Once a clueless immigrant who didn’t speak English, now an entitled American citizen. Seattle-based comic Bernice Ye has always been a rebel and outsider in both worlds. She explores themes that range from everyday life to feminism and cultural identity, combining humor with great insight. Bernice has performed in Northwest Women’s Comedy Festival, Crazy Woke Asians, Mutiny Radio Comedy Festival, San Diego Comedy Festival as well as shows all over WA, OR and CA. She is also a writer on The Syndrome Magazine, with the mission to empower women, one joke at a time. Don’t be fooled by her sunny, sweet disposition, this one knows how to bite.
I've been gigging since March 2018. However, I've been doing performing arts and dancing since 2005.
During COVID-19 times, I have been doing a lot of virtual comedy shows on zoom/livestream, produced by many independent producers.
But I did get to work with the following comedy clubs:
Tao Comedy Club (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
Flappers Comedy Club (Burbank, CA, USA)
Laughs Comedy Club (Seattle, WA, USA)
Comedy Underground (Seattle, WA, USA)
Columbia City Theatre (Seattle, WA, USA)
The Bookworm Comedy (Beijing, China)
Crazy Woke Asians (Los Angeles & Seattle, USA)
Dat Phan and Friends (virtual)
Villain Theatre Standup Show (virtual)
ExtraAF Comedy Fest (virtual)