New York Comedy Roundup 3/11/2017

“TWAT the Night” poster art by Matthew Cohen

The Difficult to Name Reading Series – March 11th, 6 pm, Study Hall Gowanus 200 6th St. #2H Brooklyn, free. This is a literary reading, but it includes the insanely funny Ziwe Fumudoh and Mitra Jouhari.

Meatheads on Mars – March 11th, 18th, and 25th, 8 pm at the Annoyance. $10. Danny Groh directs a crew of astronauts discovering a posse of Jersey Shore-ish chowderheads on the red planet.

Obama’s America – March 11th, 11:30 pm at the Annoyance. Fumudoh’s open mic, billed as “so fun and carefree it’s like Obama never left office.”

Nighttime Surprises – March 12th at 7 at the Annoyance. $5. David Bowers wants to phone in his talk show and not encounter any damn characters tonight, but instead he’s in for some nighttime surprises.

Late Mic with Patti Harrison – March 13th at 9 at Topaz. A character work-centered open mic, this week hosted by guest genius Patti Harrison.

Choir Presents: The Ocean Show – March 13th at 9:30 at UCB Chelsea. It’s a musical!

Take Two Storytelling – March 15th at 7:30 at C’mon Everybody. Elana Lancaster and Harvey Katz host an emotional rollercoaster of stories with fake-out endings.

DON’T CUM: A Brian and Edy Solo Show – March 17th at 8 at Cloud City. Two miscreants present a series of sick-as-hell videos and sketches they’ve been doing over the past couple years.

The Macaulay Culkin Show – March 19th at 8 pm at Shea Stadium, 20 Meadow Street. $5. Brett Davis and Sally Burtnick host this “comedy showcase and living nightmare that has nothing to do with Macaulay Culkin.” Guests in this Saint Patrick’s Day edition include Chris Gethard, Isaac Oliver, Tyler Richardson, Joe Castle Baker, Casey James Salengo, and Catherine Cohen.

TWAT The Night: Last Dance – March 18th at 11:30 pm, The Annoyance. Heather Harrison and Marybess Pritchett are back for the final Annoyance-hosted edition of their all-female improv jam; a dance party will follow.

Zen Boogie Comedy Show – March 21st at 11 pm, The Footlight. This monthly stand-up show in Ridgewood, Queens hosted by Irene Fagan Merrow and Max Bruno always has a good line-up, is always v chill.

Comedy Hibachi – March 22 at 7 pm, Muchmore’s. Hosted by Genius of Love Phil Stamato. Improv teams and stand-up comedians work together to create an evening of all-improvised comedy.

Clam Pals Live – March 31 at 8 pm, Legion. Sketch team Clam Pals commemorate their 10th show with a stacked line-up featuring Christi Chiello and Tusk favorite Tim Platt.

Scary Island: A Benefit Reading – April 1 at 6:30 pm at Videology. A live reading of the “Scary Island” saga from Real Housewives of New York, starring Fumudoh, Ryan Houlihan and more. Benefits the New York Women’s Foundation.

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