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FREE COMEDY

1:00 PM

Guess What?

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1:00 PM

Guess What?

A brunch-time PG stand-up comedy show clean enough you can bring your kids and funny enough to bring a friend. Some adult subjects covered, but nothing your kid doesn’t already know, especially if they go to public school or browsed the internet for more than 10 minutes.

Kids under 15 even get a chance to go on stage for one minute and perform one of their own jokes. The first six kids to register at GuessWhatPGComedy@gmail.com will get confirmations to appear on the show.  Six more kids can sign up the day of the show at the door.

In addition: a free writer’s room for all kids starts 45 minutes before the show. Kids learn how to write a joke while parents enjoy brunch.

All children should be accompanied by a guardian.

GALAXY will be a chance for retired SUPERNOVA teams to host their own show for a month, inviting teams and acts from all around NYC to come and perform with them, continuing the tradition of the program.

Just like SUPERNOVA was a way for people to experience house teams and stepping outside their comfort zone, GALAXY will be an experiment in autonomy, the teams hosting themselves, free to do what they want.

For the first month of October, the first SUPERNOVA team to host will be FLYNT!

8:00 PM

Shoot the Shite

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8:00 PM

Shoot the Shite

Amazing FREE monthly Comedy Show presented by
Ray DeVito (Asylum.com)
Ben Kronberg (Jimmy Kimmel Live)
Nick Cobb (Last Comic Standing)
& Tim Dimond (Pittsburgh Comedy Festival)

They welcome some of their favorite comics.

Past performers include: Ted Alexandro, Roy Wood Jr., Victor Varnado, Ali Wong, Dustin Ybarra, Dan St. Germain, Mark Normand, Michael Lawrence, Nate Bargatze, Henry Phillips, Chis Distefano, Sara Schafer, Jackie Kashian, Tony Camin, Lucas Brothers, Ophira Eisenberg
Hosted by Tim Dillon

Tim Dillon brings “Love, Poverty, and War” to the Creek. It will feature New York’s best comedians making light of the world’s most serious issues. In these troubled times laughter is the best medicine, and for the uninsured, the only medicine.