Hot Tub with Kurt
Corn Mo, Brent Sullivan, Adam Cayton-Holland, Free Love Forum
Mon, February 7, 2011
This event is 21 and over
$5 in advance, $8 at the door. Doors at 7:30PM, showtime at 8PM.https://www.littlefieldnyc.com/event/28539/
Hot Tub with Kurt
Kurt Braunohler (MTV, Comedy Central) hosts this magical evening of comedy, music, and other weird shit. Come see the best and the newest comedians in the city every Monday night at Littlefield! Please note that cohost Kristen Schaal will be back at Hot Tub next Monday.
Corn Mo has toured America and Europe supporting the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus, Wheatus, The Pontani Sisters, Ben Folds, They Might Be Giants and the Polyphonic Spree. He is Disco Mountain Man in the band Tragedy. In the studio, he shared vocals with Ben Folds on Folds' cover of "Get Your Hands Off My Woman" for the Supersunnyspeedygraphic EP, joined the choir for the Polyphonic Spree's Together We're Heavy and played accordion on TMBG's "Particle Mo". He has written 7 albums, the latest being The Purchase of the North Pole. He co-wrote a musical about Grizzly Adams with Nick Jones. He co-wrote "Rainbow Song" with Nick Offerman of Parks and Rec. He is currently co-producing a ballet called SEVERED: The Tragic Loves of Frankenstein's Monster with the music from The Purchase of the North Pole.
LA-based stand-up comedian Brent Sullivan describes his act as a true interpretation of himself on stage. Full of dichotomies, he has been described as wonderfully sarcastic, lovingly condescending and “gay – but not gay.” Brent has been featured on the Comedy Central series “Live at Gotham” and developed his own live show, "Fag Life: A Conversation with Fred Phelps" at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. His live show became such a success he was given an extended run and continues to tour the show with the UCB Theater Company. Brent is also the co-creator and co-star of the hilarious web series "It Gets Betterish," which MTV’s Clutch Blog included on it's "5 Web Comedies to watch" list.
Adam Cayton-Holland is a newspaper columnist and stand-up comedian from Denver, Colorado. His column, "What's So Funny," appears weekly in Westword, a Denver alternative newspaper, where he frequently writes about 80s cartoon Duck Tales and his love of Chipotle burritos. Adam has performed in venues across the country.
Free Love Forum
Free Love Forum is a group of New York immigrants from Madison, Wisconsin who have been producing comedy sketches since 1996. In 2006 and 2008 they wrote, produced, and directed independent comedy TV pilots which were chosen as official selections of the New York Television Festival. Free Love Forum's humor has been characterized as absurd, intelligent and affectionate – especially by themselves.