It's a Guy Thing

It's a Guy Thing

Catherine Cohen, Mitra Jouhari, Kelsey Caine, Josh Sharp & Aaron Jackson, Drew Anderson, Fareeha Khan, Sandy Honig

Sat · February 24, 2018

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$6 Advance / $8 Day of Show

This event is 21 and over

**PLEASE NOTE: This event will be mixed seated/standing. Arrive early for best seat selection.

*Individual performer appearances subject to change without notice.

It's a Guy Thing
It's a Guy Thing
Mitra Jouhari, Catherine Cohen, and Patti Harrison are three gals who just don't get "guy stuff." They've invited some of the best comedians around town to give them lectures on guy stuff so that they can finally fit in.
Catherine Cohen
Catherine Cohen
Catherine Cohen is a comedian, actor, voiceover artist, and poet living in Brooklyn. She performs on a house team at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and hosts the monthly variety show It's A Guy Thing at Union Hall, which was listed as one of Paste Magazine’s “10 Best Alt Comedy Shows in New York City." Her work has been featured on Splitsider, The New Yorker, The Huffington Post, New York Mag's The Cut, The Brooklyn Comedy Festival, and The New York Comedy Festival. Follow her @catccohen for tweets and Instagram poetry.
Mitra Jouhari
Mitra Jouhari
Mitra Jouhari is a writer/comedian who lives in Brooklyn. Upcoming projects include an Adult Swim pilot called "Three Busy Debras" (which she co-wrote, co-starred, and co-produced with Sandy Honig and Alyssa Stonoha), writing for "High Maintenance" on HBO, and co-starring in the independent feature "F1", directed by Shahrzad Davani. She has written for "Miracle Workers" on TBS, "The President Show" on Comedy Central, and prior to that was a staffer at "Full Frontal w/ Samantha Bee" on TBS. TV/Film Credits include: "The Big Sick", "Broad City", "Friends From College", "Full Frontal", as well as videos for the New Yorker, IFC, Comedy Central, Above Average, Refinery29's RIOT, and more. Her writing has appeared in the LA Review of Books, American Bystander, McSweeney's, Reductress, Flaunt Magazine, Reality Beach, Splitsider, and Rookie. She co-hosts the monthly live show "It's a Guy Thing" at Union Hall. She is from Ohio which is why she is nice.
Kelsey Caine
Kelsey Caine is a New York comedian originally from Houston, Texas. Her family describes her comedy as, “Stop telling jokes about us. It hurts your brother’s feelings.” Kelsey is most well known for her very light prop comedy. She was a state finalist in the 2017 Miss New York USA beauty pageant and her humor writing has been featured in the New York Times.
Drew Anderson
Drew Anderson
Drew Anderson is a Brooklyn-based comic who came up in Chicago's bustling comedy scene.

While in Chicago he performed at the Laugh Factory, Zanies Chicago (Queer Comedy), Chicago Underground Comedy, Entertaining Julia as well as improvising regularly at the iO theater where he last produced the QWEIRDO show.

Now in NYC, he performs regularly at the UCB, The Stand, Union Hall, QED Astoria, Littlefield, Ars Nova, and is a co-host of the monthly show STEVIE at Our Wicked Lady in Bushwick. He has performed at the Out of Bounds Comedy Festival, Cinder Block Comedy Festival, & Crom Comedy Festival in Toronto. His writing has been featured on the NPR show Music&Stories.

Drew is also a proud actor/director with the Story Pirates, an educational organization that performs hilarious stories written by kids.
Fareeha Khan
Fareeha Khan
Fareeha Khan is a comedian based in Brooklyn, NY by way of Virginia. She performs around NYC regularly. She was lucky to be one of eight comedians chosen to participate in the Riot x TBS comedy writers lab in 2017. She's written and performed original content about the Muslim American experience for MTV Decoded. She co-hosts 'Sup, a bi-monthly show and a weekly open mic featuring female, queer, and gender non-conforming performers. The show has been called "a phenomenon: a wildly supportive, female-driven event" by the Stellar Underground.
Sandy Honig
Sandy Honig
Sandy Honig is a photographer and comedian based in New York City.

She photographs and writes for Rookie Magazine and freelances for various publications including Refinery 29, VICE, The Village Voice, New York Magazine, and Vulture. She was part of the "Rising Waters" exhibition at The Museum of The City of New York, a curation of photos from Hurricane Sandy.
Venue Information:
Union Hall - Brooklyn
702 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11215
http://www.unionhallny.com/