We have a lot of shows and classes coming up, so take a peek at what this week has in store.
Monday, January 26th - Saw Her Stand Up There, 8pm This all-female stand-up show is a monthly feature at QED - and for good reason. Hosted by Andrea Ilene Shapiro, the night starts with some of NYC’s best comedians, and ends with a “lady symposium” on women in comedy.
Tuesday, January 27th - Jeff Cerrulli and David Rosinsky Present: GED Comedy, 9pm Hosts Jeff Cerrulli and David Rosinsky, whose credits include MTV’s “Girl Code” & “The Whitest Kids U Know,” respectively, blend their comedic and musical talents in what’s sure to be a howling good time. With them comes Ben Kronberg (“Last Comic Standing”) Tom McCaffery (VH1, MTV, Comedy Central), and Rob Cantrell (NBC, Colbert, Comedy Central).
Wednesday, January 28th - Urbane Comedy, 8pm Bust out of the snow on Wednesday to catch to some of the funniest LGBT and LGBT-friendly comics in NYC. Host Calvin Cato returns to bring you Cara Kilduff, Mehran Khagani, Mike Gillerman, Leighann Lord, Veronica Elizabeth Comedian, and Jeffrey Joseph.
Thursday, January 29th - Peter Aguero “Daddy Issues”, 7pm Peter Aguero, longtime storyteller and popular host of “The Moth” brings you “Daddy Issues” - his captivating story about his complicated relationship with his father. No one tells a story quite like Peter, so don’t miss out on your chance to see him in action.
Friday, January 30th - Black Magic Lab Variety Show, 8pm The wildly funny sketch duo, Black Magic Lab (also known as Meggie Spellman and Anne Clark) host a night of comedic acts and talents. Although it’s technically not magical, the show will leave you feeling...spellbound to say the least.
Saturday, January 31st - Foundations of Calligraphy, 12pm When you think of beautiful, elegant scripts written on ancient parchment, you’re probably thinking of the Unical font. This class teaches you where it came from and how to write with it - for invitations, decorations, or just for fun!
Sunday, February 1st - No You Tell It! Workshop, 11am One of the most popular classes at QED is about to come to an end. In the final meeting before their showcase, writers will continue their work as “switched up storytellers” - wherein they perform a story written by one of their classmates. They’ll showcase their talents on Tuesday, February 3rd. It’s open to the public, especially those interested in joining the next round of classes, so don’t hesitate to check it out!