The Stand NYC – Comedy Show, NYC
JUDAH FRIEDLANDER, SEAN PATTON, DAN SODER, MIKE VECCHIONE, YAMANEIKA SAUNDER, AARON BERG, PAUL HOOPER, CASEY BALSHAM, ROBBY SLOWIK, CHRIS SCOPO
Derek Gaines: The man with the smile of a thousand angels, Derek Gaines, a California born New Jersey resident, raised a new face in the wonderful art of comedy. July 29th 1984 was the day that the Lindenwold’s only campaign began. Derek started in the vicious comedy clubs of Philadelphia and than began to move around the tri-state area (Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York) working and still working on what he would like to call the “Left field crusader show”, the style of comedy that speaks to all but touches the very hearts of the Black, “can’t-be-a-thug suburbanite only children” of the US. Derek trusts and believes God for this gift he has been given and just wants to bring it back for the people. “Progress and not peril” is his motto and he plans to take that with him through every stage of his career.Ari Shaffir:Standup comedian and actor Ari Shaffir describes his comedy as a puppet show, but way filthier and without the puppets. He was a featured standup on the HBO comedy series Down and Dirty with Jim Norton and performed at the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal and Toronto, the San Francisco SketchFest, and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland. Shaffir’s satirical shorts “The Amazing Racist” for National Lampoon went viral on the Internet with millions of views. Additionally, he has appeared on TBS’s Conan, Comedy Central’s Jon Benjamin Has A Van, ESPN Classic’s Cheap Seats, and dozens of national commercials. Ari’s podcast is called The Skeptic Tank and he is a regular guest on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast.Shaffir resides in Los Angeles where he is a regular at The Comedy Store, The Improv and The Laugh Factory. He also headlines around the country and frequently tours with Joe Rogan.
- When: Saturday, Jul 15, 2015 8:00 PM (Doors open at 7:30 PM)
- Ticket Price: $15.00
- Door Time: 7:30 PM
- Show Type: Stand Up
- Restrictions: 16 & over
When people think of the best comedy shows in NYC, they think of The Stand NYC. Located in the Gramercy area of NYC and voted “Best Comedy Club in NYC” by the New York Magazine and “Best New Venue” by Time Out New York, The Stand NYC has some of the highest quality comedy in all of New York. This newish comedy club has already reached legendary status here in NYC. The Stand NYC comedy club often features some of the biggest names in comedy including Louis CK, Dane Cook, Artie Lange, Bill Burr, Colin Quinn, Gilbert Gottfried, Janeane Garofalo, Nick DiPaolo and many more! The Stand NYC is inside of a two-story building that includes a fantastic restaurant upstairs and the main-attraction, where comedians perform their stand-up routines, downstairs. Unlike most NYC comedy clubs, there is no two-drink minimum and the food is phenomenal. The restaurant features a high-quality menu which includes shrimp tempura, grilled steak, burgers, seared tuna, and many other mouth-watering selections! The menu also includes a refreshing selection of cocktails, wines and beers. Prepare for a once in a lifetime experience at this NYC comedy club! The Stand NYC features the best of the best when it comes to food, location and entertainment. Go upstairs and have dinner before or after the show, indulge in the delicious drinks and laugh your socks off at the main-event. Critically acclaimed chef, Seth Levine, will be preparing your food in the upstairs section of The Stand. Both the upstairs and downstairs sections of The Stand NYC may be privately rented out for special events. This NYC comedy club is spacious enough to seat many people, unlike most comedy clubs, and the comedians are the best in the business. The Stand NYC is run by the management company Cringe Humor. This prestigious NYC comedy club is famous to have celebrity drop in on a regular basis and upholds a standard that every comedy club should aspire to be like. Attending a show at The Stand NYC is one of the most entertaining things to do in New York City. Shows are often sold out and tickets are usually hard to come by, so be sure to purchase them beforehand!