We Don't Even Know

September 24, 2019 - 8:00 PM
Red Room
We don't even know

What is WE DON’T EVEN KNOW LIVE?: It's a live variety podcast show dedicated to celebrating a diverse array of friends and strangers hosted by Shonali Bhowmik and Christian Felix.

FREE ADMISSION - 2 DRINK MINIMUM

 
What is WE DON’T EVEN KNOW LIVE?:  It's a live variety podcast show dedicated to celebrating a diverse array of friends and strangers hosted by Shonali Bhowmik and Christian Felix.
 
FREE ADMISSION - 2 DRINK MINIMUM
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TAMARA BEST (Writer):
Tamara Best is a culture writer, editor, and creative. Her writing has appeared in Time Out New York, The Daily Beast, and The New York Times, where she served in various editing capacities for seven years and received a New York Times Publisher's Award. Tamara Best is the Assistant Managing Editor of The Daily Beast.  Raised in New York and Atlanta by Barbadian parents, her worldview is informed by rich cultural traditions of the concrete jungle, the South, and the Caribbean. Her work delves into the intersections of culture, identity, and activism within communities of color. As a writer her reporting has taken her everywhere from Paris Fashion Week to underserved communities to tell authentic stories. Her cultural commentary and insight have landed her on stages moderating discussions for Spotify, Showtime, Third Horizon Film Festival, The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Art and more. She currently lives in New York City where she is working on a variety of creative projects including her debut play, Hindsbury Hill. 
 
ROB CANTRELL (Comedian):
ROB CANTRELL has been seen on NBC, CBS, HBO, FX and Comedy Central.  He acted in sketches on Comedy Central’s Colbert Report, HBO's Flight of The Concords and FX’s Totally Biased.  He has written on projects for Adult Swim, Vice, High Times, Howard Stern and Comedy Central. Rob has performed Stand-Up at several festivals including SXSW, Bonnaroo and ‘The New York Comedy Festival’. Early in his career, Cantrell was a top ten finalist on the very first season of NBC’s Last Comic Standing, performed Stand-Up on CBS’s Late Late Show and acted in the nationally touring play ‘The Marijuana-logues’.  Cantrell has headlined top comedy clubs, theaters and colleges. He recently released a new comedy album (2018) titled "Pure Uncut Joy" recorded in Brooklyn, NY for 800 Pound Gorilla Records. Born in Washington DC and raised in southern Virginia, Rob first started performing comedy when he moved to San Francisco, Ca after graduating from college. Cantrell now lives in Brooklyn, NY, he enjoys walking around, crossword puzzles and designing spaceships with his mind.
 
CHRIS OPPERMAN (Musician)
CHRIS OPPERMAN is is an award-winning composer who has recently emerged into the mainstream. The music of award-winning composer Chris Opperman sounds like your best dream being poured into a glass. For the past twenty years, Opperman has been carving his own niche in today's modern music scene. His music is extremely varied in terms of genre and style and over the years has become increasingly ambitious in scope. Thanks to decades of study and practice, Opperman is equally comfortable composing music for rock bands and jazz combos as he is composing for symphony orchestras and chamber ensembles. Opperman also loves to laugh and his compositions often benefit from his sense of humor.
 
In addition to his own music, Opperman has performed with and/or orchestrated music for such industry luminaries as Grammy-award winning guitarist Steve Vai, virtuoso musician Mike Keneally, Indian classical music masters L. Shankar (a.k.a. Shenkar) and Zakir Hussein, and former Duran Duran/Missing Persons guitarist Warren Cuccurullo, among many others. Opperman played piano on two of Steve Vai's Grammy-nominated compositions, "Lotus Feet" from Real Illusions: Reflections and "The Attitude Song" from Sound Theories, Vols. I and II, both with the Metropole Orkest and both nominated for Best Rock Instrumental Performance. Opperman's orchestration of "For the Love of God," also from those sessions, has exceeded 33 million views on YouTube
 
What is WE DON’T EVEN KNOW LIVE?:  It's a live variety comedy podcast show dedicated to celebrating a diverse array of friends and strangers hosted by Shonali Bhowmik and Christian Felix.