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Here is our guide to the best NYC stand-up comedy shows that are happening Sunday, March 15, 2020.
Note: Because of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak that has been a global pandemic. Here the New York state does have a ban on large gatherings of more than 500 people, many major events have been canceled.
However, the majority of all comedy shows are way less than 500 people, so let’s not live in panic and in fear. Let’s give ourselves the best medicine, which I believe is laughter and joy.read more
The New York Comedy is a club that is open since 1989 in the Gramercy neighborhood. The place offered an excellent menu of drinks, good comedy shows, and an atmosphere similar to the great comedy clubs when they started working. Today it works in 2 places, with different schedules:
241 East 24th St. New York, NY 10010
The New York Comedy Club – Midtown schedule is:
Monday: 6:30 PM – 12:30 AM
Tue-Fri: 6:30 PM- 2:00 AM
Sat: 4:30 PM- 2:00 AM
Sun: 4:30 PM- 12:30 AM
For anyone looking to enjoy every bit of what New York City has to offer, attending comedy shows is one activity you cannot afford to miss.
New York City is home to some of the world’s most talented comics, and the city boasts many comedy clubs showcasing first-class comedy every other week. You can catch different up and coming comedians, as well as some names you might have seen on TV, give you a great night out of unending entertainment. read more
While you are traveling to the concrete jungle known as New York City you might want to attend and watch an NYC Comedy Clubs Show. NYC literally never sleeps. It’s one of the busiest cities on the entire planet and always has many things to do and see. When you’re in the “Big Apple,” It’s very important to find a way to relax and have a night-long night of laughs.
As humans we all just want to have a good time and laugh the night away with our friends, workmates and NYC comedy clubs has the best comedy clubs in the world. read more
We met up with one of the OG’s of comedy and one of our favorite comedians Chuck Nice right after before his show at the New York Comedy Club in the East Village. We asked him a bunch of questions and here is what he had to say.
1. What other jobs did you do before starting stand up comedy?
I was the national sales manager for a toy manufacturer, I have also been a bartender, cab driver, waiter, window salesman, and retail manager. Not to mention butcher, baker, candlestick maker, and porn director.read more
We met up with Katie Haller at New York Comedy Club East Village. She was one of the crowd favorites and we got to sit down with her and talk to her about stand up comedy and the NYC Comedy Clubs scene.
1. What other jobs did you do before starting stand up comedy? I have had some ridiculous jobs. The weirdest-being a bar/bat mitzvah dancer. That was only for a short time right after graduation. The funniest was being a stand-in for child actors. I’m 4’11 and started doing background work as a side job and then started getting booked as a stand-in. Basically, I would show up to movie/tv sets, go through the scene for lighting and blocking purposes while a 10-year-old drinks Yoohoo in their trailer.read more
1. What other jobs did Alex Carabaño do before starting stand up comedy? Man, I worked a lot of random jobs from late-night shifts at The Home Depot to the shady cell phone hookups at RadioShack to graphic design photoshopping to packing boxes in a warehouse deep in Elizabeth, NJ. All were perfectly terrible places to prepare me for the emotional roller coaster that is stand up comedy. ? I actually still have a career, before I even started performing, my brother & I opened a Latin vegan restaurant almost 13 years ago in Brooklyn. We are working with one of our restaurants at some point every single day.read more
We sat down to interview one of our favorite comedians Kate Wolff at the New York Comedy Club in the East Village to discuss all things stand up comedy.
1. What other jobs did Kate Wolff do before starting stand up comedy?
I was an Art Teacher for about 6 years when I started stand up comedy. I continued to teach and do stand up for another two years. I eventually had to quit teaching in order to dedicate more time and energy to comedy. One of the best decisions I’ve ever made.
2. How did you know you wanted to be a comedian?
After my first open mic, I just felt this rush of creative energy, and I knew then I had found my passion. I couldn’t stop thinking about comedy, and what I wanted to try out on stage. I knew I had found my calling.
3. If you weren’t doing comedy, what would you be doing?
I also got into the spiritual healing world as I continued my journey with comedy. I recently graduated from a four-year NonDual Kabbalistic Healing program, so I am a certified healer. I also read tarot cards, paint, and dance. So, I’d probably still be exploring those worlds even if comedy wasn’t in the mix. But thank God/Goddess it is!
4. Where are some of your favorite places to perform?
My two home clubs in NYC are New York Comedy Club and Stand Up NY. They have had my back from the beginning, and the rooms are just incredible.
5. Who are some of your favorite up-and-comers in the comedy world?
Probably the people I’ve come up with, so Emma Willmann, Robyn Schall, Calise Hawkins, Leah Bonnema, Nathan Macintosh, Aminah Imani, and many more!
6. What’s the best advice you’ve ever gotten?
To just focus on my craft, and get funny. We all fall into the comparison wound, but I try my best to just focus on myself, and get more and more authentic on stage. It’s all about finding your unique voice!
7. When did you feel like you were a pro comedian?
Probably about a couple of years in when I got paid to do my first headlining gig, and then shortly after that when I got my first stand up TV credit on NickMom’s Night Out.
8. How often do you perform comedy per week?read more
The New York Comedy Club in Midtown has been serving up laughs in the Big Apple for thirty years. This time-honored venue has become one of the most respected in New York.
And for good reason. This classic comedy club features some of the best comedians in the city—and a one-of-a-kind atmosphere that takes your experience to the next level.
Open seven nights a week, New York Comedy Club has earned a reputation for showcasing some of the best comedic talents in the city. A favorite for NYC comedy club lovers, this great venue has something for everyone.read more
Written by Joseph Santiago
Who doesn’t enjoy a great night of comedy? We all know laughter is the best piece of medicine.
Seeing a comedy show in NYC is an absolute must for everyone who enjoys have some fantastic laughs and some drinks with good friends. New York City is the mecca for stand up comedy in the USA many of the famous comedians such as Chris Rock, Judah Friedlander, Jerry Seinfeld, Sarah Silverman all live in New York. It’s the entertainment capital of the world.
You might even catch a famous comedian doing a set at the Comedy Cellar, New York Comedy Club, Stand Up New York or Greenwich Village Comedy Club or any NYC Comedy Club.
Here is a list of comedy shows this week at the New York Comedy Club Midtown and East Village locations.
New York Comedy Club – East Village
March 21, 2019 – 8PM
Featured Comedians: Michael Kosta, Keith Alberstadt, Alexis Guerreros, Francisco Ramos.
Michael Kosta is an actor and writer, known for Worst Birthday (2016), Best of Five(2008) and Crowd Goes Wild (2013).
Keith Alberstadt was born in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. He is an actor, known for Speed Damon & Holly (2015), Stand-Up 360: Edition 2 (2009) and Apostles of Comedy: Onwards and Upwards (2013).
Alexis Guerreros was born and raised on the mean streets of Newark, NJ and a single Cuban mother with a good left hook. He eventually headed to NYC and started in comedy shortly after being laid off from a miserable but well paid corporate job. Alexis is a very talented comedian. You can see him performing nightly in NYC at clubs such as New York Comedy Club East Village and Midtown, Stand Up NY, Eastville Comedy Club in Brooklyn and many more.
New York Comedy Club is the real deal New York comedy experience. If you are a local you most like have been here and loved it. They have some of the greatest comedians in the country performing here on a nightly.
New York Comedy Club has two locations East Village & Midtown location.
New York Comedy Club – Midtown241 E 24th St, New York, NY 10010Thursday, March 21st, 2019 – 8:30 PMFeatured Comics Andrew Schulz, Emma Willmann, Krystyna Hutchinson, Neko White
Andrew Schulz is an actor and producer, known for Sneaky Pete (2015), There’s… Johnny! (2017) and Write When You Get Work (2018).
Emma Willmann is one of the New York scene’s fast risers. Her credits are excellent despite that she’s fairly new in comic years. In the past two years alone, she was featured in Just for Laughs New Faces, on the cover of Time Out New York as one of 10 Funniest Women in New York featured in Elle Magazine, passed at the NY Comedy Cellar, and all the other top clubs in NYC, featured in 8 NACAS, headlined her own sold-out show in The New York Comedy Festival, performed at The Bridgetown Comedy Festival, appeared in a commercial for Dear Kate Underwear, and became a regular on SiriusXM Raw Dog, landing her own monthly show and becoming a regular guest host on the popular SiriusXM Stars AM show Wake Up with Taylor! she also appeared on FuseTV and made her late night debut The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
Krystyna Hutchinson is known for her work on You Don’t Live Here (2011), Master of None (2015) and Shower (2012).
Get the legitimate NYC Stand-Up comedy experience at the New York Comedy Club in Midtown.This is a top-notch NYC comedy club with some of the greatest comedians in the industry. Many celebrities tend to drop in at the New York Comedy Club. Recently, Kevin Hart, T.J. Miller, Tracy Morgan made drop-ins. They only featured professional comics that you have seen on Conan O’Brien, Netflix, SNL, and many other shows.New York Comedy Club – East Village
Thursday, March 21st, 2019 – 10:15 PM
Anxiety Attack ft. Justin Silver, Tim Dillon, Stavaros Halkias, Zac Amico
Justin Silver is an actor, known for The Sinner (2017), Law & Order: Criminal Intent(2001) and The Life We Chose (2019).
Tim Dillon is an actor and writer, known for Untitled Tim Dillon Project, Boston Psychiatric(2009) and Thanksgiving (2016).
Zac Amico is an actor and writer, known for Return to Return to Nuke ‘Em High Aka Vol. 2(2017), Return to Nuke ‘Em High Volume 1 (2013) and Shakespeare’s Sh*tstorm.
It’s no questions that we are living in a crazy world and anxiety is at an all-time high. This comics will have you laughing you will feel like you pop a Xanax and you will laugh your ass off. Justin Silver is the MC and is one of New York’s hilarious and most neurotic comics out there. This NYC Comedy show features Katie Hannigan Greg Stone Tim Dillon Stavaros Halkias Rob Bernstein Zac Amico Wendi Starling