After graduating from McGill University, Jamie Rabinovitch moved to New York City to pursue a Masters in Creative Writing (Fiction) at The New School '17. Rabinovitch currently produces live comedy shows in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Her previous, long-running shows include All Kidding Aside - an all-female, themed comedy show and Casual Town - a comedy show held in a private Karaoke room at Sing Sing Ave A (featured in Timeout Magazine and selected for the 2018 New York Comedy Festival). Rabinovitch produced Kelsey Caine's Graduation Comedy Gala at Carolines on Broadway, which was featured in Timeout Magazine. Rabinovitch produced a 90-minute show called Sunday Scaries at The Delancey, and a 90-minute showcase at House of Wax that was featured in both The New York Times and Timeout Magazine. She produced a 90-minute show called Off-Off-Off Broadway at The Slipper Room, and produced Bike Laugh Heal: Finally Getting Off with Mara Marek and Andrew Collin, a comedy charity event for domestic violence awareness at Sound Lounge Studio. She recently produced Get It Girl - a 90-minute show where all proceeds went to RAINN, followed by a 90-minute after-party sponsored by various sex and body positive brands. Rabinovitch produced Clean Up on Aisle 3 hosted by Kelsey Caine, Fareeha Khan, & Marcia Belsky at Arlene’s Grocery. Currently, Rabinovitch recently produced Hard Pass by Katie Compa at The Duplex Cabaret Theatre with Little Lamb Recordings. She also produced Comedy and Queens starring Benito Skinner at Gold Sounds for The Trevor Project.

Rabinovitch works with comedians with credits including Netflix, Hulu, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Conan on TBS, Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Comedy Central, NY Times contributors, New York Comedy Festival, Sirius XM, Just for Laughs, 2 Dope Queens, San Francisco Sketchfest, Vice, BET, Clusterfest, etc.

Rabinovitch was selected to produce the 2019 Coca-Cola Regal Films short that will be shows in Regal Cinemas across the country.

The Darling of Comedy”
— Casual Town