When Garry Shandling was a young comedy writer, he got into a near-fatal car accident. As he was preparing to die, he heard a voice asking if he was living the life Garry Shandling really should be living. He realized he wasn’t — and he decided to change it. He became a stand-up...
Morrissey of Smiths fame returning to Israel in August
Jewish groups putting up a fight against growing opioid epidemic
Brexit splits UK from Europe and Labour from its party leader
Dozens killed, more than 100 wounded in suicide attack at Istanbul airport
Ex-London Mayor Ken Livingstone accuses Israel of ethnic cleansing, but not Nazism
ADVERTISEMENTPUT YOUR AD HERE
Tag: Comedy Store
March 25, 2016 | 1:15 pm
February 15, 2007 | 7:00 pmSaturday the 17th
Kinda like that Magic Eye poster you had on your wall when you were 14, the images created by artists Moshe Elimelech and Michael Maas reveal depth behind their geometry. Their latest works are on view at L2kontemporary, in an exhibition titled "Space...
March 4, 1999 | 7:00 pm"King Levine," a two-act comedy at the Odyssey Theatre, is propelled by a fairly ingenious concept. Playwright Richard Krevolin has transformed Shakespeare's King Lear into an elderly, self-made business tycoon, who reigns supreme as the frozen-bialy monarch of America.