I met Prateek Srivastava back when he was co-producing “Simmer Brown”, Chicago’s premier multicultural comedy show. Since then, Prateek has taken on a crazy-rigorous schedule and been honing his high-octane solo show. Recently, Prateek popped up at Nighthawk Chicago’s “End of the Line” Comedy Night, and blew the roof off the place.

Prateek will be recording his debut album, “Nick and Shelia’s Kid”, this Saturday, December 7th, at Bughouse Theater, located at 1910 W Irving Park Road. Maureen and I will be going to the 8pm show (there’s also one at 10pm), and we’d like to invite you along. Get in touch for a pair of comp tickets!

See Prateek in action at Laugh Factory in the video below. See you Saturday at Bughouse!

For more info, visit PrateekComedy.com

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