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Comics and comedic storytellers Vanessa Golenia, Andrea Allan, Richard Cardillo, and David Drake join pioneering sketch comic and storyteller Kevin Allison (The State) to tell well-crafted tales of comedic adventure: Risk!

( pm, , LES' Caveat at 21-A Clinton Street; take F/J/M/Z subway to Delancey Street/Essex Street) Sunday 2/25: The Sklar Brothers and Dan Van Kirk perform and host other comics TBA perform improv and stand-up for this recording of their podcast: Dumb People Town ( pm, , Brooklyn's The Bell House at 149 7th Street; take R subway to 9th Street or F/G to Fourth Avenue) Monday 2/26: Brilliant improvisors stumble into theatre scenes of plays they've never seen—performed by superb Broadway, TV, and/or film stars—and make up their dialogue while the actors commit to staying in character and on book.

It'll all be judged by Keisha Zollar (HBO's Divorce, Orange Is the New Black, MTV; writer for The Opposition with Jordan Klepper; ace improv trio Doppelganger, sketch group Astronomy Club) and more comics TBA and hosted by Deborah Lohse: Dancify That!

( pm, , LES' Caveat at 21-A Clinton Street; take F/J/M/Z subway to Delancey Street/Essex Street) Saturday 2/24: Hosts Mitra Jouhari & Catherine Cohen "are gals who just don't get 'guy stuff.' They've invited comics to give them lectures on guy stuff so that they can finally fit in," with tonight's bearers of wisdom Josh Sharp & Aaron Jackson (Comedy Central's The Opposition), Kelsey Caine, Drew Anderson, Fareeha Khan, and Sandy Honig: It's a Guy Thing ( pm, , Brooklyn's Union Hall at 702 Union Street; take R subway to Union Street) Saturday 2/24: Sixteen comics—including John Reynolds, Connor O'Malley, Ana Fabrega, Matt Barats, and Gary Richardson—perform characters, songs, and a variety of other comedic bits: Yardsale Comedy Night ( pm, , Brooklyn's Union Hall at 702 Union Street; take R subway to Union Street) Saturday 2/24: PLEASE NOTE: This show has SOLD OUT.

In addition, you can use the links below to explore the schedules of all the major comedy venues in NYC; and you can find excellent live comedy recommendations weekly via The New York Times.

It is your daily comedy itinerary and it scares me how on top of his shit this guy is. Send them to me for a 10% referral fee covering the first year of payments.There'll be poster boards, quirky dioramas, tri-fold cardboard, flasks, lab coats, and haphazard experiments.Then at pm awards will be presented by scholars "who are maybe at the top of their respective fields.Greenwich Village Comedy Club (99 Mac Dougal Street): Convenient if Comedy Cellar's sold out; no cover using code Hy Reviews; 2-drink min.Comic Strip Live (1568 Second Avenue, off 81st): Upper East Side club with typically solid lineups; 2-drink min.

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