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Bottles of Laughs (The Vintage Lounge)
Friday, February 03, 2017 7:00 PM
Gotham Comedy Club, New York, NY
  • 18 & over
  • 2 Beverage Minimum Per Person
  • Non-Refundable & Non-Transferable
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  • When: Friday, Feb 3, 2017 7:00 PM (Doors open at 6:30 PM)
  • Ticket Price: $15.00
  • Door Time: 6:30 PM
  • Showroom: The Vintage Lounge
  • Restrictions: 18 & over
    2 Beverage Minimum Per Person
    Non-Refundable & Non-Transferable
In these tough times, it’s not always easy to find high quality and fun ways to let off some steam and ease stress.  It’s harder still to find such diversions that are affordable. 
 
That’s what Bottles of Laughs is all about.  We bring you top-shelf comics who deliver a fine pairing of comedy and laughs at a price you can afford even if you don’t have a champagne-level salary.

Bottles of Laughs is brought to you by:
 
Alex Barnett
As the White, Jewish husband of a Black woman (who converted to Judaism) and the father of a 3-year old, Biracial son, Alex focuses on the challenges of being a parent in a bad economy and the issues that confront interracial families.  Alex has been featured on the Katie Couric Show, Sirius/XM Radio’s “Raw Dog Comedy,” NBC’s EVB Live, ComedyTime TV, RT TV America and NYC-TV and in The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, and CNN.com.  In 2011, he won the 12th Annual Gilda’s Club (Northern NJ) Laugh-Off.
 
Francis Ellis
When you first meet Francis, he seems like someone you might love to hate. A tall, Harvard-educated lacrosse player, Francis seems on the outside like the poster boy for arrogance, obnoxiousness, and condescending White privilege.  But then he starts talking, and you realize he’s still very much the modest guy from rural Maine with an endearing humility and a healthy dose of self-deprecation. Onstage, Francis speaks to the "challenges" that face a twenty-something in New York -- financial anxiety, relationship angst, and a love-hate relationship with fitness complicated by a love of late-night snacks. When he's not onstage performing standup, Francis (who's also studied improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade) is wandering around New York trying to come up with an answer to his parents' question of why he had to go to Harvard to become a comedian.

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