Made You Laugh Presents Hilarious Aaron Berg at Broadway Comedy Club

Aaron Berg at Broadway Comedy Club
Aaron Berg at Broadway Comedy Club

Broadway Comedy Club

You won’t want to miss this hilarious lineup Thursday, September 12, 2019, at Broadway Comedy Club 7 PM. Aaron Berg Headlines!!!! 318 west 53rd street in the heart of New York City where the greatest comedians of all time have performed and continue to perform.

Nothing beats live comedy! You never know who may show up or what will happen? Life is better the more you laugh. Please join us for a memorable evening! You’ll be glad you came! #victoriaarnstein #victoriathecomedian #laughter4life #humor #laugh #standupcomedy #broadwaycomedyclub #comedynyc @aaronbergcomedy @altucher @funnyxtine @lukemones @lorriebrownstone @richisfunny

Asian Representation is Officially FIXED With Too Many Asians!

UCB Times Square
UCB Times Square

UCB Times Square

Too Many Asians! is live one-man characters show by actor, comedian, and writer Woody Fu. Watch him become a KPOP boy band, a very confident pigeon and more in a series of tight comedy sketches. After half an hour, you will be an Asian ally or dead, GUARANTEED. Directed by Hunter Nelson.

Woody has appeared on Comedy Central, HBO, TBS, FX and The New York Times. He is a lead in the feature Lucky Grandma, which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival 2019.

He performs regularly on Characters Welcome, Maude Night and Baby Wants Candy at UCB. He was a cast member of Boom Chicago (Amsterdam), and Thrones! The Musical Parody (Edinburgh Fringe). His one-man show Asian Gracefully toured New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Austin, and Toronto. He is 100% Irish. read more

Interviewed Comedian Pedro Gonzalez at the New York Comedy Club

Pedro Gonzalez Comedian

We met up with Stand Up Comedian Pedro Gonzalez at one of his comedy gigs at the New York Comedy Club in Midtown to discuss all things comedy.

1. What other jobs did you do before starting stand up comedy? I worked at Big Lots, Dunkin Donuts, doing wiretaps for the DEA, and as an interpreter at Legal Aid.

2. How did you know you wanted to be a comedian? I didn’t, someone at work told me I never shut up so I should go try to do that for a living.

3. If you weren’t doing comedy, what would you be doing? I’d be teaching Spanish at some college and drinking heavily. read more

Hot Soup NYC Comedy Shows – Comedy Cellar & New York Comedy Club

Hot Soup - NYC Comedy Show


Gary ViderMark Normand, and Matt Ruby present NYC Comedy Shows…Note: Wednesday night show has a new name: Good Eggs. So it’s now HOT SOUP on Tuesdays and GOOD EGGS on Wednesdays. Yum!

1) TUE 8/27: HOT SOUP AT COMEDY CELLAR – 10:30 PM NYC’s comedy shows are now at NYC’s best club! Tuesdays at Comedy Cellar @ Fat Black Pussycat (130 W. 3rd St.). Make reservations since show usually sells out.🎟 nyc comedy tickets THIS WEEK’S LINEUP 🎟nyc comedy tickets Andrew Schulz Matteo Lane Jessica Kirson Charles McBee Gary Vider Matt Ruby Mark Normand …and more!Fat Black Pussycat 130 W 3rd St. $10 tix/2 item min Make reservations
hot soup comedy cellar

hot soup comedy cellar

2) WED 8/28: GOOD EGGS AT NY COMEDY CLUB (4th St.) – 8 PM
Weekly Wednesday night edition (8 PM) of GOOD EGGS at this great new club in the East Village. Free tickets with code EGGS (two item minimum) here.

Sam Jay
Jim Tews
Mark Normand
Gary Vider
Matt Ruby

NY Comedy Club (East Village)
85 East 4th St (between 2nd and 3rd Ave)
8PM showtime, every Wednesday read more

The 2019 Free Standup Comedy Festival – Ace Hotel New York

Ace Hotel New York Free Stand Up Comedy Night

Ace Hotel New York Free Stand Up Comedy Night

Ace Hotel New York
20 W 29th St, New York, NY 10001

The Free Standup Festival is proud to return to the Ace Hotel New York as they host the 2019 finale show! Set in their chic, downstairs lounge, Ace Hotel is the perfect location to cap off the week-long festival. This spacious room with its art deco touches, low ceilings, and its massive wall of speakers is the ideal backdrop for a night of comedy. 

Leah Bonnema – Oculus & AXS “Gotham Comedy Live”
Liz Miele – Comedy Central, Hulu
Eagle Witt – Comedy Central, Kevin Harts LOL Network,
Shanna Christmas – Black Women In Comedy Festival
Andrew Ian Bayroff – Edinburgh Fringe Festival, “Check, Please!”
Jonathan Ziegel – Comedy Mob Festival
Linette Palladino – Comedy Village read more

Interview Stand Up Comedian Rojo Perez at The New York Comedy Club

RoJo Perez New York Comedy Club

1. What other jobs did Comedian Rojo Perezdo before starting stand up comedy? I freelanced for a newspaper out of college, worked as a valet parker, bartender, server, delivery guy, and 3 days as an exterminator. Stopped that because I was paranoid I had bed bugs at every apt we went to and was making myself itchy. 2. How did you know you wanted to be a comedian? I didn’t, I’d write in college, shoot silly videos but had no idea to do with some of the stories. A buddy invited me once to an open mic, went terrible, and that was the drug. 3. If you weren’t doing comedy, what would you be doing? I think I would’ve found a way to be in sports as a journalist or commentator. Or maybe I’d be 10 years into my exterminator career and had at least 3 employees of the month awards. 4. Where are some of your favorite places to perform? I have a few spots I love, club wise I think Comedy on State (Madison), Acme Comedy Co (Minneapolis), Standup Live (Phoenix) are where I’ve had the most fun and they get how to treat comedians. Scene wise New Orleans, Austin, Atlanta. The way the comics run shows in these cities I love. 5. Who are some of your favorite up-and-comers in the comedy world? Oh man, not even sure what an up-and-comer is anymore since everyone who is 4 years in with 5 mins has already been “seen”. But these are some New York comics I genuinely enjoy watching: Lizzy Cassidy, Ariel Elias, Ben Katzner, Gordon Baker-Bone, Xazmin Garza. 6. What’s the best advice you’ve ever gotten? I forget where we were at or why I was included in the conversation, but about 10 years ago Jesse Popp said “When you realize the worst that can happen is silence, everything else slows down” 7. When did you feel like you were a professional comedian? I don’t think I ever had a moment where something happened and I just declared to myself I was a professional. I was lucky that pretty early on a couple of people started taking me on the road so I was doing 6 show weekends while still parking cars or whatever. 8. How often do you perform comedy per week? When in NY, I try to get up at least twice a night but not more than three. I personally feel I’m more worried about getting to the spots rather than focusing on the set when I’ve done more than 3 in a night.

9. What are your favorite NYC comedy clubs that you perform at? read more

Interview Esther Ku Stand UP Comedian at Dangerfields Comedy Club

Esther Ku

1. What other jobs did you do before starting as Stand UP comedian?

I was a cashier at a uniform store, movie theater usher, waitress at a deep-dish pizza place, marketing rep for a couple of dot coms, orientation leader for my college, restaurant hostess, private music teacher, dental receptionist, extra in TV shows, and a pen sales representative. Any job where you talk to new people every day is great for a comedian to exercise those muscles of coming up with banter.

2. How did you know you wanted to be a comedian? read more

NYC Comedy Clubs Best Comedy Shows For This Weekend

nyc comedy blog listings

It’s always a great time for a good laugh! As the summer starts to wind and cool down, best comedy shows in New York City, NYC, are heating up and what a great way to send summer packing by adding a night full of laughter and fun time filled with humor to your night.

Catch a laugh with friends at some of the best comedy clubs in NYC, New York City that bring you the funniest local and top headliner stand-ups in the nation. Some have been featured on Saturday Night Live SNL, Comedy Central, Last Comic Standing, or Late Night TV. read more

Best Comedy Shows to Catch This Weekend at all Comedy Clubs in NYC

nyc comedy blog listings

You could consider staying at home and watch the best stand-up comedians specials on TV, or you could head out to the best comedy clubs in NYC and see some world-class performances in person, and enjoy your night with friends and family and also meet new faces. Below you’ll find our picks of the absolute best shows happening this week.

Listed below are some of the shows happening this week


Broaddway Comedy Club

Broadway Comedy Club 318 West 53rd St, New York, NY 10019

presents: All Star Stand Up Comedy (8:00 PM – Red Room) read more

7 NYC Comedy Shows to Catch at Greenwich Village Comedy Club

Greenwich Village Comedy Club

Greenwich Village Comedy Club show for August

After the success of two clubs, Al Martins decided to expand its brand and in 2012 opened the Greenwich Village Comedy Club in the heart of Times Square. Martin once again took the risk by opening Greenwich Village Comedy, the only two-part entertainment complex with three showrooms in New York serving more than 600 comedy fans from around the world every night. In 2005, he co-directed the Boston Comedy Club with Barry Katz, executive producer of NBC Last Comic Standing, and gave Martin the right to be the first three comedy clubs in New York. read more