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Suicide Girls and Comedy

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January 17, 2020

The Comedy Cellar

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Louie Isn't Weinstein

November 17, 2017

The Louis CK discussion continues at the Comedy Cellar table

Guy Branum Comes to the Table

November 16, 2017

Guy Branum is a Los Angeles-based standup comedian. He is the author of the recent Vulture article, "Tear Down the Boys' Club That Protected Louis C.K." The show also features multiple comedians who regularly perform at the Comedy Cellar, including: Rick Crom, Mike Finoia, Adrienne Iapalucci, Joyelle Johnson, Modi, Keith Robinson, and Rich Vos.

Reza Aslan & Des Bishop

November 9, 2017

Reza Aslan is an author, producer, and TV host. He is the author of a new book, "God: A Human History." Des Bishop is a prominent standup comedian who may be seen performing regularly at the Comedy Cellar.

Sean Patton, Mark Normand, and Nate Andorsky

November 2, 2017

Sean Patton and Mark Normand are prominent standup comedians who may be seen performing regularly at the Comedy Cellar. Nate Andorsky is a co-founder Creative Science - a digital agency that leverages theories derived from behavioral economics to build websites, mobile apps and virtual/augmented experiences for nonprofits, foundations and mission driven companies. He was recently published in Forbes about his experience performing standup comedy with his article, "What Performing Stand-Up Comedy Can Teach You About Growing Your Business".

Des Bishop, Dov Davidoff, and Brandyn Heppard

October 26, 2017

Des Bishop and Dov Davidoff are prominent NYC-based standup comedians who may be seen performing regularly at the Comedy Cellar. Brandyn Heppard is a PhD candidate at the New School for Social Research in New York City. He is the chair of the Humanities, Social Science, & Education department and an assistant professor of Philosophy at Raritan Valley Community College, where he also serves as the co-director of RVCC’s Women’s Center. He was recently selected as a NJ Public Scholar by the NJ Council for the Humanities for his work on the philosophy of comedy.
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