Shows

Sunday, March 26th

  • Downstairs

Join Sam Rose for open mic! Jokes! Live!

NickArrett presents: something old, something new, something borrowed , something blue. Something Old, a reunion of seasoned improv vets getting back together for one more amazing set at the Creek. Something New, a group of new improvisors doing their first set on stage at the Creek. Something Borrowed, we mash up the vets and the rooks and watch the magic happen. something Blue, NIckArrett do what we do and we go blue!

Sketches pulled strait from the comics mind to our theatre wall! Featuring music of the live persuasion! It’s comedy, with a little feeling.

10:00 PM

The Grandstand

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10:00 PM

The Grandstand

  • Downstairs

It’s Sunday night at the Creek and the Cave, and we’re haven’ us an open mic! Come throw your name in the bucket and receive exactly what you deserve. This is The Grandstand, goddammit! Hosted by Ian Kitchen. Starts at 10pm

Monday, March 27th

6:00 PM

Raining Buckets

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6:00 PM

Raining Buckets

  • Downstairs
Put your name on a piece of paper and pray to the gods it will rain down into the hands of either Jacob Lie or Stu Melton. Or don’t…your chances of getting called up are about the same either way (100% chance!). This is the open mic you need no matter what it’s like outside. Come in and forget the sunshine. No windows. No fresh air. Just the way we like it!
Travis Irvine is a journalist, comedian, independent filmmaker and unsuccessful politician. He has contributed to VICELAND, the Guardian, Mediaite, The Huffington Post, Jesse Ventura’s “Off the Grid” and .Mic. Travis wrote and directed a feature-length horror/satire film about killer raccoons that is available from cult film company Troma Entertainment, and in 2007 he ran for mayor of his hometown in Ohio and turned the experience into a short documentary that was featured at the Cannes Film Festival. Travis’ campaign and comedy videos have been featured on “The Jay Leno Show,” PBS’s “NewsHour” and Funny Or Die, and he was also once on “The People’s Court.” A recent graduate of Columbia Journalism School, Travis lives and performs between New York City and Ohio.

 

The Kaleidoscope is an experiment where friends and strangers get together and perform. Every week, four improvisers will form teams with whom they have never performed to create teams that have never existed and will never exist again. Like a kaleidoscope: every time you look you will see something different. Hosted by Tao Yang

NYC finest Improvisers and stand up comedians come together to create a show solely based on Kayne West’s.

hosted by Brian Mitchell & Jose Acevedo

11:00 PM

PBR &Scrap Paper

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11:00 PM

PBR &Scrap Paper

Start the week off right, cheap Pabst Blue Ribbon and new jokes fresh off the napkin. At least four minutes to work out this week’s new material. 11pm-ish, names get drawn from a bucket, hosted by Joseph Robert.”

Tuesday, March 28th

6:00 PM

Butt Factory

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6:00 PM

Butt Factory

Lonely orphan boy, Tim Unkenholz, got his most cherished wish of all when one night he was visited by a blue fairy who granted him his very own comedy open mic.

“It shall be called, ‘Butt Factory’!” proclaimed the fairy.

“Why?” asked Tim, but the fairy disappeared in a marvelous cloud of vanilla glaze. Now Tim and his new comedian friends gather together every Tuesday at 6pm to laugh and clap in hopes of summoning the fairy so he can explain this puzzling combination of words—and maybe life itself.

2 minutes of stage time to help Tim conjure the Butt Factory Fairy!  Come on down!

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