DeceptiComics Comedy Show returns to New York City, NY on Thursday April 26th at the Parkside Lounge located at 317 East Houston Street, New York, NY 10002. Show starts at 7:30pm sharp and admission is $15 at the door, $10 in advance.
The DeceptiComics are five malevolent comedians, brutal, merciless, and hilarious. Their purpose, to conquer and destroy audiences with brutal wit and deadly punchlines. They are driven by a single undeviating goal: total domination of the entertainment universe. In the war that rages between staid, boring comedians of the past, and the newer, sleeker, more technologically advanced DeceptiComics the Earth city of New York will serve as the final battle ground.
Abbi Crutchfield is a comedian, writer and actor listed as one of the 18 Funny Women You Should Be Following on Twitter by Huffington Post Comedy. She performs with the UCB house team Gramps and produces two live comedy hours: "The Living Room Show" and "Positively Awesome". She has been featured on VH1 and MTV as well as in national commercials.
Dillon Stevenson is a comedian and writer based out of New York City. He’s performed stand-up at New York Comedy Club, Comix, Broadway Comedy Club and Gotham Comedy Club and other venues in NYC. As a co-founder of the comedy group G.R.I.T.S. he’s written, directed and performed in sketch shows off Broadway & at benefits and events throughout the city. With microphone in hand (a light saber would have been preferred ) Dillon is taking the New York comedy scene by storm.
Gordon Baker-Bone is a stellar comedian who is regularly booked for shows all over NJ, CT, NYC, AND PA. His comedy can be described as a clever and witty that connects with people on all levels. Baker-Bone's thought provoking style is smart, fun and leaves you laughing until you cry He was winner of the 2011 NJ Comedy Fest, and is Co-Writer "Hater-Bot" http://bit.ly/jNq0wG
John Minus is a comedian, writer, and all-around great guy who lives and breathes his home state of New Jersey. He has been described as having a sense of humor “darker than his skin” by racist comedy critics. He refers to his style as “Tragi-Comedy” referring to his torrid mix of the dark and light sides of life. The result is an entertainment experience that stimulates all areas of the emotional palate. John opened for Robert Klein in October of 2011 in Cherry Hill, NJ. Eschewing traditional Black Comedian tropes, John has never dressed in drag. Well, rarely dresses in drag.
Mike Brown is a comedian and writer from Harlem, New York. He’s performed at Caroline’s Comedy Club, Stand Up NY, Laugh Lounge, EastVille Comedy Club, and other venues all over New York. He also hosts events, including one at SUNY where he did a pretty awesome job. Really! He knows that because 128 audience members became his Facebook friend afterward—and we all know how hard it is to get Facebook friends.For the record, Mike Brown loves comedy much more than writing about himself in the third person.
Tickets are $15 at the door, $10 when purchased in advance. Advance tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite.com. The Decepticomics Comedy Show is an Exit Eleven Production. Lineup subject to change without notice. For more information go to facebook.com/AlterNegro, or http://ExitEleven.blogspot.com
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Exit Eleven Productions
Exit Eleven is the brainchild of Comedian and Writer John "Alter Negro" Minus. He works closely with Non-Productive.com to bring quirky comedy to the masses. Check out us out on Facebook by searching for NonPro or Alter Negro.