So Many Problems

So Many Problems

Becca Beberaggi, Sydnee Washington, Bobby Hankinson, Molly Austin, Doug Smith, Usama Siddiquee, Melissa Rocha

Tue · August 28, 2018

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

$5 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.

*Individual performer appearances subject to change without notice.

So Many Problems
So Many Problems
“So Many Problems" is an uproarious comedy show about our flaws, our fears, and our issues. Come join host Becca Beberaggi (BK Comedy Fest, Paste Magazine, Very good Pisces) for a laugh, a group cry, or whatever you desire. We are in this together. Let's get messy!
Becca Beberaggi
Becca Beberaggi
Becca Beberaggi is a NYC based writer, comedian and performer. She is the host for Comedy Night at Paste Magazine and produces a monthly female only stand-up showcase at The Peoples Improv Theatre called "A Lady Mustache Show". Most recently you might have seen her at the Brooklyn Comedy Festival or She Makes Me Laugh Femme Fest. Her solo show "I Laugh To keep From Crying" premiered at SoloCom in 2016. She's a tiny human who naps.

Photo credit: Zach Simao
Sydnee Washington
Sydnee Washington
Sydnee is originally from New York City but raised in Oakland, California. Growing up with a backyard & a big wheel really has made her more approachable than most New Yorkers. Sydnee and her frequent collaborator, Marie Faustin, host the popular podcast “The UnOfficial Expert” with ComedyHype. They also host the Lower East Side comedy staple, Hot Box Comedy. Sydnee writes and stars in her one woman show "Death of a Bottle Girl" (seen at the Duplex and Caveat) and has appeared on MTV, TruTv, and various videos for GQ and Elite Daily.
Bobby Hankinson
Bobby Hankinson
Brooklyn-based writer and comedian Bobby Hankinson is the host and producer of monthly LGBTQ comedy and storytelling show Kweendom. He's immersed himself in the queer experience as a columnist for leading LGBTQ website Towleroad.com, as a touring member of the critically-acclaimed "Awkward Sex and the City" storytelling troupe and by banging dudes on the regular. His writing has also appeared in The Boston Globe, The Houston Chronicle and Brokelyn.com.
Molly Austin
Molly Austin
Molly Austin is a stand up comic in nyc. She has been featured on Tru tv's Late Night Snack as part of her comedy duo Austin Martinez Comedy. She and Christi are bffs and she doesn't really like it when people sneeze.
Doug Smith
Doug Smith
Doug Smith is a New York comic who recently made his late night debut on CONAN. Following his selection as a New Face at the Montreal Just for Laughs Festival in 2013, he's been featured at the Oddball Comedy and Curiosity Festival, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and the NY Comedy Festival. Doug co-hosts the stand-up/variety show See You in Hell which The Comedy Bureau listed in the Top 100 Best Things in Comedy. A finalist in both Caroline's March Madness competition and NY's Funniest competition on Seeso, Doug is also the creator and star of the web series Secret Weapon, a finalist at the Channel 101 festival. In addition to CONAN, Doug's TV appearances include Gotham Comedy Live on AXS TV, Uproarious on Fuse, and the new season of This Is Not Happening on Comedy Central.
Usama Siddiquee
Usama Siddiquee
Usama Siddiquee (formerly known by his stage name “Usama Bin Laughin”) is completely comfortable with writing a bio about himself in third person. His absolute ease should already be impressing you by now. His act is an energetic (bordering on frenetic) and intelligent (bordering on genius) romp through his own life experiences. Family! Friends! Sex! Religion! Sex with religious friends! It’s all there, and Usama slings jokes on these topics and more with rapid-fire charisma and hilarity. You should be following him on Instagram and Twitter @UsamaBinLaughin
Melissa Rocha
Melissa Rocha
Melissa Rocha is a Brooklyn based comedian from Texas. Comedy supports her high functioning anxiety disorder and not much else.
Venue Information:
Union Hall - Brooklyn
702 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11215
http://www.unionhallny.com/