FOMO Live with Kristen Bartlett

FOMO Live with Kristen Bartlett

Kristen Bartlett, Jason Gore, Luke Null, Keisha Zollar, Mike Drucker

Sun · August 5, 2018

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

$8 Advance / $10 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.

 

FOMO Live with Kristen Bartlett
FOMO Live with Kristen Bartlett
Pictures may be worth a thousand words, but Instagrams are straight-up lying. Kristen Bartlett (Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, SNL) hosts a night of storytelling and stand-up as your favorite comedians share the Instas that made you feel left out and the true stories behind them.
Kristen Bartlett
Kristen Bartlett
Kristen Bartlett is an Emmy-nominated writer, who was recently named one of Hollywood's top 100 new writers by the Tracking Board Young and Hungry List. Her credits include Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, Saturday Night Live, MTV, and The Best Show with Tom Scharpling. Her comedy writing has been featured in Rolling Stone, The Guardian, Vulture, and many others. Her show The Dead Dads Club, a darkly funny take on loss, performed to sold out audiences at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York and at special engagements in Montreal and Los Angeles. You can see her on TV in Netflix Presents: The Characters and on Difficult People (Hulu).
Jason Gore
Jason Gore
Jason Gore is a comedian, writer, & actor from Radford, VA. He is a performer at Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and is a founding member Bridge & Tunnel, a sketch group that has performed at New York City Sketch Festival, Jersey City Comedy Festival, Boston Comedy Arts Festival, and won the Yelp Audience Favorite and Best Newcomer awards at Sketchfest Montreal. Jason appeared in Hulu's Difficult People & he has acted in videos for Above Average, UCB Comedy & IFC.com. He is also a producer for The Best Show with Tom Scharpling.
Luke Null
Luke Null
Luke Null is a cast member on Saturday Night Live. Prior to joining the show, Null was known for performing at the iO Theater in Chicago.
Keisha Zollar
Keisha Zollar
Keisha Zollar is an actress-comedienne who is currently a staff writer on The Opposition with Jordan Klepper and in 2017 wrapped on her third Comedy Central digital series as an actor and writer. She has been seen on Netflix’s Orange is the New Black, Comedy Central, Nightcap, Middle of the Night, The Today Show, CollegeHumor, TVLand, Funny or Die, IAF.tv, Above Average, MSNBC, MTV, and UCBComedy. As an actress Keisha played the role of Sarah in Believe Her, a short about the moments after sexual assault (wrapped Oct. 2017). In addition, her comedy group Astronomy Club has a web series with Comedy Central dropping in late 2017. She has been featured by Glamour magazine, Fast Company, Paste magazine, etc, and has written for Bitch Flicks, FemSplain, and more.
Mike Drucker
Mike Drucker
Mike Drucker started doing comedy on a rainy February afternoon after spending months recording himself in his sad little NYU dorm. Not being as terrible as he thought, he continued to hit open-mics and was soon a regular at clubs around New York City. Within a year, he was performing at colleges and national comedy competitions, and was a finalist in Disney’s “So You Think You’re Funny” contest and the runner up for the title of Philadelphia’s Funniest. Since then, he has performed in comedy festivals across the country including the Boston Comedy Festival, Seattle International Comedy Competition, New Orleans Comedy Festival, New York Underground Comedy Festival, and more.

With his sharp jokes and unusual topics, Mike has been lucky enough to write for places including Saturday Night Live, The Onion newspaper, The Onion News Network on Comedy Central, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, McSweeney’s, Nintendo, College Humor, The ESPY Awards, and the PBS Mark Twain Awards (TBS). His writing on and off television has been featured in Entertainment Weekly, The New York Times, and was nominated for Time Out New York’s Joke of the Year.

He has also appeared on television on ESPN, Comedy Central’s The Watchlist, Saturday Night Live, and a segment on comedy on Inside The NFL.
Venue Information:
Union Hall - Brooklyn
702 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11215
http://www.unionhallny.com/