Drunk Science presents: Hormones

Drunk Science presents: Hormones

Alise Morales, Rachel Wenitsky, Catherine Cohen, Dr. Sarah Mennenga

Wed, September 6, 2017

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

$5.00 - $8.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

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

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Drunk Science
Drunk Science
Drunk Science is an event hosted by comedians Joanna Rothkopf (staff writer at Jezebel), Shannon Odell (neuroscience PhD candidate at Weill Cornell) and Jordan Mendoza (once was pre-med). In each show, three intoxicated comedians compete to present the best scientific dissertation to a panel of real scientists.
Alise Morales
Alise Morales is a comedy writer and performer. She is an improviser on UCBT's Lloyd Night, and a contributing writer for websites such as Betches and Reductress. In 2012 she was featured a featured standup in MTVU's College Quickies series and she is a member of the video sketch trio Horrible Insane Girl, which premiered on IFC's Comedy Crib in May 2015. She is one of the hosts of the Important Shit That Doesn't Matter podcast as well as many live shows including Cool Show (not lame) and The Roast of Your 15 Year Old Self. You can see her performing all over the city and in festivals across the country.
Catherine Cohen
Catherine Cohen is a comedian, actor, voiceover artist, and poet living in Brooklyn. She performs on a house team at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and hosts the monthly variety show It's A Guy Thing at Union Hall, which was listed as one of Paste Magazine’s “10 Best Alt Comedy Shows in New York City." Her work has been featured on Splitsider, The New Yorker, The Huffington Post, New York Mag's The Cut, The Brooklyn Comedy Festival, and The New York Comedy Festival. Follow her @catccohen for tweets and Instagram poetry.
Dr. Sarah Mennenga
Dr. Sarah Mennenga is a doctor of Neuroscience and a postdoctoral fellow at NYU Experimental Therapeutics Laboratory. Her previous research focused in behavioral neuroscience and the cognitive impact of variations in female hormone status.