U Host?

U Host?

Zach Zimmerman, John Loos, Eric Lewis Baker, Peter Kim, Marcia Belsky, Dewayne Perkins, Pat Regan

Mon · July 16, 2018

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

$7 Advance / $10 Day of Show

Tickets available at door.

This event is 21 and over

**Please note that this event will be mixed seating/standing. Please arrive early for the best seat selection.

U Host?
U Host?
Hey. Hey. Horny? Yup. Hung? Sure. U host? Hell yeah. Join this mostly queer stand-up showcase featuring NYC comedians and LA out-of-towners here for an unnamed television festival. Don't suffer from homo fomo, come laugh on a damn Monday, queen. We're hosting.
Zach Zimmerman
Zach Zimmerman
Hi, I'm Zach.

I am a queer, Brooklyn-based comedian, writer, and performer.

Go ahead and get this out of the way and follow me on Insta and Twitter:

www.instagram.com/zzdoublezz
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www.medium.com/@zzdoublezz

I've performed with The Second City, Annoyance Theatre, iO Theatre, and Baby Wants Candy: the Completely Improvised Musical out of Chicago, and in New York at Union Hall, the Duplex, and the backs of many bars. My humor pieces have appeared in Instinct Magazine, The Huffington Post Blog, Dose, OMGFacts, and on the front page of Medium. Check out my videos, upcoming shows, and as always: send nudes.
John Loos
John Loos
I am a Los Angeles-based writer, actor and sketch comedian. I often play lady characters, and my favorite thing is shopping for early 1990s women's blazers at cluttered thrift stores. I am basically a more muscular, less successful John Early.
Eric Lewis Baker
Eric Lewis Baker
Eric Lewis-Baker is a creator/performer living in Los Angeles. A former public school music teacher, Eric now brings kids’ stories to life as a company member of Story Pirates, and can also be seen performing stand up at his show Suddenly Stand Up (Bar Lubitsch) and improvising with Baby Wine LA (Acme Comedy). The runner-up in 2012’s “Madison’s Funniest Comic” and a graduate of iO’s improv program, Eric has performed on stages across the country. He’s had multiple scripts recognized by such competitions as the New York Television Festival and Austin Film Festival, and his web series QUEERS! will have its World Festival Premiere at NYTVF in July 2018.
Peter Kim
Peter Kim
Peter is a writer/performer recently featured in the 2018 CBS Diversity Showcase. On screen, he can be seen on NBC's 'Shrink' and 'Chicago Justice'. On stage, he can be found all around LA performing stand up comedy; recently headlining the IFC stage at Oddball Fest. His other stage credits include The Second City e.t.c. - where he was nominated for a Jeff Award in the critically acclaimed revue: 'A Red Line Runs Through It', improvising with 'Baby Wine West', podcasting with the 'Ajumma Show' and 'The Showcase with Peter Kim' on iTunes, and airing daily grievances on Twitter @peterkz
Marcia Belsky
Marcia Belsky
Marcia Belsky is a New York City based stand-up comedian, musician and writer. In 2014, she was a semifinalist in the NBC StandUp For Diversity competition, and her web series Couch House was an official selection in the 2015 New York Television Festival. Currently, she performs stand up regularly around the New York area and has contributed to the popular satirical website Reductress. She is the lead singer of the "radical" feminist band Free the Mind and her project The Headless Women of Hollywood has been featured on Funny or Die, USA Today, Buzzfeed, Guys We F***cked, AV Club, E!News and more.
Dewayne Perkins
Dewayne Perkins
Dewayne Perkins is a New York based Chicago born and raised writer/comedian, who TimeOut New York recently named a Breakout LGBQT Comedian to watch. Dewayne is currently a writer on Michelle Wolf's upcoming Netflix late night show “The Break with Michelle Wolf” and recently wrote for the 2018 White House Correspondents Dinner. He is a former cast member on MTV's “Wild N Out” and was a NBC Stand Up For Diversity 2017 semi-finalist. A DePaul University graduate, Dewayne’s an alumni of the Second City Touring Company, writer/performer of the Second City/Woolly Mammoth collaboration “Black Side of the Moon” and a member of the award winning improv team 3Peat, who’s Comedy Central web short that he wrote, The Blackening, went viral with more than 14 million views.. Dewayne also makes up half of the duo, Bleep that Bleep. Their original shows include Beyonce ft. Jesus and Uncle Tom & Jerry Curl, and their NYTVF "Best Short Form" award winning web series Starving Artists. Dewayne is also a technically trained ballet and hip-hop dancer, performing with the Paris Opera Ballet in their first American tour of the ballet Giselle and Bolero and placing 7th nationally in" Hip Hop Internationals" in Las Vegas. You can catch him doing stand up all over New York, Chicago, and LA. He is represented by APA and Artists
Pat Regan
Pat Regan
Pat is a stand-up comedian, improviser, and a celebrated fixture of Manhattan's social elite. Pat Regan is the Lena Dunham of Facebook and wants you to follow him on twitter.com where his twitter name is @poregan.
Venue Information:
Union Hall - Brooklyn
702 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11215
http://www.unionhallny.com/