Stand Up Comedy with Vicky Kuperman, Brett Druck and Adam Newman
Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 9:30pm
“When people hear I’m Russian, they always assume I’m either in the Mafia or good at math. Unfortunately, I’m just a hooker.” So begins another boisterous set by breakout comedian Vicky Kuperman—Moscow native, New York City rat-packer and a regular fixture on the national stand-up comedy circuit. Alternately described as “fierce,” “fearless” and “ferociously funny,” Vicky has opened for, among others, Gilbert Gottfried and Tommy Davidson; and has performed at countless festivals nationwide, including the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in New York; the Trial By Laughter Festival in Indiana; the She-Devil Festival in Long Island City; The Women In Comedy Festival in Boston; and the renowned Boston Comedy Festival (where, in 2012, she was a finalist—one of only four women to have reached that round in the festival’s 13-year history). She is also a regular contributor to The Huffington Post.
Brett Druck is a stand up comic who has studied improvisation at the Upright Citizens Brigade and Magnet Theaters in New York. He has been featured in TBS's Just for Laughs Chicago, as a finalist in The Andy Kaufman Award, in the Magners Comedy Festival in Boston, in the Jersey Shore Comedy Festival, in the Cleveland Comedy Festival, and in the New York Stand-Up 360 Festival. Brett has also been featured on Comedy Time TV and on Sirius XM radio. In 2012 he was one of 10,000 submissions chosen for the America's Got Talent Youtube Top 20. With just a hint of musical garnish, Brett takes a meritocratic approach to comedy, bringing the funniest parts of his stand up to you quickly, directly, and without filler. Come take shot of 120 proof concentrated comedy for a show you won't forget.
Adam Newman is a very funny Brooklyn-based comedian. He has appeared on John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show on Comedy Central, was named one of Comedy Central's Comics to Watch, and released his debut stand-up CD, Not For Horses, via Rooftop Comedy Productions. His new web series, My Dad is in a Boy Band, comes to The Warner Sound January 2013.
Adam has performed at the New York Comedy Festival, New York City Sketch Festival, Just For Laughs Chicago, Portland's Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Atlanta's Laughing Skull Festival, Austin's Out of Bounds Festival, North Carolina's Laugh Your Asheville Off Festival, New Orleans' Comedy Arts Festival, NYC's CMJ Marathon, The Lucille Ball Festival, and has been a finalist for the Andy Kaufman Award and Boston Comedy Festival.
Adam's TV appearances include MTV's The CollegeHumor Show, various "talking head" shows, the Tyra Banks Show (weird), and dozens of CollegeHumor Originals on CollegeHumor.com, including their popular series Very Mary Kate, Hardly Working, and High Times Editorial Office.