Tonight at the World Famous Comic Strip Live!, the club is pleased to welcome two of the premier comedic wordsmiths in the game, Jeff Caldwell and Joe Bolster! Each with numerous television appearances to their names, both Caldwell and Bolster will be appearing on the club’s 8:00 pm Sunday night show.
If you can’t change your plans to make it in tonight but want to see Joe and Jeff again in the future, be sure to keep an eye on our schedule!
Hey comedy fans/nerds!
Want to find out when you favorite stand up comedians are going to be coming by the Comic Strip in February?
Tired of having to call every afternoon at 2pm to bug Tommy about who is on the show that night? Then check out the newly updated CALENDAR page!
The month of February, thought by some to be the BEST month to watch stand up comedy in New York City, is chock full of amazing, nationally headlining talent.
Comics who have appeared on HBO, Comedy Central, “The Tonight Show”, “The Late Show” and more including Gary Gulman, Rich Vos, Andrew Kennedy, Gregg Rogell, Chuck Nice, Rob Cantrell, Teddy Smith, Pete Dominick, Paul Mecurio, Christian Finnegan, Andy Pitz, Sherrod Small, Mike Britt, Pete Correale, Jeff Caldwell, Steve White, Dan Naturman, Ross Bennett, Joe Bolster, Cory Kahaney and many, MANY more nationally headlining acts will grace our stage during the month of February!
Come by and see what all the fuss is about! Enjoy a night at the Comic Strip Live!
This week at the Comic Strip Live!, you might get the chance to see one of New York’s fastest rising stars grace our stage in Mike DeStefano!
A veteran of NBC’s “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” and HBO’s “White Boys in the Hood”, DeStefano recently was rewarded with a his own half-hour “Comedy Central Presents” special.
To find out when you can catch the Bronx-born comic, keep an eye on our schedule!
Can it get any better than THIS?!?!?
AL DUCHARME! TONIGHT! HE’S FUNNY!
There’s a new In the Tank out today, and this week’s guest is the hilarious Rachel Feinstein. Jon, Dan, and Shaki talk to her about life on the road and what it’s like to spend a birthday with Tracy Morgan. And, rumor has it, she gave Dan a new nickname.
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Episode 202 | Rachel Feinstein
We’re back with another Question of the Night, a Sunday tradition here at the World Famous Comic Strip Live blog.
It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to become a comic, and it requires a lot of stamina to perform every night. But at least it’s a job that each of our performers loves. What’s really difficult is to go to the jobs that aren’t fun (and where you don’t get applause at the end). So in honor of those gigs, tonight we’re asking:
Q: What’s the worst job you’ve ever had?
Telemarketing– it lasted about 2 days.
Burger King, but it wasn’t that bad.
Stand-up Comedy– no joke!
A busboy in Los Angeles (at a Rain Man age time in life that is way past the appropriate age for busboys).
It’s a tie between the airplane parts factory and the marketing for a basement waterproofing company.
It would be the Car Wash except for the year he spent teaching kids with emotional problems in a wealthy Philadelphia suburb.
Tech department for EDS on Wall St: the longest year of his life.
Pouring beers at a ski lodge before he’d ever had one and subsequently getting a lot of complaints because of the excessive foam.
Thanks for stopping by Eighty-Second & 2nd. Come back next week when we ask another Question of the Night. Or better yet, come in to the Club and see these acts live on stage.
The boys are back, and the second season of In the Tank with Jon Fisch is of to a fantastic start. One of the Club’s (and my) favorite comics, Lenny Marcus, is the guest for the season premiere.
Lenny is a fixture on the New York comedy scene and a regular at the World Famous Comic Strip Live. Learn more about him as he dishes on who makes comedy look hard and tells Jon, Dan, and Shaki what advice he gave to Dave Attell.
or listen right here:
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Episode 201 | Lenny Marcus
However you listen, Enjoy!
And come back next week for Episode 2!
On any given night at the Comic Strip Live, (like, say TONIGHT!) you might have the thrill of seeing one of the best comics working today in Gregg Rogell.
A long time club favorite, Rogell has been featured on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien”, “The Tonight Show”, has had his own “Comedy Central Presents: Gregg Rogell” special and holds claim to a scene-stealing performance in the movie “The Aristocrats.”