An Indian Comedian: How Not to Fit In

Krish Mohan-2015 Headshot(web)Monongalia Arts Center (MAC) is proud to host “An Indian Comedian: How Not to Fit In,” a MAComedy night featuring Krish Mohan, on Friday, July 31 at 8 pm.

When you’re born in India and immigrate to the U.S., it can be hard to find a place to fit in. Using his quirky attitude and intelligent comedy Krish tries to find where he fits in. Is it with Americans or the Indians in the U.S? 

The show feature Ian Insect – a comedian from Pittsburgh who is the host of the "Ian Insect is Evil" podcast on the Epicast network – and will be hosted by Rob Speer, who trained and performed at Second City Comedy Theater in Chicago, IL.

Admission to the show is $10 and tickets are available at, the MAC Lobby Desk, and 304-292-3325.  

Krish is an Indian standup comic, writer and improviser who regularly performs at comedy clubs, colleges, bars, theaters, and coffee shops across the country. As an immigrant from India, he tells stories focused on adapting to life in the US and his experiences with race, religion, culture, and relationships. With his quirky attitude, charming personality, and intelligent humor, Krish captivates and engages audiences of all backgrounds. Mohan has opened for nationally touring headliners and has been featured on the Cleveland Comedy Festival, Fallback Festival, and Gilda’s Laughfest. Krish is a regular contributor to the Indie Bohemian Morning Show, which airs on iHeartRadio and in the Nashville area. Krish is also the host, writer and creator of Fork Full of Noodles, a weekly satire web series that focuses on societal and political issues:

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