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Oct 3, The Ridgefield Playhouse
From making merry on NPR’s hit quiz show Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me to penning bestselling books to voicework on the Academy Award-winning film Inside Out, Paula Poundstone remains one of the hardest working women in showbiz. Now, the Emmy Award-winning comic is taking the stage at Connecticut’s Ridgefield Playhouse, where she will almost surely deliver an evening of bountiful laughs.
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Sept 14, Tarrytown Music Hall
At this point, Paul Blart: Mall Cop star Kevin James is pretty much a household name. James first came to national attention as Doug Heffernan on the hit sitcom King of Queens, for which he received a prime-time Emmy nomination in 2008. Fresh off an appearance in Adam Sandler’s Netflix film Sandy Wexler, as well as a voicework role on Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation, James is making his way to Tarrytown for a night of cutting comedy.
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Nov 1, The Ridgefield Playhouse
You’ve probably spotted this red-hot comic in such films as The Hangover (Parts 1 and 2), Knocked Up, Crazy Rich Asians, and The Pineapple Express, but he has long been a fixture on the standup scene. This fall, the California-based funnyman famous for his own Netflix standup special is making his way to the region for a rare demonstration of his expert wisecracking skills.
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Nov 6, Tarrytown Music Hall
This acclaimed comic first made his name as anchor on Saturday Night Live’s popular “Weekend Update,” before appearing in a host of sidesplitting flicks ranging from Billy Madison and Grown Ups to Funny People and Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo. Throw in stints on hit shows like Roseanne, My Name Is Earl, and The Drew Carry Show, and you have a standup legend well worth a gander.