Julia Hahn’s Happy Hour with Cecilia Corrigan, Lorelei Ramirez, and Amy Zimmer

November 28, 2017

8pm

My name is Julia Hahn. I am 26 years old, and I studied Foucault and Bersani at The University of Chicago. I like to work with political institutions like The White House and the Goethe Institute. I previously worked at Breitbart and became Steve Bannon’s right hand woman. Steve asked me to come with him to the White House where I got my current gig as a special assistant to the President, specializing in communications.

After work, I take the train up to NY from Washington DC and bartend at Ludlow 38. I’ll do anything for money. Working at the White House pays pretty well but not as much as working at Breitbart used to pay.

I also enjoy bartending because I think that people who attend the events at Ludlow 38 have a problematic sense of self. Providing these people with liquid assets is an honorable political aim.

I’d really like to meet someone, but telling my dates that I used to study a philosopher who encouraged anal sex as a way to shatter your worldview led to a lot of unwanted follow up calls and emails. So I’m taking some time out to concentrate on friendship. I’m not interested in a history of solutions. I’m interested in a genealogy of problems. That’s why I asked some of my friends to come do standup comedy. They’ll do anything for the DEATH LOLZ…

Cecilia Corrigan is a writer and actor. As ISSUE Project Room’s 2016 Artist in Residence, she developed Motherland, a video and theatre project which went on to a run at The Brick Theater in July 2017. Cecilia’s work has been featured in The Village Voice, The New Yorker, The New York Times, 周末画报 (Modern Weekly), n+1, Interview Magazine, BOMB, Performa, and Artforum. She has written for and acted in film and television, including Crush (Dazed) and Luck (HBO). Corrigan’s comedic performances have been commissioned at The Duplex, The Kitchen, La MaMa, The Swiss Institute, and Artist’s Space.

Lorelei Ramirez is an artist, comedian, performer, and writer. She’s appeared on VICELAND and Adult Swim. Ramirez has performed at Caroline’s, UCB, Ars Nova, The Special without Brett Davis, The Chris Gethard Show, The Annoyance Theatre, BHQFU, The Cinderblock Comedy Festival, The Brooklyn Comedy Festival and has contributed to VICE’s The Creators Project, and Cracked.

Amy Zimmer is a comedian and writer.  She performs at venues all over New York City, and has performed at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade, the Annoyance Theatre, Ars Nova, BHQFU, The Cinderblock Comedy Festival, MoMA PS1 and the Brooklyn Museum. Zimmer hosts a monthly variety called “That Was Fantastic” at New Women Space in Brooklyn. Her work and writing has been featured in McSweeney’s, Reductress, The New York Television Festival, and The New Yorker.