When Rochesterians last saw homegrown comic/actress Abby Feldman, she was frequently performing her comedy routines remotely from her childhood bed room in Pittsford.Which was pandemic comedy, obviously, which might seem just like a non sequitur, but Feldman did what she could to produce fresh schtick throughout the worst times of COVID-19 (this really is written with hopes the worst days are behind us). She then had return to her parents’ home for six several weeks, departing New You are able to City because it erupted right into a coronavirus hot place — so that as comedy clubs, and many anything else for instance, shut lower.Now, Feldman is coming back to Rochester from La – she’s moved there from New You are able to City – for any Sunday, August. 8 show at 8 p.m. at Photo City Music Hall in Rochester. The title from the music-comedy show: “Self Evolution XPress.””Throughout the pandemic I believe a lot of things emerged for individuals emotionally, spiritually — and for me personally it had been lots of questioning who I’m, what my purpose is, etc.,” Feldman stated within an email. “Which means this show isn’t particularly concerning the pandemic whatsoever, but sturdy all individuals questions and insecurities and doubts and ponderings.”This show is inspired by my encounters with spirituality and meditation and yoga and all sorts of self-help stuff I actually do to try and stay sane, however that is also absurd and amusing on its own. Anybody the master of several very will most likely have the ability to relate.”Feldman stated she’s been in a comedy roll in recent several weeks. One good reason she gone to live in La was due to “more outside performance possibilities.””It’s wild,” she stated. “I’ve been performing on rooftops, beaches, in backyards and just lately indoor theaters and clubs taking safety safeguards. Zoom shows were fun but returning before an active audience feels so great.”Joining her in the Rochester show would be the local group Sirens and Stilettos, using their burlesque performances.Tickets can be bought at photocitymusichall.com or in the door, if still available.Contact Gary Craig at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 585-258-2479. Follow him on Twitter at gcraig1.