All Organic Comedy Show, Drew Robertson

All Organic Comedy Show

All Organic Comedy Show & Open Mic! Part Open Mic, Part Show, All Organic... The All Organic Comedy Show is a NEW, monthly comedy open mic at The Evening Muse.

A comedy open-mic/show hybrid in a cozy room with all the beer and wine you will need to find it funny. Hosted by your certified Comedy Open Mic Host, Jake Manning, this open mic is a great place for all comedians, both novice and experienced, to try out new jokes, polish up old ones, avoid expensive psychiatric bills, or just hang out and enjoy the show.

This month's FEATURE PERFORMERS are:

Krish Mohan is a socially conscious Indian standup comedian and writer who regularly performs at small theaters, DIY venues, bars, comedy clubs, and colleges across the country. He focuses on idea based stand-up tackling race, religion, immigration, relationships, political and social issues.

Andrew Frank is a comedian based out of St. Louis. His cerebral, imaginative style and relentless ethic have resulted in four nationwide tours spanning a total of 52 cities. His love of language, philosophy, sociology, anthropology, and cosmology are on full display each time he takes the stage.

Sign ups are first come, first serve.

Drew Robertson

Drew Robertson is a comic living in Raleigh, NC. He is an artist and performer who likes to find the silly and strange in all aspects of life. At home on the stage, Drew has appeared, as a comic and performance artist in traditional comedy rooms, galleries, and performance spaces all over NC, parts of the country, and one time in London. He is a comfortable host and an energetic solo act.

Drew's goal is to mix artful experimentation with stand up comedy to create an experience that turns the viewer into a participant. Drew runs his own monthly show in Raleigh, and regularly performs throughout the Triangle. He also operates his own portable comedy club Cackle-Acky's™.

with your host: Jake Manning

Jake Manning is a pro wrestler, podcaster and a stand up comedian. Much like the title of his podcast Jake feels like a "Stranger in a Southern Land" because he moved to Charlotte for a 3 month internship that has now turned into a 10 plus year residency. Jake is able to articulate why he constantly feels like a visitor in a city that he calls home. His feelings of awkwardness are also expressed when he talks about his misadventures in love, his missteps in the world of performance art and his tales of wrestling as a over grown boy scout known as the "Man Scout" Jake Manning.



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