If you are a comedy fan in New York City, there is no more exciting place to hang out than at the Comic Strip Live!
Along with being able to sit back and take in the best comedy show in town, you also gain unparalleled access to the best comedians in the business every night of the week as they hang out in the clubs world renown lobby. Upon just opening the door most nights of the week, your eyes will be greeted by some of the finest stand-up talent in America. No other club can offer you this level of personal interaction.
A veritable cavalcade of stars hold court in the lobby on this evening. Barry Weintraub, Jordan Rock, Dustin Ybarra, Geoff Kole, Kyle Grooms, Matt Jenkins and others know for good laughs and great company, The Comic Strip is the place to be.
Comic Strip favorite Brian Scott McFadden takes a peak into the showroom before his set.
Known as a “man of the people”, Joe Rocha hangs out by the bar to greet customers coming watch his stand-up before a Saturday night show.
Comedian Joe Machi shows where on the wall his future head-shot will align (alongside Comic Strip alums, Jerry Seinfeld, Susie Essman, Kathy Griffin, Colin Quinn, Jim Breuer and more)
Come by the Comic Strip Live! any night of the week to see for yourself!
Dustin Ybarra entertains a standing-room-only crowd at last night’s monthly “Comedy Caliente” show.
As any of the last night’s nearly 240 guests might tell you, the Comic Strip Live’s monthly “Comedy Caliente” show was far and away, the hottest ticket in town. With reservations sold out hours in advance, customers arrived early to stand on line in hopes to get into the comedy showcase. As the night wore on, the Strip maintained its customers first reputation and did not find itself having to turn away anyone who came out looking for big laughs and a great time.
“You guys have the best show in town tonight,” remarked featured performer Dave Attell, moments before stepping on-stage.
Hosted by Mark Vierra, the show featured an eclectic mix of talent including Sherrod Small, Erik Rivera, Marina Franklin, Dustin Ybarra, the aforementioned Attell and Macio. Upon walking out of the club, one lady gave “The Latin Legend” J.J. Ramirez the award for generating her “biggest laugh of the night” and another lady mentioned that the show was “well worth the cost of admission.”
Featured New York City’s best Latino comedians and more, “Comedy Caliente” takes place the last Thursday of every month at the Comic Strip Live. This show does have a high tendency to sell out and for your parties sake, reservations are suggested in advance. For more information on August’s Caliente show, or line-ups for any of our coming shows, check out our schedule.
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Seating starts at 8pm! Showtime at 8:30!
Visit www.comicstriplive.com for more info!