RR: We Don’t Even Know

October 23, 2018
8:00 pm -

We Don’t Even Know live is an intimate informal live podcast show held in front of a live audience at the Red Room.

Doors at 7:30PM.  Free admission.  2 drink minimum.  The show is hosted by Shonali Bhowmik and Christian Felix with help from Justin Hall the Intern.  Special guests include comedians Chris Laker, Sharron Paul and musician James Harvey!

Chris Laker

Chris Laker is a New York City based stand-up who recently made his television debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Named a New Face at the Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, Chris’s sharp and edgy comedy has earned him a loyal following in New York’s alternative scene, where he’s hosted a variety of shows (The Show at The Creek and the Cave, The Laker Awards) and podcasts: This Week in Jackin’, Heteronormative, and Overslept. Chris’s debut stand-up album, “Moments of Greatness”(Comedy Dynamics) is available everywhere that sells music. Chris writes and acts too. 

Sharron Paul

Sharron Paul is a NYC-based actress, comedian, writer and producer. She co-hosts the long-running *CHEAP DATE* comedy show, which was deemed “One of the best things to do in Brooklyn” by TimeOut New York. She was named “One of the funniest women on Twitter” by the Huffington Post. Sharron has appeared on FOX, ABC, MTV, and A&E as well as a number of popular sketches and music videos. She co-starred in the series Political Fashion Chat on IAF TV, as well as the webseries’ Girls Are Roommates, Ghostedbusters, and 2 Self Help Books Away from Being Perfect. Sharron also voices the character Francine on Amazon’s animated series “Fanny Fun Facts.”

James Harvey

James Harvey is a composer, playwright, and musical comedian. His one-man show, The Bald Faced Truth: Comedy Songs by James Harvey, addresses such timely issues as porn addiction, the #resistance, cats, and male pattern baldness. He has performed all over New York City at venues like 54 Below, The PIT Loft, Club Cumming, The Duplex, The West End Lounge, and The Triad. James cohosts The Second Cousins Show, a monthly variety show at Sidewalk Cafe.

James wrote the book, music, and lyrics for The Crack in the Ceiling, a darkly comedic musical about a single mother, her son, and their kitchen ceiling. The show was presented at the New York Musical Theatre Festival and the New York International Fringe Festival, where it received the award for Overall Excellence in a Musical.

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