Pencils Down! TV Writers Try New Jokes
⭐ TV show writers break free from the writers' room to showcase their fresh stand-up material on stage. Experience hilarious stand-up comedy at Caveat, a cabaret comedy venue that’s home to the smartest, joyfully-nerdiest comedy in New York!
Tickets for Pencils Down! in New York 🎫 Standard Admission - includes regular seated entry 🎫 Premium Admission - includes premium seating closer to the stage
Highlights 🎭 Brand new stand-up comedy sets 🌇 A chance to visit Caveat, a creative hub and cabaret comedy theater that champions nerdy, funny art and much more 🤩 Hosted by Matt Goldich (Late Night with Seth Meyers) and Matt Koff (The Daily Show)
General Info 📅 Date: June 14, 2023 🕒 Time: 9:30 p.m. ⏳ Duration: 90 minutes 📍 Location: Caveat NYC 👤 Age requirement: 21+ with physical ID ♿ Accessibility: the venue is ADA compliant ❓ Please consult the FAQs of this experience here
Description Scribes from some of your favorite TV shows break out of the writers' room and test out their newest stand-up material onstage. As you may have heard, TV writers are currently prevented from being paid for their work by the Writers Guild strike. But that doesn’t mean YOU can’t pay them for writing new stand-up jokes and then try them out in front of you! Unless, of course, you are a billion-dollar multimedia conglomerate with a vastly overpaid CEO. In this case, please do not attend. Get your tickets for Pencils Down! at Caveat, New York!
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