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Brotherhood Comedy Night

Saturday, February 3, 2024 24 Sh'vat 5784

7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Doors open at 7:00 PM
Show starts at 8:00 PM

Snacks, cash bar, 50/50 Raffle and, of course, desserts after the show!

Pricing: $65 per person

Invite friends and family and make it a great evening!

Please use the optional comments section below to indicate with whom you would like to be seated.

Alexandra McHale was thrilled to make her network debut on NBC’s The Tonight Show. She’s also been seen on CBS’ The Late Late Show, Comedy Central’s Premium Blend and New Joke City with Robert Klein on the Metro Channel. After her appearance at the prestigious Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, The Hollywood Reporter cited Alexandra as one to watch "who scored points with quick barbs." Alexandra grew up in Connecticut before relocating to New York City, where she became a lifetime member of the prestigious Actors’ Studio and studied with acting greats such as Paul Newman, Sally Field and Ellen Burstyn. She is a frequent commentator on VH1’s I Love The 80’s, Supersecret TV Formulas and The 100 Most Cheesetastic Video Countdown. In addition to appearances on network television, Alexandra has headlined at over 300 colleges and was voted Female Entertainer of the Year by the readers of Campus Activities Magazine twice and was also nominated Performer of the Year by the Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities.

The winner of Season 3 of New York's Got Talent, Elon Altman is a stand up comedian born and raised in New York City. Elon was a finalist in the 2021 Boston Comedy Festival, has been featured on AXS TV's "Gotham Comedy Live," was a contributing writer for The Comedy Central “Roast of Alec Baldwin” and was runner up in NBC Universal's "Cozi TV Comedy Search." Elon has featured for Dennis Miller and Demetri Martin and has headlined the world famous Carolines On Broadway multiple times. He can be seen regularly at the top comedy clubs in NYC. Elon is also co-host of the podcasts “Billy Joel A to Z” and “Comics Guessing Punchlines.”

 

Joe Matarese grew up in Cherry Hill, NJ and started doing standup at the age of twenty in Philadelphia. I guess that explains his obsession with the movie Rocky. Joe bases his whole career on one Rocky line, “I just wanna go the distance.” During his long career he’s appeared on MTV's Spring Break, The Jim Breuer Show, The Carson Daly Show, NBC's “Late Friday,” numerous times on CBS’ The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, NBC’s “Last Comic “Standing” and “America’s Got Talent,” Comedy Central's “Premium Blend,” E Network’s “Chelsea Lately (multiple appearances),” CBS’ “The Late Show with David Letterman (twice),” his very own Comedy Central Special along with three One Hour Specials entitled ”Medicated,” “The Poster’s Wrong and “Completely Present”

Don’t miss the chance to see these great, cutting edge acts!

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