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Where: 702 Union St. at Fifth Avenue | Tel: (718) 638–4400
Updated Apr. 27, 2011

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Upcoming events at this venue:

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A musical improv and stand up show that’s about as much fun as you can fit into one place. With Yedoye Travis, Farah Brook, Blair Socci, Blake Wexler, Jon Laster, and more! 8 pm.

Writer/Performer Jordan Carlos ("Broad City," “The Nightly Show”) asks comedians to get out of their comfort zones and open their acts with their can’t-miss closing bit. With that reliable piece of material out of the way, who knows where sets will go? 8 pm.

An awesome night of classic, current, and future hip hop and R&B with plenty of favorites with some new stuff too. With resident DJs Stefonix + Brendan + Bianca. 10 pm.

A night of comedians in character performing hilarious readings. Sophisticated, satirical, and sometimes with wigs. Hosted by Colin O’Brien and Michael Wolf. 8 pm.

A stand-up comedy showcase where the city’s best comedians will perform their darkest, saddest, and most traumatic--but still funny--material. With Shane Torres, Nate Fridson, Alison Zeidman, Phoebe Robinson, and more. 8 pm.

Brooklyn-based live karaoke band The Occasionalists host a gig filled with songs of protest, armageddon, and a bit of hope. 7:30 pm.

Sermons. Drinks. Food. Music. Being Amazing. Nondenominational...only motivational. 3 pm.

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