About The Gandhi Show
A New York City staple for nearly 10 years, as seen on MTV and Bravo, the Gandhi Show is consistently named one of the hottest comedy shows in NYC by publications such as Time Out NY, Thrillest, Paste Magazine and more. The show features NYC and LA comedians with national tv credits from VH1, MTV, Comedy Central, BET, truTV, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Conan & pretty much every comedy show on television.
The Gandhi Show has been featured in the prestigious New York Comedy Festival presented by Comedy Central numerous times and has also been featured in The Wall Street Journal, NY Daily News, NYTimes.com, Time Out New York’s “Critic’s Picks”, The Laughing Devil Comedy Festival, The Gundo Comedy Festival, and famous comedians (i.e. Louis CK (pre-the bad stuff), Jim Gaffigan, 30 Rock’s Judah Friedlander, SNL’s Jay Pharoah, “The Daily Show’s” Wyatt Cenac, Todd Barry, Ali Wong, etc.) have also performed on the show. NYC Venues the show has performed at include Carolines on Broadway, UCB Theatre East, New York Comedy Club, Slipper Room, Lucky Jacks Bar, Vivaldi Cafe, and The Tea Spot.
The Gandhi Show also regularly travels, bringing the popular NYC show to cities all over the United States.
“Gandhi, Is That You?” (Gandhi Show)
A comedy brand consisting of:
Gandhi Show NYC @ UCB Theatre East :
Live comedy show the 3rd Thursday of every month @ 11pm @ UCB Theatre East.
National Touring Shows:
The Gandhi Show regularly tours the country.
The Gandhi Team is constantly producing new content together and with other performers.
Gandhi Show @ Carolines On Broadway:
Live monthly comedy show @ Carolines on Broadway.
Gandhi Show @ Lucky Jacks Bar:
The show that started it all! A live comedy show that ran for nearly 8 years every Wednesday @ Lucky Jacks Bar in Manhattan’s LES (Feb. 2010 – Nov. 2017).
Gandhi Show: Los Angeles
Ran weekly for 1.5 years at Golden Road Brewing and M.i.’s Westside Comedy Theater in Santa Monica. Created and run by Ryan Conner, Christian Duguay and and David Foster.
Gandhi Show Podcast: “Tell Me Something Good” featuring Brendan Fitzgibbons, Lance Weiss and T.J. Del Reno