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Address: 318 West 53rd Street
City: New York
State: NY
Date Time Event Description
Jan-19-18 08:30 PM Broadway Comedy Club Presents Aaron Berg
Jan-19-18 09:00 PM BROADWAY COMEDY CLUB - ALL STAR COMEDY, Times Square NYC Discount tickets $25 at the door$10 discount tickets here via EventBrite There is a two drink minimum per guest. Food menu also available LIVE COMEDY SEVEN NIGHTS / WEEK at 9pm Broadway Comedy Club presents a lineup full of our Top Headliners. These are the best comedians from New York City with special guests from all across the country. You've seen them on MTV, HBO, The Tonight Show, Comedy Central, The Daily Show, Last Comic Standing and more!  PREFER IMPROV COMEDY? CLICK HERE Double Check line-ups at https://www.broadwaycomedyclub.com/calendar WEDNESDAY 9/20 Wali Collins (Letterman, Conan, Comedy Central) Josh Rabinowitz (Comedy Central, TruTV) Jimmy Martinez (Centric. BET) THURSDAY 9/21 Nore Davis (Amy Schumer Show, Comedy Central, MTV. Russell Simmon’s The Ruckus) Calise Hawkins (Star of TV hit “Funny Girls” Comedy Central, FOX, FX, Nick) David Suarez Mark Demayo Aaron Berg Anthony Devito FRIDAY 9/22 David Suarez Ryan Reiss Dante Nero Mike Vecchione (Pictured on Last Comic Standing) SATURDAY 9/23 Sinck, Kenny Ortega, Monroe Martin, JP Justice SUNDAY 9/24 Curtis B Sterling brings you the best comedians in the NYC plus special guests from across the country and around the world. Come see our top headliners this Saturday night! You've seen them on Late Night TV, Laughs, Last Comic Standing and Comedy Central and more. MONDAY 9/25 Mike Somerville (Letterman) Corey Kahaney –(Colbert, Letterman, Ferguson, Showtime, HBO, Comic’s Unleashed, NICKMOM) Dustin Chafin (HBO, Uncensored Comedy, Showtime, CMT) James Hancock (Resident comic, TheIndustryroom.com Show, named best comic, NYC Summer Comedy Fest) IMPROV COMEDY Saturdays 3pm Al Martin’s name is synonymous with comedy in New York City, and is responsible for launching the careers of many top comedians working today. Martin’s first venture in the comedy club business was in 1988 when he established the New York Comedy Club out of a need to help and showcase talented comedians. An accomplished comedian himself, Al was a National Headliner with numerous television credits such as The Joan Rivers Show, Geraldo and Evening At The Improv. Al was always more than just a comedian; he was an activist for the comedy community serving as Vice President of the Professional Comedians Association, and was instrumental in the organization dedicated to bringing health insurance and improving working conditions for comics. Although performing was a love for Martin he found his niche as a comedy club owner. He soon found himself helping his fellow comedians that he had once worked beside. Sarah Silverman, Lisa Lampanelli, Brett Butler, Tracy Morgan and Wanda Sykes are just a few comedians who have graced his stages over the years. New York Comedy Club became the first comedy club with two showrooms in 1997. Al was one of the first club owners to embrace diversity in the comedy world by establishing the first Latino Comedy Night at New York Comedy Club. He’s also facilitated and welcomed to his stage shows featuring gay, urban and Asian communities. In 2000 Martin opened New York Comedy Club in Boca Raton, which he ran successfully until late 2006. With the success of two clubs Al decided to expand his brand and in 2003 opened Broadway Comedy Club, located in the heart of Times Square. Martin again took a risk in opening Broadway Comedy, the only bi- level entertainment complex with three showrooms in NYC, serving over 600 comedy lovers from around the world nightly. In 2005 he partnered with Barry Katz, executive producer of NBC’s Last Comic Standing to run Boston Comedy Club, giving Martin the bragging rights to being the first person to run three comedy clubs in New York City. In the Summer of 2012 Martin expanded his comedy ventures into Greenwich Village, in New York City with the opening of Greenwich Village Comedy Club, from day one the club has been filled every night with a lively downtown crowd and top comedians making them laugh! Martin’s clubs attract comedy fans from around the world including some of the biggest celebrities from Jay-Z & Beyonce, Andre Aggasi, Jimmy Fallon, Montel Williams, and Harry Connick Jr. On stage or behind the scenes, Al Martin will go down in history as the King of New York Comedy. Martin is a brilliant thinker and innovator of his time, and has made New York City the World’s Capital of Comedy.
Jan-19-18 11:00 PM Broadway Comedy Club Presents JJ Ramirez
Jan-20-18 03:00 PM #IamSueCostello Experience "She's wrangled her singular life into a searingly honest & hilarious show that kind of makes sense of everything. " Taylor Schilling "At the risk of seeming excessive in praise of Costello, her one-person play is the best combination of genuine poignance and rollicking humor since the pioneering stage work of Lily Tomlin and early Whoopi Goldberg.." - Huffington Post "Sue Costello's charismatic performance is mesmerizing as you march with her through her teenage years on the Dorchester streets through her life in New York and Hollywood." - Colin Quinn "Sue's show was amazing, hilarious, dark and brutally honest, Run don't walk to the theatre!" - Molly Shannon SUE COSTELLO brings her acclaimed one-woman play to NYC For one night only: #IamSueCostello to The Broadway Comedy Club 3pm Jan 20th - Sue Costello, acclaimed comic, actor and writer is set to bring her one-woman play, I Wasn't Trying To Be Funny, to The Broadway Comedy Club 318 West 53rd St NYC (212-757-2323). From the Huffington Post "Sue Costello:Costello, a brilliant comedian and actor who was briefly a TV star in a short-lived sitcom on Fox in the late 1990s,has emerged from the roller-coaster ride of her life in violent, blue-collar Dorchester and the turmoil of a combustible Hollywood career with astunning first-person playabouther journey. I saw a preview show of her show, I Wasnt Trying to be Funny, a while ago in New York, and, for once, the hoariest cliches of rave reviews I laughed! I cried! actually apply to this show. Whats especially striking about that show is that it isnt simply a Mike Birbiglia-style monologue about her life or a series of quick impressions, but an actual touching and funny solo play about her life in which shes playing herself at different periods in her life. On stage, she converses in her solo act with real-life characters we cant see but whose presence is as real and riveting as hers. Local Boston papers arent simply championing a home-town girl but heralding a major comedic and playwriting talent: TheBoston Heraldcalled the show powerful, thanks to Costellos frank charisma and her ability to mingle humor with tragedy and the QuincyPatriot Ledgerproclaimed that Costello rivets the audience with a comics gift for delivery and wit and an actress skill with emotion. At the risk of seeming excessive in praise of Costello, her one-person show is the best combination of genuine poignance and rollicking humor since the pioneering stage work of Lily Tomlin and early Whoopi Goldberg. She could easily have done a great one-woman show filled with the sort ofamazing and hilarious storiesof her life she told Marc Maron on a podcast after she reemerged into the spotlight with a supporting role as a feisty Southie in the movie The Fighter. Instead, she has created a play that is told through scenes, re-enacted by an actress with extraordinary range. Her influential friends in comedy have given her latest work unrestrained praise that, while theyre blurbs from a press release, actually under-sell just how powerful, moving and funny her show is: Sue Costellos charismatic performance is mesmerizing as you march with her through her teenageyears on the Dorchester streets through her life in New York and Hollywood. -Colin Quinn Sues show was amazing, hilarious, dark and brutally honest, Run dont walk to the theatre!- Molly Shannon Actress Kristen Johnston said, "I left this show seething with jealousy and completely dazzled by Sue Costello's brilliant and agonizingly funny portrait of a young girl's youth. It's an incredible story of survival, and the performance of a lifetime. I can't wait to see it again." "Sue Costello is an incredible talent I LOVED this show!" -Patricia Clarkson. Local Boston papers aren't simply championing a home-town girl, but heralding a major comedic and playwriting talent: The Boston Metro said "Not many people have the charisma, stamina, or the anecdotes to sustain a one and half hour show alone, Sue Costello does it sans props, costumes or music in the play." The Boston Herald called the show "Powerful- Thanks to Costello's frank charisma and her ability to mingle humor with tragedy... It's the flip-side of Costello's stand up act- too brutal and frank to be disposable as a night of jokes" The Patriot Ledger mused that, "Costello rivets the audience with a comic's gift for delivery and wit and an actress' skill with emotion." Kevin Nealon commented, "Great characters, great writing and hilarious delivery. She is the next Whoopi."

Jan-20-18 08:00 PM BLANK! THE MUSICAL The show can't go on without you. Experience the magic of Broadway like never before at BLANK! THE MUSICAL, an astonishing and hysterical next-generation theatrical sensation. Each night, a talented ensemble takes to the stage—with no script, no rehearsal, and no idea what will happen—to perform a brand-new smash hit musical... that you help to create! Learn more at blankthemusical.com
Jan-20-18 08:30 PM Broadway Comedy Club Presents Jon Fisch, Broadway Comedy Club Presents
Jan-20-18 09:00 PM BROADWAY COMEDY CLUB - ALL STAR COMEDY, Times Square NYC Discount tickets $25 at the door$10 discount tickets here via EventBrite There is a two drink minimum per guest. Food menu also available LIVE COMEDY SEVEN NIGHTS / WEEK at 9pm Broadway Comedy Club presents a lineup full of our Top Headliners. These are the best comedians from New York City with special guests from all across the country. You've seen them on MTV, HBO, The Tonight Show, Comedy Central, The Daily Show, Last Comic Standing and more!  PREFER IMPROV COMEDY? CLICK HERE Double Check line-ups at https://www.broadwaycomedyclub.com/calendar WEDNESDAY 9/20 Wali Collins (Letterman, Conan, Comedy Central) Josh Rabinowitz (Comedy Central, TruTV) Jimmy Martinez (Centric. BET) THURSDAY 9/21 Nore Davis (Amy Schumer Show, Comedy Central, MTV. Russell Simmon’s The Ruckus) Calise Hawkins (Star of TV hit “Funny Girls” Comedy Central, FOX, FX, Nick) David Suarez Mark Demayo Aaron Berg Anthony Devito FRIDAY 9/22 David Suarez Ryan Reiss Dante Nero Mike Vecchione (Pictured on Last Comic Standing) SATURDAY 9/23 Sinck, Kenny Ortega, Monroe Martin, JP Justice SUNDAY 9/24 Curtis B Sterling brings you the best comedians in the NYC plus special guests from across the country and around the world. Come see our top headliners this Saturday night! You've seen them on Late Night TV, Laughs, Last Comic Standing and Comedy Central and more. MONDAY 9/25 Mike Somerville (Letterman) Corey Kahaney –(Colbert, Letterman, Ferguson, Showtime, HBO, Comic’s Unleashed, NICKMOM) Dustin Chafin (HBO, Uncensored Comedy, Showtime, CMT) James Hancock (Resident comic, TheIndustryroom.com Show, named best comic, NYC Summer Comedy Fest) IMPROV COMEDY Saturdays 3pm Al Martin’s name is synonymous with comedy in New York City, and is responsible for launching the careers of many top comedians working today. Martin’s first venture in the comedy club business was in 1988 when he established the New York Comedy Club out of a need to help and showcase talented comedians. An accomplished comedian himself, Al was a National Headliner with numerous television credits such as The Joan Rivers Show, Geraldo and Evening At The Improv. Al was always more than just a comedian; he was an activist for the comedy community serving as Vice President of the Professional Comedians Association, and was instrumental in the organization dedicated to bringing health insurance and improving working conditions for comics. Although performing was a love for Martin he found his niche as a comedy club owner. He soon found himself helping his fellow comedians that he had once worked beside. Sarah Silverman, Lisa Lampanelli, Brett Butler, Tracy Morgan and Wanda Sykes are just a few comedians who have graced his stages over the years. New York Comedy Club became the first comedy club with two showrooms in 1997. Al was one of the first club owners to embrace diversity in the comedy world by establishing the first Latino Comedy Night at New York Comedy Club. He’s also facilitated and welcomed to his stage shows featuring gay, urban and Asian communities. In 2000 Martin opened New York Comedy Club in Boca Raton, which he ran successfully until late 2006. With the success of two clubs Al decided to expand his brand and in 2003 opened Broadway Comedy Club, located in the heart of Times Square. Martin again took a risk in opening Broadway Comedy, the only bi- level entertainment complex with three showrooms in NYC, serving over 600 comedy lovers from around the world nightly. In 2005 he partnered with Barry Katz, executive producer of NBC’s Last Comic Standing to run Boston Comedy Club, giving Martin the bragging rights to being the first person to run three comedy clubs in New York City. In the Summer of 2012 Martin expanded his comedy ventures into Greenwich Village, in New York City with the opening of Greenwich Village Comedy Club, from day one the club has been filled every night with a lively downtown crowd and top comedians making them laugh! Martin’s clubs attract comedy fans from around the world including some of the biggest celebrities from Jay-Z & Beyonce, Andre Aggasi, Jimmy Fallon, Montel Williams, and Harry Connick Jr. On stage or behind the scenes, Al Martin will go down in history as the King of New York Comedy. Martin is a brilliant thinker and innovator of his time, and has made New York City the World’s Capital of Comedy.
Jan-20-18 11:00 PM Broadway Comedy Club Presents Ronnie Wilkerson
Jan-21-18 10:00 AM Coffee Donuts and Improv Adult Comedy Class Manhattan NYC Walt Frasier presents his Improv Comedy Workshop that is similar to his Corproate Team Building programs. Fun Networking, great couples activity, learn valuable life skills while playing fun games.  And did we mention we will be serving caffiene and carbs. Bring your team to the Broadway Comedy Club for a Imprrov Team Building Session. We have Breakfast, lunch and happy hour menus or just do the workshop and grab food eslewhere. Bring this workshop to your next corporate event or private party. Past clients include JP Morgan Chase, Twitter, Morgan Stanley, Louis Vuitton, Coach, Home Depot, GM, Kraft, AMEX, Master Card, Ernst & Young, BDO, BING/Microsoft, US Gov, and 100s more smaller firms. Even a number of private Birthday parties have found Improv a different way to celebrate and play.  Walt Frasier, a NYC based artist, has a diverse performance career that now include costar roles on TV (CBS Blue Bloods, USA Royal Pains, NETFLIX Lilyhammer, NICK Naked Brothers Band) and Sketch comedy bits on CBS’s Late Night with David Letterman (9 episodes 2006-2007) and TruTV’s Friends of the People (2016).  In 2002 he co-founded the Comedy Troupe, EIGHT IS NEVER ENOUGH which still performs weekly in Times Square and tours nationwide to colleges, events and K-12 Outreach. Mostly known today for his Improv Comedy, Frasier still sings weekly in churches and previously has performed in Operas (Bronx Opera, Riverside Opera, Amalfi Festival) and Musicals (Fiddler – Gateway Playhouse, Scarlet Pimpernel – 2nd Nat’l tour, NYC Fringe Festivals). Favorite past roles include Rodolfo (La Boheme), Henry VIII (Man for All Seasons), Harold Hill (Music Man), The Prince (Student Prince). Most fun on set to date must be working with Stevie Van Zandt in Norway on the Lilyhammer series finally written and directed by icon from the E Street Band. But a close second was filming Royal Pains in Puerto Rico. Walter may be most recognizable for his role in two commercials as Dr. Oz’s Fat Pants, which was later discussed on David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel and Pierce Morgan. However, Walt Frasier is always most at home performing live. When in town, Walter can be found weekly at the Broadway Comedy Club for 3pm Show. RSVP for tickets eightimprov@gmail.com
Jan-21-18 09:00 PM BROADWAY COMEDY CLUB - ALL STAR COMEDY, Times Square NYC Discount tickets $25 at the door$10 discount tickets here via EventBrite There is a two drink minimum per guest. Food menu also available LIVE COMEDY SEVEN NIGHTS / WEEK at 9pm Broadway Comedy Club presents a lineup full of our Top Headliners. These are the best comedians from New York City with special guests from all across the country. You've seen them on MTV, HBO, The Tonight Show, Comedy Central, The Daily Show, Last Comic Standing and more!  PREFER IMPROV COMEDY? CLICK HERE Double Check line-ups at https://www.broadwaycomedyclub.com/calendar WEDNESDAY 9/20 Wali Collins (Letterman, Conan, Comedy Central) Josh Rabinowitz (Comedy Central, TruTV) Jimmy Martinez (Centric. BET) THURSDAY 9/21 Nore Davis (Amy Schumer Show, Comedy Central, MTV. Russell Simmon’s The Ruckus) Calise Hawkins (Star of TV hit “Funny Girls” Comedy Central, FOX, FX, Nick) David Suarez Mark Demayo Aaron Berg Anthony Devito FRIDAY 9/22 David Suarez Ryan Reiss Dante Nero Mike Vecchione (Pictured on Last Comic Standing) SATURDAY 9/23 Sinck, Kenny Ortega, Monroe Martin, JP Justice SUNDAY 9/24 Curtis B Sterling brings you the best comedians in the NYC plus special guests from across the country and around the world. Come see our top headliners this Saturday night! You've seen them on Late Night TV, Laughs, Last Comic Standing and Comedy Central and more. MONDAY 9/25 Mike Somerville (Letterman) Corey Kahaney –(Colbert, Letterman, Ferguson, Showtime, HBO, Comic’s Unleashed, NICKMOM) Dustin Chafin (HBO, Uncensored Comedy, Showtime, CMT) James Hancock (Resident comic, TheIndustryroom.com Show, named best comic, NYC Summer Comedy Fest) IMPROV COMEDY Saturdays 3pm Al Martin’s name is synonymous with comedy in New York City, and is responsible for launching the careers of many top comedians working today. Martin’s first venture in the comedy club business was in 1988 when he established the New York Comedy Club out of a need to help and showcase talented comedians. An accomplished comedian himself, Al was a National Headliner with numerous television credits such as The Joan Rivers Show, Geraldo and Evening At The Improv. Al was always more than just a comedian; he was an activist for the comedy community serving as Vice President of the Professional Comedians Association, and was instrumental in the organization dedicated to bringing health insurance and improving working conditions for comics. Although performing was a love for Martin he found his niche as a comedy club owner. He soon found himself helping his fellow comedians that he had once worked beside. Sarah Silverman, Lisa Lampanelli, Brett Butler, Tracy Morgan and Wanda Sykes are just a few comedians who have graced his stages over the years. New York Comedy Club became the first comedy club with two showrooms in 1997. Al was one of the first club owners to embrace diversity in the comedy world by establishing the first Latino Comedy Night at New York Comedy Club. He’s also facilitated and welcomed to his stage shows featuring gay, urban and Asian communities. In 2000 Martin opened New York Comedy Club in Boca Raton, which he ran successfully until late 2006. With the success of two clubs Al decided to expand his brand and in 2003 opened Broadway Comedy Club, located in the heart of Times Square. Martin again took a risk in opening Broadway Comedy, the only bi- level entertainment complex with three showrooms in NYC, serving over 600 comedy lovers from around the world nightly. In 2005 he partnered with Barry Katz, executive producer of NBC’s Last Comic Standing to run Boston Comedy Club, giving Martin the bragging rights to being the first person to run three comedy clubs in New York City. In the Summer of 2012 Martin expanded his comedy ventures into Greenwich Village, in New York City with the opening of Greenwich Village Comedy Club, from day one the club has been filled every night with a lively downtown crowd and top comedians making them laugh! Martin’s clubs attract comedy fans from around the world including some of the biggest celebrities from Jay-Z & Beyonce, Andre Aggasi, Jimmy Fallon, Montel Williams, and Harry Connick Jr. On stage or behind the scenes, Al Martin will go down in history as the King of New York Comedy. Martin is a brilliant thinker and innovator of his time, and has made New York City the World’s Capital of Comedy.