Why hire Hilary Schwartz?
Stand-up comedian and comedy writer. Feature or headliner for comedy shows. College, private parties, corporate, Jewish events, political.
Ranging from personal subjects to social commentary, Hilary Schwartz’s stand-up comedy is intelligent, poignant, honest, and somehow still adorable. She has been heard on XM Radio and seen on MTV. Hilary has been featured in TimeOut New York, Heeb Magazine, and The Washington Post. Hilary has opened for established comedians, including Dave Attell, Cory Kahaney, and Jonathan Katz. She was selected to perform at the 2010 and 2011 Women in Comedy Festival in Boston, was a finalist in the DC Improv’s comedy contest, and appeared in the long-running San Francisco show, Kung Pao Kosher Comedy.
Hers is a rare act that translates successfully from New York clubs to alterative showcases to road shows. With ten years experience as a stand-up, she has appeared at New York clubs, such as Carolines, Stand-Up New York, and Comix, and has been a regular presence on alternative shows in the city. Her comedy has taken her on the road from California to Canada, not to mention, Delaware.
Hilary tours regularly with the critically acclaimed variety show, Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad. Her comedic writing can be read in What Was I Thinking?: 58 Bad Boyfriend Stories, alongside Carrie Fisher and writers from “Sex and the City,“ a book featured on “The Today Show“. Her comedic writing was also tapped for the collection, Half-Jewish: A Celebration.
Ellen DeGeneres, Wanda Sykes, Woody Allen, Joan Rivers, Bill Maher.
Past Booked Dates:
02-07-2012 — Allentown BrewWorks