The Roast of Your 15 Year-Old Self

The Roast of Your 15 Year-Old Self

Alise Morales, Mary Kate Doherty, Kristen Bartlett, Jason Gore, Fareeha Khan, Drew Anderson

Mon · April 22, 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.

The Roast of Your 15 Year-Old Self
The Roast of Your 15 Year-Old Self
Some of NYC's funniest comedians come together for one night only to roast the one person everybody loves to hate: themselves at 15. With photos, old diary entries, and the occasional angst-filled musical number, The Roast Of Your 15 Year Old Self is a laugh riot guaranteed to make you feel better about all the embarrassing things you did as a teen.
Alise Morales
Alise Morales
Alise Morales is a comedy writer and performer based in Brooklyn, NY. Alise is currently the News & Politics Editor at Betches, and head writer of The Betches Sup newsletter, and co-host of the Betches Sup podcast. Her writing has been featured in Flexx Mag, Reductress, Above Average, Betches and more. She has appeared on Difficult People, Late Night With Seth Meyers, MTV's 'Need to Know' and you can catch her voicing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Showtime's Our Cartoon President.
Mary Kate Doherty
Mary Kate Doherty
Mary Kate really loves attention, so much so that she had a lip ring for 5 months in 2010. She is a comedian and artist located in Brooklyn and she desperately wants you to like her. She wants you to know this has nothing to do with her parents divorce. MTV, PIT, UCB. You can follow her on instagram: @gotnutmilk or twitter: @marykatedirty
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.
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.
Drew Anderson
Drew Anderson
Drew Anderson is a comic/writer based in Brooklyn. He has performed all around the country including the Out of Bounds Comedy Festival, Brooklyn Comedy Festival, and New York Comedy Festival. His writing has been featured on the NPR show Music&Stories and he currently contributes writing to Reductress, McSweeney's, and the popular game Cards Against Humanity. He co-hosts the monthly TimeOut NY Critic Pick, STEVIE (a comedy show), at Union Hall with Sam Taggart & Marcia Belsky. Drew was a cast member of Handmaids Tale: the Musical, which after a sold-out run in Brooklyn, played at the Kennedy Center for the Bentzen Ball Comedy Festival. He debuted his show, Ready for Bed, at Ars Nova this past summer.
Venue Information:
Union Hall - Brooklyn
702 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11215
http://www.unionhallny.com/