Harrison Greenbaum, Adam Strauss, Vicky Kuperman, Kevin Dombrowski & more

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Harrison Greenbaum, Adam Strauss, Vicky Kuperman, Kevin Dombrowski & more
Friday, August 25, 2017 10:30 PM
Tribeca Comedy Lounge, New York, NY
  • 16 & over
  • Two drink minimum
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Show Details
  • Ticket Price: $25.00
  • Door Time: 10:00 PM
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Restrictions: 16 & over
    Two drink minimum
In addition to the listed comics, 3-4 more comics will also perform. Some you may have heard of from TV or Netflix specials, others may be new to you, but all are hilarious, seasoned professionals.
Harrison Greenbaum:

Described by TimeOut NY and the NY Daily News as "the hardest-working man in comedy," Harrison Greenbaum is one of the most in-demand comedians in the country, "a favorite young star on the comedy scene" (New York Times), and “one of stand-up's hottest rising stars” (am New York). Featured on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, AXS.TV’s Gotham Comedy Live, National Geographic Channel’s Brain Games, and the warm-up comic for ABC’s Katie, Harrison is one of Comedy Central’s “Comics to Watch” and the winner of the Andy Kaufman Award for originality and creativity in comedy.  Headlining around the country and showcasing his unique style of comedy, Harrison proves each night why publications such as Newsday have named him one of “today’s best.”

Adam Strauss:
Adam Strauss’s work has been called many things, mostly adjectives. He won the New York Fringe Festival's Overall Excellence Award for Solo Performance and the Leffe Beer Craft Your Character storytelling competition. He's lost too many things to mention here. The New York Times said* he "mines a great deal of laughter" and Time Out New York called his solo show The Mushroom Cure "a true-life tour de force" and named it a Critics' Pick. He can be conveniently stalked at www.adamstrauss.com.
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*technically, wrote**
** technically, the Times didn't say or write anything, as it's not a sentient entity. It was actually a writer employed*** by the Times.

*** or, possibly, a freelancer