Night Train with Guest Host Giulia Rozzi

Night Train with Guest Host Giulia Rozzi

Eliza Skinner, Alison Leiby, Justin Williams, Clayton English, Robert Dean, Michelle Buteau

Mon, April 17, 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 Guest Host Giulia Rozzi
Night Train with Guest Host Giulia Rozzi
This week's edition of Night Train will be hosted by the wonderful Giulia Rozzi!

The weekly 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.
Eliza Skinner
Eliza Skinner
Eliza Skinner is a producer, writer, performer, lover and fighter in Los Angeles. She has appeared on TBS’ Are we There Yet?, Showtime’s PopTudors, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, MTV’s Damage Control, and opposite Cheri Oteri in AMC’s LifeCoach. Her writing has been featured in Glamour, Cracked, CollegeHumor, Pop Tudors, and PRI’s Fair Game With Faith Salie. She has written and directed numerous digital shorts which have quickly become viral favorites on Digg, Funny Or Die, and College Humor. Her films have also won many festival awards including Audience Favorite awards from the 48-Hour Film Project and Iron Mule Film Series. Eliza is also one half of the award-winning Off-Broadway musical improv group I Eat Pandas (ECNY Award for Best Improv Group) and a cast member of Baby Wants Candy.

Photo: Matt Hoyle
Alison Leiby
Alison Leiby
Alison Leiby is a comic and writer based in New York. She started in comedy with storytelling, performing on shows and podcasts like Risk!. Currently still doing stand up and storytelling in the city, Alison produces and hosts the show It’s a Long Story at UCB where stand ups tell their long, funny, and true stories that audiences rarely get to hear in a regular stand up show. As a writer, her work has appeared in VICE, The Onion A.V. Club, and The Hairpin, among other sites and publications. She also co-authors the comedy fashion website, Heavy Browsing.
Justin Williams
Justin Williams
Hailing from Kansas City, Missouri, Justin Williams is black and comfortably middle-class. Justin developed his sense of humor as a defense mechanism because moving between divorced parents caused him to always be the “new kid” in school. So it was either be the nerd or the funny nerd. Justin chose the second option, mainly because Steve Urkel was huge back then. Since moving to New York City, Justin parlayed that awkward energy into a unique stand-up act, complete with deadpan delivery and a knack for sarcastically pointing out the absurd. As one of New York City’s funniest up-and-coming comics, Justin has performed at comedy festivals across the United States and Canada. He has also been featured on Comedy Central’s Jokes.com, SiriusXM’s Raw Dog Comedy, The Elite Daily and Men’s Health Magazine.

In 2012, Justin released his debut comedy film, “Justin Williams: Black and Comfortably Middle-Class.” It has screened at the Philadelphia Independent, Best Shorts (winner Award of Merit for Humor) and Friars Club Comedy Film Festivals.
Clayton English
Clayton English
Clayton English, best known as the winner of this season's Last Comic Standing and for his role as ‘Peanut’ on TYLER PERRY’S HOUSE OF PAYNE. An Atlanta native, he has taken his stand-up routine from LA to London and has been making audiences laugh throughout the country on screen and on stage. His performances are not to be missed as he is truly one of the rising new faces in comedy. Clayton was also featured as a "New Face" at the Montreal Comedy Festival.
Robert Dean
Robert Dean
Originally from Connecticut, Dean has been living and performing comedy in NY for over six years. He recently headlined Caroline’s on Broadway as part of their Breakout Comedy Artist Series, was a finalist in the NY's Funniest Competition, and a Regional Finalist in Comedy Central's Up Next. Dean has been featured at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival and in Time Out NY and performs nightly at the best venues and shows in New York and around the country. Dean made his Television debut as Sexy Abraham Lincoln Lobster Man on Comedy Central’s Half Hour with Nick Vatterott. Robert Dean produces a popular weekly stand-up show in Brooklyn, the What About What About Bob? podcast, and does a mediocre Alan Alda impression.
Michelle Buteau
Michelle Buteau
Michelle Buteau has appeared on 'Last Comic Standing', Comedy Central's 'Premium Blend', Key and Peele, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and Paramount Comedy Network's 'The World Stands Up' show. She was a favorite at this year's Bumbershoot and Bonnaroo Festivals and HGTV's '25 Worst Mistakes' series can't get enough of this hot talent. Michelle has also shared more then her opinions on VH1's 'Best Week Ever', MTV's 'Walk of Shame', and the Oxygen Network's 'Kiss & Tell' series. Check out the latest issue of Glamour magazine where Michelle dispenses '..some hilarious..' dating do's and don'ts. When she isn't touring the country performing at colleges, Michelle hosts 'Travelzoo Unleashed' for Travelzoo.com. 'Buteaupia' is her premiere comedy album available on www.filmbaby.com. Catch her on stage when you can and see comedy's mistress blend her Jamaican-Haitian sassiness and girl-next door quality into a show that is anything but routine.