Super Video Bros.

Super Video Bros.

Mike Brown, Dillon Stevenson, Don Will, Noah Gardenswartz, Naima Cochrane

Sat · August 25, 2018

Doors: 9:30 pm / Show: 10:00 pm

$8 Advance / $10 Day of Show

Tickets available at door.

This event is 21 and over

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

Super Video Bros.
Super Video Bros.
Super Video Bros. is a video clip Show where comedians Mike Brown (MTV) and Dillon Stevenson (Okayplayer) react to a series of music videos associated with a common theme. This show has special guests, audience participation and JAMS!!
Mike Brown
Mike Brown
Mike Brown is a standup comic and writer based in Harlem, New York. He was named one of Rooftop Comedy’s Comics to Watch, Caroline’s Best of New Talent and a semi-finalist in NY Funniest competition presented by Carolines/JetBlue. Along with featuring at various comedy festivals like Comedy Central’s New York Comedy Festival, The San Francisco Sketchfest, The Lucille Ball Comedy Festival, Mike Brown has appeared on Adult Swim, MTV, TruTV, and Funny or Die.
Dillon Stevenson
Dillon Stevenson
Dillon Stevenson is a comedian and writer based out of New York City. Currently a staff writer on Wyatt Cenac's Problem Areas on HBO, he’s performed at Gotham Comedy Club, The Upright Citizens Brigade, and in 2017 embarked on a national tour as a member of the DeceptiComics. A presence on stage and online he was named as one of OkayPlayer.com’s Faces of Black Twitter, and Hip-Hop Wired’s Black Twitter 100.
Don Will
Don Will
Donwill is a Brooklyn based rapper who has parlayed his passion for music and writing into a wide array of opportunities. As a member of the rap group Tanya Morgan he has garnered critical acclaim with a string of impressive releases and music featured on Queen Sugar. As a solo act he has produced music for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and Buzzfeed’s “Another Round” podcast to name a few. Comedy is something he is passionate about as well, and alongside Wyatt Cenac he plays host to Shouting at the Screen, an interactive event based around Blaxploitation cinema where the duo provides colorful commentary and encourages the crowd to chime in and play drinking games. He is also a DJ who can be spotted spinning at Butterboy with Jo Firestone, Aparna Nancherla and Maeve Higgins, Sasheer Zamata Party Time, 2 Dope Queens and several venues around New York City.
Noah Gardenswartz
Noah Gardenswartz
Always relaxed on stage with a wide range of material and a unique perspective on life, Noah Gardenswartz is a comedian you should know about.

Noah was born and raised in Denver, but cut his comedy teeth in the diverse rooms of Atlanta. Currently living in Brooklyn, Gardenswartz’s well-crafted mix of jokes, observations, and personal stories have made him a New York City favorite, and a nationally booked up-and-comer.

In 2016, Noah had his own half hour special on Comedy Central, and also released his debut comedy album, “Blunt,” on Comedy Central Records. He has appeared on Conan, Comedy Central’s “Adam Devine’s House Party,” and in 2015 he was a semi-finalist on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing.”

He has written for truTV’s “Comedy Knockout,” and also appears regularly as a panelist on the show. Before turning to stand-up full time, Gardenswartz worked as a journalist, hedge fund day
trader, elementary school teacher, and even grew weed, though obviously not all at once.
Naima Cochrane
Naima Cochrane
For almost 20 years, I've worked behind the scenes of the music industry building the careers and brand stories of artists like John Legend, Maxwell, Beyoncè, Mary Mary, Jidenna, and more. As a marketer in a business that thrives on trends, my goal was to always keep my artists’ voice, content and messaging authentic.
Now, I'm utilizing those skills and practices on a broader level as the creator of the popular #MusicSermon Twitter series, and as the founder of cltr., a multi-functional agency that works with brands, organizations and public-facing figures to shape their stories in authentic ways.
I also write a few things about music and culture here and there, watch a whole lot of tv, and eat entirely too much candy for a grown person.
I often say I do a little bit of a lot, and after some grumblings from people I love, I realized it was time to create one space for everything Naima. This is also a look into my life, my work and my personal journey of authenticity as I'm transitioning from long time executive to creative entrepreneur.
Venue Information:
Union Hall - Brooklyn
702 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11215
http://www.unionhallny.com/