7 pm - 9 pm
Tuesday, May 10
Galapagos Art Space
16 Main Street, Brooklyn
Brooklyn-based sketch comedy group Serious Lunch brings over 10 years of work to the Galapagos Art Space in both live performance and screenings, featuring never-before-seen footage and hit web videos. This unique collection will showcase a hybrid of the group?s absurdist comedy shorts and live sketches.
General Admission: $10
About Serious Lunch
The group has been making shorts and performing live as Serious Lunch since 2007 at venues around New York City such as The Upright Citizen Brigade Theater and The People?s Improv Theater. Their off-beat humor has been featured on The Tonight Show with Conan O?Brien, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, MTV
and G4?s Attack of the Show
, with mentions in USA Today
magazine. They were named Best Sketch Group at this year?s ECNY Awards (Excellence in Comedy in New York). They manage and fund all aspects of their production. Their work can be seen at SeriousLunch.com
is a director and visual artist living in Greenpoint Brooklyn. His short films and illustrations can be seen at timbierbaum.com
is an actor and comedian originally from the borough of Queens. He has been featured in a bunch of Serious Lunch sketches, on MTV and G4 Network and in a couple of national commercials. He watches cartoons every day.
is a comedian and video/graphic editor based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Originally from Franklin Square, New York, he met the Serious Lunch guys in film school at Hofstra University in 2001. He is currently an in-house editor for a production company, working on broadcast and web distributed projects. In addition to Serious Lunch, Anthony has done graphic work for New York-based comedy web series Tiny Apartment and Broad City. His work can be seen at anthonymiale.com
is a comedy writer and performer living in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. He has been performing regularly with Serious Lunch for over five years. John also performs at the Upright Citizen Brigade Theater with his Maude team, Dweeb. He co-hosts a live comedy/variety show called Stampede, with fellow Serious Lunch teammate Billy Keenly, the first and third Friday of every month. His independent work can be seen at JohnMilhiser.com
is an editor and screenwriter living in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. He enjoys cooking, illustrating, and John Steinbeck.
Scene: Brooklyn programs are made possible, in part, by the Experimental Television Center?s Media Arts Technical Assistance Fund and Presentation Funds, the Henry Nias Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. The Experimental Television Center?s Funds are supported by the Electronic Media and Film Program of the New York State Council on the Arts.
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