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Wednesday, January 8, 2020 7:30 PM
Stand Up NY, New York, NY
  • 16 & over
  • Two drink minimum
  • $18 Two Drink Minimum per person
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  • Ticket Price: $20.00
  • Door Time: 7:00 PM
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Tags: Entertainment, Comedy Club, Comedy Show
  • Restrictions: 16 & over
    Two drink minimum
    $18 Two Drink Minimum per person
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Sancocho is an hour long special starring comedians Dee Nasty and Sasha Merci. The show will open with a candid, yet hilarious conversation ranging everywhere from identity politics, sex, latin moms, hair and the jarring differences between NY and LA. Followed by a 15 minute bit by one of their favorite comedians and closing out with Dee and Sasha performing their own stand up bits. The show has it all from an introspective view on the Latina experience mixed with a lot of blunt humor.  
About Sasha Merci & Dee Nasty
Dee Nasty and Sasha Merci are the new Latinx voices from Uptown New York. Two Dominican-American Latina comedians, that speak on social settings as well as politics, dating and whatever else pops into their heads. In a heavily photo-shopped world, Dee Nasty and Sasha Merci have no filter-on or off the gram- and are on their way to break social norms on how women should ‘behave’. Growing up in The Bronx gave them the edge that only growing up in the BX can bring. They’re blunt like Cardi, got jokes like Desus and Mero and charm like JLo. Sasha and Dee are not afraid to get their hands dirty or laugh at their many struggles. No topic is off limits.

Darlene Demorizi AKA Dee Nasty 
Dee Nasty Instagram Here

Dee Nasty, is a stand-up comedian, actress, and host/producer for several VICE franchises including Dee on The Street, Blunt Reviews and Smokeables.  A second-generation Dominican-American from the Bronx, Dee embarked on her career by using her Instagram page as a platform to post skits and rants to her followers. These sketches satirized everything from her personal experiences as a twenty-something millennial in the dating world, to embarrassing predicaments in everyday scenarios. She quickly accumulated a following of over 128,000 people. Alongside Sasha Merci she starred in a leading role for the 2019 HBO Latino Film Fest Closer, De Lo Mio. The film also premiered in The Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival and The 2019 BAM Film Festival.  You can find Dee perform her sets throughout the New York Comedy Scene and has performed at the Comedy Cellar’s Village Underground, The Stand and several other venues. 
Sasha Merci

Sasha Merci Instagram Here
Sasha Merci Medina was born in the Bronx, NY to immigrant parents from the Dominican Republic. Moving from home to home, Sasha found stability through creativity and used her imagination as an outlet to escape the hard times. She enjoyed binge-watching and drew inspiration from Comedy Central’s Stand up specials, sitcoms like The Fresh Prince, Novelas like Marimar, and classic cartoons like Tom and Jerry. Always the creative, Sasha would participate in school plays until she attended the Amas Musical Theater and landed her first a role on an off-off-broadway venue, The Players Theater titled Sprang Thang.  Here she was able to discover her love for combining  singing, acting and comedy. She took her talents to Instagram where she used the platform to express herself comedically.  Her raw, unfiltered material helped her to build a massive following organically and she went on to collaborate with other comedians including, Dee Nasty, Ken Starrz, and Khadi Don.  Her growth online inspired her to co-create her web series,  Dating Has No Merci, which earned the #1 spot in the “Top Five Web Series to Watch in 2017” on DHNM motivated her move to Los Angeles and since then has hosted several franchises on digital platforms including Complex, Mitu, and MTV. Sasha starred as Rita in the indie film De Lo Mio, which  has been viewed in several major film festivals across the country, including HBO Latino’s Film Fest, BAM, and the New Orleans Film Fest.