Things you probably hate about
seeing shows in New York:
PRESIDENTS DAY SHOW
Did you know that Thomas Jefferson took time out of being the President of the United States to invent the swivel chair? Well, he did. And a good thing too. Without Jefferson, we'd all be spending half of the day picking up our chairs and moving them around. Which sounds SO boring. So, thanks Thomas Jefferson. You did us all a big favor. Come to the Kids 'N Comedy President's Day show and hear teenagers perform stand-up comedy, and pay tribute to a bunch of old guys that used to run the country.
FORTUNE COOKIE SHOW
What does your future hold? For me, I see a breakfast burrito. Because I just ordered one. But who knows what the hands of fate have in store for you! Come hear NYC's funniest teenage comics predict their own future, and maybe yours (!) at The Kids 'n Comedy Fortune Cookie show
Danger lurks at every turn. Especially when you're living in New York City. Whether it's getting stuck in the subway turnstiles, or being attacked by territorial pigeons, your safety is being tested every hour of every day! Come to the Kids 'n Comedy Danger! show, and let NYC's funniest teenagers dispense some much-needed survival advice.
ALL IN THE FAMILY
Families are the best/worst. Sometimes, you can't believe you're related to such awesome people. Other times, you think: why couldn't I have been an orphan? Harry Potter was an orphan, and he turned out just fine! Come hear NYC's best teenaged comedians complain about how embarrassing it is to have a family.
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