Hosted by Provincetown’s own personality and comedian, Austin Tyler, Come laugh your ass off at the crowned, queer-jewel of Provincetown’s Pride Weekend during our Second-Annual Queer Comedy Showcase at Town Hall on Saturday night, June 3rd at 8pm.
Presented by the Provincetown Business Guild and the Provincetown Pride Center, this event serves as Pride’s primary fundraiser, and supports the myriad of Pride’s events and activities throughout the weekend. This year’s cast features some incredible performers whom you might recognize from Saturday Night Live, Ashley Gavin’s Let’s Talk About Gay Sex Podcast, Netflix’s new season of Black Mirror and Modern Family.
This event is made possible thanks to support from our good friends at Tito’s, Levi’s, Gilead, equalpride, Grindr and AHA!
Austin Tyler (@theaustintylerhorrorshow) – New England born and raised & a decade long resident of Provincetown working as a comedic writer & storyteller, host, emcee and general nuisance. Austin has performed from one end of Commercial Street to the other and can tell you stories to make you laugh, to gross you out, or give you the creeps, hence the IG handle! Austin can be found at Crown & Anchor snacking and taking occasional work breaks.
Sureni Weerasekera (@sureni) – Sri Lankan-born, San Diego-raised, & New York-based stand-up comedian, actor, and writer. Sureni has performed at SF Sketchfest, Desi Comedy Festival, Oakland Comedy Festival, and Silicon Valley Pride Festival. She recently opened for Hari Kondabolu, Irene Tu, and Ashley Gavin.
Jared Goldstein (@heyjaredhey) – Wants you to know that he’s Gay. Asian. And Jewish; Please stop asking. Jared was selected as one of Time Out LA’s Comics to Watch 2019, The New York Comedy Festival Comics to Watch 2019, and was featured in the 2020 CBS Diversity Showcase. He has starred in Quibi’s Nikki Fre$h with Nicole Richie, appeared on ABC’s Modern Family, STARZ’s Counterpart with JK Simmons, TNT’s Rizzoli & Isles, CBS’s The Unicorn, and the feature film It’s Kind of a Funny Story starring Zach Galifianakis. Originally from Long Island, NY, he has also appeared on Saturday Night Live in a sketch written by Tina Fey and featuring Jimmy Fallon.
Maddie Wiener (@maddietwiener) – At 24 years old, she’s opened for Dave Attell, Nikki Glaser, Rich Vos, Tim Dillon, Robert Kelly, Joe List, Drew Michael, Jared Freid, Andrew Santino, and others. She was selected as a New Face at the 2021 Just for Laughs Festival, and recently taped a stand up set for Comedy Central. She has also appeared on You Up w/ Nikki Glaser on Comedy Central’s Sirius XM channel, and PAUSE with Sam Jay on HBO. She currently co-hosts the We’re Having Gay Sex Podcast with Ashley Gavin and is a regular at The Stand in New York City and Goodnights Comedy Club in her home state of North Carolina, and some weird bars in between.