Eclipse Comedy Night: Celebrating the Dork side of the Moon

Cuz Events Presents:

Eclipse Comedy Night: Celebrating the Dork side of the Moon

Robert Mac, Kasha Patel, Pete Ludovice, Vince Fabra

Mon · August 21, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$25

Eclipse Comedy Night: Celebrating the Dork side of the Moon
For one night only, the best Science Comedy show in Washington DC is coming down to celebrate the eclipse in Charleston with jokes. "Eclipse Comedy Night: Celebrating the Dork Side of the Moon" features Comedy Central National Award winner Robert Mac and the host of NASA's Earth Expedition mini TV/Web series Kasha Patel on Monday, August 21 @ 8:00pm at the Charleston Music Hall. The show will feature thoughtful and science-based humor and is family friendly. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased from the Charleston Music Hall box office. Let comedians brighten your day on August 21st - because the sun can't.
Robert Mac
Robert Mac
Robert Mac is an award-winning comedy veteran with over two decades of experience in comedy clubs, casinos, cruise ships, festivals and television appearances. He was the grand prize winner of Comedy Central's national stand-up contest and has been invited to the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal, the Boston Comedy Festival, and the inaugural Great American Comedy Festival. He's been seen on NBC's Last Comic Standing, Comedy Central's Premium Blend, and The Learning Channel. His act has been described as clean, cerebral, silly, and a little self-deprecating. He's either a smart guy who comes off as very stupid or a stupid guy who thinks he's very smart. He has performed with such luminaries as Robin Williams and Adam Sandler, to mention a couple, and corporate clients include McDonald’s, IBM, Aflac Insurance, Sysco, Raytheon, and the American Cancer Society.
Kasha Patel
Kasha Patel
Kasha Patel is a stand-up comedienne, writer and on-screen personality based in Washington, DC and focuses her jokes on science and her life as an Indian-American in the U.S. The founder of “DC Science Comedy,” she produces one of the nation’s only regularly occurring science shows where only science jokes, stories, songs, and gags are allowed. She has been featured in The Washington Post and hosted a mini series on NASA TV and appeared on the Travel Channel's "Mysteries at the Museum" as a subject matter expert.
Pete Ludovice
Pete Ludovice
After a Ph.D. at MIT and postdoctoral research at IBM, NASA and the ETH-Zurich, Pete is the world’s only engineering prof. by day and stand-up comedian by night. His research at Georgia tech includes the use of humor to improve technical education, communication and innovation, and the motto of his weekly radio show is “Science, only funnier”.
Vince Fabra
Vince Fabra
Vince Fabra, 2016 Finalist in Charleston's Stand Up Competition, is a local favorite that performs all over the Lowcountry. Vince also hosts a weekly podcast called You Almost Had It!. For more info, check out vincefabra.com.
Venue Information:
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, South Carolina, 29403
http://charlestonmusichall.com/