Night Train with Wyatt Cenac

Monday Night Comedy Show

Night Train with Wyatt Cenac

Todd Barry, Mike Drucker, Hari Kondabolu, Aparna Nancherla, Doogie Horner

Mon, February 4, 2013

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 Wyatt Cenac
Night Train with Wyatt Cenac
Hosted by Brooklyn-based comedy favorite Wyatt Cenac (The Daily Show, King of the Hill), 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.
Todd Barry
Todd Barry
Todd Barry first performed comedy in 1987 at Coconut's Comedy Club in North Miami, Florida. Since that first performance, Todd has been a guest on nearly every late night show, including three appearances on "The Late Show with David Letterman," ten appearances on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," NBC's "Late Friday," and Comedy Central gave him his own half hour special on "Comedy Central Presents." His acting credits include "Louie," HBO's "Larry Sanders Show," "Sex and the City," "Bored To Death," and “Flight of the Conchords,” voice work on "Lucy, The Daughter of the Devil," "Dr. Katz," "Aqua Teen Hunger Force," and "Aqua Teen Hunger Force," and featured roles in the movies “The Wrestler” and "Road Trip."
Photo: Steven Dewall
Mike Drucker
Mike Drucker
Mike Drucker is a stand-up comedian and writer currently writing for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. He graduated from New York University with a Master's Degree in English Literature--his thesis is about parody novels in Victorian England. Ask him about it some time if you're bored or need boring. Mike's has been a contributing writer for Saturday Night Live, The Onion, McSweeney's, For Him Magazine, Black 20, Nintendo, and Huffington Post.
Hari Kondabolu
Hari Kondabolu
Hari Kondabolu is a Brooklyn-based, Queens-raised comic who has been described by Timeout NY as “smart, analytical and rising.” He has performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham and John Oliver’s New York Standup Show and the 2007 HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival. His Comedy Central Presents half-hour television special debuted on the network in February 2011. He is currently a writer for FX’s Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, set to make its debut in August 2012. He will also be appearing on the third season of John Oliver’s New York Standup this summer. He made his UK television debut on BBC 3’s Russell Howard’s Good News in April 2011, which preceded a month-long run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He then had a regular segment on the first series of BBC3′s “Live at the Electric” starring Russell Kane. He has also appeared on Episode 69 (Live Portland Super Show) of WTF with Marc Maron. When in New York City, he co-hosts the mostly improvised, monthly talk show The Untitled Kondabolu Brothers Project with his younger brother Ashok (“Dap” from hip hop group Das Racist). He also wrote the cover story for Spin Magazine about Das Racist last November.
Aparna Nancherla
Aparna Nancherla
Queen of that slightly cynical but innocent humor, Aparna Nancherla has been winning audiences everywhere she goes. You may have caught her on “Last Comic Standing”, The Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Aspen Rooftop or WTF podcast. Writer and player on W. Kamau Bell’s “Totally Biased” Aparna is sure to be soaking up the laughs. Look out for her on SF Sketchfest’s comedy lineup this year.
Doogie Horner
Doogie Horner
Doogie Horner is a writer, designer, and stand-up comedian. He was a semi-finalist on America's Got Talent and his charts and writing have appeared in Wired, Fast Company, McSweeney's, and numerous other publications. He designed the cover of the New York Times bestseller Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. He was the only comedian to make it to the semi-finals on America's Got Talent in 2010, where he began his unlikely run by winning over an unruly crowd in New York City. He continues to perform standup across the country, but especially in Philadelphia, where he hosts the monthly comedy show the Ministry of Secret Jokes.