- 18 & over
Stand Up Ny: Valentines Day Weekend: Ashley Morris + Jay Jurden + Ryan Reiss
- Ticket Price: $0.00
- Door Time: 8:00 PM
- Show Type: Comedy
18 & over
Ashley Austin Morris’ career as a versatile actress and comedian began off Broadway, performing in the hit Die Momma Die opposite Charles Busch and in various other shows, including Love Loss and What I Wore, which featured legendary comedians Rosie O’Donnell, Sherri Sheppard, and Judy Gold.
Ashley has made numerous appearances in television shows, including The Good Wife, Desperate Housewives, Ugly Betty, I Just Want My Pants Back, and The Big Bang Theory.
Feature film roles include Art Machine, Generation Umm with Keanu Reeves, and the soon to be released Premium Rush with Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
Ashley is also an accomplished stand-up comedian and can be seen performing in clubs and theaters across the country, as well as performing a sold out run of her hour long show So Close…In a Parallel Universe in New York’s DR 2 theatre.
Ashley can currently be seen daily playing Francine Caruthers on the 7-time Emmy Award winning series the Electric Company on PBS and can be heard as the voice of Francine on the cartoon Prankster Planet.
Ryan Reiss is a comedian, writer and actor based in New York City. Ryan began his career as a comedian while attending college at NYU, and quickly became a favorite act on the scene.
Ryan's quick wit, instant likeability and unique way of engaging any audience have made him one of the most sought after comedians at the New York City clubs and a favorite audience warm up performer. Ryan can be seen daily entertaining Fox studio audiences for the "M & J Morning Show", "Huckabee", "Centerstage" on the YES Network, and "Fox and Friends".
When not performing live Ryan has been seen as a host on WE's hit series "Three Men and a Chick Flick," MTV's TRL, Nickolodeon "U Pick Live", Fox "Red Eye", "M & J Morning Show" and "Howard Stern Show."
In addition to his television appearances, MTV took Ryan to Cancun where he wrote and co-produced "Jimmy Fallon and Drew Barrymore's Spring Break Face Off." He also helped develop ideas, and served as a staff comedy writer for Spike TV.