On October 7th at 7pm, East Village alternative comedy host and voice of Zeke on Bob’s Burgers Bobby Tisdale brings some of his funniest and silliest friends from NYC to provide a night of laughter in Hamilton.
BOBBY TISDALE is a writer and actor, known for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (2009), Due Date (2010) and The Wrong Coast (2004). Bobby co-hosts and produces a weekly stand up comedy cabaret in NYC’s Greenwich Village with fellow actor/comedian Eugene Mirman called “Invite Them Up”.
SETH HERZOG is a regular performer on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. He also hosts a weekly comedy show in NYC called Sweet.
ANA FABREGA is a comedian in New York City. She produces, hosts, and performs at comedy venues and art spaces around the city. She hosts a monthly show on the first Sunday of every month at Starr Bar in Brooklyn at 8pm called Sundays with Ana. She was selected for Just For Laughs “New Faces: Characters” 2017 and for Comedy Central’s “Comics to Watch” for the 2016 New York Comedy Festival. The New York Times describes Ana as “an inventive performer with a knack for off-kilter characters.”
CRAIG BALDO has performed stand-up on Conan, NBC’s Late Friday, Premium Blend and more. He’s currently the warm-up act for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and a New Yorker cartoon contributor. Craig lives in Brooklyn.
BRETT DAVIS performs comedy under the guises of his many twisted characters. These characters are the rotating hosts of his live late night variety show The Special Without Brett Davis airing in New York and online worldwide.
He wrote, produced and starred in IFC webseries Boy Band, the Comedy Central Snapchat series Autumn With Dracula and independent film BANANAZZZ. He has also appeared on The Chris Gethard Show, Jon Glaser Loves Gear, HBO’s Animals, Comedy Central, Adult Swim, MTV, The Best Show, and in numerous music videos.
He also is the increasingly frustrated host of the intentionally niche show, The Podcast For Laundry. He was the winner of the 2015 Andy Kaufman Award and was named a Comics to Watch by Comedy Central, which later presented his one-man show Brett Davis Is Not Real.
The comedy show will be followed by a special appearance by musician Chris Eves.
$15 per ticket.