Night Train with Guest Hosts The Kondabolu Brothers

Night Train with Guest Hosts The Kondabolu Brothers

Rojo Perez, Chelsea Hood, Carmen Lagala, May Wilkerson, + more!

Mon, May 8, 2017

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

$5.00 - $8.00

This event is 21 and over

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

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Night Train with Guest Hosts The Kondabolu Brothers
Night Train with Guest Hosts The Kondabolu Brothers
This week's edition of Night Train will be hosted by the wonderful Kondabolu Brothers!

HARI KONDABOLU
Hari Kondabolu is a standup comedian who has appeared on Conan, Jimmy Kimmel Live, John Oliver’s NY Standup Show and has his own half-hour special on Comedy Central. He is also a writer for “Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell” on the FX Network. His website is harikondabolu.com and you can find him on Twitter at @harikondabolu.

ASHOK KONDABOLU
Ashok Kondabolu was the hypeman “Dapwell” of the now-defunct rap-group Das Racist. He is also the creator of the online interview/documentary series “Chillin’ Island” and is a DJ on the East Village Radio show of the same name. His website is dapwell.com and you can find him on Twitter at @dapwell.
Rojo Perez
Rojo Perez
Rojo Perez is a New York based comedian. He grew up in Puerto Rico, which helped him form the humor you see in him today. After moving to Florida for college, he began doing stand up at the age of 20 in local clubs and small café’s in Central Florida. Since moving to the Northeast, he has become a regular in the NY comedy scene. His comedy shows a confident story-based humor with sprinkles of observation. Rojo is a regular at The Creek and The Cave in NYC. He recently performed at the New York Comedy Festival and was featured in the 2012 Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland, OR.

Photo: Mindy Tucker
Chelsea Hood
Chelsea Hood
Chelsea Hood is a stand up comedian living in Brooklyn, NY. You may have seen her on The CW Network's Eye Opener, or CW33's Nightcap. She was also featured on Stand Up Records' "Texas Mess" album recorded at SXSW. If you'd like to see her perform live, her shows are listed on this here website.

She stumbled into the performing arts at an extremely young age, but didn't really get cast in anything until high school. She went on to get a her BA in Acting from Illinois State University with a concentration in vocal performance. She's studied improv at both Second City in Chicago, and Four Day Weekend in Fort Worth, Texas.

Chelsea's style of humor is observational and pleasantly self-deprecating. Some of the comics she has been delighted to open for include; Jay Mohr, Donnell Rawlings, Maria Bamford, Ralphie May, Richard Lewis, Pauly Shore, JB Smoove, Paul Rodriguez, Tom Green, Michael Winslow, Bobby Lee, and many more.

Some of the well known clubs and venues she's had the privilege of performing at include The Comedy Store, Caroline's on Broadway, The House of Blues Dallas, The Addison, Houston, and Arlington Improv, Upright Citizen's Brigade NY, the Lincoln Lodge (Chicago), a long list of prestigious bar basements across this country, and on the bed of a tractor trailer in a field in Texas in the middle of an ATV park.
Carmen Lagala
Carmen Lagala
Carmen Lagala began doing comedy in her hometown in the state of Vermont. She tours with "The Vermont Comedy Divas," and its charitable branch, "Divas Do Good," which performs to raise money for human-service non-profit organizations. She won the "Higher Ground Comedy Battle," was a finalist in "Vermont's Funniest Contest," and performed in the Boston's Women in Comedy Festival.
May Wilkerson
May Wilkerson
May Wilkerson is a Brooklyn-based stand-up comedian and staff writer at Someecards. Her writing has appeared in the Huffington Post, Salon and Anxy, and her comedy has appeared on Lifetime. She can be found performing at clubs and bars all over the city or crying on the Q train.