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The Grown Folk Comedy Show (BYOBB)

Jimique "JP JUSTICE" Straker

Saturday, October 28, 2017 at 7:00 PM - Sunday, October 29, 2017 at 10:00 PM (EDT)

The Grown Folk Comedy Show (BYOBB)

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
General Admission - 8PM Nov 10, 2017 $20.00 $1.49
General Admission - 10PM Nov 10, 2017 $20.00 $1.49

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We are back at it again with another outragous comedy show for The South Bronx. 

Grown Folk Comedy Productions

The Grown Folk Comedy Show (BYOBB)
The Point CDC

Oct. 28, 2017
Tickets on sale now!

New York, New York, Bronx, New York, Hunts Point, New York
New York's own #1 Comedy Show is back at it with another great line up of laughs. For over a year and half Grown Folk Comedy Productions has been bringing you the funniest comedy shows right in your own backyard.

This month is no different!
Aaron Berg
Neko White
Spanky Hayes

Is bringing the funny this month along with a few other comedians to round out our line up.
We have 2 shows 8pm and 10pm
with 2 of New York's legends at the helm hosting
Cool Herm - 8pm
JP Justice - 10pm
Music By DjMario Harlem
It's a BYOBB EVENT which means you ball out as much as you want. (Bring Your Own Brown Bag). It's like having a indoor cook-out. You can even RSVP your own table (10ppl or more).
Birthday Parties, Bachlorette Parties, Office Outtings and Organizations are ALL WELCOMED with Group Discount after 10ppl.
- Ticket Sellers can make up to 50% of their ticket sales
Have questions about The Grown Folk Comedy Show (BYOBB)? Contact Jimique "JP JUSTICE" Straker

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940 Garrison Ave
940 Garrison Avenue
Bronx, NY 10474

Saturday, October 28, 2017 at 7:00 PM - Sunday, October 29, 2017 at 10:00 PM (EDT)

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Jimique "JP JUSTICE" Straker


“When you have both perseverance and talent, success is destined to come”



Jimique A. Straker - This 20-year veteran has established himself as a versatile comedian. His keen sense of audience observation is Seinfeldesque, enhancing his ability to make jokes about anything, under any circumstances.


Jimique was familiar with hard times, and the only thing helping him cope was his ability to make folks laugh. Born into a large family, there was always an audience, and he practiced often. Not surprising, Jimique’s switch to the big stage was only a matter of time once he overcame many of life’s small tangents. It was an insightful trip Jimique took to Africa, at the age of 18, that caused him to take a new look at his life and decide to complete high school. While attending a New York City college, he finally realized comedy was his calling, and that is when his career began.


Jimique is swift with snaps and handles hecklers with ease. These capabilities landed him his first big break in 1996, when the world famous Apollo Theater asked him to host their Amateur Night. During this rotation, he sharpened his skills and gained recognition as one of New York’s greatest hosts. He then went on to lead a variety of shows to success; including writing comedy for then popular 98.7 Kiss FM’s (New York) radio morning show with Isaac Hayes and Friends. Shortly after, Jimique created and co-produced a racy weekly stage variety show called “Wha Da Family”. He was head writer, producer and cast member; proving that live variety shows were still a viable format. Jimique was also the host of the nucleus of black comedy clubs in NYC, The Uptown Comedy Club.


Since then, Jimique’s stand-up routine has garnered television appearances on The Original Russell Simmons’ Def Comedy Jam, Comic View, Showtime at the Apollo, and Uptown Comedy Club. He has played the "chitlin circuit" and numerous clubs around the world, including headlining at the famous Caroline’s on Broadway, The Improv and Laugh Factory. He has opened for artists such as Chris Rock, Paul Mooney, Bernie Mac, LL Cool J and Tommy Davidson. His unique talent landed him hosting gigs for HBO Comedy Special, Black Expo (various cities), and the Miss Black Teen Pageant. Jimique also received an award from HBO’s Comic Relief benefit for Dedication to the Homeless.


At the start of the new millennium, Jimique changed his moniker to JP Justice, symbolizing he is a constant work in progress bringing audiences to their knees with laughter.


This articulate narrator of the world looks at life and answers through humor. Ready to take the world by storm, and having already left his mark, Jimique is destined for comedic stardom. Audiences are ready for his straightforward style. Are you?

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