Where to Be Funny

Rice, B.L.
May 2004
Back Stage;5/28/2004, Vol. 45 Issue 22, p28
Trade Publication
This article provides a list of comedy clubs in New York City that also includes cabaret spaces that feature comedy. Certain spaces have open mic nights; others hook only professional, self-contained acts. For those wishing to perform, check with that particular venue's booking manager. Performers should look at the club's shows to see what type of acts are featured rather than mailing at random. Ask the host of a show how to be booked. Many of the shows may be only renting the space, so the booking person may be at a different telephone number.


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