount Everest, hitting rock bottom—or they might be small, quiet moments that changed everything—locking eyes with The One, making a change that stuck. Life is full of pivots and turnings points: this month, as we celebrate four fabulous years of Generation Women, we’re also celebrating the breakthroughs and big moments achieved by each one of our multi-generational line-up. Expect our usual blend of heartfelt and hilarious in this one-of-a-kind storytelling show.


Doors 6:30 PM, show 7:00 PM.
Tickets $30 in advance, $35 at the door, $15 livestream.


No outside food or drink is allowed.


As we re-open we're doing everything we can to keep our audience, performers, and staff safe and are complying with all Covid regulations.

As part of this, all attendees must present proof of full vaccination to enter. Proof can be via the New York State Excelsior pass, a physical copy of the CDC card, a photo of your CDC card, or other electronic record of vaccination includes name and date (e.g., some chain pharmacies have an app with this information). In all cases the name must match that on your photo ID.

Our full Covid policies can be found here.


Tickets may be refunded up to 24 hours before the event. Within 24 hours we may take exchanges for other events at our discretion. No refunds after the event.

The Lineup

Team 20s: Gara Lonning (they/them) is a stand-up comedian, writer and performer based in NYC. Gara moved from Iowa in 2015 to pursue comedy and has been performing all over the city ever since. They're most well-known for their podcasts "We're Having Gay Sex", "EN(BA)BY: A Podcast About Gender” and weekly newsletter of the same name.

Team 30s: LaGina Hill is a writer, comedian, and director based in Brooklyn, New York. Her work has appeared at Funny Or Die, FUSION TV, and more. Last year, she was named the People Improv Theaters Best Director and she is currently the Apprentice Writer for Disney’s Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur.

Team 40s: Vicky Kuperman has performed nationwide for over a decade and was named one of Huffington Post’s new comedians to watch. Her comedy albums Love's a Joke,  When I Could Feel, All Good! and Three's Comedy are in regular rotation on SiriusXM, and her book How to Spy on Your Neighbor was top 10 in political-humor on Amazon. 

Team 50s: Born and raised in Chicago, Diana Mucci is an Afro-Latina author, playwright, educator, speaker, producer and IT executive. Her writing is inspired by her ethnic family who encouraged her to share stories out loud that could draw laughter from a crowd. Diana has written, published and/or produced plays, short stories, children's books and indie films.

Team 60s: Jude Treder-Wolff is host and creator of (mostly) TRUE THINGS, a game wrapped in a storytelling show that features true stories – with a twist. She’s been featured on the RISK! live show and podcast, PBS Stories From The StageStory District in Washington and many more. Her solo shows This Isn’t Helping and Crazytown have been performed nationally. 

Team 70s: Jill Dalton’s plays Collateral Damage and Whistle-blower were semi-finalists in the Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights Conference. Her award-winning solo play Lizzie Borden Live! toured nationally. As an actor, Jill performed on and off Broadway and in Wall Street, Law & Order, Saturday Night Live, Rachael Getting Married, and many more. 


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