Comedy Co-Op

Comedy Co-Op

Hosted by Jordan Carlos, Matthew Broussard, Emmy Blotnick, Rachel Feinstein, Damien Lemon, Harris Stanton, Marc Theobald

Tue Nov 13

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

$15.00 - $30.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

*** Lineup subject to change *** Seating only available with VIP ticket *** General Admission and VIP tickets can be purchased at the door pending availability ***

Comedy Co-Op
Comedy Co-Op
Featuring NYC's finest cooperative comics!

Host and special guests TBD.

Matthew Broussard, Emmy Blotnick, Rachel Feinstein, Damien Lemon and more team up on a fun filled fundraiser for the Co-Op School.

Prepare to laugh in the name of cooperation!

Now in it’s second year, the Comedy CoOp(erative) is an autonomous association of funny persons united voluntarily to meet their common comedic, economic, social, and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly-run and democratically-controlled showbiz enterprise, and giving back. Please join up!

The Co-op School provides a safe and stimulating micro-environment in which students experiment and learn. All members of The Co-op School—students, families, and staff—contribute to the development of our unique culture and participate in improving our community and beyond. As students learn to work together, preparing for their place in a global environment, our families also work within committees and on the board of directors to support the school. Whether it’s painting walls, assembling furniture, growing the school through various initiatives, we all contribute to help The Co-op School flourish. The CoOp is an awesome progressive and inclusive school that insists on having 20% of its students attend with full scholarships from the local area. As a result the school welcomes a diverse group of students both in terms of ethnicity and socio-economic background. The school’s founding tenants are; compassion, uniqueness, innovation and community. Events like this one help ensure that it’s great work continues.
Hosted by Jordan Carlos
Hosted by Jordan Carlos
Fresh off an appearance in Samantha Bee’s Not The White House Correspondence Dinner, comedian Jordan Carlos stays busy. You might know him nerd for shows "Guy Code" and "Girl Code" on MTV Jordan has officially become "that dude from that thing." His other credits include The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham," "The Colbert Report," "Nurse Jackie," "Girls," and "Broad City," and most recently, Golden-Globe winner, "The Affair." College Humor's go-to Obama, Jordan can also be counted on for a presidential impression with over a million YouTube clicks and counting and is appearing in the new season of Netflix Black Mirror. Jordan is Currently writing on the HBO show Divorce.
Matthew Broussard
Matthew Broussard
Born in New Jersey, raised in Atlanta, and, in 2012, winner of Houston's Funniest Person, Matthew Broussard isn't sure where he's from. Before doing stand up, he earned a degree in Applied Math from Rice University and got fired from being a financial analyst. His comedy relies on his killer timing, subtle wit, and devilish good looks. Also, he's not very witty and his timing could use some work. When he's not drawing puns for his webcomic, mondaypunday.com, he enjoys swimming, using semicolons pretentiously, and resembling a villain from an 80s movie.

Despite earning a coveted spot on Comedy Central’s Adam DeVine’s House Party after only doing stand-up for 18 months, and booking a principle role in the comedy film Intramural, the first feature film he’s ever auditioned for - his Cajun father and Jewish mother still hope he gets an MBA. TV Credits include: Adam Devine's House Party, Last Call With Carson Daly, The League, and The Mindy Project, and MTV's Sex Tips For Girls. Matthew can currently be seen in MTV2’s Guy Code and will soon be seen on MTV2's Not Necessarily News.
Emmy Blotnick
Emmy Blotnick
Emmy Blotnick is a comedian and writer based in New York. Her work has appeared on Comedy Central, VH1, MTV and others. She has recently appeared in Comedy Central’s "Comedians Crashing Couches", TruTV’s "Friends Of The People", a commercial for Intel, and three episodes of SELF Magazine’s series "Girl vs. Sweat". She co-hosts a fun monthly show with Matt Koff at Pacific Standard in Brooklyn.
Rachel Feinstein
Rachel Feinstein
Rachel Feinstein was a finalist on Season 7 of Last Comic Standing, and has been featured on Russell Simmon's Presents, TBS's Just For Laughs series, and Comics Unleashed. She has her own half hour special on Comedy Central special, and has written for "The Onion" and "Heeb Magazine." Rachel has voiced various characters on Adult Swim's "Venture Brothers," the animated Comedy Central web series, "Samurai Love God" and Spike TV’s web series "Battle Pope." She will be releasing her first Comedy CD on Comedy Central records in 2011.
Damien Lemon
Damien Lemon
Brooklyn native Damien Lemon’s comedy career began from his desk in the back of public school classrooms over 20 years ago and continued through college at Clark Atlanta University, where he fine-tuned his ability to make people laugh until they cough and choke. Over the last few years, he has rapidly built a name for himself on the New York City comedy circuit and beyond. On stage, his material comes from everywhere and nowhere, from fornicating politicians driving up sex prices to the “Stop BCC’N!” campaign, and is delivered with a flair that can best be described as an all-inclusive bug-out session.
Harris Stanton
Harris Stanton
Harris is former major league baseball draft pick, who decided on a career in comedy instead. Harris has been featured on BET’s Comic View, Premium Blend and Comic’s Unleashed. Harris toured the country opening for Saturday Night Live’s Tracey Morgan, and he performs in clubs and colleges across the country, including Caroline’ s on Broadway, Stand-Up New York, The Improv, and M.I.T.
Marc Theobald
Marc Theobald
A Brooklyn native, Marc Theobald is becoming one of the hottest acts in the stand up scene. Marc used to make jokes as he worked as a sales representative for a pharmaceutical company. He made doctors laugh constantly, so he decided to take his act to other people as well. Marc entered the stand up comedy scene and never looked back. He tours nationally, performing at clubs and colleges all over the country. Marc has landed featured spots on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, and Byron Allen’s Comics Unleashed. Marc has also appeared in Comedy Central’s Chappelle’s Show, BET’s Comic View and even Showtime at the Apollo, earning fans across the U.S. with his energy and sharp joke writing skills. He recently brought his act across the pond, appearing in the international World Stands Up special, filmed in London, England. In New York, Marc appears regularly at the top clubs in New York, including Stand Up NY, Laughing Devil Comedy Club, Gotham, and Caroline’s on Broadway. A respected writer, Marc co-wrote the films One Mic and Comic Groove for comedian and 30 Rock star Tracy Morgan. Marc lives in New York City.
Venue Information:
Littlefield
635 Sackett St
Brooklyn, NY, 11217
http://littlefieldnyc.com