Number 1. Movie In Germany is a Hitler Comedy

Written by Gary Miller

After a tragedy there is a sense that laughter cannot come back. There is a sense that laughter is dead, Mark Twain famously quipped that, “humor is tragedy plus time.” An interesting bit of cultural study on the subject of humor can be found in the German cinema as of late.

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Who says Germans don’t have a sense of humor?

“Germans should be able to laugh at Hitler, rather than viewing him as a monster, because that relieves him of responsibility for his deeds and diverts attention from his guilt for the Holocaust,” director David Wnendt told The Guardian. “But it should be the type of laugh that catches in your throat and you’re almost ashamed when you realise what you’re doing.” read more

An Interview with Comedian Sean White

Written by Gary Miller

“There is a thin line that separates laughter and pain, comedy and tragedy, humor and hurt.”-Erma Bombeck

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Chicago comedian Sean White has walked the line night in and night out, the erudite comedian has found ways to make audiences across the country laugh doing so, highly touted in the city of Chicago by other comedians and the press, he was voted as one of 16 comics to check out by Chicago Magazine. A skilled comedian with a unique voice, Sean had been doing comedy for five years when his sister died. Then a few months later, his mom died, and then a few months later, his brother died. Then a few months later, his other sister died. In the middle of that was when he got divorced. read more

An Interview With Comedian Chris Hamilton

Written by Gary Miller

Chris Hamilton is a New York based comic that is on the rise. Chris has found himself steadily working, always performing, whether it’s at comedy clubs like New York Comedy club, Broadway comedy club, Gotham comedy club, Stand up NY or bar shows in the New York area. Gifted with an outspoken personality, strong point of view, and a matching work ethic, Chris also finds the time to do a radio show for Brooklyn on BBOX Radio.

Chris worked in the media field before turning to comedy full time. In that time he has performed in the Hoboken comedy festival, laughing devil comedy festival,  ‘Ghandi is that you?’ ‘Commune comedy’, among others. read more

Top Comedy Shows in NYC for Friday 10/9/15

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Looking to see a comedy shows in NYC tonight ?

Comedy Shows in NYC: Your essential guide Find out about recently announced stand up comedy in New York City.

Click here for up to date schedules to the best comedy shows in Manhattan.

The most up to date comedy schedule in the New York City area.

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October 9, 2015

Our pick of the best comedy shows in NYC tonight

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Stand UP NY – 7pm 236 West 78th Street, New York, NY 10024

BRIAN SCOTT MCFADDEN, JAMES MATTERN, JON LASTER, KEVIN BRENNAN, MARK NORMAND

New York Comedy Club – 7pm 241 E 24th St, New York, NY 10010, read more

Comedy Shows in NYC – 4/23/15

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Comedy Clubs NYC  – 4/23/15

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Tonight’s recommendations for the best in NYC comedy clubs. Here is a list of comedy shows in NYC.

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Broadway Comedy Club
318 W. 53rd St, Between 8th and 9th Ave, New York City, NY 10009
Brian Scolaro, Costaki Economopoulos, Dustin Chafin, Jon Fisch, Nore Davis,
Tom Daddario, Wali Collins Buy Tickets 

New York Comedy Club
241 East 24th St. (between 2nd and 3rd) New York, NY 10010
Thursday April 23rd 7:00PM
Host TJ Del Reno presents Brett Druck Casey Balsham Mike Cannon Chris DiStefano Matt Pavich Jordan Rock April 23 @ 7:00 pm Buy Tickets read more

Best Comedy Clubs in New York

Are you looking for the best comedy shows in NYC ?! It’s a fact that NYC is the best place on the planet to watch stand up comedy. The big name comedians like Jerry Seinfeld, Louis CK, Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, Dave Attell, Judah Friedlander all got there start in the Big Apple and live here. They can be seen nightly at some of these venues.

Every night there are several dozen comedy shows in NYC all around the Manhattan and the rest of five boroughs of New York City.  There is so much comedy to see here with many of the famous comedians and up and coming stars of tomorrow. It’s very common to see Louis CK drop in at Eastville comedy club, The Comedy Cellar, The Stand NYC and so many local clubs. read more