The Rejection Show Valentine's Day Heartbreak Haven
Lizz Winstead, Dave Hill: The One Man Heat-Bringing Machine, Sara Benincasa, Mandy Stadtmiller, Eliot Glazer, Elna Baker, Adam Wade, Katina Corrao, Ted Travelstead, Tom Shillue, Jordan Carlos, Bridey Elliott, Giulia Rozzi, Liam McEneaney, Blaise Kearsley, The Defibulators, Colleen AF Venable, pie by the slice by Daly Pie!
622 Degraw st.
Brooklyn, NY, 11217
Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
The Rejection Show Valentine's Day Heartbreak Haven
The cult-favorite live comedy series, The Rejection Show is back with it's "Super Bowl" of Rejection Shows, celebrating Valentine's Day with an evening of its best breakup, heartbreak, and love related performances/stories from shows past, present, and future --blending into an evening of love songs, live music, and a party.
If you're single, feeling alone, rejected, don't have a date or simply don't like traditional Valentine's Day routines then Littlefield is the place to be on Valentine's Day 2016!
Don't feel left out, happy couples. ALL ARE WELCOME to party and see some hilariously heartbreaking performances.
"Find someone to french!"
Hosted by Jon Friedman
Featuring FAST, FUN, HEARTBREAKING performances from some of NYC's top comedians, storytellers and writers.
As co-creator and former head writer of The Daily Show and Air America Radio co-founder, LIZZ WINSTEAD is one of the top political satirists in America. As a performer, LIZZ brought her political wit to The Daily Show as a Correspondent and later to the radio waves co-hosting Unfiltered, Air America Radio’s mid morning show, where she brought on board Hip Hop legend CHUCK D and political big brain RACHEL MADDOW. LIZZ’S talents as a comedian and media visionary have been recognized by The New York Times, The Washington Post, Entertainment Weekly’s 100 most Creative People issue and has brought numerous television appearances, including Comedy Central Presents and as a regular contributor for MSNBC’s “The Ed Show” and “The Joy Behar Show.” Most recently, Lizz wrote and produced an independent pilot of her Off-Broadway hit, “WAKE UP WORLD, a show Rachel Maddow called, “The funniest thing I have seen in years.”
Dave Hill: The One Man Heat-Bringing Machine
Dave Hill is a writer, performer, musician, actor, comedy-type person, artist, and thinking man living in the Big City, New York to be exact. He has written for the New York Times, Salon, HBO, Blender, The Huffington Post, and so much more. He stared in the show “King of Miami” on the MOJO network, and has also appeared on MTV, Comedy Central, VH1, and Cartoon Network. Dave hosts the hit show The Dave Hill Explosion at UCB Theater, and is also a member of rockin' bands like Valley Lodge, Children of the Unicorn and his most recent outfit, Diamond Snake.
Sara Benincasa is a comedian and author who often helps out with co-hosting duties for the live, L.A. version of popular podcast "RISK!", presented by her friend and mentor Kevin Allison of "The State". She is currently in the middle of "This Tour Is So Gay" lecture tour, spreading love and acceptance of the country's LGBTQI community. Pick up her memoir "Agorafabulous! Dispatches From My Bedroom" and her YA novel "Great" right now.
New York Magazine's "Unwifeable" dating columnist. "Girl Talk" columnist at Penthouse and host of comedy podcast "News Whore."
Eliot Glazer is a writer and comedian who has trained at the Upright Citizens Brigade since January 2007 under Will Hines, Charlie Todd, Joe Wengert, and Bobby Moynihan. With his sister Ilana, Eliot co-produces the High School Talent Show. Additionally, Eliot is an editor at Urlesque.com], and the creator of My Parents Were Awesome [myparentswereawesome.com], while is available in book-form on Amazon and in Barnes & Noble.
Elna Baker is a New York-based writer, actress, and comedian, and host of the wildly popular variety show--The Talent Show. She has performed with The Moth, on This American Life, Studio 360, Radiolab, BBC Radio 4, at the Upright Citizens Brigade, The PIT, The Magnet and at many other comedy clubs throughout New York City. Her show, "If You See Something, Say Something", premiered at the NY Fringe Festival and under the direction of her mentor Elizabeth Swados, she also created "Mexican-Morman" (La Mama Etc.), and "A Book of Over-Dramatic Confessions." She’s written for ELLE Magazine, Glamour, Five Dials and The Onion. Elna has also appeared in The New Yorker…or a really bad picture of her did, but hey, that counts. In 2007 and 2008 Elna was awarded residencies at Yaddo and The MacDowell Colony, and most recently, her book "The New York Regional Mormon Singles Halloween Dance" was published by Penguin.
Adam has been performing in New York City for the past ten years. He is a record SEVENTEEN-time StorySlam Champion at The Moth ("New York's hottest and hippest literary ticket" by The Wall Street Journal), and a TWO-time GrandSLAM Champion (2006, 2009). He's also been featured on The Moth's Podcast. Adam has also served as the warm-up comedian for COMEDY CENTRAL's Tough Crowd With Colin Quinn, and for CNBC's John McEnroe Show.
Photo: Benjamin Cromie
KATINA CORRAO is an actress, comedian, and writer living in NYC. She just finished a dream job writing questions for The Newlywed Game and warming up The Jenny McCarthy Show! You may have seen Katina on Comedy Central, OWN, HBO, College Humor, Barely Political (with the Key of Awesome), Late Night Republic, and on VH1‘s Big Morning Buzz Live and Best Night Ever. She’s been nominated for an ECNY for Best Female Comedian and has appeared in numerous web series including Jack In A Box (Winner of Best Web Series at the 2010 NYTF) and Kid Farm! on ComedyCentral.com. She has an award-winning series of her own called The Good Neighbor Minute, which explores Katina’s desire to be the nosey neighbor in a sit-com. She has been featured in Time Out New York, Reader’s Digest, Broadway World, and in New York Magazine’s Vulture section. She loves seltzer water with lots of ice and is literally the only comedian in New York City (and probably Los Angeles) who is writing a sit-com pilot starring herself.
Ted Travelstead is an actor and writer for Vanity Fair. He is a co-author of "Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk." He has written for VH1 and been published in Esquire, Radar,Premiere, Maxim, McSweeney’s, and Women's Health.
Time Out New York called Tom "Professionally Clever," and the title fits. He is "One of the finest comics working the NY clubs today," and has gained a world-wide following with his highly praised Comedy Central Special and his top-selling CD, Overconfident. He recently performed his one-man show "Supernormal" at The Green Room, in which Time Out NY said he "really [shone] as a performer and a wit." The New York Times called him "Inspired," and the New York Post said, simply, "Brilliant." Backstage named him the Top New York Comic, saying "There isn't anything Shillue can't do", and fans on the Comedy Central website voted Tom one of the top ten comedians in the country in their annual showdown.
A product of a 'Huxtable-like' upbringing, Jordan Carlos, is a
Brooklyn-based stand up comic brought up on the mean streets of suburban North Dallas where he was the only black kid in class and at all the Bar Mitzvahs. He’s appeared most notably as Stephen Colbert’s black friend “Alan” on the Colbert Report, and performed his stand up on Comedy Central’sLive at Gotham,” The Montreal “Just for Laughs” Comedy, and various New York Comedy Festivals. “
Bridey Elliott is an actress, comedian, and playwright living in New York City. She has appeared on Late Night with Conan O’Brien and Late Show with David Letterman. Bridey has also performed comedy with her sister Abby Elliott.
Giulia Rozzi is a comedian, writer and actress that's been seen on Chelsea Lately, Comedy Central's This is Not Happening, The Jim Gaffigan Show, TruTV, Lifetime and Vh1. She's a MothGrand Champion, a TEDx speaker, and the co-host of the Hopefully We Don't Break Up podcast. As writer, she's worked on MTV's Girl Code and Silent Library, TV Land's Younger and Bravo's Odd Mom Out. Her new album True Love was recently named one of SiriusXM's top comedy albums of 2016 and one of the 100 Best Things Of 2016 by The Comedy Bureau. More at giuliarozzi.com
Liam McEneaney is a comedian, writer, and producer from New York City. Starting with a college tour at the age of 19, he has headlined across the United States and throughout Europe. At the age of 24, he was tapped to appear on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend. He spent two seasons as a regular panelist on Vh1’s Best Week Ever, and more recently, he appeared on IFC doing stand-up on their interstitial series Comedy Drop. He also appeared on the Showtime special Caroline Rhea & Friends.
In 2013, ASpecialThing records released his critically-acclaimed album, Comedian. It debuted at number 38 on the iTunes comedy bestseller chart, and at number 16 on the Amazon comedy chart. Liam also produced and starred in his own concert film, Tell Your Friends! The Concert Film! with some of his buddies like Reggie Watts, Kurt Braunohler & Kristen Schaal, and Christian Finnegan.
Blaise Allysen Kearsley is a writer, artist, storyteller, and the
creator, producer and host of How I Learned, and she also does some other stuff, too. She's read or told stories for The Story Collider, Steamboat, Mortified, Cringe, Literary Death Match andIn The Flesh and has also appeared at P.S. 122, Lolita and Bowery Poetry Club. She was recently awarded a writing fellowship in Vermont where, among other things, she got electrocuted and maybe almost killed a horse.
Likened to watching “Hee-Haw on mescaline”, The Defibulators wield an arsenal of guitars, banjos, fiddles, and junkyard percussion, with relentless energy and virtuosity. The Defibulators jump-start new life into vintage country music and deliver a unique sound that’s anything but old timey. Razor sharp harmonies by Bug Jennings and Erin Bru, along with dark and surreal lyrics, illuminate songs that are gritty and witty; spinning tales of deception, debauchery, depleted bank accounts, fanaticism, vintage firearms, biological anomalies, airline intoxication, and animal ennui.
Colleen AF Venable
Colleen AF Venable is a graphic novel and YA author who's books include HAMSTER AND CHEESE, FISH YOU WERE HERE, and the upcoming KISS NUMBER EIGHT. She's written sketch shows for the Upright Citizen's Brigade theater, was co-host of Fluff Radio Review, and is co-creator of the internationally celebrated Lumberjack Day (lumberjackdaydotcomwastaken.com). She lives in Brooklyn, but can also be found in the pages of the latest RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT for her internet-famous connect-the-dots tattoo. An obsessive diary keeper and former horrible person (as evidenced by said diaries), Colleen hopes to one day grow enough sense to burn them all...but til then she'll share some of them with you.
pie by the slice by Daly Pie!
One lucky winner will receive a free Valentine's Day pie from Brookly's own Daly Pie! Slices will also be available for purchase before the show. // Daly Pie is owned and operated by Meghan Daly. Meghan grew up in the green mountains of Vermont, where she honed her baking skills with her Mom in the family kitchen. A long-time resident of Brooklyn, Meghan is excited to bring her classic yet unique Pies to the greater New York City Area and more importantly to your mouth. Get your pie fix @dalypies or www.facebook.com/mydalypie
$10.00 - $12.00