July 21 2011
7–10 PM EST on Cringehumor.com
Comedian’s Amy Carlson, Justin Murray and Jay Nog
Comedian Amy Carlson
Hailing from New Rochelle, New York. Amy Carlson was
destined for comedic greatness the moment she was literally born in a toilet. To this day her mother insists she made it to the bed before Amy completely fell out, but Amy’s not so sure. She has always been plagued with the recurring nightmares about drowning.
On 2007 Amy dove head first into yet another toilet, The world of stand up comedy. At first it was a hobby, but since has evolved into an addiction.
When on stage, Amy displays an acid tongue and sardonic wit, hilariously poking fun at her own personal failures and other idiosyncrasies of life in general. Her style is not for the faint of heart, as she constantly makes herself vulnerable, and unapologetically questions the world around her.
Comedian Justin Murray
Justin is a sarcastic asshole! But that also makes him a very funny comedian. Justin also hosts weekly show’s every Tuesday at Mug Lounge. 13th Street & Ave A, NYC.
Comedian Jay Nog
Jay has been entertaining audiences with his rambunctious stand-up comedy since 2001. He is not known for holding back with his material, taking dead aim on his elementary school students, his parents, and his patient girlfriend. Jay at first appears scruffy and blunt, but audiences quickly discover his soft side and feel at home with his playful sarcasm. A native of Long Island, Jay grew up loving comedy; and though he studied elementary education at SUNY-albany, he began experimenting with comedy writing while working on the campus radio station. He has spent his time since teaching third grade in Brooklyn and taking his hilarious act to the stage by night. His resulting experience with all age groups has given him broad appeal, although at first he found it hard to resist dropping a dirty joke in with his earth science lecture. And if you go check him out right now, you still might learn something about volcanoes. Jay Nog has been featured in Talent in Motion magazine as one of NYC’s up-and-coming comics, and as a guest host on AMC’s Movie Date Night.