Tonight at your favorite source of fun and entertainment, the legendary and World Famous Comic Strip Live!, we have not one, but TWO huge New Years Eve shows!
Don’t spend the last hours of the first decade of the 2nd millennium locked up in a stuffy apartment! Shake off those holiday cobwebs and head on down to the Comic Strip Live tonight for the greatest time that you could have anywhere in the city!
When he is not on-stage at the Comic Strip Live!, comedian Lee Camp is the creator of a series of web-shorts called “Moment of Clarity.”
With the year (and decade) just days away from coming to an end, Lee stretched his usual one-minute video into a 3 minute retrospective of the decade that brought us, it seems, many more emotional lows, than highs.
Be sure to keep an eye on our schedule to find out when you can see Lee Camp on stage at the Comic Strip Live!
Tuesday night, the Comic Strip Live is proud to welcome club favorite Pat Dixon!
Pat has been seen on CBS’s “Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson” was featured on Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend” and was given his own half-hour special: “Comedy Central Presents: Pat Dixon.”
An extremely talented writer and performer, Dixon is a national headliner whose talents have been lauded by the industry as well as comedy fans from coast-to-coast.
To find out when you can catch Pat Dixon at the club, be sure to keep an eye on our schedule!
Question: What is the biggest holiday you had to miss in order to perform?
This year, Jermaine missed Thanksgiving in DC so he could stay and perform in New York.
Question: What was the hardest holiday you had to perform through?
One year, Marina had to work on Christmas (which is also her birthday) in a city away from home. And, even though it seemed great that her friends came to watch and take her to dinner after, they wound up making out all night, making it a bad Christmas and birthday!
Last Sunday, the Word Famous Comic Strip Live hosted its world famous holiday party here at the club. Some photos are still trickling in, so keep an eye out for the evidence photos.
We may or may not still be recovering here at Eighty-second and 2nd. So, instead of a weekly installment of Question of the Night, come back regularly this week to see what holidays and life events your favorite comics have missed in order to perform.
To get us started, here’s tonight’s host, Dean Obeidallah’s answer:
Last year he performed on Thanksgiving in London. Not only do they not celebrate, they didn’t seem very grateful for his sacrifice.