Natalie Shure is the very first writer, journalist and comedian ever to settle in Brooklyn. She speaks fluent Russian, and would love to discuss Soviet nation-building with you. She is a graduate student at New York University. Brooklyn Magazine named her one of the 50 Funniest People in Brooklyn. Her writing has been featured several places, including New York Observer, Metro, The Awl, The Frisky, Splitsider, Thought Catalog, Washington Post Express, and a Duane Reade memo pad full of half-baked joke ideas. She is currently hacking away at a long-term project on drug-resistant tuberculosis in the Post-Soviet Union. She performs stand-up comedy all over the city, and is sorry she talks about history too much.
- Stand-Up Showcase at Club Passim (Saturday, 7pm)
Saturday, May 10, 2014, 7:00 pm at Club Passim