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2 Dope Girls will be performing at the Bell House as part of the New  York Comedy Festival

2 Dope Girls will be performing at the Bell House as part of the New York Comedy Festival

Multiple venues
November 6-12

The comedy world lost two giants last week, Dick Gregory and Jerry Lewis, but their legacies live on in the work of so many other comedians, some of whom you will find at the fourteenth annual New York Comedy Festival. Tickets are now on sale for the first batch of events, with more to be announced. In addition to the below highlights, there are also shows featuring Vir Das at BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, Impractical Jokers with the Tenderloins at Madison Square Garden, Jon Lovett at the Beacon, Brian Regan at Carnegie Hall, and Jo Koy, Tom Segura, Iliza, and Jim Norton at the Town Hall, as well as Second City pop-up improv classes (advance registration required here).

Monday, November 6
Hollywood Babble-on, with Kevin Smith and Ralph Garman, Carolines on Broadway, $32.75 - $108.50, 9:30

Monday, November 6
Tuesday, November 7

An Evening with Kevin Smith, Carolines on Broadway, $32.75 - $108.50, 7:00

Wednesday, November 8
Friday, November 10

Chris Hardwick, Carolines on Broadway, $41 - $117.25

Thursday, November 9
How Did This Get Made?, with Paul Scheer, Jason Mantzoukas, and June Diane Raphael, the Town Hall, $41, 7:00 & 9:45

Guys We F@#ked: The Experience, with Corinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson, BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, $32, 9:30

Friday, November 10
2 Dope Queens, with Phoebe Robinson and Jessica Williams, the Bell House, $15, 7:30 & 10:30

Ron White, Beacon Theatre, $43-$208, 8:00

Saturday, November 11
Nick Offerman: Full Bush, Beacon Theatre, $46-$78, 7:30

An Evening with Bill Maher, the Theater at Madison Square Garden, $46-$156, 8:00

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