Comedian Krish Mohan's highly rated, award winning Stand up Comedy show comes to the Gas Lamp!
Doors at 7:30pm
Show at 8pm
Tickets: $5 adv, $10 dos
Special Guests: Dan Umthum & Perry Thompson
Winner of the "Audience Choice" Award at the 2018 Pittsburgh Fringe Festival!
Comedian Krish Mohan explores various social, political and philosophical issues, such as war culture, immigration, economics and more with his quick wit & quirky attitude. Described as "dangerously perceptive and honest, but somehow still loving and inclusive" by venues across the country, Krish's show will make you think and laugh at the same time.
About Krish: Krish Mohan is a socially conscious, Indian standup comedian and writer who regularly tours the country. He performs at small theaters, bars, comedy clubs, colleges, DIY and house venues. With his quirky attitude, charming personality, and intelligent humor, Krish captivates and engages audiences of all backgrounds, tackling hot button topics like race, religion, war, immigration, while adding an optimistic, philosophical & sociological twist!
Mohan has also been featured on NPR in New York & North Carolina. He has also performed at several Fringe Festivals (IndyFringe, Pittsburgh Fringe, Capital Fringe, Philly Fringe Arts), where he has been an audience favorite with his unique brand of comedy & social vigilantism. Krish also won the 2018 Pittsburgh Fringe Festival Audience Choice award!
He has also opened for nationally touring headliners like Stewart Huff, Redacted Tonight’s Lee Camp and Hari Kondabolu. Krish is also the host of the weekly socio-political commentary web show, “Fork Full of Noodles” and the podcast “Taboo Table Talk”.
“Mohan’s material is frequently clever if not uproariously funny” Roger Caitlin of the Washington Post
“Comedy’s not always supposed to be comfortable, and Mohan warns at the top that he’s going to get weird and esoteric. He keeps his promise, but fortunately also keeps you laughing”
Alex Walsh of Pittsburgh In the Round
“a witty and accurate observation about modern day cultures.” Nick Holstein, West Virginia University (The Daily Athenaum)