Last Thursday at the Gramercy Theatre during the New York Comedy Festival, Kill Tony hosts Tony Hinchcliffe and Brian Redban bent over New York City’s bottom-notch comedians into pillories for the love of roasting.
New York Comedy Festival
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The New York Comedy Festival was in full swing last week across New York City. Created in 2004, the festival is a 7-day affair featuring over 200 comedians, performing across the five boroughs.
This past Wednesday night on NYC’s Lower East Side a group of industry professionals and humanitarians crowded into the exhibition space on the 17th floor of the trendy Public Hotel. While drinking cocktails and enjoying hor d’oeuvres, the stylish crowd bid on an exclusive portrait series depicting some of New York’s most iconic comedians.
The whip-smart comedy duo Sorry About Last Night featuring comedians Corinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson of the infamous Guys We Fu@#ked: the Anti Slut-Shaming Podcast discuss changing paradigms, bestiality, and not being ashamed at the size of your nipples.
The New York Comedy Festival gave fans the opportunity to hone their comedic skills with a famed The Second City’s improv class.
On November 5th, The Knockturnal attended the stand up showcase Big Terrific at the BRIC Ballroom in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.
The 10th Annual Stand Up for Heroes—presented by the Bob Woodruff Foundation and the New York Comedy Festival—took the city by storm on November 1st at the Theater at Madison Square Garden. Featured comedians included: Louis C.K., Jim Gaffigan, Jerry Seinfeld, Bruce Springsteen, and Jon Stewart.
The 12th annual New York Comedy Festival kicked off on Tuesday, November 10. Among the many events held around the city was the Women in Comedy Panel, “Comedy Makers: Tales from the Dark Side,” at Caroline’s on Broadway.
A lot of laughs for one whole week