SNL's Vanessa Bayer, Jake & Amir & More Join New York Comedy Festival Lineup at STAGE 72
Saturday Night Live cast member Vanessa Bayer, College Humor's Jake & Amir and comedian Julian McCullough have been added to the New York Comedy Festival lineup next month at STAGE 72 (158 West 72nd Street). They will join comedian and Chelsea Lately regular Dan Levy on November 9 as a part of Baby Talk, a hilarious new live show built around Levy's quest to avoid scarring his new son's fragile psyche.
From November 8-10 the New York Comedy Festival will present three exciting and hilarious shows at STAGE 72 which will also feature comedy, TV star and author Richard Belzer, celebrated comedy writer of stage and screen Alan Zweibel, and comedy writers Bill Scheft from The Late Show with David Letterman, JR Havlan from The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and Chris Henchy from Funny or Die. Tickets are $20-$25 and can be purchased online at www.NYComedyFestival.com.
On Friday, November 8 at 7pm Richard Belzer - the quintessential New York comic's comic and everyone's favorite conspiracy theorist - steps into the spotlight at Stage 72 for the New York Comedy Festival to play host to BELZER'S BEST BETS, presenting three of the city's very best young comedians. The Belz has seen 'em all and for this very special show he's picked his very best bets from among the New York comedy scene to proudly present stand-up stand-outs Giulio Gallarotti, Robyn Schall and Gary Vider in a hilarious night of can't-miss, must-see stand-up.
On Saturday, November 9 at 7pm comedian, Chelsea Lately regular and new father Dan Levy will host Baby Talk, a hilarious new live show built around Levy's quest to avoid scarring his new son's fragile psyche. Featuring SNL's Vanessa Bayer, College Humor's Jake & Amir and comedian Julian McCullough, for each show, the funniest names in comedy come together with the cutest faces in childhood to teach Dan what it takes to be a cool dad, even if he wasn't that cool in the first place. Each comedian will perform stand-up, only to all come together at the end, to sit at a round table and interview a child, somewhere between the ages 5-9 years old. Baby Talk has something for everyone, especially people who have kids, people thinking of having kids, and people who have been kids (so yea, everyone).