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Thursday, July 27th

08:00pm

The Alchemists Kitchen (21 East 1st Street, New York)

Adam Strauss’ 90-Minute Psychedelic Comedy Hour w Duncan Trussel

Thursday, July 27th

08:00pm

The Alchemists Kitchen (21 East 1st Street, New York)

Adam Strauss’ 90-Minute Psychedelic Comedy Hour (Time Is An Illusion) featuring Duncan Trussell

With Adam Strauss, Duncan Trussel, Noah Gardenswartz, and Giulia Rozzi.

Adam Strauss believes reality is subjective, and if you think he’s wrong, you’re right.

Adam will say words into a microphone while standing upright. These words will be designed to elicit
a) laughter,
b) a sense of oneness with the universe, and
c) twitter followers.
He’ll also invite a couple of other comedians to share the stage, along with the occasional musician or philosopher.

Prepare to have your mind blown, and your lips contorted into a smile! The rest of your body you can do whatever it wants.

http://adamstrauss.com/

$20 advance
$25 at the door

BIOS

Adam Strauss’s comedy has been called many things, mostly adjectives. He won the New York Fringe Festival’s Overall Excellence Award for Solo Performance and the Leffe Beer Craft Your Character storytelling competition. He’s lost too many things to mention here. The New York Times said he “mines a great deal of laughter” and Time Out New York called his solo show The Mushroom Cure, “a true-life tour de force” and named it a Critics’ Pick.

Host of the Duncan Trussell Family Hour, Duncan is a fixture on the Los Angeles comedy scene and a regular at the legendary Comedy Store. Duncan is also a recurring guest on the Joe Rogan Experience, and co-hosted the popular Lavender Hour podcast with Natasha Leggero.

Giulia Rozzi is a comedian, writer, actress and co-host of the podcast Hopefully We Don’t Break Up. Paste Magazine describes as “an intelligent, perceptive mind that’s almost painfully aware of the foibles bound up in modern day living, Rozzi spins that awareness into an amusing perspective.” She’s been seen on Comedy Central’s This Is Not Happening, TruTV, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Vh1 and will appear on SeeSo’s The Guest List and Night Train later this year. She’s also a Moth Grandslam winner, a TEDx speaker and toured the US and UK with her highly acclaimed solo show Bad Bride. As a writer Giulia has worked for shows on MTV, Bravo, TV Land and contributed pieces to Refinery29, xoJane, Esquire and more. Her album True Love was released in February.