Daniel Simonsen, Adam Strauss, Sheba Mason, Roberto Garcia & more

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Daniel Simonsen, Adam Strauss, Sheba Mason, Roberto Garcia & more
Friday, November 8, 2019 8:00 PM
Tribeca Comedy Lounge, New York, NY
  • 16 & over
  • Two drink minimum
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  • Ticket Price: $25.00
  • Door Time: 7:15 PM
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Restrictions: 16 & over
    Two drink minimum
In addition to the listed comics, 3-4 more comics will also perform. Some you may have heard of from TV or Netflix specials, others may be new to you, but all are hilarious, seasoned professionals.
Daniel Simonsen:

Daniel Simonsen is a Norwegian comic and the 2012 Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award winner for Best Newcomer.[1]

Simonsen began performing in 2004 in his native country of Norway and moved to London to progress his career in comedy. He has performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe since 2009 but 2012 was undoubtedly his most successful year to date. As well as his Best Newcomer Award, his show "Champions" received rave reviews,[2][3] he supported Simon Amstell on his UK tour in 2012 and 2015[4] and appeared on Russell Howard's Good News in 2012.

Simonsen has won and been nominated for awards both in Norway and the UK including Chortle Best Newcomer, Best Comedian at Comedy Fight Club and the So You Think You're Funny competition.[5]

Since 2014, he has had a recurring role in Vic and Bob's BBC sitcom House of Fools as Erik.
Simonsen is currently performing all over New York on shows like Knitting Factory, Wyatt Cenac's "Night Train", Ghandi, UCB, Slipper Rooms, Tribeca Comedy Lounge, Creek and the Cave, plus more!

Adam Strauss:
Adam Strauss’s work 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. He can be conveniently stalked at www.adamstrauss.com.
*technically, wrote**
** technically, the Times didn't say or write anything, as it's not a sentient entity. It was actually a writer employed*** by the Times.

*** or, possibly, a freelancer