Keith Alberstadt, Adam Strauss, Teresa DeGaetano, Vincent James & more

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Keith Alberstadt, Adam Strauss, Teresa DeGaetano, Vincent James & more
Friday, September 14, 2018 9:00 PM
Tribeca Comedy Lounge, New York, NY
  • 16 & over
  • Two drink minimum
 
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Show Details
  • Ticket Price: $25.00
  • Door Time: 8:15 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.
Keith Alberstadt: For over a decade, Keith has been entertaining comedy fans all over the world -- club audiences in the U.S., expats in Asia, as well as U.S. troops in the Middle East. Simply put, his style of comedy is one that pulls
everyone in. Whether it's because of his sarcastic approach, his playful attitude, or his southern charm, Keith's comedy easily makes a lasting impression. 

Keith's credits include ... 
Late Show with David Letterman
Late Night with Seth Meyers
Last Comic Standing
Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update (freelance contributing writer)
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (freelance contributing writer)
Comics Unleashed
Eight comedy tours for the troops -- Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, and
throughout the Middle East
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