Gilligan Comedy at Spoke the Hub
Gilligan Comedy at Spoke the Hub is a monthly comedy club-slash-variety show, curated by comic/writer, Gabe Pacheco and showcasing the hottest young funny people currently making the New York comedy circuit. Doors open at 7:30pm and the event will feature local musicians and adult refreshments before the comics take the stage at 8:00pm - don't miss the fun and a chance to start off the fall season with some good laughs!
@ Spoke the Hub
with host, Gabe Pacheco
Advance tickets include one free drink!
Featuring special musical guest Madhattan!
ABOUT THE PERFORMERS:
Madhattan is an award-winning contemporary barbershop a cappella quartet based in NYC and Jersey City, with roots dating back to 2009 when members of the quartet met in the Oberlin College Obertones. Education and music run deep in Madhattan: Max Mellman (Tenor) is an elementary music teacher, Alexander Ronneburg (Lead) is an Arts Management Masters Student at The New School, Spencer Wight (Baritone) is an educator with the Liberty Science Center, and Richard Townsend (Bass) is a rising computer science professor. Madhattan have sung for high-profile events, such as the Governors Ball Festival on Randalls Island and the Caramoor music series in Upstate New York, and regularly performs for other corporate and specialty events. Follow them online @madhattanquartet.
Kenice Mobley performs stand up comedy around the country and recently participated in the Women in Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest, the Limestone Comedy Festival and the Brooklyn Comedy Festival this year. She also appeared on Laughs on FOX and SiriusXM. She hosts Person About Town, an interview and relationship podcast.
Ritu Chandra is a stand-up comedian. The daughter of Indian immigrants, she left home at 18 and has lived all over the United States since then. Never feeling like she fit in anywhere, she quickly realized humor was a way to get along with others. She has been seen on the Today Show (NBC) and performs regularly at Stand Up NY, Gotham Comedy Club and the Stress Factory.
Growing up in Montreal, Daniel Tirado first moved to NYC to study acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre. After graduating from the conservatory, he decided to venture into stand-up comedy. In 2005, after performing for only 6 months on stage, Daniel was invited to play at the world-renowned Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival. In 2010 and 2011, Tirado was welcomed back for the third time at the festival, appearing in various shows including "Best Of The Fest." In 2013, Daniel was selected to perform as one of the top 10 finalists on StandUp NBC, a nationwide search for talent.
Called "a powerhouse comedian and producer" by This Week In Comedy, Amber Rollo hosts shows in Brooklyn, Queens and even Manhattan. She is the Co-Host of Daddy-less Issues: The Orphan Podcast, with Chanel Ali, where they talk to comedians and artists who have lost one or more parents about how they succeed in life despite that. She is also the Head of Digital Production for The Box, the intersectional feminist comedy show. Amber performs all over the city, bringing humor to dark topics like growing up an orphan and the infantalization of female sexuality.
Gabe Pacheco is a Brooklyn based comedian/radio personality/film maker. He featured in the Accidental Comedy Festival, and the Asheville Comedy Fest. Gabe regularly provides commentary on Insights on Sirius XM with John Fugelsang and appeared on Current TV. He performs sketch comedy based on the work of school children with the Story Pirates and is a permanent guest host on WBAIs the Katie Halper Show.
SPOKE THE HUB (View)
748 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|