Black Men Can't Jump: Game Show
Aug
2
9:30pm 9:30pm

Black Men Can't Jump: Game Show

The hosts of the podcast Black Men Can't Jump conduct a live game show where three audience members compete to win the title of "Champion of the Cause". The show will consist of a variety of games that test the contestants' knowledge, experience, and overall understanding of minorities in pop culture. Which minority actor has the highest box office gross? Who won the first ever rap Grammy? Is Vin Diesel black? (Just kidding, no one knows.) Each show Jonathan Braylock, Jerah Milligan and James III take turns moderating their own uniquely designed game that challenges contestants and, more importantly, establishes who, among the trio, is the best game show host.

Tickets $7 - Purchase Here!

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The Comedy Blender
Jul
13
9:30pm 9:30pm

The Comedy Blender

Join us for 90 minutes of nonstop laughs, giving some of the brightest names in the business a chance to bring you a night of their best sketches, stand up & comedic performances! Join host Amadeo Fusca (Marvel's Daredevil) as he welcomes to the stage Headliner Mark Normand (Comedy Central Special), Sarah Tollemache (Late Night with Colbert), David Ebert (Master of None), OSFUG Sketch Comedy Troupe (UCB), Samantha Strelitz (HBO Vinyl), Matt Evans (UCB) & Bronson Gilmore (Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft). Please Note: The Triad has a 2-drink minimum.

Tickets $10 (+ 2 drink minimum)

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NYCF: Comedy Central's Comics to Watch
Nov
3
7:30pm 7:30pm

NYCF: Comedy Central's Comics to Watch

Comedy Central and the New York Comedy Festival are proud to announce the first-ever Comics to Watch Sketch Showcase featuring the country's most exciting and hilarious sketch performers handpicked by Comedy Central and festival producers. The show will take place at New York's foremost venue for sketch and improv, the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Chelsea. The Comics to Watch stand-up showcase has been a significant platform to induct new talent into Comedy Central's talent development pipeline and introduce them to comedy fans everywhere, and we are thrilled to extend this opportunity to sketch performers.

Tickets $10: Buy Here!

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JFL Callback
May
18
5:00pm 5:00pm

JFL Callback

This is an important show. It is also a FREE show.

A bunch of wonderful, talented comedians will be performing various character sets in the hopes of attending the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal later this year.

Featuring: Jonathan Braylock, Elyse Brandau, Brandon Scott Jones, Justin Tyler, Mitra Jouhari, Carmen Christopher & Richie Moriarty!

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Astronomy Club: Journey Thru Black History
Apr
28
8:00pm 8:00pm

Astronomy Club: Journey Thru Black History

Join Reverend Professor Ray Cordova in the year 2025 as he delivers a lesson in what really happened in black history. In our past, discover what the Underground Railroad has in common with the MTA, watch in awe as Batman meet the Black Panthers, and in our not to distant future, Obama is all washed up, Rick Ross sings protest anthems, and the first female president will shock you! This show is the realization of MLK's dream... Or maybe his nightmare.

Paired with Beeng Boong: The Great & Powerful MTA starring Max Ash, Rob Tanchum, and Rachel Pegram.

Tickets $5: Purchase Here!

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Astronomy Club Presents: A Journey Through Black History
Feb
11
8:00pm 8:00pm

Astronomy Club Presents: A Journey Through Black History

Join Reverend Professor Ray Cordova as he delivers a lesson in the real black history. Behold the thirst of the Middle Passage, witness the style of the Underground Railroad, and revel in the memory of the greatest black inventors. This show is the realization of MLK's dream... Or maybe his nightmare.

Tickets $5: Purchase here!

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Astronomy Club: A Journey Thru Black History
Jan
29
7:30pm 7:30pm

Astronomy Club: A Journey Thru Black History

Astronomy Club continues it's incredible run of the much buzzed about sketch show "A Journey Thru Black History" alongside former Maude team One Idiot: Tennessee Williams "What the Horse Saw".

Join Reverend Professor Ray Cordova as he delivers a lesson in the real black history. Behold the thirst of the Middle Passage, witness the style of the Underground Railroad, and revel in the memory of the greatest black inventors. This show is the realization of MLK's dream... Or maybe his nightmare.

Tickets $5: Buy Here!

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