Upcoming Shows

  • Thursday August 22nd 07:30PM - il Posto
  • Mike Lebovitz (Last Comic Standing)
  • This show will take place at il Posto, 122 Washington St. Norwalk CT. Please arrive by 7:30 as it will be difficult to be seated after the show begins. Two item minimum.Mike Lebovitz irreverent bar-stool philosophy careens from topic to topic like a runaway freight train with some dubious couplings.  Audiences have described the experience as “spontaneous,” “joyful’ and “slightly terrifying.”Mike cut his teeth in Chicago (not as painful as it sounds), where he was a regular at Zanies Comedy Club, The Laugh Factory and Comedy Bar Chicago. He co-founded the popular showcase, Comedians You Should Know, which he brought to New York City in 2016.  It has since become the weekly go-to spot to see comedy legends and up-and-comers rock the same mic.Internationally, Mike has offended nostrils in Montreal as a "New Face" of the 2013 Just For Laughs, and he won The Montreux Comedy Festival competition in Switzerland. He’s been featured on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Comedy Central, and HBO’s The Deuce.  Look for his debut album, LEBO, in early 2019 on Stand Up Records.Headliner: Mike LebovitzFeaturing: Joe Gerics, Beecher, 
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  • Thursday November 14th 08:00PM - Wall Street Theater
  • Andrew Schulz LIVE at The Wall St. Theater
  • A native New Yorker and internationally touring stand-up comedian Andrew Schulz is known for his hilarious and unapologetic comedy. Schulz challenges conventional wisdom with a NYC tone that is often idiotic, at times brilliant, and always hysterical. He was 2018’s most viewed stand-up comedian on YouTube, amassing over 30 million views. His latest comedy special, Views From The Cis, has been viewed over 1 million times. Schulz’s debut comedy album 551 was #1 on Billboard, Apple Music, Spotify, iTunes, Google Play and Amazon Music. His two podcasts – The Brilliant Idiots and Flagrant 2 – receive over 400k listens per episode. He recently starred in the sitcom Benders, which is now on Netflix. He co-stars in the Hulu dramedy There's Johnny. He can also be seen in Amazon’s Sneaky Pete and the new season of HBO's Crashing. Schulz can be seen on the big screen in Whitney Cummings’ film The Female Brain. His soon-to-be-released films include: Write When You Get Work and Feast of Seven Fishes. While at MTV, Schulz starred in numerous shows for the network including Guy Code, Girl Code, Jobs That Don’t Suck and Uncommon Sense.
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