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Rye Comedy Club Presents: Jordan Carlos, Tom Eschelman & Friends
September 21 @ 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM$25
Rye Comedy Club presents:
A night of stand-up comedy featuring professional comedians from New York City:
– Jordan Carlos from HBO, Comedy Central and the “Adulting” podcast
– Tom Eschelman from FOX and Gotham Comedy Club
– Andrew Ginsberg from Stand-Up NY and Gotham Comedy Club
– Michelle Slonim from The Nick Cannon Show, ComedyCentral.com and HBO.com
– Ben Rosenfeld from his comedy special on Amazon Prime, SiriusXM and FOX’s Laughs
The show is located on the 2nd floor of
Rye Grill & Bar – 1 Station Plaza
***FOOD&DRINK MINIMUM POLICY PLEASE READ***
***In addition to the ticket price, there is a $20 food/drink minimum per person during the show. ***
You will get a separate check for your food/drink order at the show’s end. Previous payments from the regular restaurant will not count towards the food/drink minimum. Tax and gratuity are not included in the $20 minimum.
* Line-ups are subject to change without notice*
Jordan Carlos is a stand-up comedian, and actor, who is currently co-starring and writing on the first season of “Everything’s Trash” (Freeform). He has also written for “Divorce” (HBO), written/performed for “The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore” (Comedy Central), and “First Wives Club” (BET). He also appears on the current season of Black Mirror (Netflix), and the Home Alone reboot on Disney Plus.
In addition, Jordan co-hosts the hit podcast “Adulting” on Exactly Right Media with Michelle Buteau. Other notable writing credits include “The White House Correspondents Dinner” (2016) as well as “The Not The White House Correspondents Dinner” with Samantha Bee (2017).
Tom Eschelman is a stand-up comedian and actor based in New York City who is a regular performer at Gotham Comedy Club. Tom was recently featured in prime time on FOX which called him “one of the hottest comedians in the country” and was a finalist in Kenan Thompson’s Nationwide Comedy Showcase. His acting credits include regional theatre, national commercials, and TV roles on The Young and the Restless and All My Children. Born in Ohio, Tom grew up in Southern California and has found his struggles with relationships, odd jobs, and the absurdities of life to be the inspiration for comedy.
Andrew Ginsberg is a Stand-Up Comedian living in New York City. Drawing on his experience growing up near an electrical plant in suburban New Jersey, Andrew’s comedy is an attempt at unpacking the different elements of his life that add up to his overall sense of identity and self. He specializes in character and voice work, and detaching from any given moment in time in an effort to feel something real yet weird.
Andrew also hosted season one of “The Andrew Ginsberg Show” on Spotify, “Backyard Bites”on YouTube, and is a co-host of the weekly live stream, “Who’s Up with the Bergs” on Twitch.
Ginsberg is also the founder and producer of the “Village Idi0t Comedy Show” – an extremely popular weekly live comedy show hosted at excellent venues in NYC.
Andrew has appeared all around NYC and made appearances @ Greenwich Comedy Club, Broadway Comedy Club, The Stand Comedy Club, Stand-Up NY, Gotham Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, the Comedy Shoppe, and the Tiny Cupboard.
Two days after Michelle Slonim gave birth to a baby girl, Michelle received an email saying she was cast in a sketch for Late Night With Seth Meyers. Michelle had gone on tons of auditions: once in a chicken costume, another time in a bikini while eight months pregnant, and she never got the part. Now a week after her baby was welcomed into the world, Michelle’s in hair, makeup and wardrobe, on set for a major network television show. She plans to have a second child so she can make an appearance on Colbert. Michelle has appeared on web-shows for Comedy Central and HBO and on SiriusXM Radio. You can see her performing stand-up comedy in most clubs and bar shows in New York City.
Ben Rosenfeld’s comedy is “playfully dark, seriously smart.” Ben’s comedy blends his family’s experience as Russian Jewish immigrants in America with his philosophical beliefs, political observations and unique characters. Ben has been seen on BuzzFeedVideo and is slightly “TikTok famous” with over a quarter-million followers and 11 million likes. He’s also appeared on FOX’s Laughs, Travel Channel’s Mysteries At The Museum, CBS This Morning, Nat Geo’s Brain Games, Netflix’s Brainchild, NPR’s Weekend Edition, FOX News Saturday Night, SiriusXM Radio, The New York Post and been featured as TimeOut New York’s Joke of the Week. He has twice headlined at Caroline’s on Broadway, hosted at the Lincoln Center and performs nightly in New York City. Ben has five comedy albums and two illustrated humor books.