Monday September 17
Tuesday September 18
A mix of actually-good standup, actually-funny music, and not-boring comedic readings.
A free stand-up comedy show hosted by Joe Pera, Dan Licata, & Charles Gould.
Wednesday September 19th
Once a month Phil Stamato, Daniel Raderstrong, and Fumi Abe gather together comics you might recognize from Comedy Central, MTV, Conan, and more with the express purpose of amusing you with a series of things that are probably "Nothing Important."
We even invite dogs onstage to do tricks. You’re going to love it, and your dogs are going to love it. Unlike at the dog run, people without dogs are also welcome.
As part of the Brooklyn Comedy Festival, The Fancy Show presents a line-up of some of the best comics from NYC.
Comedians You Should Know showcases the very funniest comedians the Greatest City in the World has to offer in the Spare Room of Brooklyn's Gutter Bar!
Thursday September 20
Flawed police officer Jim Arnaud (Jim Cummings) lives a shambolic life made worse by his mother's passing. Unable to change his life for the better, his only stability comes in the shape of his daughter (Kendal Farr) who he tries to her father in the best way he can.
Nimesh Patel works as a writer for Saturday Night Live. In 2017, he became the first Indian American writer on SNL. He has written for the White House Correspondents' Dinner, Comedy KO, the 2016 Oscars with Chris Rock, and lots of other cool stuff.
Kevin McDonald (The Kids In The Hall) performs a live old-school variety hour that features famous friends, musical acts, new sketches, and uninhibited tomfoolery!
A stand-up show produced by Erica Spera, Naomi Karavani, Shelby Taylor, and Melissa Stokoski regularly taking place Fridays at Halyards in Brooklyn.
John Gentle, a pitiable former adjunct college professor and self-published poet from New Jersey, presents his delusional one-man show, an unfortunate collection of gauche stories and lewd poems about his past lovers and his, ugh, “Mama.” Written by and starring Andy Kaufman Award-winning comedian Brett Davis.
Friday September 21
DRIB is a cinematic re-enactment of the entire story, a no-holds-barred satire of L.A. advertising culture told by Amir Asgharnejad, the person who lived it all. To avoid a lawsuit from the brand in question we invented our own: DRIB.
Hilarious and unrelenting, Turner Masters Memory Hospital is a vicious new satire from Catherine Cohen and Steven Markow.
Through song and dance, Joe and Conner will say thank you to the $6.035 billion gentle giant Viacom. Performances by Joe and Conner's friends TBA as well.
Seek Treatment is a playful, fun, and flirty podcast where beloved and criminally under-famous comedians Catherine Cohen and Pat Regan talk about “boys, sex, fucking, dating, and love.”
The Daily Show Writers Stand-Up Tour makes a stop at the Brooklyn Comedy Festival for a night of political-ish comedy.
An insane live variety show NOT hosted by comedian Brett Davis but instead an assortment of crazy hosts, some of the best names in alternative comedy, musical guests, and celebrities like Gilbert Gottfried, Rose McGowan, Michael Shannon and more! Catch a special live edition of the show!
Saturday September 22
Featuring HBO’s Animals creators Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano, plus more TBA.
Josh Johnson, is a standup, writer and performer from Louisiana by way of Chicago. He is currently a writer on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and has been featured on Kevin Hart’s Hart of the City. Josh’s next stand-up special will be released on Netflix in 2018.
Comedian and human Myq Kaplan has conversations with friends about the work of their lives (as represented by broccoli) and the joys of their lives (as represented by ice cream).
The ONLY live animated comedy show where comedians perform while animators draw along with them live on a screen projected behind them.
OSFUG constructed a personalized comedy experience that will plumb the depths of your psyche and challenge your conceptions of life and death itself. You are the master of your fate as you spin the dreaded wheel of options. Audience members will enter, one at a time, for an immersive experience created just for them.
UCB Theatre's long-running improv show serves you an hour of criminally insane comedy.
50 comedians doing one-minute rants on any pop culture pest of their choosing.
Check out rising stars and established comedians working their best material at the Big Weird comedy show.
Sunday September 23
Featuring writers from the most popular late night television shows.
Brett Davis loves to do laundry, so he started a podcast to talk about this universal topic with his friends in comedy! For this special live edition of the show, Brett welcomes comedy legend Janeane Garofalo!
Never Sad presents a night of never-before-seen comedy videos and shorts, submitted each month by NYC’s top comedians and filmmakers. Curated and hosted by Jed Feiman and Nehemiah Markos (The New Yorker, Funny or Die).
You are going to turn Gay, and you are going to love it. You will also enjoy the improv show we put on for you.
Comedians perform short, humorous PowerPoint presentations on a diverse variety of subjects (Black holes! Taxidermy! Genghis Khan!) guaranteed to entertain and educate you. Hosted by Doogie Horner.