If your idea of a fun New Year’s Eve is going to a crowded bar, standing amid a ton of people, paying a cover charge to get in AND still having to pay for your drinks then our event is not for you.
BUT if you want to eat Al’s Beef, laugh, get a couple of drinks, and wear a silly crown at the end of the night I am your guy.
I started producing New Year’s Eve shows in 2007. Here is what I find happens with a Comedy show NYE as opposed to a bar NYE.
- No one gets messy drunk. With very few exceptions I find the crowd didn’t come out to get lit up, they came out to do a chill fun thing.
- No one heckles. So far the audience all want to have a good time. I have never had someone yelling and ruining the show.
- It always sells out. It breaks my ever loving heart to take calls on NYE and say “Sorry you didn’t plan ahead, no room at the inn.”
- Because it always sells out the room is full of folks that want to laugh. We can seat 100 people, but we cap NYE at 94 (even number for couples) so we have a little leg room. But also this means it not too many folks. Just enough to still feel like a friend’s living room.
- You get Al’s Beef. Seriously delish. There will be chicken and italian sausage and potatoes. We also do veggies and salad. But let’s not kid ourselves about who the main dish star is on that table.
- The show is always good. Even back when I was a baby improviser the energy of all those folks wanting to have a good time carries the night. Somehow I have never walked away from NYE feeling bad about the shows.
So that’s it in a nutshell. Come have a good time with us!