Guest Event: Rick Shapiro Is Restless
This event is 21 and over Rick returns to New York City and a 20 year relationship at the Slipper Room. Come see Rick in his monthly show as he comes to terms with his restless soul on stage. Lower East Side friends will be stopping by to join Rick and remind us of the real Comedian, poet and author Rick Shapiro is one of the most innovative and surreal comedic talents and a staple of the NYC and LA Underground comedy scene. Shapiro began his career in the early 1980's performing stand-up at Catch A Rising Star on Broadway. Besides performing regularly on stage, throughout the 1990's he acted and starred in numerous films by Louis CK, including Tomorrow Night. Shapiro is most commonly referenced to as Jerry from HBO's Lucky Louie. He is, however, a 30-year comedy stage veteran and master of long-form and improv and can be seen on multiple television channels including HBO, FX, CBS and Showtime. In 2012 Shapiro played the role of 'T-Rick' in Warner Bros. cult comedy picture Project X. He has performed several solo shows at comedy festivals around the world, including an acclaimed one-man show based on his book 'Unfiltered' – an anthology of pieces written and found throughout years of scrap pieces of paper, blogs and journal entries.
Venue: The Slipper Room
167 Orchard St Map
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