Guest event: Do You Want To Talk About It Too?

Guest event: Do You Want To Talk About It Too?

Tue, August 13, 2019

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

The Slipper Room

New York, NY

$10 (advance general admission) / $15 (door) / $20 (reserved seating)

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Guest event: Do You Want To Talk About It Too?
Guest event: Do You Want To Talk About It Too?
Same show. New Cast. Double the Therapy.

Brendan P. “Hang Ten” Higgins is a nice Irish Catholic boy and is the oldest of five sons. You can see him do stand up comedy at the Broadway Comedy Club, Greenwich Village Comedy Club, and whatever other clubs and mostly bars he can con into giving him stage time. He currently is the editor in chief of the culture website Grandma Sophia’s Cookies while co-writing and co-hosting the comedy-therapy based show ‘Do You Wanna Talk About It?’. He did stand up with Jim Gaffigan one time six years ago and hasn’t stopped talking about it since. When not on stage you can usually find him at an emo concert or playing Super Smash Brothers while listening to a podcast.

Josh ‘Handsome Yung Dilf’ Ramos is a writer, performer, educator, and resident therapist. Born and raised in NYC, Josh currently contributes to the cultural website Grandma Sophia’s Cookies while co-writing and co-hosting comedy-therapy based show ‘Do You Wanna Talk About It?’. Josh has written and directed a play for the Fordham Feminist Playwright Festival as well as self-published poetry. He’s usually found binging TV, tweeting, or talking shit on some random corner of the city.

Michael Rowland is a comic that came up in Atlanta, GA.  He made the move up to New York about a year ago after performing on local festivals such as The Laughing Skull Fest and Red Clay Comedy Fest.  He has performed with acts like Rory Scovel, Bruce Bruce, Big Jay Oakerson, George Wallace and many more.  Now you can find him performing throughout Brooklyn and Manhattan and touring regularly throughout the South East.

Niara Walden is a comedian currently living in Brooklyn. She graduated from Fordham University in 2017, where she was a member of Stranded in Pittsburgh, Fordham’s long-form
improv troupe. When she isn’t doing comedy she is exploring Brooklyn and trying to keep her plants alive.

Michelle Davis is a NYC and Brooklyn based comedian, writer, and actor. She is the co-host of Sooo Many Friends, a monthly comedy show, and PASS THE AUX, a monthly variety show. She is also a member of the sketch team, Football, and the head writer/ executive producer of the production company, Let That Marinate Productions. Michelle is not very fun at parties, but she is very fun at the Cheesecake Factory. 

Rebecca O’Neal is a comedian, writer, and former host of the stand up television show WCIU’s One Night Stand Up in her hometown of Chicago, IL. She now resides in Brooklyn where she was named among TBS’s 2018 Comics To Watch, has performed at Bridgetown, RIOT, Brooklyn Comedy Fest, and New York Comedy festivals, on 2 Dope Queens, written for Vanity Fair,, Buzzfeed, and, and has appeared on the season 2 of Netflix’s Easy and on Refinery 29′s After After Party. Rebecca has been featured in Elle Magazine, Vulture, Paper Magazine, Bitch Magazine, & NPR and locally in Chicago - The Sun-Times, Tribune, Reader, & Time Out. In Chicago and around the midwest, Rebecca has opened for Maria Bamford, Janeane Garofalo, Arsenio Hall, Hannibal Buress, Michael Che, Roy Wood Jr, Ron Funches, Michelle Wolf, Sasheer Zamata, Jaboukie Young-White, Jena Friedman, Al Madrigal, and more.
Venue Information:
The Slipper Room
167 Orchard St
New York, NY, 10002