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Night Train with Guest Host David Cross

Oct 19, 2015 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

| $8
David Cross was on an episode of Modern Family and was a voice on Curious George.
Adam Cayton-Holland
Adam Cayton-Holland is a newspaper columnist and stand-up comedian from Denver, Colorado. His column, “What’s So Funny,” appears weekly in Westword, a Denver alternative newspaper, where he frequently writes about 80s cartoon Duck Tales and his love of Chipotle burritos. Adam has performed in venues across the country.
Rob Haze
In a short amount of time, Rob Haze has become a rising star in stand up comedy. The Atlanta native began his stand up journey while studying Political Science, at the University of Georgia. There he would host and perform at many talent shows, pageants, and step shows. He went on to win the Athens Last Comic Standing contest. Robert moved back to his hometown Atlanta, Georgia to further his comedy career. With a sense of humor that is full both of clever wordplay and references to popular culture, there is no wonder why Rob has become a favorite at the Laughing Skull Lounge, Punchline, and Uptown Comedy Corner. Rob uses his gift, to help others as well; in 2012 he won the Autism Laughs charity competition. He also was a writer and star of a (local) sketch comedy show called Cabbagetown. In 2012, Rob began to branch out from the Southeast, and was a finalist in the Bay Area Black Comedy Competition inOakland, California. He was a 2012 Finalist in the NBC Stand Up for Diversity contest and will be joining them on their 2013 college tour. There are no racial or age limits to Rob’s comedy as he likes to bring people together rather than tear them apart.
Anthony DeVito
Originally from New Jersey, Anthony DeVito is a NYC based comedian. He was one of the “New Faces” at the 2012 Montreal Just for Laughs Festival, made his television debut in 2014 on AXS TV’s Gotham Comedy Live and was the 2015 winner of Caroline’s March Madness. He’s also performed at the 2014 Boston Comedy Festival, 2014 Laugh Your Asheville Off, 2014 Limestone Comedy Fest, 2013 Bridgetown Comedy Festival and 2013 SF Sketchfest. In addition to stand-up, he’s appeared on TV Land’s The Jim Gaffigan Show, is a regular on Fox News Channel’s Red Eye, has been a featured guest on PIX 11’s Morning News, was on one of the final broadcasts of Sirius XM’s Ron and Fez, has been published in Timeout NY and is the former host of the NOC TV’s Say What?!.
Raj Sivaraman
Raj Sivaraman is a writer, comedian, and writer/comedian who likes to make people laugh and possibly teach them a lesson or two. He is a co-founder of the sketch über-group Lightning Hawx, and has written for ImprovBoston house teams the Latchkey Kids and the Ruckus. He has performed in several festivals all over the country for standup and sketch comedy. He was one of the main writers/performers for Boston News Net. When not writing comedy, he likes to write about retroviruses for peer-reviewed journals, and eat oatmeal with peanut butter and honey.
Josie Long
In 1999, Josie Long won the BBC New Comedy Award at the age of just 17 – making her too young for the champagne that came as part of the prize. Despite the boost the award would have given to her comedy career, she took time off performing to complete her English degree at Oxford university, returning in 2003. Following the break, she was named best newcomer in the Chortle awards in 2005, and best breakthrough act the following year. In 2006, she also scooped best newcomer in the if.comedy awards for her solo Edinburgh debut, Kindness and Exuberance. She was subsequently nominated for the Edinburgh comedy award three years running: 2010, 2011 and 2012.
Jenny Zigrino
With the sweetness of the Midwest and the iron balls of the East Coast, Jenny Zigrino is a comedian that packs a punch of truly original humor. She’s charmed audiences across the country with her wit, keen observations, embarrassing anecdotes, and brilliant honesty for a compelling performance you can’t ignore. She made her late night debut on Conan O’Brien and was a finalist in Comedy Central’s “Up Next” Comics to Watch of 2013. She took 2nd place on the TBS show “Funniest Wins”, hosted by Marlon Wayans. She was featured on Oxygen’s “My Crazy Love”, IFC’s “Young, Broke, and Beautiful”, and FOX’s “LaughsTV”. She’s a regular performer at the Women in Comedy Festival and has also performed at the New York Comedy Festival, RIOTLA Comedy Festival, The 9s Music Festival, Great American Comedy Festival, Cape Fear Comedy Festival, Boston Comedy Festival, and many others. In conclusion, she’s kind of a bad ass bitch.
DJ Tara

Absorbing the sounds of New York since her birth in Brooklyn, Tara spins a collage of sounds that captures the eclectic vibe of modern New York life.

Having performed at diverse and unconventional venues around New York City, Tara is always eager to find new and exciting crowds to spin for. Early on in her career, Tara realized being a DJ is more than just playing a mix of records; it is a matter of building trust between herself and the crowd and sharing the knowledge and love the she has for the music and the feelings it projects onto the listeners. The crowd trusts Tara to become part of another great night in their lives, and she returns that favor by giving them a taste of the familiar as well as something new that may be something they have never realized was needed or missed in their musical memory.

Tara has spun at various venues across New York City including Brooklyn Bowl, Santos Party House, Le Poisson Rouge, Hotel on Rivington and has travelled both domestically and internationally to DJ parties, concerts and other interactive events


Oct 19, 2015
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm


622 Degraw Street
New York, NY 11217 United States
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