About the Pink Collar Comedy Tour

The Pink Collar Comedy Tour features New York-based comedians Kaytlin Bailey, Abbi Crutchfield, Carrie Gravenson, and Erin Judge as they bring cutting-edge, hilarious stand-up comedy all across the US and beyond. The Tour premiered in South Carolina in 2012 and has since played to packed houses in more than 36 cities, including Austin, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Toronto, San Francsico, Raleigh, and many more. The Boston Globe said it best: The Pink Collar Comedy Tour is "smart comedy by female comics."


Kaytlin Bailey is the founder of the Pink Collar Comedy Tour and performs regularly at the famous Vagabond Cafe in the West Village of Manhattan. Her nothing-to-lose honesty and brazen comedic style are sure to make you laugh, or avoid eye contact with your significant other...and mom. She is originally from Raleigh, NC, and she has appeared at the Cape Fear Comedy Festival and the North by Northeast festival in Toronto.

 

Abbi Crutchfield is a comedian, writer and actor from Indianapolis, IN. Her insanely popular @curlycomedy Twitter account boasts more than 22,000 followers! She produces two live comedy hours in New York City: The Living Room Show and Positively Awesome. You can read her work on Witstream.com. Abbi has been featured on VH1 and MTV as well as in national commercials.

 

 

Carrie Gravenson, a native New Yorker, won the 2009 New York Underground Comedy Festival’s Emerging Talent Stand-Up Competition and was a runner up in 2009′s Catch a Rising Star Stand-Up Competition. She was a semi-finalist in the Ventura Comedy competition and the She Devil comedy contest in 2012.  She also co-produces “The Tomfoolery Hour,” a popular monthly comedy showcase in New York City.

 

 



Erin Judge has appeared on Comedy Central’s "Live at Gotham" and at comedy clubs and venues all around the world. This Brooklyn native recently released her first stand-up album, So Many Choices (Rooftop Comedy Productions), to rave reviews. She has appeared at the Women in Comedy Festival, at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and in the pages of TimeOut New York, the Boston Globe, and the New York Times. Erin's humor writing has appeared all over the internet, including on Salon.com and the Good Men Project

 

 

The term "Pink Collar" designates a type of worker (just like blue collar or white collar), and it spefically refers to traditional "women's work," like nursing, child care, waitressing, or secretarial jobs. These four hard-working female comics bring their day job woes to the stage along with other stories and observations from their lives, and the result is a night of stand-up comedy that's loads of fun for everyone. 


So what are you waiting for? Come check out a show already!