It would be a party without FREE SNACKS! This month we're thrilled to be giving away these crispy, crunchy, gluten free and vegan Roasted Broad Bean Crisp snacks from Enlightened! Could this be the healthy bar snack we've been waiting for? Let's all find out together! While supplies last of course.
Sasheer Zamata (SNL, This American Life) likes to party, spend time with friends and do shows. Watch her do all three of those things at the same time! There will be laughter, merriment, and probably a lot of booze.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to All Hands
All Hands Volunteers is a US-based, 501(c)3 non-profit organization that addresses the immediate and long-term needs of communities impacted by natural disasters by engaging and leveraging volunteers, partner organizations and local communities. Our vision is to demonstrate the power and value of volunteer service through the tangible work done, the hope it brings to suffering communities and the transformative experiences it provides for volunteers.
Sasheer Zamata is a comedian, actress, writer and current cast member on NBC’s “SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE.” She has appeared on TBS’s “People of Earth,” Amazon’s “Transparent,” Comedy Central’s “Inside Amy Schumer,” "Bojack Horseman," Seeso’s “Night Train with Wyatt Cenac,” and has voiced the role of “Maise” in Nickelodeon’s “Albert” and appears in the upcoming features, "Sleight" and "Deidra & Laney Rob A Train.” She also serves as ACLU's Celebrity Ambassador for Women's Rights. Her one-hour standup comedy special, "Pizza Mind" debuted on March 30th on SeeSo.
Hari Kondabolu is a Brooklyn-based comic who the NY Times has called “one of the most exciting political comics in stand-up today.” He has performed on Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel Live, CONAN, John Oliver’s New York Standup Show, and has his own Comedy Central Presents special. A regular on the NPR circuit, he has appeared on Fresh Air with Terry Gross, All Things Considered, Studio 360, Morning Edition, The Moth...among many other programs. Hari was a writer and regular on-camera contributor on FX’s Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell. In 2014, he released his debut standup album "Waiting for 2042" on indie-label Kill Rock Stars and recorded his sophomore album "Mainstream American Comic" in Portland, Oregon at Mississippi Studios was released July 22nd, 2016.
Kevin Barnett is one of the fastest rising comics in NYC. He is also a cool guy, who doesn't usually smell, and showers relatively regularly. He can be seen on Comedy Central, College Humor, and is a panelist on MTV's #FAIL. He can also be seen in the independent film 'How to Follow Strangers' and in Mike Birbiglia's feature film, Sleepwalk With Me, to be realeased later this year. Kevin was a standout new face at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival this past summer, a writer on MTV2's Guy Code, and co-host one of the best podcasts in NY: The Roundtable of Gentlemen.
Sonia Denis is a New York-based comedian by way of Chicago, IL. Sonia’s stand-up can be described as confessional, frenetic and another cool adjective.
Sonia was recently named one of Comedy Central’s 2016 Comics to Watch. She will be at this year’s Bridgetown Comedy Central. Sonia has also performed at the Riot LA Comedy Festival, The High Plains Comedy Festival, The Onion & A.V. Club’s 2nd Annual 26th Annual Comedy Festival, The Comedy Exposition, All Jane No Dick Comedy Festival, The Crom Comedy Festival, The SCOUT CHICAGO Festival of 2015 & 2016, and The Chicago Women’s Comedy Festival.
She was a writer and performer in Second City’s critically acclaimed Black Side of the Moon in Washington, DC. Her writing has been featured on McSweeney’s Internet Tendency and Brightest Young Things. She co-stars in the web series Brown Girls, which has been featured on NPR, Vice/Broadly, and Fader.
Grey Reverend is the solo project of songwriter L.D. Brown. He began the project in 2005 while living in Philadelphia P.A, focusing on guitar and voice as a primary means of expression. Raised on a variety of musical genres, L.D. began playing the saxophone at age 9, but didn’t discover his main instrument, the guitar, until the age of 22… L.D’s first years in Philadelphia as a writer were spent performing and recording with other artist such as Steve Gunn, Jack Rose, Chris Powell, and Cynthia G Mason. L.D was also studying music theory on his own and learning from his mentor, the legendary guitarist Pat Martino.
A sea change occurred in L.D’s approach to the guitar when he was diagnosed with a neurological disorder called Focal Dystonia, which limited the use of both of his hands and temporary sidelined his career… Determined to find a way to keep playing, “Grey Reverend” was born out of a desire to write his own music from simple song formula while maintaining a textural complexity which he found to be lacking at the time in contemporary acoustic music. In 2006 L.D. moved to New York City, where he currently lives, and spent most of his early time there writing songs and performing them for Rats and People in the subways. “It was a good experience”…
Signed to Ninja Tune/Motion Audio Records in 2009, and with two LPs “Of The Days” 2011, and “A Hero’s Lie” 2013, Grey Reverend has toured the United States, U.K and Europe in support of these releases. Grey Reverend’s music has been showcased on MTV, ABC ,NBC, HBO ,BBC and other networks worldwide, and has been featured on NPR’s All Things Considered…
Besides currently working as a guitarist and vocalist with “The Cinematic Orchestra” UK, L.D. has collaborated with a wide range of artist around the world. Bonobo, Fink, Lou Rhodes of Lamb, Cynthia G. Mason, members of Wilco, Tortoise, as well as many others… He claims that music is a means of connecting with the rest of the world…
In describing Grey Reverend’s sound, David Garland of WNYC radio in New York put it eloquently when he said “As Grey Reverend, LD Brown makes compelling songs with reverence for the grey, undeﬁned areas of style, and without concern for standard musical, or social expectations.”