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Wed 4/20: Gaylarious, The LGBT Stand Up Comedy Show "420 Edition"

  • Broadway Comedy Club 318 W 53rd St New York, NY 10019 usa (map)

Gaylarious, The LGBT Stand Up Comedy Show

7:30 door, 8pm show

Broadway Comedy Club, 318 W 53rd St

Wednesday 4/20: “420 Edition”

Special Offer: only $15 with code "HUGH" (reg. $20 in advance, $27 at the door) + 2 drink minimum during the show (Valid for online sales only, not valid on prior sale or in combination with other offers)


Each edition of Gaylarious: The LGBT Stand Up Comedy Show bring you the NYC's funniest LGBT and LGBT friendly comedians. You'll have a gay ole' time with a line-up of hysterical comics designed to have you laughing and celebrating Gay funny bones.  Each show features giveaways including theater tickets and gifts from our sponsors.

LINEUP for 4/20:


Joanne Filan (MC) "Joanne Filan has been making me laugh for years.  She is an amazing writer and an incredible performer.  It is always fun to watch her perform because of her originality and likeability." -Jessica Kirson, Comedian-The Tonight Show, Last Comic Standing, LOGO

Michelle Slonim performs regularly at clubs throughout New York City and has appeared on web-shows for Comedy Central and HBO and has been on SiriusXM Radio.

Adam Chisnall has performed at all the major clubs here in NYC. He is an emcee for Broadway's Next Hit Musical, a music improv group that travels around the USA. He has appeared in Old Jews Telling Jokes in South Florida and was off-Broadway in The Jackie Mason Musical. Adam has studied with Second City in Chicago.

Jeffrey Lawrence is a regular in NYC’s Laughter in the Park, and has his own show at the Stand Comedy Club. Festivals he has participated in include The NY Comedy Festival, The NY Underground Comedy Festival, March Madness at Caroline’s, and the Laughing Devil Comedy Festival. He has headlined internationally in numerous cities including Buenos Aires, Barcelona, Berlin, Goa, India, and the Greek Islands. After beginning his entertainment career as a rock singer, Jeff migrated to the stage playing Ernest Hemingway in the musical Scott and Zelda at the Wings Theater in NYC. He is openly gay, single, and happy to tell you he doesn't have time to look for a partner.

Jon Fisch has appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman, has been featured in Maxim Magazine, and was the host of the widely popular podcast, “In the Tank”. A prolific monologist with universal appeal, Jon focuses on the idiosyncrasies of city living. Shortly after moving to NYC from his native Boston, he was chosen as one of Comedy Central’s Fresh Faces of Comedy and named one of Backstage Magazine’s 10 Standout Stand-ups.

Rick Crom is an award-winning American actor, singer, comedian, lyricist, and composer. He has appeared in numerous television shows and specials, Broadway and off-Broadway musicals, as well as written several off-Broadway revues, and has 3 times been nominated for the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Lyrics. He wrote the book, music, and lyrics for NEWSical, and received his first Drama Desk nomination for Outstanding Lyrics, with NEWSical picking up a nomination for Outstanding Review.