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’s Chelsea Lately, Comedy Central Half Hour), Leah Bonnema (VH1, We TV’s Cinematherapy, Logo, Opie & Anthony’s Virus Channel), Jared Freid, Kate Hendricks, Brian Parise, and Molly Austin performing at UCB East hosted by Kara Klenk (Comedy Central, Spike, Nickelodeon): If You Build It [TOP PICK] pm ($5): Superb improvisors Katie Hartman, David Carl, Jon Bander, Morgan Philips, and more make up theatrical scenes at The PIT upstairs theatre for this weekly show produced by Sarah Nowak (The Baldwins): People Improvising [TOP PICK] ish pm ($5): Sasheer Zamata, Julio Torres, Nick Turner, Mary Houlihan, Nathan Min, Edy Modica, and Pay Byne performing stand-up or sketch at Brooklyn’s Shea Stadium (20 Meadow Street) hosted by Brett Davis & Sally Burtnick: The Macaulay Culkin Show pm ($8): Kevin Avery (staff writer for HBO’s Last Week With John Oliver) and Boris Khaykin (Broad City, North Coast) performing stand-up at Brooklyn’s Union Hall hosted by Rob Cantrell (Last Comic Standing, Comedy Central, HBO, VHI, FX’s Totally Biased, documentary Metaphysical Graffiti, High Times): Keep It Surreal pm & pm ($15; no min.): Stand-ups performing at The Stand Comedy Club (239 Third Avenue off 20th Street): The Stand Sunday pm ($10): NYC stand-ups performing for this weekly show at Brooklyn’s The Experiment Comedy Gallery (20 Broadway) hosted by Ryan Schutt: Day of Jest pm ($5): Sharp improvisors make up scenes on a rug at Brooklyn’s The Annoyance Theatre (367 Bedford Avenue; take J/M/Z to Marcy Avenue or L to Lorimer Street): The Rug Show [TOP PICK] pm ($10): Duo improv from Louis Kornfeld & Rick Andrews at The Magnet theatre: Kornfeld & Andrews pm ($7): Typically solid stand-ups perform at Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory (361 Metropolitan Avenue) hosted by Will Miles, Clark Jones, and/or Kenny De Forest: Comedy Night at the Knit [FREE] pm: NYC stand-ups performing at Astoria Queens comedy venue QED: A Place to Show & Tell (27-16 23rd Avenue) hosted by Tom Cassidy & Matt Pavich: Have Fun [TOP PICK] pm ($5): Superb improvisors Dana Krashin, Adrian Sexton, and more make up scenes, commercials, songs, and more based on what’s currently trending on social media at The PIT upstairs theatre hosted by Rory Scholl: #Trending: A Short Form Show for Short Attention Spans [FREE] pm: An improv jam celebrating diversity in comedy that lets audience members—whose names are drawn from a bucket—perform with sharp improv/sketch group Astronomy Club (which includes Keisha Zollar and Jonathan Braylock) at the UCB East theatre: Diversity Improv Jam [FREE] pm: An unusually early walk-in open-mic stand-up show (put your name in the bucket, drawings every half hour), providing 4 minutes per comic at The Creek downstairs lounge in Queens’ LIC (10-93 Jackson Avenue): Intestinal Fortitude [FREE] pm: Walk-in stand-up lottery style open mic that provides 4 minutes per comic at Astoria Queens comedy venue QED: A Place to Show & Tell (27-16 23rd Avenue) hosted by Andrea Shapiro & Chris Gersbeck: Bunk Bed Time Open Mic [ALMOST FREE] pm ($1): Sign up at pm to do improv with experienced PIT performers at The PIT downstairs lounge hosted by Sasha Capelli, Eitan Levine, and Shaina Stigler: 10K Jam Jam ish pm (no cover, 1 drink min.): Weekly open mic stand-up, with comics selected from names tossed into a bucket starting at pm, at Brooklyn’s Legion Bar (790 Metropolitan Avenue) hosted by Aaron Glaser, Irene Hartmann, and/or Carlos Delgado: Sunday Open Mic [FREE] ish pm: If you feel like stretching beyond stand-up, this lottery-style walk-in open mic (sign-up starts at pm) is for singers, songwriters, musicians, poets, actors, and spoken word artists, with a whopping 7 minutes per performer, at Astoria Queens comedy venue QED: A Place to Show & Tell (27-16 23rd Avenue) hosted by Mickey Zetts (The Ickles): Words and Music Open Mic Night pm ($3): Open-mic comedy, with 3-5 minutes per walk-in performer who signs up (first come, first serve) at The PIT downstairs lounge, hosted by Will Neville: Amateur Night At The Gemini [FREE] pm: An open-mic stand-up show (sign up is at pm) providing 5 minutes for each comic whose name is pulled from the bucket at The Creek upstairs theatre in Queens’ LIC (10-93 Jackson Avenue) hosted by Ian Kitchen: The Grandstand [FREE] pm: The only open-stage show for entire groups of improvisors and sketch comics, running weekly at UCB East hosted by Austin Rodrigues: Bring Your Own Team: Improv/Sketch Team Jam For tomorrow’s top comedy picks, please click here.
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