Comedian Krish Mohan comes to Marquis Theatre

MIDDLEBURY — Krish Mohan is a socially conscious, Indian standup comedian and writer, and he’s coming to the Middlebury Marquis theater on Saturday.
Mohan’s show explores “bubble culture” and the current divide in today’s political climate. He uses his sharp wit and humor to illustrate how race, identity politics and misunderstanding progressivism has led to splitting us apart. He explores Native American culture, effective ways to treat mental illnesses, reforming education and western culture’s obsession with war and violence.
Yup, you could say, he’s taking on some pretty serious problems. Come hear what he has to say, doing his show, “Empathy On Sale,” at the Marquis Theater on Saturday, Sept. 22, 8 p.m. Free admission with a $5 suggested donation.
Mohan’s toured his show across the United States performing at theaters, DIY spaces, bars and colleges, as well as various fringe festivals. He has also opened various nationally touring headliners including Lee Camp, Stewart Huff and Hari Kondabulu.

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