Night Train with Guest Host Giulia Rozzi

Night Train with Guest Host Giulia Rozzi

Dan St. Germain, Merrill Davis, Monroe Martin, Rob Haze, Joel Kim Booster, Drew Michael, Jamie Lee

Mon, May 15, 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.
Dan St. Germain
Dan St. Germain
Dan St. Germain has been seen on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, The Electric Company, MTV2′s Guy Code, MTV’s World of Jenks, MTV’s New Years Eve Bash, VH1′s Big Morning Buzz, Spike TV, and Hoppus on Music. He’s also been featured on Comedy Central.com’s Indecision 2010, College Humor Live, Jokes.com, Atom.com, and in ad campaigns for Bushmills Whisky, Pre-play, and Fins. He’s written for the Onion Sports Network, Onion News Network, Silent Library, Hoppus on Music, and been featured on WTF with Marc Maron, Keith and the Girl, and Sirius Radio. His shorts have appeared on the front page of Funny or Die, Best Week Ever, and The Huffington Post. He appeared as a “New Face” at the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival in 2011 and has also been a part of the Eugene Mirman, Bridgetown, New York, Ars Nova, Hoboken, UNC, and Boston Comedy Festivals. He’s a 2009 ECNY nominee for Best Emerging Comic, a 2010 ECNY nominee for Best Male Standup, a Finalist in the NY Comedy Contest, a Semi Finalist in the Boston Comedy Festival, and selected as part of the Young Playwrights Festival in 2002. He’s the co-creator of the two man show They Hated Each Other which ran at UCB and co-produces the annual Auld Lanxiety and Wrestlemania Woodshed. Check out Dan in the upcoming film Wifed Out and on John Oliver's NY Standup Show.
Merrill Davis
Merrill Davis
Merrill’s comedy brings a sense of wisdom, sideways perspective, and self-effacing charm to the stage. Merrill has been featured in Another Period on Comedy Central, Comedy Dynamics on Hulu, "And Punching The Clown" with Henry Phillips (which is premiering at this year's SXSW Film Festival), and Image Doctors on Funny or Die. She regularly features for friends Jamie Lee and Debra DiGiovanni at The Irvine Improv, The Hollywood Improv and UCB. Additionally, she currently co-produces two popular shows in LA, Witch Hunt at The Virgil with Debra DiGiovanni, and In Our Heads at Cafe Dabang in Koreatown with Doug Mellard. Merrill also travels and performs all over America. She will be in your city soon! Come see her! Even if she's not in America!
Monroe Martin
Monroe Martin
Rising comedy star Monroe Martin mines laughs from an unusual source - growing up in foster care and being moved from one dysfunctional home to another. With a very honest, open approach to storytelling and an engaging personality, Martin effortlessly turns his childhood of hard knock experiences into comedy gold.

He attended the Community College of Philadelphia, but dropped out to pursue comedy wholeheartedly, because he couldn't imagine doing anything else. Seven years later, Martin's creative and charismatic comedic voice has created a buzz within the New York comedy circuit and earned him respect among his comic peers. He was given his own Breakout Artist Night by the famed Caroline's Comedy Club in New York City, where he got to book and headline his own show in 2013.

Martin currently performs all over the country. He has appeared on "The Artie Lange Show" on DirecTV and will be seen on the second season of "Adam Devine's House Party" on Comedy Central as well as the third season of "Gotham Live" on AXS TV. He also wrote for the MTV2 series "Charlamagne and Friends."
Rob Haze
Rob Haze
In a short amount of time, Rob Haze has become a rising star in stand up comedy. The Atlanta native began his stand up journey while studying Political Science, at the University of Georgia. There he would host and perform at many talent shows, pageants, and step shows. He went on to win the Athens Last Comic Standing contest. Robert moved back to his hometown Atlanta, Georgia to further his comedy career. With a sense of humor that is full both of clever wordplay and references to popular culture, there is no wonder why Rob has become a favorite at the Laughing Skull Lounge, Punchline, and Uptown Comedy Corner. Rob uses his gift, to help others as well; in 2012 he won the Autism Laughs charity competition. He also was a writer and star of a (local) sketch comedy show called Cabbagetown. In 2012, Rob began to branch out from the Southeast, and was a finalist in the Bay Area Black Comedy Competition inOakland, California. He was a 2012 Finalist in the NBC Stand Up for Diversity contest and will be joining them on their 2013 college tour. There are no racial or age limits to Rob’s comedy as he likes to bring people together rather than tear them apart.
Joel Kim Booster
Joel Kim Booster
Joel Kim Booster is a Chicago-bred, Brooklyn-based comedian and writer. He was recently named one of the 10 Comedians You Need to Know by Paper Magazine. He writes for the internet at places like The Toast, Decider, and Reductress. He tweets at @Ihatejoelkim.
Drew Michael
Drew Michael
Drew Michael was born and raised in Chicago, and that's where he started doing his "act." He spent 6 years there doing open mics, bar shows, clubs, colleges, traveling the country doing stand-up, performing in like 400 shows a year. Or so he said. Either way, he was never home. He never took me out. He was too busy scribbling self-involved bullshit into a notebook. TimeOut Chicago said he was "smart, funny, and unabashedly crass," which, as you can expect, went straight to his giant head. He got to open for all these comics like Marc Maron, Nick Kroll, Doug Stanhope, Paul F. Tompkins, Hannibal Buress, Bobcat Goldthwait, Mike DeStefano, and he made me sit in the back at all of them and he wouldn't even talk to me before the show.

Drew released his first album (Lovely) in 2013. The album debuted #1 on the iTunes comedy charts, which is surprising considering it's this really pretentious love-concept album. He also does some stupid podcast (I Might Be Wrong) where he just sits in his apartment and complains for a half-hour each week. He thinks he's being really honest and profound when he talks about esoteric topics but the truth is he can't sit still with his own thoughts because he hates himself. Even his mom agrees with me on that.
Jamie Lee
Jamie Lee
Named one of the "Top Five Comedians Who Should Be Movie Stars" by Nerve.com and one of the "Top 18 Women You Should Be Following On Twitter" by Huffington Post, Jamie Lee is an unstoppable force in the funny biz. Lee was a semi-finalist on NBC's "Last Comic Standing," co-hosted the first annual Critics Choice Awards for Vh1.com and continues to appear on Vh1 talking head shows such as "Undateable" and "Greatest Songs of the 00s." She recently joined the cast of TruTV's "World's Dumbest" and performed stand-up on TV Guide's all-female comedy series "Stand Up in Stilettos." Lee writes for television, as well. She wrote on Rob Dyrdek's MTV series "Ridiculousness" and is currently writing on "The Midnight Show with Pete Holmes," a new pilot for TBS produced by Conan O'Brien. Lee's acting experience ranges from national commercials to web series to feature film. "Kid Farm," a parody of TLC's "19 Kids and Counting" that Lee created with Front Page Films, was featured on HuffingtonPost.com, ComedyCentral.com and BestWeekEver.tv - not to mention tweeted with praise by acclaimed screen writer Diablo Cody. It is now an original series on Comedy Central's Atom.com. Lastly, Lee maintains a hilarious blog called old-kids.com.