Bicultural Mama Sponsors The Diversity Show at Gotham Comedy Club NYC – GIVEAWAY CLOSED

Like many families in New York, mine is a blend of two cultures and races. My family life inspired me to launch Bicultural Mama, a parenting and culture site that celebrates the best of both worlds in mixed families.


In this spirit, I am thrilled to announce Bicultural Mama’s sponsorship of The Diversity Show at Gotham Comedy Club in New York City. To spread the word about this hilarious and eye-opening show, we’re giving away tickets for the performance on December 28, 2013 (see entry form below).


What happens when three men — an Indian, an African-American and a White Jewish guy – join together in a comedy club? The result is The Diversity Show, a performance which aims to break down racial and ethnic barriers and bring people closer together “one joke at a time.”


The trio believes diversity enhances all of our lives. Through their unique comedic perspectives, Akash Bhasin, Alex Barnett and Charles McBee tackle racial and ethnic prejudices and stereotypes in a fun, approachable manner.


The audience finds themselves not only belly laughing at witty jokes, but also relating to the comedians’ perspectives on race and ethnicity in America.


See Alex Barnett in action:

Want to guarantee a spot in the audience? Purchase tickets ($15) here: Gotham Comedy Club – The Diversity Show or call 212-367-9000. Gotham Comedy Club (The Vintage Lounge) is located at 208 W. 23rd St. (between 7th & 8th Avenues) in New York City.


Follow The Diversity Show on Facebook and Twitter @DiversityShowNY. Find more information at


One lucky winner will win two (2) tickets to The Diversity Show on December 28, 2013, 7 pm, at Gotham Comedy Club in New York City (ages 18+). To enter, please complete the entry form below. The winning entry will be verified; false entries will be disqualified.

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Alex Barnett

Alex is a lawyer-turned-comedian whose performances are about his family. As the White, Jewish husband of a Black woman and father of a toddler biracial son, Alex focuses on the challenges of parenting in a bad economy and issues confronting interracial families (including dynamics between family members who are of different races). Alex has performed at clubs, colleges and venues throughout the U.S. He’s been featured on Sirius/XM Radio’s “Raw Dog Comedy,” NBC’s EVB Live, Bloomberg Law TV, ComedyTime TV, NYC-TV, The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post and He also won the 12th Annual Gilda’s Club (Northern NJ) Laugh-Off. Alex has also written about comedy for The New York Daily News, as well as for the monthly humor webzine The Coil Review. He has regularly contributed to The Comic Bible and has had his comedic short story “Lola’s Christmas Gift” published in the literary journal The Westchester Review.
Charles McBee

Charles, bringing his sharp and undeniable charm, attracts audiences of every ethnicity. He tackles taboo topics with a unique and hilarious perspective while never alienating his audience. Charles has been cast in a variety of Off-Broadway productions including, “Raw Love” and “To Seek a Newer World.” Charles has performed in NBC’s “Stand Up for Diversity” and The New York Underground Comedy Festival. He has also competed in top Comedy Competitions, including season 6 of NBC’s America’s Got Talent and The New York March Madness Comedy Competition. He is currently the star, writer and director of the critically acclaimed web series “Its A Chucked Up Life.”

Akash Bhasin

Akash has entertained crowds in China, India and now the United States. His unique wit and no-holds-bared sense of humor has helped him garner a fan base across the globe. Akash has been featured in the second season of the critically acclaimed series “Its A Chucked Up Life.” He can also been seen in a number of online sketches with the acclaimed Cult Comedy Picture Show which have been featured on CNN and The Huffington Post. Akash received 1st place in the Catch a Rising Star competition and 2nd place in Gilda’s Laugh Off competition. No matter what country he’s in, Akash’s honest and hilarious perspective on life, cultures and religion keep audiences wanting more.

Image Credit: The Diversity Show
Video Credits: Alex Barnett