Fall Comedy Shows

Get your laughs on with these other celebrated comedians hitting the county this season

JB Smoove 

After stealing scenes on HBO’s hit show Curb Your Enthusiasm, Smoove has returned to the standup stage that made him a star. The Def Comedy Jam alum has since appeared on the FOX sitcom ‘Til Death, as well as Jerry Seinfeld’s celebrated web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and hosted the 8th season of NBC’s Last Comic Standing. Expect a slew of blue humor and off-the-cuff laughs from this raunchy comedic king.

November 19, Ridgefield Playhouse

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Brian Reagan

This white-hot comedian made history last year when Comedy Central’s first live broadcast of a standup special, Brian Reagan: Live from Radio City Music Hall, premiered in 2015. Vanity Fair has called Reagan, who is a regular on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, “the funniest stand-up alive.” Prior to these honors, Reagan made 28 appearances on The Late Show With David Letterman, the most of any comedian.

September 23, Tarrytown Music Hall


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Jim Breuer 

The sidesplitting Saturday Night Live alum and star of the cult hit Half Baked takes the stage with his classic combination of observational comedy and razor-sharp wit. Host of his own popular radio show Fridays With Jim Breuer, the funnyman was named one of Comedy Central’s 100 Greatest Standups of All Time and will be bringing his dead-on impersonations and bizarre brand of comedy to Tarrytown this fall.

October 22, Tarrytown Music Hall