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Salon @ Spoke: April Edition
Saturday, April 20th at 7:30pm

Latosha Mitchell
Gawain and the Green Knight
Eiren Shuman
Olivia Palacios
Dan Siegelman

$10 in advance
$15 at the door
Your ticket also includes admission to Gilligan Comedy at 8:45!


Latosha Mitchell is a dancer, choreographer, and instructor born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Her dance training includes jazz, African, modern, heels/street stilettos, and hip hop. She currently trains at Broadway Dance Center, EXPG-NYC, and Brickhouse NYC. Although her main focus is street stilettos/heels and hip hop, she fuses the different genres into her choreography. She is a dance instructor and creator of Femmeography in Heels, a fun and sexy heels class based in Midtown that focuses on technique, lines, grooves, and performance, all while feeling sexy and having fun. She has taught at Fit4Dance and Breakin Boundaries in Brooklyn, and for NYC Dance Week.




Gawain and the Green Knight are a folk duo, made up of Alexia Antoniou and Mike O’Malley (and often accompanied by their talentedly fingered and vocal-chorded friends. ) With their guitar and Irish Bouzouki in hand, the two breathe warm air into lungs that have long since disintegrated into dust, singing to life these relatable ghosts in warm, howling harmony. They’ve been barding around New York City together since January 2018, and are real delighted to share with you their first EP, Ghosties. To hear Mike’s original music, check out Mike O’Malley + Beastie Band!





Eiren Shuman has always loved to dance. Born in New York and raised in Philadelphia, he received his BFA at Temple University in 2008. He has also studied dance in the UK, at Trinity Laban and in West Africa, at the University of Ghana. And most recently completed his MFA at NYU Tisch, in 2016. Eiren has enjoyed a rich career as a teacher, performer, and creator and is looking forward to what’s to come.






Olivia Palacios is a NYC-based choreographer-dancer-teacher-graphic designer, working in dance and theatre. She is currently working with The Chase Brock Experience, Uptownworks NYC and JAMpress Management. Selected choreography performance credits include: Spoke the Hub, The Craft, Front Porch Theatricals, Millennium Dance Complex PGH, University of Pittsburgh Stages, Carnegie Mellon Film Festival, Pitt Dance Ensemble and Exhalations Dance Theatre. / @choreobyliv_pal





Dan Siegelman is a video editor, currently working in television post-production. He has worked on projects for diverse clients such as National Geographic, Netflix, Discovery and many others. In his own work, Dan is interested in creating dreamlike visual spaces by exploring the relationships between music, color, and found footage. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.




with host, Gabe Pacheco
Saturday, April 20th at 8:45pm


Andrea Allan
Herbie Gill
Maddy Smith
Ben Wasserman
Amber Rollo
Gabe Pacheco

$10 in advance
$15 at the door


Andrea Allan is a stand-up comedian and the co-host of The Hot Mess Comedy Hour podcast. She has been featured in Elite Daily, The New York Comedy Festival and appeared on the popular show Guys We Fucked.







Maddy Smith is a comedian originally from Buffalo, NY and now based in beautiful New York City. She absolutely loves performing for any crowd and is a regular at New York comedy club, Caroline’s, and a million other venues throughout and beyond the city.







Ben Wasserman is a very funny boy who regularly performs his chaotic blend of comedy and crowd-participation all over NYC and the east coast. Ben’s work has been profiled by VICE and Paste Magazine, and he recently painted with his butt for MTV.







Herbie Gill‘s hard work and knack for presenting fresh new material earned him appearances on many stages and programs, including XM Radio, TBS, Comcast Cable, PBS, Gilda’s Club, and Local Point TV for ABC.








Called “a powerhouse comedian and producer” by This Week In Comedy, Amber Rollo hosts shows in Brooklyn, Queens and even Manhattan. She is the Co-Host of Daddy-less Issues: The Orphan Podcast, with Chanel Ali, where they talk to comedians and artists who have lost one or more parents about how they succeed in life despite that. She is also the Head of Digital Production for The Box, the intersectional feminist comedy show. Amber performs all over the city, bringing humor to dark topics like growing up an orphan and the infantalization of female sexuality.




Gabe Pacheco is a Brooklyn based comedian/radio personality/film maker. He featured in the Accidental Comedy Festival, and the Asheville Comedy Fest. Gabe regularly provides commentary on Insights on Sirius XM with John Fugelsang and appeared on Current TV. He performs sketch comedy based on the work of school children with the Story Pirates and is a permanent guest host on WBAI’s “the Katie Halper Show”.