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!
Yesterday was the Comic Strip Live’s annual Christmas party! To document the even, we here at Eighty-Second and 2nd dispatched comedians Adam Cozens and Joe Machi with a digital camera and had them capture the fun at last night’s annual send-off. They ended up taking many pictures of themselves. Here are a few choice shots!
(left to right: Scott Blakeman, Barry Weintraub, Bill McCarty, J.J. Ramirez)
(Wayne Federman, Adam Cozens)
(Jeffrey Ross, Joe Machi)
(Sherrod Small, J.R. Ravitz)
(Joe Machi, Moody McCarthy, Adam Cozens)
(Pat Dixon, Adam Cozens)
(CSL bartender Danny)
(Andy Pitz, Adam Cozens, Joe Machi)
(Adam Cozens, Judah Friedlander)
(CSL bartender Sam Whitten)
Last night a sold-out boat enjoyed another successful and exciting Comic Strip Live Sunset Comedy Cruise!
Laughs were plentiful and the memories made were priceless as a boat-load of comedy fans took in the spectacular views and hilarious stand-up comedy that only the Sunset Comedy Cruise can produce.
Relive some of the magic from last night!
Host of the nights festivities William Stephenson greets guests as they check in prior to boarding the cruise.
Just in the nick of time! Comedian Vic Henley makes it to Pier 40 with minimal time to spare before kick-off!
Comedian J.J. Ramirez looks out over the water prior to the Sunset.
The eastern tip of New York’s beautiful skyline.
Comedians Sherrod Small and William Stephenson relax while Jordan Rock enjoys a night out on the water.
Comedian Sherrod Small entertains the sold-out boat with his high-energy brand of humor.
Comic Strip favorite Jermaine Fowler also took the night off so that he could check out the nightlife on the famous Sunset Comedy Cruise.
Jordan Rock admires Lady Liberty herself.
Tonight at the Comic Strip Live!: COMEDY CALIENTE!!! Comedy Caliente is New York City’s funniest and most positively-reviewed Latin-American (and more) Comedy Showcase!
This evenings line-up includes the comedic talents of: Erik Rivera! Macio! Bill Santiago! Mike DeStefano! Jermaine Fowler! J.J. Ramirez! and more!
Comedy Caliente only happens on the last Thursday of each month,so if you want to be a part of tonight’s show, contact the club to make your reservation! Call (212) 861-9386 now!
TONIGHT! TONIGHT! TONIGHT! TONIGHT! TONIGHT! TONIGHT!
The weather is amazingly, the drinks are chilled and the fun out on New York’s famed Hudson River is going to go down TONIGHT!
The Comic Strip Live’s Sunset Comedy Cruise, a staple of New York residents summer calendar is kicking off from Pier 40 tonight at 6:30!
The announced line-up for this evening’s comedy cruise:
From HBO’s The Chris Rock Show and the new FX Network show Louie William Stephenson!
From NBC’s Tonight Show with Jay Leno and the new hit movie Bruno, Vic Henley!
From ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! and VH1’s Best Week Ever, Sherrod Small!
And from the feature film The Latin Legends of Comedy and Comedy Central, J.J. Ramirez!
For more information on how to be a part of tonight’s cruise, call Jan at 212-861-9386.
The cost is $25.00 per person plus a two-drink minimum. Save $5 if you use the code “BLOG” when you call. (Dinner is optional, $8.00 per plate.)
A lot of great comedy talent graced the Comic Strip Live this last week. A lot of our old friends came through to do sets and spend time in the lobby of the club that they all call “home”, the Comic Strip. Here is this weeks installment of Lobby Life.
A meeting of the minds occurred by our bar this last Wednesday when Ryan Reiss, Al Ducharme, Marina Franklin, Andy Hendrickson and Mike p. Burton got together.
Four of Thursday’s acts, Ted Alexandro, Judah Friedlander, J.J. Ramirez and Steve White converse about life in comedy. And baseball.
Veteran comedy writer D.F. Sweedler reflects on what makes a good comic alongside Stan Stankos, Joe Machi, Andy Hendrickson and Mike p. Burton.
A more subdued lobby allowed Judah Friedlander and Mike p. Burton to catch up over dinner with D.F. Sweedler and Matt Jenkins futhur discussed baseball.
Check back next Monday for another installment of Lobby Life!
And to see the lobby (and the comics within it) live in person, check out our schedule.