This stand-up comedy showcase may not have a reputation for bringing in huge stars, but it's a good, low-pressure (read: free) option if you're in the neighborhood and looking to check out some new comics.
Seinfeld plays an open-ended residency at the Beacon Theatre.
The cast creates a scene based on secrets submitted anonymously by audience members.
This stand-up show is massively cheap ($5, with no drink minimum).
This (free!) weekly show already has brought in comics like Sean Patton, Judah Friedlander and Dave Hill.
Experience the East Village's comedic Japanese game show that's full of entertaining consequences for the losers.
Every Wednesday night, the improv comedy shows at The PIT are free to attend.
Previous editions of this stand-up comedy show have featured heavy hitters like Zach Galifianakis.
Magnet Theater improvisers turn anonymous confessions from audience members into comedy sketches.
Most of the marquee shows here focus on one performer, and you can choose whom you'd like to see far in advance.
Gotham hosts stand-up shows every night of the week.
Every night, comedians—some of whom you may recognize from TV—perform at this Gramercy club.
The legendary comedian and writer performs on stage at Radio City.