Applying It Liberally LIVE: 100 Days Down

Applying It Liberally LIVE: 100 Days Down

Hosted by Keisha Zollar and Andrew Kimler, Akilah Huges, Allison Kilkenny, Dylan Marron

Wed, April 26, 2017

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

$8.00 - $10.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

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

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Applying It Liberally LIVE: 100 Days Down
Applying It Liberally LIVE: 100 Days Down
The hit podcast Applying It Liberally is coming LIVE to Brooklyn to break down and tear up the first 100 days of the Donald Trump Administration - and they're bring some of the most brilliant young liberals in New York City with them.

Part "Summit of the Resistance". Part raucous comedy show. ALL an in-your-face reminder that Donald Trump is currently the most powerful man in the world - and only we can stop him.
Hosted by Keisha Zollar and Andrew Kimler
Hosted by Keisha Zollar and Andrew Kimler
Andrew Kimler has written and produced a number of projects, including the pilot A Snitch’s Diary and NBC’s Big Idea’s Bureau. Andrew helped develop and write the PBS pilot The Think Tank and is currently in preproduction for two pilots with American Sports Network titled Instant Replay’d and Balls Out. In both pilots he serves as a co-creator, co-Executive Producer, co-writer, and host/performer. Andrew also starred in the web series I Love You, You’re Wrong on IAF, and his videos have been featured on Glamour, Fast Company, and Comedy Cake.

Andrew’s a regular contributor to BustedTees.com, Medium and ManCaveDaily.com. You can see more at andrewkimler.com or read his random musings at @AndyKimy.

Keisha Zollar is an actor-writer-comedienne who has been seen on Netflix’s Orange is the New Black, Comedy Central, Nightcap, Middle of the Night, The Today Show, CollegeHumor, TVLand, Funny or Die, IAF.tv, Above Average, MSNBC, MTV, and UCBComedy. She is also in the TriBeca Film Festival award winning film Women Who Kill, the documentary Thank You Del that premiered at SXSW, and the Emmy award winning online series {THE AND}.

Keisha is currently a recurring character on the new HBO show, Divorce, starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Molly Shannon, Tracy Letts, Thomas Hayden Church and more. She has been featured by Glamour magazine, Fast Company, Paste magazine, etc, and has written for Bitch Flicks, FemSplain, and more. Her dark dramedy Residuals is currently in the second round of the Sundance Pilot Lab. Keisha’s podcast The Soul Glo Project can currently be found on the new NPR1 App and is currently in developing a new podcast for the Forever Dog Podcast Network. She is currently executive producing and comedy directing both an improv show and a sketch show for American Sports Network, and producing comic documentary An Uncomfortable Conversation About Race. She can be seen regularly at UCB with Astronomy Club and Dr. Snake, the PIT and PIT Loft with Gas Station Horror, and Electoral Dysfunction. More at www.KeishaZollar.com
Allison Kilkenny
Allison Kilkenny has previously reported for The Nation and has appeared on MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry Show, Up with Chris Hayes, and Democracy Now. One time, G. Gordon Liddy told Allison that her writing "makes him want to vomit," which is the nicest thing anyone has ever said to her.
Dylan Marron
Dylan Marron
Dylan Marron is a Drama Desk-nominated writer, performer, and video maker. He is the voice of Carlos on the hit podcast Welcome to Night Vale and he plays Ari on the critically acclaimed web series Whatever this is. He is the co-creator and performer of Ridgefield Middle School Talent Nite, a 17-character middle school talent show, currently playing monthly at the UCB. An alum of the New York Neo Futurists, Dylan wrote & performed in the hit weekly show Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind and wrote & directed The Human Symphony, a play entirely performed by randomly selected audience members via instructional mp3 tracks. He is the creator of Every Single Word, a video series that edits down popular films to only feature the words spoken by people of color. He is a writer & correspondent at Seriously.tv, a comedy news channel from Hearst.