Night Train with Guest Host Nick Turner

Monday Night Comedy Show

Night Train with Guest Host Nick Turner

Jeffrey Joseph, Ted Alexandro, Kevin Avery, Adam Newman, Janine Brito, Dan Wilbur

Mon, February 25, 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 Guest Host Nick Turner
Night Train with Guest Host Nick Turner
This week's edition of Night Train will be hosted by Littlefield favorite, Nick Turner!
Jeffrey Joseph
Jeffrey Joseph
Jeffrey is an Emmy nominated comedy writer, an accomplished Stand Up Comedian and an award winning Actor. He starred in the feature film The Wrong Mr. Johnson and has appeared opposite such stars as Will Smith, Whoopie Goldberg and Bill Murray. On TV Jeff was a regular on The Popcorn Kid, HBO's Dream On, Fox's The Late Show, Haywire and Comic Strip Live. He’s also written and developed television pilots for Fox, ABC, MGM, Imagine and Castle Rock. As a stand up comedian, he has appeared on national television dozens of times including on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Jeffrey also finds the time to work as a Teaching Artist in under-served NYC High Schools.He spends his spare time writing flossy Bio's in the third person and brushing his hair.
Ted Alexandro
Ted Alexandro
Ted Alexandro has been a comedian for twenty years. Time Out NY called Ted “One of the funniest comedians working today.” Ted has performed on David Letterman, Conan O’Brien, Jimmy Kimmel, Craig Ferguson, The View and two half-hour specials on Comedy Central. Ted opened for Louis C.K. at Carnegie Hall. Ted has performed internationally in Jordan, Egypt, Kuwait, Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, Jakarta, England, Holland, Israel, South Africa and Qatar. Ted has been very active in the Occupy Wall Street movement and is one of the founders of Occupy Astoria Long Island City. Ted has appeared on the television shows “Oz”, “Dr. Katz” and “Louie”. Ted collaborated with Hollis James on such videos as “Kiss Our American Ass” and “Nobody’s Dummy”, which can be found on Ted’sYouTube channel. Ted and Hollis are currently creating the webseries “Teacher’s Lounge.”
Kevin Avery
Kevin Avery
Kevin Avery is a writer and comedian originally from San Francisco, CA, whose high-energy brand of stand up has brought him to the finals of the San Francisco International Comedy Competition and earned him a spot on Metropolitan Magazines list of Top 99 People to Watch. A regular opener for Dave Chappelle and David Alan Grier, Kevin has appeared at the Vancouver Comedy Festival, the 2009 Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival, the 2009 LA Comedy Festival and the 2008 and 2010 SF Sketchfest. Kevin just wrapped up a series of headlining shows at the Punchline in San Francisco with fellow comic and co-conspirator W. Kamau Bell, which the SF Weekly called “as rare and magical as a sparkle-unicorn doing West Side Story choreography under a liquid light show.” Kevin is currently the head writer on "Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell" on FX.
Adam Newman
Adam Newman
Adam Newman is a very funny Brooklyn-based comedian. He has appeared on John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show on Comedy Central, was named one of Comedy Central's Comics to Watch, won Carolines' Comedy Madness competition, and released his debut stand-up CD, Not for Horses, via Rooftop Comedy Productions. His new web series, My Dad is in a Boy Band, comes to The Warner Sound January 2013. Adam's TV appearances include MTV's The CollegeHumor Show and F'nMTV, various talking head shows on TV Guide Network, the Tyra Banks Show (weird), and dozens of CollegeHumor Originals on CollegeHumor.com, including their popular series Very Mary Kate, Hardly Working, and High Times Editorial Office. Adam has been featured in Time Out New York and The New York Daily News, wrote for Run it Back on Cartoon Network, and starred in an Animal Planet pilot called Cute Hunters.
Janine Brito
Janine Brito
Currently a writer for FX's "Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell," Janine Brito started doing standup comedy in St. Louis and has performed at clubs and theaters throughout the US and Hong Kong. A rising star on the San Francisco scene, she is a regular at the Punch Line, winner of the 2009 SF Women's Comedy Competition, recipient of Rooftop Comedy's 2010 Silver Nail Award, and was just named the 2011 “Best Comedian with a Message” by the East Bay Express. Praised by 7x7 Magazine as "one of SF's more daring voices" and one of "the 7 funniest people in town," this fall she'll head out on the road with fellow bay area comics, W. Kamau Bell and Nato Green, for their grassroots Laughter Against the Machine comedy tour to America's most volatile political hotspots. A sarcastic, snarky smart bomb of comedy funk straight from the 80's, Janine has been featured in the San Francisco Chronicle and The SF Weekly called her “a mean lesbian.” But she’s pretty sure that they meant it in a good way.
Dan Wilbur
Dan Wilbur
Dan is author of "How Not To Read", a comedian, writer, and avid video game player living in Brooklyn, NY. His writing is featured on Collegehumor.com, McSweeney's, video game sites like the-minusworld.com and Hardcasual.net,The Comedy Central Insider, Sandpapersuit.com, and TheApiary.org. His stand-up was featured on the North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival 2009 and 2010, The Cleveland Comedy Festival of 2009, “The Daily Show and Friends” at Comix, and Gorilla Late Night. Dan was also the recipient of William Paterson University’s “Funniest College Stand-up” award, and Ms. Purdy’s Punctuality Award (Grade 1) for excellence in punctuality.

Photo by Anya Garrett