Melissa Hunter Gurney is a Brooklyn based independent writer as well as the founder of GAMBA Magazine, GAMBA Z's Artist Residency and GAMBA Forest (an art gallery and event space in Greenpoint, Brooklyn). She is connected to the artist life as seen throughout South America and writes for La Gente Descalza (The Barefoot People). Her work was nominated for the Pushcart Prize in 2016 and 2017 and can be seen in various independent magazines including - The Opiate, Those That This, Across the Margin, Pank, At Large Magazine, Brilliant Short Fiction, Great Weather for Media and Post (Blank).
There's too many thursdays in 2018. It's nuts. Bringing together the city's best comedians for intimate showcases and the finest vibes. We end this night of Laugh Riots: Too Many Thursday’s with live music performances and a DJ. This event has all you need to have a great time on a Thursday night.
A unique space, incredible performances, community.
I am a entertainer and a self starter. After doing mainstream films, touring music and writing and recording indie shorts, the next logical step was to begin putting on shows that reflected all my interests. I wanted to see what it would be like to mesh Gotham Comedy a Club with The Lyricists Lounge. I’m inspired by the format of the Chappell’s Show, Wild N Out, and Lyricist Lounge while being tickled by the comedy of Mitch Hedburg, Robin Harris (and Williams), plus Seinfeld.