Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Doing Comedy Naked in Bushwick
But were afraid to ask.
But were afraid to ask.
A comedian finds his voice filming things in a Bushwick-adjacent neighborhood in Queens.
Despite the pandemic, the indoor-outdoor venue has grown from a tiny studio room to a well-known performance space.
Elsewhere has started airing a new virtual variety show on Twitch once a month. Upcoming artists include Starchild & The New Romantic and NYC mayoral candidate Paperboy Love Prince.
An Interview with Teresa Braun, Drag/Genderf*ck curator at The Brick Theater
New show uses innovative shopping technology and features a variety of famous co-hosts.
With 20 shows under its sleeve, Easy Listening Comedy is gaining recognition.
After 15 bicyclists died this year, locals are raising awareness and funds.
You’ll laugh your face off while cartoonists draw live alongside comedians!
“I hope my voice encourages others in my community to live whatever their weird truth is.”
Secret venues, comedy in a lingerie store, all-female lineups, and more gems!
Join comedian and cyclist Danny Felts to raise awareness for RIP Medical Debt organization.
Queer standup, hip-hop improv, female hosts, and more!
Laugh and cry, absolutely free, at these local and diverse shows.
Where to crack jokes if you’re tired of cis-het white comedy!
This queer open mic is blowing up in Brooklyn.
His Twitter bio calls him one of “Homeland Security’s Comics to Watch.”
Warm up this January with some good laughs!
Bringing intersectional comedy to North Brooklyn.
This series about the (mis)adventures of two Brooklyn dads is a must see.
Come to Starr Bar to watch New York stand-ups perform, and donate to an organization that impacts local residents.
The Stay Woke Comedy Show promises to make you laugh through a social justice lens.
Your parents tagged themselves “in a warehouse in Bushwick” on Instagram.
Bushwick Daily cartoonist tells you what “classic” Holiday movies to rent this season.
Comedian Katy Berry writes and stars in “Katy in the Bush.”
Speakeasies are so basic.
“Miles For Mary” gives us six school employees trying to plan a 24-hour telethon as the veneer of politeness wears thin.
Storytime launched as an Above Average web series, and has featured celebrated indie comics Sasheer Zamata, Eric Andre and Chris Gethard.
Newest installment of Stranger Than Bushwick comic by Jeremy Nguyen takes a closer look at our clumsy butts…
Photos Courtesy of ikehimself.com Attention, Bushwick late-night fans: this one’s for you. An unscripted, locally-sourced show tailored specifically for Bushwick audiences is finishing its 3-week run in the neighborhood this week, and if you like to enjoy $4 glasses wine with a generous side of satire, you won’t want to miss it. This Wednesday, June 1st, through Saturday, […]