“The Hypocrites are... comic geniuses.”
- Elliott Kalan, The Hypocrites
“Nobody makes me laugh harder than The Hypocrites!”
- Brock Mahan, The Hypocrites
“Extremely funny... inspired lunacy”
- The Washington Post (referring to something else)
After years of interpersonal strife and bitter recriminations, Brock Mahan and Elliott Kalan—the two comic weirdos known as The Hypocrites—have put their violent feud aside long enough to reunite for a revue of their favorite sketches in celebration of their tenth (or so) anniversary.
Now Brock and Elliott hope you’ll join them in visiting a world where Mark Twain can’t wait to die, robots protect the legacy of the Founding Fathers, one-man shows are a weapon of revenge and the survivors of a nuclear holocaust learn that pobody’s nerfect.
Each show will feature a different guest from The Daily Show. On October 4, Elliott and Brock welcome a SUPER SECRET SURPRISE GUEST. Sara Schaefer joins them on October 11, and on October 18, Al Madrigal takes the stage.
The Hypocrites are Brock and Elliott combined, like Voltron. Together they hosted the East Village Radio show Fist City and performed at such celebrated and now-closed venues as the Sage Theater, Juvie Hall and Barnes and Noble Chelsea. They’re excited to see 92YTribeca risk its future on them.
Elliott Kalan is an Emmy Award-winning writer for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. You may recognize him as the guy who corrects Jon sometimes on nerdy subjects like the composition of Wolverine’s bones. He is co-host of the podcast The Flop House and host of the monthly film series Closely Watched Films.
Brock Mahan is a TV writer whose work has appeared on Vh1, Bravo, BBC America and several other channels in the triple-digit tier of your cable package. In 2010, he won an Emmy Award for his writing on Cash Cab. He’s also the publisher of Whim Quarterly, a lovingly, but incompetently run magazine that’s published on actual, flammable paper.
Sara Schaefer is co-host of The New York Times-acclaimed podcast "You Had To Be There" and soon to be co-host of MTV's The Nikki and Sara Show.
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