The ’90s queen of slacker comedy has become a regular on the NYC comedy circuit, but this headliner-length set at Brooklyn’s Union Hall is still a special treat.
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 show often draws big names like Amy Poehler, Horatio Sanz and others.
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.
From the looks of its first lineup, this weekly free show could be one to keep an eye on.
This monthly series brings sets from some of today's up-and-coming comedians.
Magnet Theater improvisers turn anonymous confessions from audience members into comedy sketches.
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.
Your favorite NPR stars and shows will be onstage at the Brooklyn Academy of Music for a four-day festival of live broadcasts and special events.