Night Train with Wyatt Cenac: 5 Year Anniversary Show
Mark Normand, Will Miles, Clark Jones, Kenny DeForest, Dan Boulger, Amber Nelson, Nate Fernald, Sam Jay, Andrew Michaan
Mon, April 27, 2015
Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pmLittlefield
$5.00 - $8.00
This event is 21 and over
*** Lineup subject to change *** Limited seating ***https://www.littlefieldnyc.com/event/816223/
Night Train with Wyatt Cenac: 5 Year Anniversary Show
Hosted by Brooklyn-based comedy favorite Wyatt Cenac (The Daily Show, King of the Hill), Night Train show features comedy from the best local and international stand up comedians, and--at times--special guest appearances by musicians, local celebrities, and the occasional surprise only found in Gowanus.
Mark Normand was born and raised in New Orleans, LA, where at an early age he was exposed to the odd sides of life. As a kid he spent most of his time acting in plays and shooting short films. Mark started doing comedy right after college and quickly moved to New York. Mark now works comedy clubs and colleges across the country and has been involved in many festivals including Portland, Seattle, DC, Boston and most recently was featured at the Montreal Comedy Festival. Mark also recently appeared on the last season of Last Comic Standing. In NYC Mark now runs two independent comedy shows, one of which is recorded for a popular podcast called 'We're all Friends Here' on Breakthruradio.com.
Will Miles is a comedian and a Chicago native. He co-hosts the popular Sunday show at The Knitting Factory in New York and co-hosts the popular podcast "Hopefully We Don't Break Up." He has been in Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Brooklyn Comedy Festival, and was one of Comedy Central’s Comics to Watch in the 2016 New York Comedy Festival. His debut stand up comedy album, GOOD YEAR, is available on iTunes. Will is a writer on The Chris Gethard Show and has been seen on Comedy Central, truTV, MTV, and Fusion.
Clark Jones is part of the Chicago-originated, world renowned Two Black Dudes and a Microphone Comedy Show. He is a comedy writer for the Chicago Tribune, and has toured and opened for everybody from Hannibal Buress to Joe Torry.
Kenny DeForest is a 5 year stand up comedy veteran based in Chicago, IL. Labeled a hustler by his peers, Kenny’s comedy can be described as edgy, smart and honest. Since arriving in Chicago, Kenny has become a regular performer at Chicago’s top clubs and showcases including Laugh Factory, Comedians You Should Know, and the widely released “Chicago Mixtapes: Comedy Mixtape”; all after being named “Favorite Newcomer 2010” by comedyofchicago.com. The most important thing of note is that Kenny always has as much fun performing as audiences do watching him.
Dan started doing standup in late 2004. He won the Boston Comedy Festival in 2006. After that he appeared on Comedy Central, The BBC, and the HBO Aspen Comedy Festival. He has done shows on the Comedy Central live and College humor live tours.
Amber Nelson is a New York based comedian who performs stand up, sketch, and improv at UCB and throughout. She is currently on the maude team- The Prom, and has previously performed with Thunder Gulch, Neighbor Boy, and Gorilla Gorilla. She hosts the UCB East stand up show Late Night Stand with Rob Stern, where they previously hosted Gutbucket. She is also a part of Eric Drysdale's The Man With F.E.E.E.T. and has performed the piece in Los Angeles and New York. She is typing this on her couch at the moment, and thinking of making a snack.
Nate Fernald is a comedian, actor and one half of the sketch duo Team Submarine. Nate began performing in Chicago at the acclaimed iO Theatre (formerly Improv Olympic) and (along with his sketch partner Steve O’Brien) was a featured act at Chicago’s premiere stand up showcase Chicago Underground Comedy. After moving to New York, the duo as nominated for an ECNY award, featured in The Onion, Sketchfest NYC and released their debut comedy album Correctamundo! As an actor, Nate can be seen in a featured role on ComedyCentral.com's Kid Farm.
When asked how long she has been doing comedy Samaria (Sam Jay) Johnson smiles and replies “For as long as I could speak”. Hailing from Boston MA a city that is no stranger to comedic prowess; a place that can lay claim to the comedic talents of Jay Leno, Louis C.K., Conan O'Brien and many others, Sam Jay is setting her own stage. Some would say the fact that she’s female, African American, and a lesbian has allowed her to stand out in a male dominated industry. But it is more so how she can take these experiences and make them not only funny but relatable. Witty, candid, and raw she is bringing about a brand of comedy that has yet to be seen. Provoking audiences by pushing their thinking while still giving her sets the feel of a barroom conversation with one of your funniest friends. Her familiar personality on and off stage has allowed her to build quite the buzz in and around Boston comedy circles. Her 2013 invite to Laugh Your Asheville Off Comedy Festival and her 2014 acceptance into the Women In Comedy Festival as well as a stellar performance at the auditions for BET Comic View return to TV has got the industry insiders buzzing about this young lady. Opening for power house/veteran acts like Joe Clair (BET), Hannibal Burres (Comedy Central), and Rob Stapleton(Comedy Central) has not only helped this rising star hone her skills but has allowed her to branch out booking shows up and down the east coast. Performing at comedic institutions like Gotham NYC to the Comedy Studio in Cambridge Ma. Sam Johnson is wowing audiences and building her fan base. Her fresh, unique and warm approach makes Sam Jay a comedian worth seeing and one you will be talking about long after you do.
Andrew Michaan is a comedian living in Los Angeles. He has performed regularly at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, the Bumbershoot Music and Arts Festival, and the Riot LA Comedy Festival. He grew up in the woods of Colorado, did some more growing up in the woods of Portland, Oregon, and now lives in the woods of LA, where he hopes to finally complete his journey of self-growth. Andrew produces and co-hosts Good Looks, a monthly live show in Downtown Los Angeles.