Comedian Barry Crimmins’ life and work in comedy and politics are the subject of a brand new documentary entitled “Call Me Lucky” directed by filmmaker and fellow comedian Bobcat Goldthwait. Crimmins is also personally responsible for the Boston comedy scene and the reason any Boston comic exists.
Comedian Todd Glass is one of the funniest most daring comic minds out there. Go see him perform. His book “The Todd Glass Situation” is published by Simon and Schuster.
We’re doing a live taping of the David Feldman Show at QED in Astoria, Queens. November 10th at 7:00 PM with Jackie The Jokeman, Frank Conniff and Esther Ku. For free tickets, hit the contact button. Give us your name, and email and we’ll put you on the list.
Plus Comedians Wendy Starling and Eddie Brill.
Over the years Jimmy has also been seen on such shows as “Comedy Bang Bang”, “@Midnight”, “Maron” and “Monk”. He hosted “National Lampoon’s Funny Money” for Game Show Network, four seasons of AMC’s “Movies at Our House,” and episodes of NBC’s “Late Friday”, VH1’s “The Surreal Life” and “The Playboy Morning Show”.
Jimmy has recorded three comedy albums: “Uno,” “Pompous Clown” and 2013’s “Sprezzatura,” which Entertainment Weekly named one of the 5 Best Stand-Up Albums of the year.
Pat Dixon is host of NYC Crime Report With Pat Dixon which covers New York’s most unusual crimes. He is also a stand-up comedian and journalist best known for his half hour special on Comedy Central. Also Comedian Erik Bransteen from Fox Laughs.
Three of the funniest people in the world. Frank Conniff’s birthday celebration continues with a surprise visit from Eddie Pepitone. Then Comedy Writer Jon Macks author of Monologue: What Makes America Laugh Before Bed. Jon Macks, a veteran writer for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, takes us behind the scenes of this world for an in-depth, colorful look at what really makes these hosts the arbiters of public opinion. From the opening monologue-what’s funny, what’s dangerous, what’s untouchable-to the best vs. worst guests, Macks covers the landscape of late-night comedy and punctuates the narrative with hysterical personal anecdotes, shining the spotlight on some of the very best late-night jokes. With an insider’s expertise and a laugh-out-loud voice, Macks explains how late-night TV redefines the news and events of any given day, reshapes public opinion, and even creates our national zeitgeist. Plus Gabriel Laks a Seattle born writer, director, editor, and graduate of NYU’s Tisch School Of The Arts. His work has been quoted in The New Yorker and featured in CollegeHumor, My Damn Channel, and Channel 101.
Judy Gold has written and starred in 2 critically acclaimed, long-running Off-Broadway hit shows: The Judy Show – My Life As A Sitcom, (New York Times critic’s pick) and 25 Questions for a Jewish Mother, which won the 2007 GLAAD award for OutstandingNew York Theater. Judy has guest starred on “Louie,” “The Jim Gaffigan Show,” “30 Rock,” “2 Broke Girls,” “The Big C” and “Sex & The City,” to name a few. She frequently appears on “The Wendy Williams Show” as well as co-hosting “The View.”
She has had stand-up specials on HBO (Cable Ace Award), Comedy Central and LOGO. Judy’s weekly podcast “Kill Me Now” has received accolades for her interviewing skills, and she is the host of the Funny People series at the 92nd Street Y. Judy recently co-starred in the Off-Broadway show, Clinton The Musical as Eleanor Roosevelt and Linda Tripp. Judy won two Emmy Awards for her work on “The Rosie O’Donnell Show.”