with Paul Dano, Michelle Collins (The View), Aparna Nancherla, Josh Zepps (HuffPo Live) & Landlady
Thu November 5th, 2015
Minimum Age: 18+
Doors Open: 6:00PM
Show Time: 7:00PM
Event Ticket: $10
Day of Show: $12
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Table seating for all seated shows is reserved exclusively for ticket holders who purchase “Table Seating” tickets. By purchasing a “Table Seating” ticket you agree to also purchase a minimum of two food and/or beverage items per person. Table seating is first come, first seated. Please arrive early for the best choice of available seats. Seating begins when doors open. Tables are communal so you may be seated with other patrons. We do not take table reservations.
A standing room area is available by the bar for all guests who purchase “Standing Room” tickets. Food and beverage can be purchased at the bar but there is no minimum purchase required in this area.
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Running Late with Scott Rogowsky – a live comedy talk show featuring celebrity guests
Drawing on the late-night tradition from Carson to Cavett to Conan, host Scott Rogowsky and his sidekick/dad Marty welcome an eclectic mix of comedians, musicians, authors, actors, and local celebs to the couch for a unique live talk show experience that needs to be experienced to be experienced.
Called “always jubilant, always fascinating” by the New York Times, a “millennial comic on the rise” by Mic, and “The King of Brooklyn Late Night” by some other thing somewhere else, Scott brings “the comedy talk show for the Internet Age” (New York Magazine!) to the heart of Greenwich Village and Le Poisson Rouge for the first time ever, and he couldn’t be happier about it.
Past guests include: Regis Philbin, Steve Buscemi, Dick Cavett, David Cross, Amy Sedaris, Jerry Springer, Kevin Nealon, Gilbert Gottfried, Cecily Strong, Chris Elliott, David Wain, Jim Gaffigan, Nathan Fielder.
Paul Dano began his career on the New York stage with supporting roles in the Broadway revival of Inherit the Wind, directed by John Tillinger, opposite George C. Scott and Charles Durning; and the Madison Square Garden staging of A Christmas Carol, directed by Mike Ockrent, with Ben Vereen and Terrence Mann. Most recently, he starred off-Broadway in the Ethan Hawke-directed production of The New Group’s Things We Want, with Peter Dinklage, Josh Hamilton, and Zoe Kazan.
Mr. Dano received a BAFTA Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in a dual role opposite Academy Award winner Daniel Day-Lewis in Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood. The film marked his second consecutive starring role in a Best Picture Golden Globe and Academy Award nominee, following his performance in Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris’ Little Miss Sunshine, in which he starred with Abigail Breslin, Steve Carell, Toni Collette, Greg Kinnear, and Academy Award winner Alan Arkin. With his fellow actors from the latter feature, Mr. Dano shared the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture as well as the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Acting Ensemble; additionally, he won the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Young Actor for his performance in the film.
His first lead role in Michael Cuesta’s L.I.E., opposite Brian Cox, earned him an Independent Spirit Award for Best Debut Performance as well as the Best Actor Award at the Stockholm Film Festival and (in a tie) the Grand Jury Award for Outstanding Actor in a Feature Film at L.A.’s Outfest.
His other films include Rebecca Miller’s The Ballad of Jack and Rose, also with Mr. Day-Lewis; D.J. Caruso’s Taking Lives; James Marsh’s The King; Richard Linklater’s Fast Food Nation; and Matt Aselton’s Gigantic, which Mr. Dano executive-produced and starred in alongside Zooey Deschanel and John Goodman.
He will soon be seen in Dagur Kári’s The Good Heart, also with Brian Cox; Spike Jonze’s Where the Wild Things Are, adapted by Mr. Jonze and Dave Eggers from Maurice Sendak’s classic book; and Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini’s The Extra Man, with Kevin Kline, John C. Reilly, and Katie Holmes.
Michelle Collins (The View)
Michelle Collins is a writer, comedian, and self-described giant (personality!) who in July 2015 was named a new permanent co-host of ABC’s. The View. Before that she was a producer and frequent guest on Kathy!, the Kathy Griffin talk show airing on Bravo, and she spent 6 years as the Managing Editor of VH1’s Best Week Ever website, which garnered her two Webby Awards for Best Celebrity/Fan Blog. She’s also appeared on Chelsea Lately, The Tyra Banks Show, or one of the millions of Vh1 countdown shows.
Aparna Nancherla is a joke entrepreneur who pedals in both writing and performance (AKA scribble-scrabble and jibber-jabber). In fact, she recently wrote for Late Night with Seth Meyers on NBC. She also wrote for and sometimes appeared on the late, great Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, on FX-then-FXX, and has appeared on Conan, Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail, @Midnight, Adam Devine’s House Party, and many, many more.
Aparna is also the host of the fantastic weekly show Whiplash at Upright Citizens Brigade. Comics Aparna has opened for include John Oliver, Tig Notaro, Paul F. Tompkins, Eugene Mirman, Maria Bamford, Kurt Braunohler & Kristen Schaal, Dave Attell, Rob Delaney, Christian Finnegan, Tom Green, Eddie Brill, Hari Kondabolu, Myq Kaplan, and Chris D’Elia.
Aparna Nancherla official site
Aparna Nancherla on Twitter
Josh Zepps (HuffPo Live)
Josh Zepps is one of the founding hosts of HuffPost Live. In his native Australia, he won Australia’s highest radio prize for his long-running satirical comedy sketches on Sydney radio. On TV, he was the host and co-executive producer of Australian Idol Backstage, the behind-the-scenes component of the country’s most popular show. In New York City, Josh was the host and creative producer of Brink, a weekly TV show on Discovery Science Channel. Later, he was anchor and correspondent on CBS News Productions’ Peabody-winning Channel One News. He has hosted TV shows on Nick at Night, the Style Network, Bloomberg TV and the Discovery Channel. As host of the Style Series, he appeared live on the fortyfoot tall video billboards above Times Square with guests such as Robin Thicke, Cynthia Rowley, Rihanna and Edward Norton.
“This is the part of the song when we come together,” Adam Schatz’s voice rings out. “There’s no before. There’s no after. There’s only this.” Schatz leads Landlady, the Brooklyn five-piece whose 2014 Hometapes debut, Upright Behavior, boldly disrupts the notion of genre and reveals the soulful and continually-resonating work of Schatz and core band members Ian Chang, Ian McLellan Davis, Booker Stardrum, and Will Graefe, as well as a cast of NYC-based contributors gathered from Schatz’s tandem walks of life as a solo musician, improviser, organizer, collaborator, promoter, and writer. Compared to rock and roll juggernauts like The Band and Talking Heads, Landlady merge vast skill, a bend toward experimentation, and a proven belief that songs can be a true extension of the human experience. The result is timeless and charted by their recorded works and transformative live shows — both critically-acclaimed and ever-evolving. Landlady released a new EP, Heat, this summer, in tandem with nationwide tours with Son Lux and Buke and Gase.