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About Me:

     Rebeca Trejo is a Denver-based standup comedian with a style once described by Josh Blue as “slam poetry with punchlines.”


Born in Venezuela, raised in Puerto Rico, Rebeca migrated to the mainland in 2014 to escape both communism and colonialism, so naturally she fled to…Louisiana.  


While living in New Orleans, Rebeca worked as a journalist as she pursued her dream of becoming a motivational speaker. She’d inspire others with her story of overcoming great odds! She’d change the world! But COVID changed the world first, and Rebeca had to quarantine with her two children full-time.


During isolation, she realized that since everything was a joke anyways, she might as well tell jokes too.  And since you actually have to become a better person to motivate others, Rebeca settled comfortably into being “average,” and now changes the world by connecting with the real sad people heckling her at the bars.  


With an infectiously positive, playful energy, Rebeca’s comedy covers the realities of being an immigrant parent in America, her Latina identity, and grappling with the fact that we really just are humans paying bills in a flying rock.  


When she’s not keeping her kids from choking on chalk, Rebeca performs nationally in both English and Spanish. She hosts and produces Me Meo Comedy Show, the only (!) Spanish-language stand-up comedy showcase in Denver. She was featured in the 2024 Netflix is a Joke Festival. She has performed at notable venues such as Comedy Works, The Hollywood Improv, The Ice House Comedy Club, The Denver Improv, The Comedy Fort, and has opened for Francisco Ramos, Angelo Colina, and Antonio Sanint, as well as Denver favorites John Novosad and Dr. Kevin Fitzgerald.

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