Comedy: Christina Pazsitzky

Cincinnati is known for having some of the country’s best comedy fans.

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Christina Pazsitzky

Cincinnati is known for having some of the country’s best comedy fans. Whether it’s catching a comic at one of our local clubs, supporting open mic nights or watching the division rival Cubs stumble through another World Series-less season, folks in Cincinnati enjoy a good laugh. Christina Pazsitzky knows a bit about that: Her husband and fellow comic Tom Segura is from here. “I love Cincinnati audiences,” she says, “and I’m not just saying that. I recorded my first comedy album, It’s Hard Being a Person, in Cincinnati. I also love Cincinnati chili.” On stage, Pazsitzky isn’t afraid to get a little silly. That comes from her background writing and doing voices for animation. “It helped me incorporate that silliness into my act and that fearlessness. You have to be fearless voicing animation or it will fall flat,” she says. Thursday-Saturday. $8-$14. Go Bananas, 8410 Market Place Lane, Montgomery, gobananascomedy.com.

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