New York Comedy Festival 2015: Friday Lineup

Written by Gary Miller

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The New York Comedy Festival Continues with another great lineup this Friday November 13, 2015.

Kill Me Now With Judy Gold

Featuring Lauren Hennesey, Lynne Kopolitz & Steven Schirrpa

Carolines On Broadway

Harmontown

The Gramercy Theatre

Joel Creasey Live

Laurie Beechman Theater

Week at the Creek: Bonnie McFarlane

The Creek and The Cave

Iliza Shlesinger

NYU Skirball Center

Norm Macdonald

Carolines On Broadway

Homeschooled: A Comedic Lecture Series

Union Hall

Best of UCBT Sketch

UCB Theatre Chelsea

John Leguizamo in Conversation

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John Leguizamo I Won’t Watch ‘SNL’ Because of Donald Trump’s Is A Racist

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Written by Joseph Santiago
Entertainment Editor Best Comedy Tickets

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Courtesy of Yahoo News

“If he had said those things about any other ethnic group, he would not be on ‘SNL.'”

John Leguizamo is a Colombian–American actor, voice actor, producer, comedian, playwright and screenwriter. He recently spoke out about Donald Trump and his plans on hosting Saturday Night Live.  He stated if Donald Trump is hosting this show this weekend I will never watch the show again.

The Colombian born actor decided to move into the spotlight and talk about the controversial Donald Trump who is a Republican presidential candidate and sat down with Yahoo on Wednesday to talk about his new book, Ghetto Klown. read more

Why Stand-up Comedians Love the Mets

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Written by Grant Reed

From Chris Rock to Adam Sandler, the second fiddle of New York baseball could fill a dugout with A-List comics—ones who love to embrace suffering

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The 2015 MLB playoff-bound New York Mets may see some A-list comics in the stands during their games against the Los Angeles Dodgers. From Jerry Seinfeld and Chris Rock to Jon Stewart, here’s why comedians love the Mets.

Mets Win! – or something phenomenal like that …This Friday the mets will face the L.A. dodgers in a rare event, the likes of which hasn’t been seen since the unlikely union of planet niburu smashing into pre-earth to create what we have now, or the parting of the red sea.  Ok so maybe it hasn’t been that long since they’ve seen a penant  – only 15 years… And certainly a little bit of a wait since the series win.    However, that’s what its all about; existence in the face of seeming randomness and futility.  But fans aren’t going home just yet, and actually would probably prefer to stay at the ball park. read more