Let’s kick off the shortest month of the year together with some comedy, arts, and graduations.
Monday, February 2nd: Frank Conniff’s Cartoon Dump - 8pm
Frank Conniff returns for another installment of his monthly show! He mixes NYC’s smartest comics with history’s weirdest cartoons for an unforgettable show. This lineup includes: Myq Kaplan, Anthony Atamaniuk, Carla Rhodes, Kathleen Roll, and Ken Schultz.
Graduates from the switched-up storytelling workshop take the stage to show off their new talents. Storytelling is a complicated and captivating art, and these students are eager to show you what they’ve got. The next round of available classes starts March 1st!
It’s a milestone week for the students at QED, because yes, there’s another graduation show! The students of Carole Montgomery’s introductory class shed their fears and strut their stuff for you on stage, and you know what? These kids are pretty friggin funny.
Astoria-bred hosts Liz Simmons and Jen Wehrung return to blow you away with a night of comedy. The lineup features: Selena Coppock, Calvin S. Cato, Livia Scott and Jenny Rubin. Turns out, they’ve got some pretty funny stories about love.
Cozy up and come sketch with us! A live (non-nude) model will pose for 3 hours while you drink and fraternize with your fellow creatives. The $10 ticket includes a drink, but you’ll need to bring your own materials.
We’ve got every board game, from the mainstream to the obscure, on tap at QED. While you play, enjoy our new spread of gourmet snacks and wraps (and the stellar beer and wine list, of course). Come alone, come with friends, but definitely come with your A-game.
Before you write a nonfiction book, you’ll need to pitch a hefty proposal to the suits at the publishing company. Author Kambri Crews guides you through the major steps of this grueling process so you can walk away with the intel you need to succeed.