OutCasts

OutCasts

Fareeha Khan, Hari Kondabolu, Guy Montgomery, Rachel Kaly, Francesca D'uva, Eva Victor, Jessy Morner-Ritt, Eric Rahill, Vihaan Samat

Mon · January 28, 2019

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.

OutCast
OutCast
Fareeha Khan (Refinery29, MTV, The 'Sup Show) invites some of NYC's best comedians to share what feeling like an outcast means to them.
Fareeha Khan
Fareeha Khan
Fareeha Khan is a comedian, writer, actor, and artist based in NYC. She has written for MTV Decoded and Reductress, and she was part of the Riot x TBS Comedy Writers Lab last year. She has appeared in comedy shorts for Jimmy Kimmel Live, Comedy Central, and Funny or Die. She has performed on some of the best shows in the city, including Butterboy, Comedians You Should Know, Asian AF, and more. You can see her performing stand up and characters regularly around town or at one of the shows she hosts: The 'Sup Show at Caveat and OutCasts at Union Hall. She also does improv with her pal Rachel Kaly at a fun and insane two-prov show called Twins F*cking. Her web series Ronnie Luvs Comedy is available on the internet. In it, she plays a teenage boy named Ronnie, which she got the "Best Actress" award for at Quickie Fest IV because I guess she's good at playing a teenage boy. She hails from Pakistan and also somehow Virginia.
Hari Kondabolu
Hari Kondabolu
Hari Kondabolu is a Brooklyn-based, Queens-raised comic who the NY Times has called “one of the most exciting political comics in stand-up today.” In March 2014, he released his debut standup album “Waiting for 2042” on indie-label Kill Rock Stars. He is currently NYU’s APA Institute’s “Artist in Residence” for the 2014-2015 Academic Year.​ ​Hari has done standup on the Late Show with David Letterman , Conan , Jimmy Kimmel Live, Live at Gotham and John Oliver’s New York Standup Show. His Comedy Central Presents half-hour television special debuted on the network in February 2011.His documentary “The Problem With Apu” is now available on the truTV website & app, iTunes, Roku, and Amazon Fire.
Guy Montgomery
Guy Montgomery
A stand up comedian in the style of everyone you like, his surreal style of bemoaning the everyday has fast won him praise and awards in his native New Zealand and as far west of New Zealand as Australia. He is a regular fixture at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the Sydney Comedy Festival and of course at the New Zealand International Comedy Festival where he won the coveted Billy T Award for his debut solo show in 2014. In the years since he has appeared on TV, the radio AND the internet, a genuine triple threat

In a move of unspeakable hubris, 2017 saw Guy relocate to New York, New York to pursue his dream of being destitute in the greatest city on earth. So far so good. Please enjoy this list of awards and nominations that hold immense value in New Zealand and Australia while having almost negligible worth here in beautiful North America.
Rachel Kaly
Rachel is a queer Middle Eastern American NYC-based comedian and writer. She is a contributing writer for ClickHole and has studied at the Annoyance Theater, Second City, and at UCB as a diversity scholar. She is a member of Ladies Who Ranch, and hosts a monthly show as a violent and manipulative Ellen Degeneres.
Francesca D'uva
Eva Victor
Eva Victor
Eva Victor is an actor, writer and comedian originally from San Francisco. She is an editor at Reductress and an actor with the Story Pirates. You can see her on MTV Decoded, at SF Sketchfest (upcoming). Or, catch her co-hosting the monthly Reductress show Haha Wow! at Caveat and eating this very toasted everything bagel!
Jessy Morner-Ritt
Jessy Morner-Ritt
Jessy Morner-Ritt is a comedian and writer based in New York City.

She has performed on the 202 Comedy Festival and the Hell Yes Fest. She has been featured on Funny or Die and The Special Without Brett Davis. Her writings have appeared on Funny or Die and Brightest Young Things.

She co-hosts the monthly comedy variety shows Just a Show at Sunnyvale and Smaltown Arts Appreciation Society Presents at Film Noir Cinema. You can catch her performing around Brooklyn weekly.
Eric Rahill
Vihaan Samat
Venue Information:
Union Hall - Brooklyn
702 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11215
http://www.unionhallny.com/