The Kids Are Ok, I Think - They Are Doing Solo Shows

The Kids Are Ok, I Think - They Are Doing Solo Shows

The darlings of indie-alt-punk-experimental-cute-Brooklyn Comedy unite for one night only to bring their comedy specials in development to The Footlight on January 29th.

Marissa Goldman: Gamer Girl
Marissa Goldman previews a fictional video game, where she plays every character, in a comedic performance utilizing video and audio elements.

Fareeha Khan: 7th Grade Funny
Fareeha Khan explores being a Pakistani American grown ass woman with a sense of humor of a teenage boy through stand up, characters, and some other shit (surprise!)

Ian Lockwood: I Got To Be Me
Ian Lockwood takes you on a dizzying whirlwind of stand up, characters, songs, videos, costume changes, and an exploration of self-esteem that will leave audiences saying "good outfit" and "I GOT to be me!"

Performance location:
The Footlight
465 Seneca Ave
Ridgewood, NY 11385

Performance dates:
TUE 1/29 @ 7:00 PM

Hosted By Meaghan Strickland

Marissa Goldman is an artist, filmmaker and comedian living in Brooklyn. She performs stand up around the city and hosts 2 shows: Stacy, a monthly stand up show, the second Thursday of every month at Rebecca's and Mediawitch Fun Fest, a multimedia comedy show every few months at Babycastles. With a background in film and animation, she often includes tech elements in her performances. She has had work on VICE and much of her film work can be viewed online. Go to for more info.

Fareeha Khan is a comedian, writer, actor, and artist based in NYC. Her writing has appeared on MTV Decoded and Reductress, and she was part of the Riot x TBS Comedy Writers Lab in 2017. She has acted in comedy shorts for Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Comedy Central, and Funny or Die. She performs stand up and improv around New York City and at the shows she hosts: The 'Sup Show at Caveat, OutCasts at Union Hall, and a messed up two-prov show she hosts sometimes with Rachel Kaly called Twins F*cking. Her web series Ronnie Luvs Comedy is available on the internet. In it, she plays a teenage boy named Ronnie, which she got the "Best Actress" award for at Quickie Fest IV because I guess she's good at playing a teenage boy. She hails from Pakistan and also somehow Virginia.

Brooklyn-based comedian Ian Lockwood is the co-host of Hot Teens alongside Mary Houlihan (Comedy Central, Jimmy Kimmel Live); the co-creator of Bingo Bango, Bitch!, a secret underground experimental comedy show/party; and an absolute madman. He recently opened for Chris Gethard (The Chris Gethard Show, Don't Think Twice) at Vital Joint's Animal Show. He is an alumni of NYU Tisch's Experimental Theatre Wing, Second City's Comedy Studies, UCB, and The Annoyance Theatre NY, and his shows have been covered in Time Out, Brokelyn, Brooklyn Paper, Bedford+Bowery, and more. Catch him performing stand up, sketch, and improv at the Brooklyn Comedy Collective, on the web with Ground Floor Comedy, or on one of Brooklyn's many basement stand up shows. Check out for more info.

Tickets: $5-$10 Suggested Donation at door.

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