Comedy Night at the Vanderbilt is back! Professional comedians Peter Bales, Eric Haft, Joe Starr, and special guest Manny Erias, will bring big laughs for one night only as we convert the Carriage House into the Vanderbilt Comedy Club.
Friday, February 28, from 8:00 to 9:30 pm.
Wine available. No drink minimums.
Tickets: $25 online, $30 at the door, $20 for Museum members.
Proceeds benefit the Carriage House Revitalization Project.Purchase Tickets
Peter Bales, who studied at Chicago’s famous Second City, has appeared as a stand-up comedian at countless comedy clubs, corporate functions, and colleges across the country. He also has appeared on a variety of networks including Comedy Central, Lifetime, MTV, VH-1, FOX, A&E, and SiriusXM.
Joe Starr has worked with comedic luminaries including Jay Leno, Robert Klein, Pat Cooper, Soupy Sales, and Jeff Dunham. As a movie actor, Starr has appeared in World Trade Center, Date Night, and The Adventures of Tin Tin and was a series regular on the recent CBS comedy Kevin Can Wait.
Eric Haft has performed at numerous New York clubs, including Caroline’s on Broadway, Standup New York and Broadway Comedy Club, and is a regular touring act with the Long Island Comedy Festival. Haft has performed with many leading comics, including Kevin Meaney, Bobby Collins, Chris Roach, Ted Alexandro, and Peter Bales.
Manny Erias, a former tugboat deckhand and Naval Reserve hospital corpsman, has risen fast from open mic nights to becoming a regular at Comix Mohegan Sun. He has performed at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury and Borgata Comedy Club in Atlantic City. Erias teaches stand-up comedy to fellow military veterans as part of Project9line, which reintegrates veterans back into society through the arts.