Kate Moran is honored to be a co-founder and executive producer for Asian Comedy Fest.
Asian Comedy Fest (ACF) is the longest running NYC-based international comedy fest dedicated to elevating diverse voices within the Asian and Pacific Islander community. We at Asian Comedy Fest aim to continue to grow and expand our yearly festival, bringing needed attention to a scene bursting at the seams with new and exciting API talent, as well as supporting AAPI-owned small businesses and charities.
The inaugural ACF in 2020 featured a wide array of comedic acts including superstar and AAPI icon Ronny Chieng. After raising over $8000 for the non-profit Apex for Youth in 2021, ACF returned for its third annual edition on May 6th and 7th, 2022 in New York City. Helmed by the original creative team Ed Pokropski and Kate Moran, ACF 2022 promises to continue raising the bar. Follow us @asiancomedyfest on IG, Twitter and Facebook for more updates!
From 2019-2022, Kate Moran was the head writer and director of the sketch comedy house team for the People’s Improv Theatre, Church Social, as well as occasional director for former house team now indie powerhouse Road Pizza. She’s also been a guest director for the long-running sketch-to-stage-in-7-days show, Old School Sketch Show.
Click here to view some digital sketches from Church Social!
Kate Moran also serves as a sketch comedy and comedy video production instructor for the People’s Improv Theater.
Produced and hosted by Kate Moran and Emily Duncan, The Revolution was a popular live stand-up comedy show with NYC’s best women and non-binary comedians, performed every 2nd Saturday of the month at QED Astoria in New York City. The Revolution had a limited run as a podcast as well, with in-depth conversations with top women and enby comics during 2020.
Click here to listen to the podcast!