208 W. 23rd Street, we present original stand-up comedy shows written and performed by the funniest young people of the tri-state area and beyond, aged 11-18. Read More
THE KIDS ‘N COMEDY KIDS
JULIAN GERBER • BEN JENKINS • SPENCER KAHN• • AVERY LENDER • JOE SCHLAFER •
and the new faces of EVAN BRECKMAN,
MARK TIMANOVSKY and PARKER SLATON
AND SOME OTHER NEW FACES
CLASSES BEGIN AGAIN
IN SEPTEMBER. DATES ARE ANNOUNCED ON
OUR CLASS PAGE.
Ages 10-13 — 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Ages 14-18 — 2 – 4 PM
REGISTRATION FOR NEW STUDENTS FOR SEPTEMBER CLASSES IS OPEN!
Class is full for ages 14-18 Saturday 2 PM classes.
Still 3 spots left in the Saturday
ages 10-13 class at 11:30 AM.
5 Spots left for Sunday 10:30 AM class for ages 11-17.
$720 for the series of 9 weeks.
CONTACT US – (212) 877-6115 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a break from the mosquitoes and the kumbayas, and spend 2 weeks at Gotham Comedy Club in Manhattan, learning about improv, sketch comedy acting, and stand-up comedy! Each camp culminates in a graduation show live on stage at Gotham Comedy Club. We promise not to make you paddle any canoes. Scout’s honor.
CAMP IS FULL!!
If you want to be placed on the wait list for any of the sessions, there may be a spot. Please let us know. We may add a group if there is enough interest.
SESSION 1: FULL
SESSION 2: FULL
SESSION 3: FULL
CAMP SUMMER 2018
SESSION 1: JULY 9-20
SESSION 2: JULY 23 – AUG 3
SESSION 3: AUGUST 6 – 17
Quotes from parents:
Unique is the only word I can think of to describe the Kids N Comedy program…My son participated in the Program for about five years. Through the Summer Camp, Workshops and eventually joining the Pro Team, this experience for him has been transformative. With like-minded teens, he’s made friends, developed confidence, and adapted the Kids N’ Comedy philosophy of always thinking, refining, and “seeing” the world for inspiration. Life skills that can surely benefit any kid, not just an aspiring Comedian! –Robyn, parent
…I think it contributed to his better performance in school, his comfort speaking up in class…He also raised his hand for some things that would really take him out of his comfort zone – auditioning for a film and being on Nickelodeon News – that he never would have had access to without the comedy connection. …and doing the pro shows was even the topic of his college essay! It really had that much of an impact in his life and I thank you so much for that. –Sophia, parent