Kat Lizarraga is a Los Angeles born, Boise-based comedian, laughing her way through awkward encounters and crying mostly in public places. She’s a regular at the ol’ comedy stages in Idaho, but mostly she just haunts old Sketcher warehouses.
At some point, Kat started writing down everything she said that would make people laugh. Kind of like a journal if the objective wasn’t to keep secrets but to remember whether or not friends were laughing at her, or with her. Now, with a notebook full of jokes, a bumbling set of hand gestures, and an inner voice that sounds like Dani De Veto, Kat found a way to share these unconventional stories.
Since the beginning of that notebook, Kat went from performing at unattended bar shows, to featuring for Emma Arnold, Sophie Hughes, and Ian Karmel. She has been in the 208 Comedy Fest, Comedyfort, Floodwater Comedy Fest, and is currently recuperating from performing every week on zoom shows exclusively for her therapist.
Listen to Kat as she circles back her self-deprecating stories in somehow relatable fashion, leading audiences with her through every grimacing turn. And if it fails, at least she thought it was funny.