A LITTLE ABOUT NATALY

Her mom describes Nataly as really pretty when she makes an effort and her friends describe her as great when you get to know her. She is one of the producers of Tickling the Ivories, a weekly comedy show every Monday at Pianos in NYC's Lower East Side, recently featured on TimeOutNY! Catch her there and around the city (check show schedule!). She is also being featured on this year's 15th Annual Arab-American Comedy Festival in October at Gotham Comedy Club in NY (contact for show time/date).

Nataly is a Lebanese born and raised stand up comic based in New York City. 

For many years, Nataly graced her grandparents' living room as her main stage, ignoring her family's constant cries for some peace and quiet. After working as a writer at a production house in Lebanon throughout her University years, Nataly took a leap to pursue comedy in New York, a place where her family would no longer tell her to shut up (but everyone else would).

She talks about her past and present lives, how one affected the other, her family, her hot Lebanese friends, dating, her sexuality in Lebanon, her sexuality in America, her fears, her flaws, and everything that makes you a better person than she is.

A LITTLE ABOUT NATALY

Nataly is a Lebanese born and raised stand up comic based in New York City. 

After working as a writer at a production house in Lebanon throughout college, Nataly graduated from the American University of Beirut and immediately moved to NY to pursue stand up comedy.

Beirut, Circa 1999. Not Christmas.

She talks about her past and present lives, how one affected the other, her family, her sexuality in Lebanon, her sexuality in America, her fears, her flaws, and everything that makes you a better person than she is.

Her mom describes Nataly as really pretty when she makes an effort and her friends describe her as great when you get to know her. She performs all over the country at Clubs and Colleges (check out U. of Montana write up!) , was featured on TimeOutNY and has opened for Nimesh Patel (Saturday Night Live),  Gad El Maleh as part of his Dream Tour in DC, Canada and Dubai and most recently for Mo Amer (Colbert, Fallon, Netflix). Nataly also starred in Sofa So Good, a comedy short film by Noa Osheroff, which was an official selection at the Lower East Side Film Festival 2020 and the Woodstock Film Festival 2020 amongst others!

You can also catch Nataly regularly around NYC at New York Comedy Club, Caroline's on Broadway, Gotham Comedy Club, and more!