Comic Strip Live: Standup Comedy on New Year's Eve
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The last date listed for Comic Strip Live was Thursday December 31, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from IM2Hawaiian
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The show was outstanding!!! The comedians were hysterical my friends
& I were laughing so hard we cried!!! Our setup was great, table,
snacks, & of course the open bar. The free champagne to bring in the New Year was the icing on the cake! There were only two disorderly incidents but security was right on top of them & both were taken care of very discreetly & professionally. All in all we had a Spectacular time & can't wait for comic strip 2011 New Year!!! Thanks again for a great time.
Host Ray Ellin
Marina Franklin – Correspondent for “The Jay Leno Show,” NBC’s "Last
Comic Standing," Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend” and “Tough Crowd,” Oxygen’s “Girls Behaving Badly,” BBC’s “The World Stand’s Up”
JJ Ramirez – The Howard Stern Show, Galavision’s “Que Loco,” “Latin Legends of Comedy,” “Showtime at the Apollo”
Sherrod Small – VH1’s “Best Week Ever,” ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend,” AMC’s “Film Fakers,” NBC’s “Showtime at the Apollo” and “Today” show
Macio – Dave Chappelle’s “Half Baked”, “Confessions of an Addicted Mind”
About the Ticket Supplier: Comic Strip Live"When you are a kid starting out as a stand-up comic, you don't dream about the cover of Time magazine. You dream about the 9 o'clock spot on Saturday night at the Comic Strip." --Jerry Seinfeld, to Liz Smith of the New York Post
Comic Strip Live, the longest running stand-up comedy club in New York City, celebrates its 30-year anniversary. In those 30 years Jerry Seinfeld, Eddie Murphy, Adam Sandler, Chris Rock and just about every other super star comedian started their careers here. We host special events, fundraisers, comedy classes, network TV and movie shoots, singles nights, after-prom shows and the best New Year's Eve event in NYC. With all of this to our name and 30 years of good old fashioned New York comedy, we can proudly claim over 1 billion laughs served.
Jerry Seinfeld, Eddie Murphy, Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Ray Romano, Paul Reiser, George Wallace, Susie Essman, Judy Gold, Colin Quinn, Jim Breuer, Caroline Rhea, Damon Wayans, Dave Attell and Darrel Hammond are just a few of the many stars who began their illustrious careers at the Comic Strip.
"The most expertly booked club in the city. This showcase offers an eclectic mix of comedians every night of the week." --New York magazine