Becky Robinson She Gone Tour

Originally from Portland, Oregon, Becky Robinson is an LGBTQ+ LA-based comedian, writer, actor and voice-over star. You may also know her as the “Entitled Housewife”, the outspoken viral golf character Becky created to help spread laughter during the pandemic. Her explosively unique character antics and viral videos have racked up millions of views and fans across social media. Becky’s one-woman show, The Heavy Pour Tour sold out in theaters, comedy clubs and country clubs across the country September 2021 – 2022.

She’s back on the road again with an all-new variety show starring Becky’s wild cast of original characters. Becky Robinson: The She Gone Tour starts in 2023 including international dates. Always committed to connecting with her fans, Becky launched Start at Birth, an original podcast series capturing hilarious memories, behind the scenes stories and moments of vulnerability.

In addition to touring internationally as a stand up comedian, Becky was named a JFL Montreal New Face of Comedy where her stand out multi-character performance landed her a sketch show development deal and a number of voiceover jobs with DreamWorks, Nickelodeon and Netflix. In 2016, Becky was cast on MTV’s Wild ’N Out with Nick Cannon where she also put out a Wild ’N Out Stand Up Special. Becky was the voice of “Parker J. Cloud,” an exuberant former rain cloud on a mission to brighten up everyone’s day, in Nickelodeon’s all-new animated series Middlemost Post

Cincinnati’s King Records: A Musical History – feat. Ben Levin

Jazz at the Memo Presents

Cincinnati’s King Records: A Musical History – feat. Ben Levin

An evening of music and stories about Cincinnati’s King Records, which produced some of the finest rhythm and blues in the 1950s and 1960s. The show will be led by Cincinnati native and recent UC grad Ben Levin, who has performed this music professionally since he was 16 and will be teaching an OLLI course on the history of King Records in Fall 2023.

Featuring Ben Levin (keyboard), Aron Levin (guitar), Walter Cash (bass) and Art Gore (drums)

Doors at 6:30p, Show 7:00 – 9:00p

About Jazz at the Memo: Bop your winter blues with Jazz at the Memo as the popular series returns to the beautiful and acoustically superb Anderson Theater at Memorial Hall. Enjoy the finest of Cincinnati’s thriving jazz scene, including some of the region’s premier women and BIPOC artists, in intimate and often surprising performances. Fantastic acts making their JATM debuts in 2024 include boogie phenom Ben Levin, vocalist Wendell Anderson, the Luso-Brazilian fusion of Duo Rocha Gandara and the Four Strangers Quartet with their tribute to John Coltrane.

Subscription packages now available! Don’t want to miss a beat of jazz this winter? Purchase our Jazz at the Memo subscription package and receive reserved seating for all 17 winter performances, representing a savings of $64 in ticketing fees.

Beginning in May, the party moves outdoors! Join us across the street for Washington Park’s “Jazz in the Park,” Monday evenings through October (excepting holidays); and for Fountain Square’s “Jazz at the Square” programs, Tuesday evenings May through September.

Learn more HERE.