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Humor and Heartbreak at Steinway

Posted by: tlaffernis, February 16, 2017 5:53 pm
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Humor and Heartbreak at Steinway

Ever come out of a breakup, or a significant loss, feeling like you’d never smile again—let alone laugh? There’s light at the end of the tunnel, and something that always helps is knowing that other people have been through similar experiences, only to come out stronger. That’s what the side-splitters at Humor and Heartbreak: I Never Thought I’d Laugh Again are here for: to prove that laughter is the best medicine, no matter your emotional ailment.

Get to know the stand-up comedians that’ll be gracing the stage at Broken Heart Week's featured comedy performance, Humor and Heartbreak: I Never Thought I’d Laugh Again.

Michelle Slonim

New York comedian Michelle Slogan trained in comedy and performance under the bright lights of the 6 train and got her start as an apprentice to Lewis Black.

YouJean Chang

Critics describe Youjean Chang’s brand of comedy as "interesting observations about modern culture."

Jennifer Lap

New York native Jennifer Lap’s routines focus on the woes of singlehood, sonograms on social media, and wacky gender reveal rituals.

Sandip Sen

Drawing from his unique insights as an East Indian-American and a practicing psychiatrist, Sandip Sen brings a distinctive perspective to his standup comedy.

Ben Rosenfeld

Ben’s comedy blends his family’s experience as Russian Jewish immigrants in America with his philosophical beliefs, political observations, and unique characters.

Ryan Arnold

Ryan Arnold regularly jokes about his racial identity crisis and the trials of having a teenage son.

Join us for some laugh therapy at Steinway on Saturday, February 18, at 3pm. 


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