Becca Beberaggi

is a NYC based writer, comedian, singer, and performer. She has studied at various institutions such as The Stella Adler Studio Of Acting, T. Schreiber Studio, HB Studios, People's Improv Theatre, Labyrinth Theatre Company's Ensemble Workshop and The Upright Citizens Brigade. Currently, she is a participant in The Tank Theatre's TV Pilot Writing Program.

She's the editor of Lady-Saurus Comedy and has written for Elite Daily, XOJane, Paste Magazine, Quntfront, Slop Sandwich, YourTango and more. Her sketch writing can also be seen on Funny Or Die

She has served as the Assistant Comedy Producer and Host for Comedy Night at Paste Magazine and currently produces various shows all around New York City. Most recently she has appeared at The Brooklyn Comedy Festival, The Finger lakes Comedy FestivalShe Makes Me laugh Femme Fest and has performed at venues like The Creek & The Cave, Union Hall, The Tank, Upright Citizen's Brigade, The PIT, and more.

Her solo show I laugh To Keep From Crying will receive a limited run at The Tank's Off Broadway Space in February 2018. This show has been previously workshopped at the Peoples Improv Theatre in 2016 and QED: A Place To Show & Tell in 2017. Becca is also developing her 2nd solo show titled It's A little Gooey In There which was most recently performed at SOLOCOM in November 2017.

As a singer she has performed at The Metropolitan Room, Room 53, Ella Lounge, Caffe Vivaldi, Toshi's Living Room and more. You can also hear her on the new EP titled "Bless Mob", now streaming on iTunes, Spotify, and Band Camp.

Becca is a tiny human who naps as regularly as she can.