Dean Obeidallah For Vice President
The comedy tour! Special Guests: "Go Remy" and Raj Sivaraman
Sun. Oct. 7, 7:30PM (Doors Open at 7pm)
Tickets: General Admission, $20, $15/students
Dean Obeidallah is an award winning comedian who has appeared on numerous US and international TV shows including Comedy Central’s “Axis of Evil” special, ABC’s “The View,” “Comics Unleashed,” NBC’s “Rock Center,” MSNBC’s “Up with Chris Hayes,” Current TV’s “The Young Turks,” and can be seen weekly on CNN offering comedic commentary on political and topical issues. He has been featured in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, TIme magazine and The Wall Street Journal. He also writes weekly opinion articles for CNN.com.
Special Guests for the Show:
“Go Remy” – the Arab-American YouTube comedy star who has toured the US and made such famed comedy music videos as “Hey There Khalilah,” “Saudis in Audis,” and ““The Tabbouleh Song” which has been viewed over 1 million times: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FaNzrtu0KM. His latest EP, “The Falafel Album,” is available now on Comedy Central Records.
Raj Sivaraman - Raj uses his unique perspective to highlight the quirks of American imperialism, objectivist philosophy, the theory of evolution, and why Cheesecake Factory cheesecakes are the best. Raj has performed with noted comedians such as Gary Gulman, Eddie Brill, Shane Mauss, and Myq Kaplan.
Dean was awarded the “Spirit of Bill Hicks” award by the NY Underground Comedy Festival and the Hicks family for “thought provoking comedy.”
He is co-director/co-star of the soon to be released documentary “The Muslims Are Coming!” which also features The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, comedians Lewis Black, David Cross, Janeane Garofalo, Colin Quinn and more.
Dean has performed stand up across the US and Middle East. His website is www.deanofcomedy.com and on twitter follow him @deanofcomedy.
The San Francisco Weekly wrote: “Dean Obeidallah is a gruff-voiced, shoot-from-the-hip New Yorker…fresh and clever.”
The Washington Post called Dean: “an angsty Arab Chris Rock.”