Saturday, April 15th
Christina Galston hosts this lip sync contest with a new theme every month. This month’s theme 90’s Hip Hop and R&B! Come see your favorite comedians show you what they’re mouths do! Acts will be judged on costume, choreography, audience hypeness, and lip sync by YOU THE AUDIENCE!!! Come out and throw a couple back while your throwing that ass back to your favorite throwback jamz! Now that’s what I call a lyp sync contest!
Sunday, April 16th
Ready 2 Crumble brings all the excitement and passion of the definitely real “sport” of professional wrestling to standup comedy. Your clueless announcers, Kelsey Caine and Jack Comstock, invite you to get up and throw down for this monthly comedy show that is sure to be a blood bath. Watch as the best of New York Comedy enter the ring hoping for glory! Who will suvive? Who will be there? Who actually cares about wrestling? Come on out and get Ready 2 Crumble!!!
Monday, April 17th
This Week’s Artist:
When Ryan gets the opportunity to talk at a group of strangers with a microphone, he relates to them by drawing from his pathetically shallow reservoir of life experience. Staying comfortably within the bounds of his limited knowledge and interests, his material focuses on things that bother him, getting bothered by things, and the relationship between him and things that are bothersome. It goes without saying that it is clearly everything else that has a problem, not him.
Ryan has performed at a wide range of international comedy festivals, including SF Sketchfest, NXNE, Limestone, Bentzen Ball, Laugh Your Asheville Off, Cape Fear, and the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival. He has opened for comics like Dave Attell, Pete Holmes, Wyatt Cenac, Dan Soder, Godfrey, Beth Stelling, Nate Bargatze, Joe List, and Mark Normand at venues across the country. He has also made appearances on WNYC’s “2 Dope Queens,” the Nerdists’s “Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction,” “Gotham Comedy Live” on AXS TV, “Laughs” on Fox Network, “The Alyona Show” on Russia Today, and “The Stream” on Al Jazeera. Born and raised in Washington, DC, Ryan now lives in New York City where he regularly performs standup, sketch, and improv comedy.
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