Comedians Jay Oakerson, Tony Woods and Ardie Fuqua at EastVille Comedy Club
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The last date listed for Comedians Jay Oakerson and Ardie Fuqua was Saturday October 3, 2009 / 11:00pm.
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EastVille Comedy Club, located in the heart of Manhattan's East Village, prides itself on featuring the funniest and most experienced comics in the biz for a sure-fire night of laughs. The 125-seat retro club regularly hosts comedians seen in film and on television's Comedy Central, HBO, The Tonight Show and Late Show with David Letterman. Janeane Garofalo, Judah Friedlander, Jim Gaffigan and Todd Barry are among the top comics who've recently played the EastVille. This offer allows you to buy now and choose any available Thursday through Sunday show time, so long as you reserve in advance. Learn More
After a series of dead-end jobs like driving around strippers and escorts, Jay Oakerson’s story-based brand of stand-up won him the Salem Orb-E Future Faces Competition (the comedy portion, that is), and he was given the chance to perform at New York City’s noted comedy club “Carolines on Broadway.” From there, the Queens resident has made comedy his full-time job, flooring audiences with anecdotal bits about ultra-macho frat boys or being too fat for karate.
Aside from regular stand-up gigs, Oakerson is currently a writing consultant and star on the IFC show Z-Rock where he plays “Neil”, the sexually questionable owner of a NYC rock club. Jay has also co-hosted Spike TV’s “Movies on Tap.” This comes after a recent spot on Dave Attell’s “Insomniac Tour” and working as a writer for “Chappelle’s Show.” Keep an eye out for Jay Oakerson’s half-hour special on Comedy Central.
While attending Rutgers University as a Journalism major, Ardie Fuqua ventured to New York City’s Uptown Comedy Club in Harlem. There he watched a lot of young guys getting laughs and thought it looked like a lot of fun, he had no idea you could make a living from it. After working just one year in comedy, he became a regular at the Boston Comedy Club, Gotham Comedy and Carolines. Since then he’s been seen on NBC’s Friday Night Videos and HBO’s Def Comedy Jam and Apollo Comedy Hour.