Hot Tub with Kurt Braunohler

Hot Tub with Kurt Braunohler

Lisa deLarios, Gabe Delahaye, It Gets Betterish, Joe Mande

Mon, February 13, 2012

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

$5.00 - $8.00

This event is 21 and over

*** Lineup is subject to change ***

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Hot Tub with Kurt Braunohler
Hot Tub with Kurt Braunohler
This week's Hot Tub is hosted single-handedly by the famous and attractive Kurt Braunohler.
Lisa deLarios
Lisa deLarios
The comedy of Lisa deLarios saunters through a maze that begins with classical grace and ends at modern irony. Hardly ever is true whimsy this quiet. Beginning with a childhood in East Texas that has become an adulthood in New York City, her thinking is equal parts natural and man-made. A bohemian at heart, she has wowed audiences on both coasts like a comedy Gypsy. Bringing a turn-of-the-century modesty to an art form badly in need of such, Lisa’s timelessness has not been eroded by the vulgarity du jour. Her delivery is comfortable but with bite, much like catching crabs from a used pair of pants. Lisa has performed at the HBO Aspen Comedy Festival and on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham.
Gabe Delahaye
Gabe Delahaye
Gabe Delahaye is a writer and comedian living in New York. He is the Senior Editor of videogum.com and has also written for This American Life, Huffington Post, Gawker, McSweeny's, among others. He hosts a monthly comedy show called Mr. Coconuts at Union Hall, and sometimes makes videos with my friend Max. They call themselves Gabe & Max, which is admittedly a bit on the nose but what are you going to do?
It Gets Betterish
It Gets Betterish
Eliot Glazer and Brent Sullivan are New York-based comedians who often find themselves "drowning in a sea of fierceness." In It Gets Betterish, the two self-proclaimed "weirdos" do their best to navigate being young and gay, from fending off party monsters to being attacked when they try to give away Lady Gaga tickets in exchange for an Enya concert.
Joe Mande
Joe Mande
Joe Mande lives in Brooklyn, where he performs comedy and eats mostly pizza. He's been on VH1's Best Week Ever, was Time Out New York’s “Best New Comedian” of 2009, and was featured on Heeb Magazine’s list of 100 Jews to Watch, which is pretty much the second best list a Jew could ever hope to be on. He is also the creator of the hugely popular website and author of the book Look at This F*cking Hipster (www.latfh.com).