A Gay Show For All People Holiday Spectacular

A Gay Show For All People Holiday Spectacular

Hosted by Aaron Jackson & Josh Sharp, Cole Escola, Naomi Ekperigin, Liza Treyger, Matt Rogers, Bowen Yang, Blake Daniel, Patti Harrison

Thu, December 28, 2017

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

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

*** Lineup subject to change ***

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A Gay Show For All People Holiday Spectacular
A Gay Show For All People Holiday Spectacular
Aaron Jackson & Josh Sharp (The Opposition with Jordan Klepper) host a gay show for all people filled with songs and laughs from comics and queers and mostly people who are both. This holiday spectacular edition will feature a live band and more guests/songs/vodka sodas than before.
Cole Escola
Cole Escola
COLE ESCOLA is a comedian, actor, and writer. The most attractive person to ever appear in the OUT 100. Named one of Brooklyn's 50 Funniest People by Brooklyn Magazine and Time Out New York's Top Ten Downtown Cabaret Performers. Plays Matthew on Hulu's "Difficult People." Co-creator, writer, and star of the lo-fi cult-hit TV show "Jeffery & Cole Casserole." Other TV appearances include "Nurse Jackie," "Law & Order," "Smash," and Netflix's "The Characters." Originated the role of Bridget Everett's fetus in "Rock Bottom" for The Public Theater in a performance Variety referred to as "heroic." His monthly solo sketch comedy show, "The First Gay President," has sold out every performance since it started in October of 2013 and has generated buzz and praise from the likes of PAPER Magazine and Lena Dunham.
Naomi Ekperigin
Naomi Ekperigin
Naomi has been making audiences laugh for over 10 years--from coast to coast and on both hemispheres. She can be found performing at such New York City venues as The Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, Gotham Comedy Club, or Karma Lounge, where she produces the monthly show Coyote Average. You may have seen her on VH1's "The Short List," on the 5 Funny Females tour, or maybe on tour with the National Theater of the Deaf back in 2005.
Liza Treyger
Liza Treyger
Liza Treyger is from the former Soviet Union where jokes aren't allowed so she moved to America and has been telling jokes in Chicago and loving it. For close to two years she was creator and co-producer of one of Chicago's most loved weekly showcases, Riot Comedy. In the past year she's been able to travel the country performing with her friends and heroes in amazing venues and prestigious and super fun festivals like The Bridgetown Comedy Festival and Just for Laughs Chicago.
Matt Rogers
Matt Rogers is a comedian, actor and writer based in NYC, originally from Long Island. He was selected as one of Comedy Central's Comics To Watch 2016. Matt is the artistic director of the musical sketch comedy group Pop Roulette (Comedy Central Comics To Watch 2015). He is a proud alumnus of the NYU sketch group Hammerkatz, and his work has been featured on Above Average, Reductress, College Humor, Funny Or Die and MTV, among others. Matt is also an actor and director with Story Pirates and a member of the sketch group Chess Club Comedy. His biggest comedic influence is Eva Longoria.
Bowen Yang
Bowen Yang
Bowen Yang is a comedian, producer and formerly a mediocre chemistry major based in Brooklyn, NY. He creates and produces various live shows in New York, including "LIVE ON BROADGAY" at Littlefield, "LAKE HOMO HIGH" at The Annoyance, and the "LAS CULTURISTAS" podcast with Matt Rogers. TV credits include "BROAD CITY" and "THE OUTS." He performs sketch with POP ROULETTE—named one of Comedy Central's "Comics to Watch"—and occasionally performs stand-up around the city. His work has been featured on Above Average, The Onion News Network, Mashable, and CollegeHumor.
Patti Harrison
Patti Harrison is a comedian, actor, and writer living in Brooklyn, NY. Her television credits include appearances on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon", "Broad City", and TBS's "Search Party". She is also featured in Paul Feig's upcoming film "A Simple Favor". Her work can also be seen on MTV, Comedy Central, Billboard.com, VICELAND, Conde Nast's "The Scene", and Seriously.TV. She's been called "Upsettingly funny" by Time Out New York, and featured in write-ups in The New York Times, Vulture, Splitsider, A.V Club, Paste Magazine, and more. She cohosts the monthly live comedy show "It's a Guy Thing" at Union Hall. She is tarnsgarnder!!!!!