May 2017 :: May-Yo!

S.U.C.K. presents our delicious makes-everything-better-like-butter show this month of MAY…YO on Saturday, May 20th, featuring special guests Sonia Denis and Shane Torres with hott jamms from DJ Mean Steve.

$5 (Cash preferred, credit accepted, we do not take bitcoin).

Tickets Available Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/suck-presents-mayyo-tickets-34303407415

S.U.C.K. (Stand Up Comedy Klub) is a monthly show hosted by a coalition of six of NYC’s least famous comics, performers, and weirdos:

Hank Browning
Samantha Fontana
Gregory Lotsvin
Shane O’Neill
Jill Pangallo
David Perez

SONIA DENIS is a New York-based comedian by way of Chicago, IL. Sonia’s stand-up can be described as confessional, frenetic and another cool adjective. Sonia was recently named one of Comedy Central’s 2016 Comics to Watch. She will be at this year’s Bridgetown Comedy Central. Sonia has also performed at the Riot LA Comedy Festival, The High Plains Comedy Festival, The Onion & A.V. Club’s 2nd Annual 26th Annual Comedy Festival, The Comedy Exposition, All Jane No Dick Comedy Festival, The Crom Comedy Festival, The SCOUT CHICAGO Festival of 2015 & 2016, and The Chicago Women’s Comedy Festival. She was a writer and performer in Second City’s critically acclaimed Black Side of the Moon in Washington, DC. Her writing has been featured on McSweeney’s Internet Tendency and Brightest Young Things. She co-stars in the web series Brown Girls, which has been featured on NPR, Vice/Broadly, and Fader.

SHANE TORRES is a stand up comedian and writer. You may have seen him in the background on Last Comic Standing or acting on IFC’s Comedy Bang Bang. He has also been part of Montreal Just For Laugh’s New Faces in 2013 that same year. Shane was also one of Comedy Central’s Comics to Watch in 2012. Shane has performed at many festivals all over the country including Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Bumbershoot Music and Arts Festival, and many more. He is the creator of the podcast radio show Help Wanted . Shane has also contributed writing to Laughspin, The Portland Mercury, and Nailed Magazine.

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