She’s worn the orange, gone behind bars and won a SAG Award but did you know that actress Lea DeLaria is also a headlining stand-up comic with a mean set of jazz pipes? After starring as the hard-edged yet lovable inmate Carrie “Big Boo” Black in the hit Netflix series Orange Is the New Black, DeLaria swept into the hearts of audiences and became a not-exactly-overnight sensation. Before showing off her impressive acting chops in OITNB, DeLaria spent a couple decades as a groundbreaking comedian and a Broadway star (On the Town, The Rocky Horror Show). To top it all off, she’s a widely-acclaimed jazz vocalist, who’s released five solo discs, including 2015’s House of David, which gives a swinging vibe to the catalog of David Bowie. Don’t miss this award-winning icon’s new show, Delightful Delicious DeLaria: Hot Jazz & Cool Comedy, at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco.