Stand Up NY Showcase ft. Sherrod Small, Christian Finnegan + More!

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Stand Up NY Showcase ft. Sherrod Small, Christian Finnegan + More!
Friday, January 19, 2018 8:00 PM
Stand Up NY, New York, NY
  • 18 & over
  • Two drink minimum
  • 16+ w/Parent or Guardian
  • Must Arrive 30 Minutes Prior to Showtime
 
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  • Ticket Price: $20.00
  • Door Time: 7:30 PM
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Tags: Entertainment, Comedy Club, Comedy Show
  • Restrictions: 18 & over
    Two drink minimum
    16+ w/Parent or Guardian
    Must Arrive 30 Minutes Prior to Showtime
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Sherrod Small:

Born and raised by his mother and two sisters in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, New York, Sherrod Small is one of the top stand-up comics coming out of New York City today, appearing at clubs and colleges across the nation. With his witty commentary on politics, culture and city life, Small consistently receives rave reviews for keeping audiences entertained with his remarkable comedic talent and improvisation. His comedy has been quoted in The New York Times and on Fox News. Sherrod currently stars on VH1's popular new show "Best Week Ever" and AMC's "FilmFakers" and regularly appears as a guest on NBC's "Today" show, Fox's "The Morning Show with Mike & Juliet" and Fox News's "Red Eye". He recently performed on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and previously appeared on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend" and NBC's "Showtime at the Apollo", and has written for and performed on Comedy Central's "Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn". Sherrod also appeared in Jerry Seinfeld's film "Comedian". In the past he has performed on the Emmy Award winning "Chris Rock Show" on HBO and starred in several prominent television commercials, including the well-known Southwest Airlines commercial "Concert". He has also made several appearances in segments on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien". Sherrod has been featured on various television programs such as "Hard Copy" and "20/20" "Comedians Under Cover", as well as on numerous radio shows including "Radio Chick", "The Scott & Sid Morning Show", "Raw Dog" and "Maxim Radio". Internationally he has participated in the Comedy Caf� European Lucky Strike Tour and The Comedy Factory Tour in Amsterdam, culminating with a featured stand-up spot on The Comedy Factory television show. Sherrod has toured the U.S. entertaining thousands of college students with both the New York Comedy Film Festival Tour and the Burly Bear Network Comedy World College Tour and continues to perform for universities and corporate events across the nation. In 2002 he was selected to perform at the prestigious HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, and starred in the VH-1 pilot "Unhappy Hour" with Dr. Joyce Brothers and "Watercooler" with John Henson.

Craig Gass:
  • Voices On “Family Guy”
  • King Of Queens
  • Sex And The City


  • He first gained fame as the guy who did voices for The Howard Stern Show when his Gene Simmons impression sparked an on-air feud between Craig and the real Gene Simmons, which eventually resulted in a friendship between the two.  Craig was a hit on Comedy Central's Roast of Gene Simmons.  He also became a favorite character on King of Queens as the funny guy at work that drove Kevin James crazy with jealousy.  He's been the voice of memorable characters on Family Guy and The Cleveland Show.  

    He is one of the best impressionists in the business and is an accomplished stand-up comedian and radio personality. 

    Craig Gass (born February 15, 1970 in Mount Vernon, NY) has been “performing stand-up comedy since 1993 when he decided to get revenge on a group of comedians who had ridiculed him for attempting to perform at an open mic.” He acquired his peculiar talent of imitating characters and actors by learning to speak as a child from watching television. Both his parents and sister are completely deaf. With his family unable to serve as a model for how to speak, Gass grew up imitating the voices on TV.