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Poster for Brooklyn Comedy Festival – BRUNCH SHORTS PROGRAM 2

Brooklyn Comedy Festival – BRUNCH SHORTS PROGRAM 2

Run Time: 90 min. Format: Digital

The 2017 Shorts program is…hard to describe. If you’re too busy to take a mescaline-laced road trip to a strange city with your funniest friends, just come and watch these shorts. It’ll feel pretty much the same, and you won’t have to pay for gas. Featuring new work from Alan Resnick, Joe Firestone, Kati Skelton, Nathan Truesdale, and so, so, so much more.


Improv is Love

Directed by Doron Max Hagay

In this laugh-out-loud classic, an aspiring improviser has his priorities in wild disarray.


The Best Day of My Life

Directed by Tynan Delong

A single day in the misadventures of Eliza Hurwitz, a sweetly naive sales associate at Manhattan’s USA Girl Doll Store, who dreams of becoming an ENT doctor. A rare entrance of a series project into the festival. Stellar performances and a singular script make this a must-see.


What a Feeling

Directed by Jeff Nash

A dancer finds herself up for the opportunity of a lifetime. Does she have what it takes to achieve her dream?


Men Don’t Whisper

Directed by Jordan Firstman

After being emasculated at a sales conference, gay couple Reese and Peyton decide the only way to regain their confidence and prove their masculinity is to sleep with some women. When they meet fellow conference attendees and pleasure seekers Beth and Dominique, it seems like a perfect match. Unfortunately sealing the deal is easier said than done.


Weird Creatures

Directed by Manolo Moreno


Johnny Bubble

Directed by Alan Resnick

Johnny Bubble is a fictional creature who has lived a long and happy life with a beautiful family and strong ties to the community.



Directed by Kati Skelton

A terrified young man gets caught up in a surreal and demoralizing ‘business opportunity.’ Will he make it out alive?


Magic Ranch

Directed by Eamon Monaghan

Two ranch hands try to work through their personal problems and perform a weekly magic show.



Directed by Nathan Truesdell

A Rust Belt city attempts to reclaim its pride by releasing millions of balloons into the skies.