No Name Comedy / Variety Show to Celebrate 20th Anniversary at The United Palace Tonight
No Name co-founder Eric Vetter celebrates two decades of producing "NYC's Best Damn Comedy / Variety Show" with a special anniversary blowout at a special location - The United Palace in Washington Heights (175th & Broadway) - onWednesday, February 26th at 7:30pm.
Known for bringing a multicultural mix of comedy, music and fun to alternative performance spaces throughout Manhattan, Vetter brings some ofNo Name's best performers uptown, including former "Daily Show With Jon Stewart" correspondent Wyatt Cenac, comedian extraordinaire Christian Finnegan (TBS "Are We There Yet"), comic Liam McEneaney (Comedy Central's "Premium Blend") and author / storyteller Ophira Eisenberg (NPR's "Ask Me Another") for this inaugural visit to the venue.
Joining the festivities will be NN regulars, pundit / blogger and very funny lady Leighann Lord (Fox News "Strategy Room), author Michele Carlo (Fish Out Of Agua), and a surprise guest or two. No Name house band, The Summer Replacements, will be in full effect and yes, there'll be chips and cheap door prizes for some lucky audience folk.
$15.00 advance tickets ($25.00 at the door) can be purchased online at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe.c/9880577. For tickets and additional information, call (212) 568-6700 or go to: www.unitedpalacearts.org.
Located at 4140 Broadway at 175th St. in New York City, the United Palace is a classic, architecturally grand venue. Originally opened in 1930 as one of the five Loew's "Wonder Theatres", the Palace has been maintained by Rev. Ike and his church since 1969 and used as a rental facility. Since 2012 it has also housed the nonprofit United Palace of Cultural Arts, a unique, inter-cultural center for the arts.. Take the "A" subway, to 175th Street and walk one block east to Broadway. Performers subject to change. For more No Name info, contact (347) 885-3466/ NoNameNYC@hotmail.com.