The Roast of Your 15 Year Old Self

The Roast of Your 15 Year Old Self

Some of NYC's funniest comedians come together for one night only to roast the one person everybody loves to hate: themselves at 15. With photos, old diary entries, and the occasional angst-filled musical number, The Roast Of Your 15 Year Old Self is a laugh riot guaranteed to make you feel better about all the embarrassing things you did as a teen.

Alise Morales

Alise Morales is a comedy writer and performer. She is an improviser on UCBT's Lloyd Night, and a contributing writer for websites such as Betches and Reductress. In 2012 she was featured a featured standup in MTVU's College Quickies series and she is a member of the video sketch trio Horrible Insane Girl, which premiered on IFC's Comedy Crib in May 2015. She is one of the hosts of the Important Shit That Doesn't Matter podcast as well as many live shows including Cool Show (not lame) and The Roast of Your 15 Year Old Self. You can see her performing all over the city and in festivals across the country.

Jesse Roth

Jesse Roth is just your typical jewish girl based in New York City. She's originally from Los Angeles, so she likes to consider herself a "bicoastial babe". She studies improv, sketch and characters at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. She is a member of the indie team Babies, one half of comedy dance duo Two Boobs, the "she" in improv/sketch duo She & Tim , and host/producer of the monthly variety show Bitch Party. She also performs stand up around NYC. ​ ​She watches a lot of t.v. and eats a lot of chips.​ ​

Dave Mizzoni

Dave is a writer, actor, and choreographer who lives in Harlem and "loves it!" David is a proud NYU/Tisch Alumni who has created content featured on such websites as Funny or Die, Huffington Post, College Humor, Comedy Central, Mashable, Elite Daily, Reductress, and FOOD NETWORK (goals!!!) He has performed all over the country at festivals like Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival, Toronto Comedy Festival, Boston Comedy Arts Festival, and such epic NYC venues as Radio City Music Hall and The Beacon Theater. David is a UCB graduate, and devoted audience member. He loves a nice cheese plate and Big Little Lies. Check him out at davemizzoni.com

Jes Tom

Jes Tom (they/them) is an actor and weird queer stand up comic. Born & raised in San Francisco and now based in New York, Jes's comedy gleefully provides the nonbinary queer Asian American radical cyborg perspective that everyone never knew they wanted. As a comic, Jes has shared stages with Awkwafina, Kate Bornstein, Aparna Nancherla, and Rosie O'Donnell. Their writing has been published in Condé Nast's Them, and they appeared in the Funny Or Die short film "Soojung Dreams of Fiji." In collaboration with fellow comedian Chewy May, Jes Tom wrote, co-directed, and starred in the viral video Ghost In The Shell PSA, which received praise on platforms such as Buzzfeed, Upworthy, Nextshark, iO9, and Perez Hilton. Jes has been featured in GO Magazine, Splitsider, and the Fader, and were named one of TimeOut New York's "LGBTQ POC Comedians We're Obsessed With." Their first half hour comedy special, "COLD BREW" is available to watch on Vimeo. Follow Jes on Twitter @jestom and Instagram @jesthekid.

Michael Cruz Kayne

Michael is a Filipino-American comedian who performs, writes, directs, and produces at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York City. As an improviser, Michael has been seen in ASSSSCAT, What I Did For Love, and Baby Wants Candy. On the web, he's been in videos for Improv Everywhere, Funny Or Die, Above Average, reddit, and College Humor. He played Harry Potter in UCB's Kirk Cameron Repertory Players present A HARRY POTTER MUSICAL. He's appeared in both the stage and MNN versions of The Chris Gethard Show. At UCB he directed the two-person musical Fucking Identical Twins. He was a Creative Consultant for Billy On The Street and wrote for @midnight's pilot presentation.. A pilot he co-wrote and starred in, Good Dads, was recently screened at NYTVF. Terrible Babysitters, a webseries that he created with D'Arcy Carden, was part of SXSW's 2014 comedy line-up. Additionally, he wrote for Nickelodeon's Creative Lab and is the head writer of UCBComedy's Digital Team The Backyard. Michael is the founder of The Ally Program, a diversity initiative (endorsed and supported by UCB) that identifies talented and motivated UCB students and offers them mentors and free workshops.

Larry Owens

Larry is a performer, writer, director, and comedian residing in New York City.

He is a staff writer on upcoming TruTV show Paid Off, where the winner of each show will receive full student loan debt relief. Awesome!

Larry recently completed his first feature film, To Dust, opposite Matthew Broderick. Named one of TimeOutNY's "comedians we're obsessed with " Larry studied drama and improvisation at the School at Steppenwolf.

$8 Advance / $10 Day of Show

Tickets available at door.

** 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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Union Hall - Brooklyn