Oh, Such A Good Show, Oh!
Ethan Beach, Josh Nasser, Django Gold, Nore Davis, Tessa Skara, Arti Gollapudi, Joe Castle Baker, Zach Zimmerman, Rachel Kaly, Solomon Georgio
702 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11215
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 7:30 PM
This event is 21 and over
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Oh, Such A Good Show, Oh!
The most exciting and greatest best comedy/variety show in all of the big world! Hosted by Ethan Beach & Josh Nasser, this stand-up/sketch/all-around excellent fun good-times silly has played host to many famous illustrious comedy comedian luminaries, and will continue to do so right now! This will be the most fun you have all year, guaranteed, without a doubt, and the most laughs, and you'll probably see some animals, which is a big plus in your book.
Ethan Beach is an actor/writer/director living in New York City. He writes, performs, and does a lot of comedy stuff, as well as filmed stuff in all different arenas. He mostly does very weird comedy that confuses the audience and people who know him also. He has been featured in projects for MTV, The Best Show with Tom Scharpling, Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, and he was in a commercial for the book prequel to "The Maze Runner." Ethan was born in Canada and has citizenship in the United States now. "Hey, this is Ethan Beach, writing this message. I figured I'd send a personal message to my fans, so here it is. Enjoy the message!" - Ethan Beach
Josh is an actor, writer, and comedian based in New York. Primarily he does improv/character comedy and has performed at many venues in the city including, UCB, The PIT, The Magnet, The Players Theatre, Stonestreet Studios and Under St. Marks. Recently, he was apart of the Off-Broadway musical, PharmaBro, as Kyle/Understudy for The Wu-Tang Clan. He has also been featured on onmogul.com as an NYC comedian to look out for in 2018. Currently, Josh co-hosts a networking variety show at the Creek and the Cave entitled Seth and Josh Need to Network, which has included performers who have been on Late Night with Seth Myers, Comedy Central, and the show was recently featured in show listings for Ground Floor Comedy. He is also a proud actor/director, with the Story Pirates, an educational organization that performs hilarious stories written by kids. You can follow him on twitter @yeshuanasser.
Django Gold is a stand up comedian and writer in New York City. Currently he is a writer for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Formerly a writer at The Onion as well as contributing writer for The New Yorker. Django can be seen performing around NYC.
Nore Davis is a New York-based comedian who delivers an energetic performance filled with witty quips and sharp punch lines, combined with an amazing stage presence. He has appeared on Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer, HBO’s Last Week Tonight, MTV’s Nikki & Sara Live, Sasheer Zamata’s Play Time, The Artie Lange Show, HBO’s Boardwalk Empire and will appear in the upcoming feature Go/Don’t Go in 2019. His standup can be seen on Conan, and he has appeared in many videos on College Humor and was featured on WNYC 2’s Dope Queens Podcast with Phoebe Robinson & Jessica Williams. Davis also wrote on Seriously.tv and on Jessica Williams’ Comedy Central pilot. His self-produced Amazon special You Guys are Dope is out now, as well as his most recent album, Too Woke, which released November 2018 on Blonde Medicine.
Tessa Skara is a comedian, musician, and (in the words of her middle school bully Ashley) a weird bitch. Tessa's comedic performances have been featured at The Public Theater, Joe’s Pub, The Bell House, Littlefeild, The Annoyance, The Brooklyn Comedy Festival, and Every Shitty Gay Bar In Brooklyn. Her solo rock cabaret, Rock Goddess, was recently featured at Ars Nova and The Duplex. Tessa was a part of the musical sketch group Pop Roulette, with whom she was named one of Comedy Central's Comics to Watch in 2015, performed at sketch festivals around North America, and whose musical "Amazing Earth" ran for a year at UCBT Chelsea. You can see Tessa as a drunk girl in HBO's "Crashing," a coke head in the “The Detour” and hopefully a heroin addict in a feature film sometime soon. Find out the secret to life at www.tessaskara.com and @witchbitchxoxo
Arti Gollapudi is a Brooklyn based performance artist who is currently getting her masters in Performance Studies at NYU. She curates & hosts Yourself, Your Body at UCB East and Comedy CUNT at Bluestockings Bookstore every other month. Recently, Arti curated a funhouse of rejection NO DICE featuring original artwork, installations, & other people's work as well centered around the feelings of desire, fear, repudiation, & acceptance.
Joe Castle Baker
Joe Castle Baker is a Brooklyn-based comedian and writer. His work has been presented at Ars Nova, Joe's Pub, and La MaMa ETC. He hosts a monthly show, Mixed Greens, at Over the Eight. His previous show Thank Goddess was featured in The Village Voice's "This is Stand Up" series.
Zach Zimmerman is a stand-up comedian, writer, producer, and host. With pieces in The New Yorker and McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, he’s been profiled in New York Magazine, Vuture, and Splitsider for his unique, provocative, vulnerable comedy. Recently named a 2019 TimeOut NY Comic to Watch, Zach’s first comedy album “Clean Comedy,” debuted at #1 on the iTunes Comedy charts and hit the Billboard Top 10 Comedy Albums. He's a new game show host on Scruff's new in-app queer quiz show, and is the creator of NYTimes-featured QueerEyeRL, an improvised Queer Eye parody and 100 People in a Room, an interactive social experiment appearing at ARS Nova on June 18. Prior to relocating to Brooklyn in 2017, Zach trained and performed in Chicago, appearing with Baby Wants Candy and The Second City Theatricals. He is a proud first-generation Princeton University graduate, and an out queer vegetarian atheist.
Rachel is a queer Middle Eastern American NYC-based comedian and writer. She is a contributing writer for ClickHole and performs all over town and sometimes on TV. She hosts a monthly show as a violent and manipulative Ellen Degeneres.
Solomon Georgio burst into comedy with his own brand of indignant irreverence. He flawlessly intertwines biting social commentary with stories of his life as an openly gay African immigrant.
Solomon had his television debut in February 2015 as the featured comedian on CONAN, and followed it up with appearances on Drunk History, The Meltdown with Jonah & Kumail, This is Not Happening, Viceland's Flophouse and Last Call with Carson Daily.
On October 20, 2017, Solomon's first half hour comedy special premiered on Comedy Central Stand Up Presents. His debut album with Comedy Central Records, Homonégro Superior, is also now available.
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**PLEASE NOTE: This event will be mixed seated/standing. Arrive early for best seat selection.
*Individual performer appearances subject to change without notice.
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