Valentine’s Day is going to be busy!!! Due to high demand, the Broadway Comedy Club has added shows for the most romantic day of the year. Comedy Shows are great destinations for couple as well as groups of singles that wish to mock the special day.
TONIGHT’s SHOWS (Saturday 2/13) ALREADY SOLD OUT.
BUY NOW FOR VALENTINE’S DAY (Sunday 2/14)
- ALL-STAR STAND-UP COMEDY CALENDAR SUNDAY 8, 9, 10, 11pm shows
- IMPROV COMEDY CALENDAR 6pm SUNDAY Improv Happy Hour
- Click above links, select date and click on the time of the show you wish to attend. THEN select the discount ticket options in BLUE
- Scroll down for Sunday February 14 line-ups
VALENTINE’S DAY COMEDY SHOWS
BROADWAY COMEDY CLUB NYC
6pm Happy Hour Improv in the RED ROOM
3-4 NYC Improv Teams, Drink Specials (1-drink minimum)
CLICK HERE for DISCOUNT TICKETS
ADDED SHOWS at 8 & 10pm in the RED ROOM. (70 seats).
9 & 11pm shows nightly in the MAIN ROOM (160 seats)
ARRIVE EARLY (at least 30 minutes prior to schedule showtimes).
Shows will be sold out. Tickets will not be available at the door.
THERE IS A TWO DRINK MINIMUM PER GUEST
EXPRESS DISCOUNT TICKET LINKS
8pm in the RED ROOM CLICK HERE for DISCOUNT TICKETS
9pm in the MAIN ROOM CLICK HERE for DISCOUNT TICKETS
10pm in the RED ROOM CLICK HERE for DISCOUNT TICKETS
11pm in the MAIN ROOM CLICK HERE for DISCOUNT TICKETS
LINE-UPS Subject to change. But we have an a amazing show planed for all four performances. And we have special guest dropping in all the time!!!
“Intelligently silly!” – BlogTalkRadio
Comedy Fans the world over have taken notice of Kevin Bartini’s cutting edge, quick witted biting sense of humor. Kevin’s act is an ever changing mix of personal and often embarrassing stories, political humor, observational humor and improvisation. After ten years honing his skills in New York City, Kevin has become one of the brightest new stars on the comedy landscape.
Kevin’s easygoing likeable persona combined with lightning fast improvisational skills make him one of the most sought after audience warm up comics in the television industry. Currently Kevin can be seen warming up the audience at The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and The Colbert Report on Comedy Central. He has also worked for two seasons as an audience warm-up comic for Who Wants To Be a Millionaire.
Movie fans and comedy fans may best know Kevin as the creator and star of The Movie Preview Review Podcast. On each episode Kevin reviews a new release after having only seen the movie’s previews. The MPR Podcast has become a viral sensation attracting a worldwide fan base. Kevin has also appeared on television on Discovery Channels Cash Cab, The Game Show Network’s Newlywed Game and NBC’s Saturday Night Live.
Kevin got his start in theater working with the likes of The Williamstown Theater Company, Barrington Stage Company and Shakespeare and Company. He garnered rave reviews starring in the national tour as Jeff Kahn in You Say Tomato I Say Shut Up.
Besides being a very popular comedian Kevin is a sought after comedy writing. HBO Sports hired Kevin to write a sports themed sketch series titled Got No Game. This popular multi episode series was a hit on HBO Sports’ web page and eventually on HBO’s main web page as well. He has also contributed to such varied programs as MSNBC’s Countdown with Keith Olbermann, Fox News’ Red Eye and Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham. Kevin’s comedy writing has been featured numerous times on top radio programs including The Bob and Tom Show, Comical Radio, and On-Air with Ryan Seacrest.
Born in a doublewide trailer in Kilgore, Texas; son of a used-car salesman and a beautiful and wild hippy child; grandson of Choctaw Native Americans: Dustin Chafin is both Cowboy and Indian.
Dustin set foot in the boxing ring at the young age of five. Full of fight and fury, he quickly won golden gloves. As a young man, Dustin’s path took a turn towards the spiritual, and led him to the mountains of Chile where he worked as a missionary for many years. After developing a love and deep appreciation for people and their experiences, Dustin followed his calling from the Chilean forests to the tall buildings and crazy streets of New York City. There he found his true passion, culminating his experience of peoples and their voices and the fight of the ring: stand-up.
Since Chafin first grasped the microphone, he has been very busy. He has been featured in the New York Underground Comedy Festival, where he was honored by The Bill Hicks Tribute show at the Laugh Factory. Dustin has also been featured in the Chicago and Las Vegas comedy festivals where he won “Best of Fest.” He headlines regularly at premiere New York City venues such as Caroline’s on Broadway, Comic Strip Live, Broadway Comedy Club and Standup NY. He is the creator of “Uncensored Comedy,” a critically acclaimed show that runs weekends in New York City and a nationwide tour. Chafin has toured with the USO to perform in Korea, Japan, Africa, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan. He has been a staff writer for the Sci-Fi Channel, and contributing writer for The Chris Rock Show, Dennis Miller Live, Chappelle’s Show, and Blue Collar TV. Dustin is a regular on Sirius and XM Satellite Radio—he has been featured on Jim Breuer Unleashed, One Hour special Southern Discomfort on Raw Dog on Sirius, Court TV Radio, Blue Collar Radio and Howard Stern radio, Howard Demand and on National Lampoon TV on Demand. He was also featured on ABC’s special coverage of the New York Comedy Festival. Dustin brought down the house on Showtime’s White Boyz in the Hood. Dustin is also a writer, producer for United Stations Radio their comedy segments reach over a hundred radio affiliates across the U.S and Canada.
For 20 years Costaki has been living his dream as a full-time stand up comic. He has written jokes for Bette Middler, Jay Leno, MTV and BET. You may have seen him on Showtime, or heard him on Sirius, but you probably know him best from his regular appearances on the nationally syndicated Bob & Tom Radio Show.
Comedian Teddy Smith started his comedy career from a dream he had. He was lost, didn’t know where to go in his career or his life. That night he asked himself, “What am I supposed to do?” That very same night he had a dream he was on stage performing in front of a sold out crowd. He knew he couldn’t sing, but he could make people laugh. A week later he signed up for an open mic, and a few months later won the Washington, DC, Comedy Competition.
After two years of plugging away at it, Teddy felt it was time he set his sights on his next challenge: New York City, “The City That Never Sleeps”. Teddy learned fast that story was a falsehood. Whoever came up with that one obviously never rode the NYC subways at four in the morning, because people were sleeping all the time. Maybe they missed the meeting.
Teddy Smith took his talents to the world famous Apollo Theatre and got a standing ovation. That lead to a big gig at the Tropicana Casino in Atlantic City opening for the Isley Brothers and Teddy Pendergrass. Then he traveled overseas to do a television show called the Comedy Factor and a month tour in Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
Teddy has done the famous Aspen Comedy Festival were he was named among the “Comics to Look Out For in the Future”. Teddy tours all up and down the east coast, headlining the Paramount Theater in Huntington Long Island, Theater Three in Port Jefferson, The Smithtown Performing Art Theater. He appeared in the movie Umbrellas Kill, and has appeared on Live At Gotham, Comedy Central, Comic View, Showtime, Jay Leno’s Tonight Show Website, The Gordon Elliot Show with Jackie Mason. Teddy covers topics from divorce, family, kids, race and social issues.
Teddy Smith currently lives in New York City.