You’ve heard of “Late Night” correct?
After the full roster of hilarious stand up talent comes off stage, more stand up comedy can be found during the Comic Strip Live!‘s famous Late Night show! Late Night is an amazing opportunity to watch some of the clubs finest talent tightening up new material as well as a place for some of the clubs new talent to get additional stage time and exposure.
Many of our clubs talents use Late Night’s short spots (each comic on Late Night does 5 minute sets) to work out sets for upcoming TV appearances. Earlier just this month, comedian competitors from NBC’s Last Comic Standing worked out and smoothed out the edges on their new sets during Late Night!
Tonight’s Late Night show featured: Owen Bowness, D.F. Sweedler, Gladys Simon, Sam Morril, Joe Machi, Adam Cozens, Joe Rocha, Andrew Mitchell, Maryelle Turner, Jordan Rock and more! With each comic only doing 5 minutes, there is guaranteed to be a comic coming up that will tickle your fancy. So stick around!
Even when you think the show can’t get much better, it does. With Late Night.
…and we’re back…
or, more correctly, I’m back from LA, where we filmed some great interviews for Eat, Drink, Laugh, the documentary about the Club we told you about earlier this year.
It’s been a great night here at the World Famous Comic Strip Live:
Chris Rock stopped by to work out his material for Letterman tomorrow night.
AND, the Late Night Crew set up camp and talked with us for this week’s Question of the Night.
Q: What’s the best part about hanging out in the lobby while you wait to go on stage?
Adam Cozens: “Even when there’s only a couple people left in the crowd, a good Lobby Life makes it worth our time to be here at the Comic Strip.”
Sam Morril: “It’s great to have people to run joke with and help get mentally prepared for the stage.”
Joe Machi: “It’s the fellowship and penis jokes.”
Matt Jenkins: “Networking with other comics.”
DF Sweedler: “I love when Chris Rock stops by right before my spot.”
A fresh batch is in! A lot of new and old friends have been hanging around the Comic Strip Live this last week. Some of them were captured by the crafty photo crew here at Eighty-Second & 2nd! More coming soon!
It was full around the bar on Thursday when Andy Pitz, Andy Hendrickson, Sam Morril, Vic Henley, Jim David & Joe Machi decided to take in an evening at the Strip.
Comic Strip legend Barry Berry visits old friend Barry Weintraub.
Dexter Stallworth watches the game while Lenny Marcus, Ryan Reiss and Becky Donahue get prepare for their spots.
Comic Strip original George Wallace dropped by on Thursday and Saturday night to see friends and perform hilarious stand-up, pictured here with Richie Tienken and Jeffrey Gurian.
To see the lobby (and some hilarious stand-up comedy) pick the best date for you and your friends on our schedule!