Poster for Raising Millennials Comedy Show

Raising Millennials Comedy Show

Run Time: 120 min.

“Raising Millennials (It’s Our Own Damn Fault!)” 

Baby Boomers!  Generation X, Gen Y and Z!   And now there’s Generation Alpha!

Confused? Struggling to raise kids who are consuming a steady diet of Tablets, Smartphones, and Apps? How’d things get so off-kilter? And whose fault is it anyway!?

We don’t have a clue how to fix it…. But we sure can spend a couple of hours laughing about it!

“Raising Millennials (It’s Our Own Damn Fault!)” is a stand-up comedy show performed by and about parents trying to catch their breath as they raise Millennial kids in a cyber-speed world.


Tickets $30 / Premium Tickets $45



In his stand-up, Adam explores the lessons in humility he’s learning from his wife and children, along with the adjustments being forced on him by being a grown-up. Having lived as a child in East Africa, studied martial arts in India, and languished spiritually in New Jersey, Adam is attuned to the absurdities that arise in the everyday, mining the ironies and silliness found in the most humbling situations (with which he continues to gain vast experience).

Adam recently appeared on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah on Comedy Central.  He has opened for such comedy legends and luminaries as Robert Klein, Colin Quinn, Gilbert Gottfried, and Larry Miller. He performs at comedy clubs all over NYC and the surrounding area, including Gotham Comedy Club, Comic Strip Live, Levity Live, and Broadway Comedy Club. Also at corporate & private events, synagogues, theatres, & JCCs throughout the Northeast.

Adam’s debut comedy album, “Aged Whine” was released earlier this year and can be purchased at or at

He co-authored the movie, The Pompatus of Love, with Jon Cryer (Best Comedy, Worldfest-Charlotte), in which he stars along with Mr. Cryer and Kristen Scott Thomas. His plays have been produced by Ensemble Studio Theatre, among other companies in NYC, as well as in LA and regionally.  As an actor, Adam has appeared on Broadway, Off Broadway, in Regional Theatre, in the movies, on TV, and in hundreds of commercials.

He has been nominated for a Clio Award (the Oscars of commercials) for Best Performance. He’s also been nominated for both Tony & Drama Desk Awards for Best Revival. (And, no, it’s not an honor just to be nominated. Just being nominated sucks.)


 Actor, comedian, and writer James Goff was born and raised in the South Bronx. In just a short time in the business, James has demonstrated the unique ability to bridge the gap between any audience, and connect with them on a level that makes them feel they’ve known him for years.

Not only has he worked with some of the best in the business, James Goff’s appearances also include The Today Show, Gotham Comedy Live, Comedy Central’s Open Mic Fight, Sirius Radio, and a performance for Superbowl XLII Champions The New York Giants.

When he’s not headlining around the country, James is producing a weekly podcast, The Force 2 Care Podcast, centered around surviving parenthood and speaking to at risk youth about overcoming life’s obstacles.


As the White, Jewish husband of a Black woman (who converted to Judaism) and the father of a 3-year old, Biracial son, Alex focuses on the challenges of being a parent in an uncertain economy and the issues that confront interracial families.  Alex, who hosts the “Multiracial Family Man Podcast” has been featured on the Katie Couric Show, Sirius/XM Radio’s “Raw Dog Comedy,” and in The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, and


Kyle Ocasio has been performing stand up all over the country for well over a decade. She brought laughter to the US troops in eight different countries while performing with Armed Forces Entertainment in Europe and The Middle East.

She was recently featured on AXS TV’s Gotham Comedy Live and has regularly appeared the popular Fox News satirical political comedy show Red Eye.

Before heading to the Edinburgh Fringe festival where she debuted her stand-up for an international audience, she was the face of Optimum TV’s Soccer Mom Goals, a show with a comedic twist on “momentating” on the 2018 World Cup.

Rooftop Comedy released her debut album “Tell Mommy Your Name Again” which is in regular rotation on Sirius XM and in 2018 she recorded her second album with Rooftop, this time a collaborative piece entitled “Three’s Comedy” with two other comedians. It was number two comedy album of the summer, just behind Jim Gaffigan.

*Due to sexual content and language, this show is  PG-13. Viewer discretion is advised.