Night Train with Wyatt Cenac

Night Train with Wyatt Cenac

Mark Normand, Tanael Joachim, Kyle Ayers, Eman El Husseini, Khalid Rahmaan, Sydnee Washington

Mon, February 27, 2017

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$5.00 - $8.00

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

*** Lineup subject to change *** Limited seating ***

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Night Train with Wyatt Cenac
Night Train with Wyatt Cenac
Hosted by Brooklyn-based comedy favorite Wyatt Cenac, Night Train show features comedy from the best local and international stand up comedians, and--at times--special guest appearances by musicians, local celebrities, and the occasional surprise only found in Gowanus.
Mark Normand
Mark Normand
Mark Normand was born and raised in New Orleans, LA, where at an early age he was exposed to the odd sides of life. As a kid he spent most of his time acting in plays and shooting short films. Mark started doing comedy right after college and quickly moved to New York. Mark now works comedy clubs and colleges across the country and has been involved in many festivals including Portland, Seattle, DC, Boston and most recently was featured at the Montreal Comedy Festival. Mark also recently appeared on the last season of Last Comic Standing. In NYC Mark now runs two independent comedy shows, one of which is recorded for a popular podcast called 'We're all Friends Here' on Breakthruradio.com.
Tanael Joachim
Tanael Joachim
Tanael Joachim is a standup comedian based in New York City but, born and raised in Haiti. Recently, he was featured on Good Day New York on FOX. Tanael has a very laid back, smooth, and conversational style and he jokes about race, society’s idiosyncrasies, and the inherent contrast between life in Haiti and America. Some people say his humor is smart and eye-opening; he would probably agree with these people.
Kyle Ayers
Kyle Ayers
Kyle Ayers is a comedian, writer, actor, and all of that sort, living in New York City, by way of his hometown near Kansas City, Missouri. He brings his satirical look at growing up in the small town to the big city, with a unique viewpoint on his generation, our childhoods, and daily life. He has performed at the Montreal Comedy Festival, Brooklyn Comedy Festival, and the Laughing Devil Comedy Festival.

He has written for the Roasts on Comedy Central and Friar's Club Roasts. He's written / writes for CBS and its Untitled Sports Show, the New York Times, the Huffington Post, BBC, Wired, Post Grad Problems, Buzzfeed, Yahoo's front page, and more. He also writes for the satirical sports website Korked Bats.
Eman El Husseini
Eman El Husseini
Since her comedy debut Eman El-Husseini has racked up an impressive list of credits. Traveling across Canada, the U.S and the Middle East she covers a wide range of topics, from how lesbians are the new gentlemen to her parents’ wedding anniversary landing on, you guessed it, September 11th.

A media darling of sorts, Eman has been featured in major Canadian newspapers such as The National Post, The Toronto Star and The Montreal Gazette. She has also appeared regularly on radio stations such as CJAD, CBC, and CKUT. Her TV credits include a half hour comedy special on CTV, Comedy Network and the iChannel.
Khalid Rahmaan
Khalid Rahmaan is a Fleetwood Mac fanatic, an adventurous eater and a Brooklyn-based standup comic. You can find Khalid integrating his gentrified Brooklyn neighborhood at his monthly show “It's Sooo Up & Coming”. When he’s not on stage, he’s giving his take on the news in the Headliner app on your iPhone as “khalidsays”. You should book Khalid by emailing him at krahmaan1@gmail.com – he was a Semi-Finalist in the 2015 NBC Standup Competition. He promises he doesn't usually speak in the third person.
Sydnee Washington
Sydnee Washington
Sydnee Washington was born in New York City but spent most of her childhood in Oakland, California. She has a laid back approach to life which makes the bite to her comedy only slightly more palatable. Sydnee co-hosts a super high energy and consistently funny monthly Comedy show in the Lower East Side called 'The Warm Up.' There she hones her skills for the various spots and hosting gigs she has where she consistently wins over the jaded New Yorkers who brave the City’s comedy scene. Her humor and view toward vanity, dating both sexes, and how to party safely as a woman are both unique and refreshing.