The Educated Guess Science Fair, Hosted by Steven DeSiena and Colin Burgess

The Educated Guess Science Fair

Hosted by Steven DeSiena and Colin Burgess

Wed Feb 24

7:00 pm

$5.00 - $8.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

***Lineup subject to change***

The Educated Guess Science Fair
The Educated Guess Science Fair
The Educated Guess is back for another year with more quirky dioramas, tri-fold cardboard, andRelive the days of questionable premises on tri-fold cardboard and paper-mâché planets with the Educated Guess, a comedy-show-slash-science-fair now in its third year. Comedians Steven DeSiena and Colin Burgess challenge their favorite comedians to turn littlefield into a school cafeteria for one night only in this grade school throwback. Come for the fair and stick around afterwards for a comedy show with some of the most scientific performers around.

Check out the show Vice calls "pure comedy magic" and most scientists call "false".
Hosted by Steven DeSiena and Colin Burgess
Colin Burgess is an Brooklyn-based comedian and video-maker. He puts on fun-ass comedy variety shows around the the greater New York City area, including Strangers: A Live Comedy Show Featuring Comedians I have Never Met, Parental Approval: A Comedy Show for My Parents, and Late Mic: NYC's Only Late Night Talk Show Open Mic. He performs LIVE stand-up comedy all around at places like Littlefield, UCB, Bell House, Union Hall, and WFMU. He has made appearances in web videos for Comedy Central, IFC Comedy Crib, and Seriously.TV, and on public access television for The Special without Brett Davis, and Chris Gethard's 12 Hour Election Special. He is actually a very busy guy, if you couldn't tell, and has a lot of other stuff going on too.

Steven DeSiena is a comedian, musician, and producer born and raised in New York City. His work has been featured in the Brooklyn Comedy Festival, on web shorts for IFC, Comedy Central, televised on "The Special Without Brett Davis", and on stages such as UCB, the PIT, and Magnet Theater, among others. As a composer, he has scored multiple live shows, videos, and full-length plays, including the cult favorite “Cartoon Monsoon”.​
Venue Information:
635 Sackett St
Brooklyn, NY, 11217