Rising from small-town Wisconsin, Stephanie Hasz attacks the stage with the same vigor with which she attacks herself. Her raw honesty about being a single young woman with a propensity for short hair-cuts and tough-guy jackets has made her one of the loudest, most unique voices in the Chicago comedy scene. Stephanie’s fearlessness and specificity as she unravels her own life into a microphone resonates with audiences of all kinds, and has made her one of the most-discussed comedians in Chicago.
Stephanie has performed at clubs including Zanies and UP Comedy Club, as well as alternative rooms and venues such as the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, the Hideout, Chicago Underground Comedy, and The Creek and The Cave. The AV Club called her one of “the city’s most exciting up-and-comers,” and Time Out Chicago described her as displaying “a fury and vulnerability rarely seen from female comics.” She has also been featured yelling about things in the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago RedEye.
Press, Podcasts, etc.
I guess I’m hot now.
The Fine Gentlemen’s Club released some audio from one of the most fun nights of my life.
I chatted with Adam Cayton-Holland about Crom Fest on My Dining Room Table.
I told Kevin O’Brien all about my favorite joke for These Things Matter.
An awesome review of a Shine Box show.
Standup Mixtape in the Tribune.
Fire & Ice on You Could Be Dead.
A cool shout-out in this WBEZ interview with Dan Telfer.
Oh look, they said my name in Time Out.
Brandon Wetherbee and I fell in comedy love on this edition of You, Me, Them, Everybody Live!
James Fritz and I harassed Peter-john Byrnes on another episode of This Week in Despair.
I got serious about NATO and Bigfoot with Jason Earl Folks and Peter-john Byrnes on This Week in Despair.
Backstage Chicago interviewed me upside-down.
James Fritz tried to make me talk about sports on an episode of You Could Be Dead.
Dan Friesen is kind of a doll.