Golden Girls vs Designing Women
In an extremely unique and special event timed to coincide with Brooklyn Pride Week, come enjoy the ultimate trivia contest about the two greatest TV sitcoms of all time!
Eliot Glazer loves The Golden Girls. H. Alan Scott loves Designing Women. Together, they’ve joined comedic forces with TrivWorks, NYC’s premier live trivia company, to bring to Brooklyn an evening of high-energy team trivia to test the knowledge of both show’s most die-hard fans! Featuring all-original trivia questions and special prizes, attendees will also enjoy stand-up comedy, clips from the shows, and little-seen videos celebrating the funniest fictional females to ever step foot in Miami and Atlanta!
…And yes, there will be cheesecake.
Thursday, June 7th, 8pm
The Bell House
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Eliot Glazer is a writer and comedian living in New York City. He is currently an editor at Vulture, the pop culture blog of New York Magazine, and a weekly contributor to the New York Times Magazine One-Page. He has written for Best Week Ever, Business Insider, and Buzzfeed, and he edited the anthology, My Parents Were Awesome: Before Fanny Packs And Minivans, They Were People, Too, published by Villard Books, and based on the popular blog of the same name. Eliot is a performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, where he co-hosted and co-produced the variety show, High School Talent Show, which ran from 2007-2010. He continues to perform sketch and storytelling all over New York City, and is the co-creator of the web series, It Gets Betterish, which takes an irreverent look at what it means to be young, gay, and weird. He has appeared on MTV, NBC, NPR, Fox News, ABC World News Tonight, BBC Radio, and Sirius Radio XM, as well as Blackbook, Redbook, Entertainment Weekly, and Wired magazines.
H. Alan Scott is a comedian, writer, and actor based in New York City and Los Angeles. Hailed as the “Hot Gay Mormon” by the Chicago Tribune and listed in Imagine Publishing’s “Celebrity Twitter Directory,” Scott’s work has been featured on The Huffington Post, here! TV, LA Weekly, and Sirius XM Radio. Performing stand-up regularly, Scott can often be seen at Caroline’s Comedy Club (NYC), the Hollywood Improv (LA), the Purple Onion (SF), Broadway Theater (Chicago), the Funny Bone national franchise, and various other venues and universities across the United States and United Kingdom. Co-creator and co-host of SRSLY LOL, a live touring variety show featuring alternative talents, with regular shows scheduled year round in New York City and Los Angeles. In addition to this, Scott also is the creator and producer of “The Tweet Spot: The Twitter Game Show,” a live game show based on the regular activities of a Twitter user. The show had a regular run in New York City with special events in Los Angeles, across the United Kingdom and Germany.