Andrew Schulz likes laughs. Real, hard laughs. With his straight-up stand-up, New York’s funny-boy is taking the comedy scene by storm, cracking up audiences across the world. Since his debut performance in California, Andrew has garnered media attention and a following of fans, being named one of the top five up-and-coming artists on Twitter. His comedy is like a stiff drink: it hits you fast and hard, and leaves you slightly disoriented. “I like fucking with people’s sensibilities” Andrew says. “I articulate things that people aren’t putting together, things that people are aware of, but only subconsciously.” A comedian, writer, and actor, Andrew has collaborated on several TV pilots, including The Rewind, The Blog Report, and American Depravity. He wrote and performed in the web-series Rise of the Radio Show, and acted in Strangers in the Snow, a short film awarded best romantic comedy at the 2011 Mountain Film Festival. Most recently, Andrew helped usher in the New Year as a panelist on MTV’s New Year’s Eve Bash, and he’s a regular panelist on Music Choice’s hit TV show Certified. On stage, Andrew discusses gender issues and identity politics, dubbing what he calls “logical masculinism,” a brand of comedy that takes up the male experience from an informed and rational perspective: “We live in a confusing time, a time where masculinity and femininity are confused. I think there’s still room for difference. I don’t think being male should be offensive.” With his unique brand of humor, Andrew has established himself as a fixture in New York’s comedy circuit. He regularly performs at Eastville Comedy Club, CB’s Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, Broadway Comedy Club and Comix, and he’s also appeared at Caroline’s, Laugh Lounge, Comic Strip and The Comedy Cellar.
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