Here are a few reasons to celebrate National Humor Month at the Echoplex with some of the hottest and funniest comediennes.

Ayana Hampton provides a libido that you can sing along to every time with her cabaret approach to comedy.

While Jeanette Rizzi looks cute and innocent like your sweet, young neighbor, her edgy sense of humor will catch you off guard and make you laugh till your face hurts.

Fortune Feimster is quickly taking the comedy scene by storm. This Southern charmer is a member of the Groundlings Sunday Company and after Thursday’s show can next be seen on the new season of “Last Comic Standing.”

Coming off of her comedy tour of New York City, Kristin Key presents her quick wit and rapid-fire observational storytelling with a quirky twist of just plain silliness.

Los Angeles native Meg Swertlow’s comedy is filled with wild and real-life adventures, as well as her own wacky perspective on that crazy little thing she calls life.

Georgia Van Cuylenberg, “The Girl from Down Under,” will be making us smile as she makes fun of the silly things we all do with her own Aussie style.

Cat Davis’ mother says that she’s raunchy. Cat herself says she’s just high energy with a quick, healthy blue streak and a love of play, and you will agree.

Best known for her daring karaoke renditions of modern classics, Pamela Walt graces the stage looking like a supermodel while providing super funny insights about daily life.

Selene Luna may be Margaret Cho’s co-star on “The Cho Show,” but seeing her perform on stage proves that her star also shines just as bright on its own.

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