Becca Beberaggi is a tiny brown human, writer, comedian, playwright and singer, born and raised in New York City. 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, The Upright Citizens Brigade and is currently a member of The Tank Theatre's TV Pilot Writing Program. In her spare time she edits humor blog called Lady-Saurus Comedy and contributes to various online publications.
Previously serving as the Assistant Comedy Producer and host for Comedy Night at Paste Magazine, Becca, currently produces and hosts a bi-monthly comedy show at Union Hall called, "So Many Problems", which is listed in Time Out NY's "Best Comedy Shows By Women in NYC" . She has also been featured in The NYT’s and has appeared at The Brooklyn Comedy Festival, The Finger Lakes Comedy Festival, Speak Up, Rise Up and She Makes Me laugh Femme Fest. Her solo show I laugh To Keep From Crying received a limited run at The Tank's Off Broadway Theatre Space in February 2018. Time Out NY called it "Heartfelt—and very funny—journey to self love."
She is also the creator of a new web series called, "B-SIDES", which has screened at Channel 101 and is an official selection in The New York Lift Off Festival, IndieFest 2018 and The Official Latino Short Film Festival 2018 (NY & CA).
In short, Becca is a tiny human who naps as regularly as she can.