Family, Friends & Fans! As we close out Women’s Month, come celebrate my Comedy Anniversary, Birthday, excuse to party with me at QED in Astoria on March 31! I’ll doing an awesome standup show with friends at NO NAME including Carole Montgomery, Liz Miele, Michele Carlo & Rhonda Hansome! Music by BinderSuze! $7 in advance $10 at the door.
Happy Women's Month! ... Well, March is more than Women’s Month. It’s also my StandUp Comedy Anniversary! I celebrate both with some amazing shows this month. Come to one. Come to all. But if you much choose, March 31, is the actual date that I first stepped on a standup stage and never looked back. Friends, Family, Fans: come commemorate the journey with me.
Part Weekend Update, part Daily Show, the G.E.E.K. Show will provide up to the minute satirical commentary on the issues of the day in Pop Culture, specifically of the “Nerd and Geek” variety. Co-hosts John Minus and Dillon Stevenson skewer the often ridiculous world of geek news. The show will also feature stand-up comedy from the areas most passionate comedians. At the end of the show we interview a comic about what they are geeky about, because we all are a geek about something.
This issue features the comedy of Leighann Lord, Ayanna Dookie AND Frank Conniff!!!
Science rapper Baba Brinkman (Rap Guide to Evolution) teams up with neuroscientist Dr. Heather Berlin (host of "Science Goes to the Movies" on PBS) to explore the brain basis of improvisation and comedy. What's going on "under the hood" when a comedian riffs or a rapper freestyles? Why are the spontaneous moments of life always the most memorable? Does anything actually rhyme with Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex?
A married couple in real life, Baba and Heather bring you the latest research on brain science and creativity while putting their odd-couple relationship under the microscope. Learn how a rapper seduces a scientist, how hard it is to solve a math problem while rapping, and how your subconscious mind influences your daily thoughts and feelings. Humorous, lyrical, and rich with subliminal stimuli, this is hard-core science communication at its best.
VIP tickets include 2 drinks and best seat locations.