Fortune Feimster doesn’t need luck or, well, good fortune. She’s made her name in the entertainment world by just being damn funny, which is not to say she’s been an overnight success. Her experience includes being on Last Comic Standing in 2010, a writer on Chelsea Lately, and appearing in comedies such as 2 Broke Girls, Workaholics, and Glee, usually bit parts. Many of us first encountered her on Netflix’s The Standups in 2017. Her riotous half-hour set covers coming out and Southern identity: “There has only been one time in my entire life where it was difficult to be gay … and that was when the gay community declared war against Chick-fil-A,” she says, mourning their biscuits. She’s delightfully self-effacing and similarly witty in her solo Netflix standup special Sweet and Salty. These days, she’s embracing and being embraced by her community; she’s been featured on RuPaul’s Drag Race, The L Word: Generation Q, and (the spiritually queer, if not actually) Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar. Don’t pass up your chance to see her in person. Jan. 8, 2022, at Lincoln Theatre. $35.