Butterboy with Jo, Aparna and Maeve, Guest Host David Cross

Butterboy with Jo, Aparna and Maeve

Guest Host David Cross

Chris Thayer, Drew Michael, Nicole Aimee Schreiber, Kerry Coddett

Mon, April 23, 2018

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

$8.00 - $10.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

*** Lineup subject to change *** Seating is first-come, first-served ***

Facebook comments:

Butterboy with Jo, Aparna and Maeve
Butterboy with Jo, Aparna and Maeve
Three chuckle monsters descend on Littlefield every Monday at 8pm, clutching with them a horde of the freshest, silver-tongued comics and phone sex operators this city has to offer. Legends in their own right, these three friends, Aparna Nancherla, Maeve Higgins and Jo Firestone combine forces to host the funniest and best show in Gowanus! Accompanied by the musical stylings of DJ Donwill and the sensual silence of a rotating Idris Elba impersonator, you won't want to miss it. Plus, find out which parts of this blurb are bold, unapologetic lies!

--

Jo Firestone is a comedian whose work can be seen on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, The Chris Gethard Show, and heard on WFMU and Earwolf. She was recently named a New Face at the 2016 Just for Laughs Festival, and her Comedy Central half hour comes out this fall. If you like puns, check out her board game, Punderdome: A Card Game for Pun Lovers. If you don't like puns, don't worry about it. You can also see Jo doing stand-up in different basements around the city.

--

Aparna Nancherla is a comedian of the stand-up variety, but can often be seen sitting. Last year, she released her debut album, Just Putting It Out There, on Tig Notaro’s new label, Bentzen Ball Records and recorded a Comedy Central half hour special. This year, she was named one of “The 50 Funniest People Right Now” by Rolling Stone. Currently, you can catch her on the latest seasons of Bojack Horseman, Master of None and Love, all on Netflix, as well as on HBO's Crashing. She's also written for Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC) and Totally Biased (FX). Aparna will next appear on the upcoming Comedy Central show, Corporate.

--

Maeve Higgins is the host of the hit podcast Maeve In America: Immigration IRL. She has performed all over the world, including in her native Ireland, Edinburgh, Melbourne and, most recently, Erbil. Now based in New York, she's made a name for herself there too. In a good way! She co-hosts Neil deGrasse Tyson's StarTalk on National Geographic and has appeared in Comedy Central's Inside Amy Schumer. Her work has been published in The New York Times and The Irish Times, and she is writing a book of essays for Penguin due for publication later this year.
Guest Host David Cross
Guest Host David Cross
David Cross was on an episode of Modern Family and was a voice on Curious George.
Chris Thayer
Chris Thayer
Chris Thayer is a stand-up comic living in Los Angeles. He is also also a Digital Writer for—and has been featured on—”The Pete Holmes Show,” wrote on the pilot for “The Midnight Show with Pete Holmes" and has been a guest on the podcast “You Made it Weird with Pete Holmes" multiple times. He started doing stand-up in San Francisco, was a regular member of The Business SF (named “Best Cheap Night of Comedy - 2012" by SF Weekly), co-founded The Business LA, performed frequently at Hemlock Tavern’s “Club Chuckles,” created and hosted “NERVES” and “Warm Regards" stand-up series, and a co-created the comedy variety show “Funny Party”.

He has appeared in SF Sketchfest, Riot LA, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and at such venues as Punchline Comedy Club, Cobb’s Comedy Club, The Purple Onion (R.I.P.), Comedy Underground (Seattle), Lincoln Lodge (Chicago), Meltdown Comics (L.A.), Hollywood Improv, and The Creek & The Cave (N.Y.C.)

He was also featured in Splashlife.com’s article “30 Under 30: Comedians to Watch”, FunnyorDie.com’s “The Funniest Dudes You Should Be Following in 2013”, and Mandatory.com’s “The 100 Funniest Tweets of 2012”.
Drew Michael
Drew Michael
Drew Michael was born and raised in Chicago, and that's where he started doing his "act." He spent 6 years there doing open mics, bar shows, clubs, colleges, traveling the country doing stand-up, performing in like 400 shows a year. Or so he said. Either way, he was never home. He never took me out. He was too busy scribbling self-involved bullshit into a notebook. TimeOut Chicago said he was "smart, funny, and unabashedly crass," which, as you can expect, went straight to his giant head. He got to open for all these comics like Marc Maron, Nick Kroll, Doug Stanhope, Paul F. Tompkins, Hannibal Buress, Bobcat Goldthwait, Mike DeStefano, and he made me sit in the back at all of them and he wouldn't even talk to me before the show.

Drew released his first album (Lovely) in 2013. The album debuted #1 on the iTunes comedy charts, which is surprising considering it's this really pretentious love-concept album. He also does some stupid podcast (I Might Be Wrong) where he just sits in his apartment and complains for a half-hour each week. He thinks he's being really honest and profound when he talks about esoteric topics but the truth is he can't sit still with his own thoughts because he hates himself. Even his mom agrees with me on that.
Nicole Aimee Schreiber
Nicole Aimee Schreiber
Comedian with lady parts. Currently on Oxygen's Funny Girls.
Kerry Coddett
Kerry Coddett
Kerry Coddett is a comedian, actress and writer from Brooklyn, NY, who still resides in Brooklyn, NY. Kerry can be seen on Comedy Central’s The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, where she has made multiple appearances. She is also the newest cast member on MTV2’s Joking Off. She has performed stand up at the New York Comedy Festival and her work has been featured in Huffington Post, Elite Daily, Mashable and MadameNoire. Kerry writes and stars in her own sketch comedy web series, The Coddett Project, and has also written articles for The Atlantic, Huffington Post, and The Root. Kerry is also the host of Brooklyn, Stand Up!!, a monthly stand up comedy show that has been listed in The Village Voice, The Examiner.com, and the NY Times, to name a few.