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, Comedian Krish Mohan tries to find where he fits in. Mohan’s one hour show, An Indian Comedian: How Not To Fit In was recorded at the Harrisburg Improv Theater and will be released on August 1st, 2016. This socially conscious album discusses, immigration, race, police brutality, agnosticism and more! The album was self recorded and released by Mohan. The show has toured at various festivals, DIY venues, coffeeshops and comedy clubs across the country.
Mohan has toured across the United States and has opened various nationally touring headliners including Lee Camp, Stewart Huff & Cameron Esposito. He has been featured on NPR and in the Arch City Comedy Festival and the IndyFringe & Capital Festival, where his show was highly rated and reviewed. Mohan is also the host, writer and creator of Fork Full of Noodles, a weekly satire web series that focuses on societal and political issues. He also hosts the podcast Taboo Table Talk which available here.
Audiences have called Krish’s show “brilliant”, “hilarious” and “refreshing” as he “skewers mainstream American ignorance: a nation of foreigners doesn’t seem to know what to make of them”. Find out where he fits in; Is it with Americans or the Indians in the U.S?
Mohan’s album is available to pre-order now right here and will be available to download on August 1st. Here’s a preview track: