Every Monday, New York–born-and-raised comedian Wyatt Cenac hosts his Night Train lineup at Littlefield. Cenac himself is no slouch, having put in a hilarious run on the Daily Show (his “Minority Report” segment, in which he and a gay man meet with a white supremacist, is memorably cringe-inducing), and tonight he shares the stage with two promising comics. Doogie Horner was an America’s Got Talent finalist for his stand-up, and his witty illustrations have appeared on the cover of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, as well as in his own quasi-spooky book 100 Ghosts. And L.A.-based Jen Kirkman, author of the New York Times bestseller I Can Barely Take Care of Myself, has been a guest on Chelsea Lately and The Tonight Show, and has narrated episodes of Drunk History in-slur. Tickets are $5, making this a cheap way to blow off some steam after being cooped up with your family for the holidays.
Mon., Dec. 29, 8 p.m., 2014
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on December 24, 2014