Comedic Duo Henry & Stein Premiere New Comedy THE SHARK TANK FEEDER SHOW
The comedy duo, Henry & Stein, is bringing their new show, The Shark Tank Feeder Show, to The Broadway Comedy Club in mid-town Manhattan on Saturday, May 12 at 4:00 pm and Friday, June 1 at 6:00 pm.
The Shark Tank Feeder Show features contestants, both celebrities and ordinary folks alike, who pitch their half-baked inventions to YOU the audience to judge! Who will win a chance to pitch their product to the "real" sharks?! Only YOU can decide! Show disclaimer: All characters are played by Wayne Henry & Suzanne Stein, appropriate for ages 16 and over or 13+ with parents, there's a nearly 100% chance that none of the inventions will ever be featured on QVC.
Wayne Henry & Suzanne Stein are the creators and performers behind The Shark Tank Feeder Show. Long-time collaborator, Steven McElroy (Wayne Henry's Jaws: The Musical), directs. Both shows feature Guest Emcee Donna Vee (Caroline's, NY Comedy Club, East Village Comedy Club).
Performances take place at The Broadway Comedy Club - The Red Room, 318 West 53rd Street (btw 8th & 9th Avenues). Subways: C/E/1 to 50th Street, N/R/W to 49th Street. Tickets are $12 (cash only at door), plus a 2-drink minimum (cash or credit). Mother's get in for free on Mother's Day (May 13th).
Ticket reservations can be made at Reservations@HenryAndStein.com - Please include name, phone number, performance date, and number of tickets. You will receive a confirmation email within 24 hours. More info available at www.henryandstein.com/shark-tank-feeder-show-tickets.html
About Henry & Stein
With their uncanny impressions and outrageous yet endearing characters, Henry & Stein enjoyed a yearlong run at Rose's Turn of their critically acclaimed sketch comedy show "Remotely Controlled," directed by Collette Black. They have performed at Caroline's on Broadway, The Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, The Magnet, The PIT, Chicago City Limits, The Fringe Festival & a host of other comedy venues. The dynamic duo also host comedy shows and events simply as their "normal" selves, often working in their pairings of original characters. Most recently, they appeared at SketchFest at The PIT and have headlined several comedy benefit nights at Tierney's Tavern in Montclair, New Jersey, raising money for various local and national charities. www.HenryAndStein.com
Wayne Henry (Performer) has appeared in TV, Film, Off & Off-Off Broadway, regional productions, improv theaters, commercials, pop-up ads, and comedy clubs. Favorite plays include The Play About the Naked Guy (Off-Broadway/Emerging Artists Theatre), Tennessee Williams' The Strangest Kind of Romance (Provincetown Tennessee Williams Festival), In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel (directed by Everett Quinton), and his original stage shows Jaws: The Musical! and Petunia's Coffee House. His original material has been featured on Funny or Die and Wayne has had leading roles in commercials for Cumberland Farms and the party beer Natty Light. Wayne received his BA in Theatre Arts from Brandeis University and continues to study at Penny Templeton Studios. www.MrWayneHenry.com
Steven McElroy (Director) is the former artistic director of the New Ensemble Theater Company, where he directed several original plays as well as Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. He has also directed numerous plays with Emerging Artists Theater as well as many productions, workshops, and readings with several other New York based companies. Steven has also directed short works at the Universal Theater Festival in Provincetown and Wayne Henry's "Jaws: The Musical," at the Broadway Comedy Club.
Suzanne Stein (Performer) is a stand-up comedian, writer, actress and Mom who hails from the great garden state of New Jersey where she continues to reside with her family. She has performed at Caroline's, Broadway Comedy Club, Comic Strip Live, Upright Citizen's Brigade, Chicago City Limits and more. Suzanne has also appeared in JAWS: The Musical (with Wayne Henry), The Manhattan Monologue Slam, You're Not Good Enough, and numerous fundraisers. www.SuzanneSteinComedy.com