Spiegelworld presents The Gazillionaire Show Raunchy Comedy and Variety Show
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The last date listed for The Gazillionaire Show was Monday September 17, 2007 / 10:00pm.
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- Full Price:
- $15.00 - $20.00
- Our Price:
- COMP - $10.00
The best comedians in New York City are the best comedians in the world -- and you can catch their acts live at The Stand Restaurant & Comedy Club. Featuring performers seen on The Tonight Show, Letterman, Comedy Central, HBO, Showtime and more, the Gramercy venue is committed to showcasing the best in modern comedy, from well-known stars to the newest and hottest names on the scene. The bar serves unique and delicious cocktails, and there's no drink minimum. If you want to make a night of it, make dinner reservations before or after the show at the adjacent restaurant, which is run by executive chef Seth Levine. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from kaylynn Raschke
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What a waste of a nice stage. Common, let's get a little creative, is pulling on your crotch and inviting your freinds with no talent going to further your career. Get a writer, a directer and don't waste our time. We came to see you, you disapointed us.
Quotes & Highlights
“The funniest host I’ve ever seen in my life! The Gazillionaire is to Don Rickles what Jolt Cola is to Coke.” —NYTheatre.com
“The Gazillionaire was my favorite” —Paper.com
“93% of the audience are convulsed, and 10% are livid and completely offended.” —NYTheatre.com
The Gazillionaire Show is a raunchy, improvised, late-night talk show with comedy, music and unique acts—hosted by the filthiest rich man in Hollywood! Featuring special guests galore, dancing girls, live music and a post-show concert by gypsy punk band Fish Circus.
The Gazillionaire Show was created by former Cirque du Soleil clown Voki Kalfayan. Voki has performed in circuses and theatres around the world for the past 15 years. From Ringling Brothers Circus in the United States to the Wallendas Circus in Japan, from Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre to cabarets in The Edinburgh Fringe, he has challenged the borders of comedy and the boundaries of acceptability.