Nov
6
Sat
Max Amini Live in New York @ BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center
Nov 6 @ 8:00 pm
Max Amini Live in New York @ BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center

Solo stand up comedy by comedian Max Amini.

ATTENTION TICKET BUYERS – COVID POLICY:

*You need to be fully vaccinatedhaving received all appropriate doses against COVID-19.  “Fully vaccinated” means the performance date you are attending must be no less than 14 days after your second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, or no less than 14 days after your single dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.  If you received your vaccination outside the U.S., please read below:

*Masks or face coverings will be required to be worn in the theater at all times.  

*You need to present your government issued photo ID.

*You need to verify that you are fully vaccinated, either through the Excelsior Pass, Excelsior Plus Pass, or your CDC Card (physical card or photo). 

*For those who are under 12, and those who do not qualify for the vaccination, you must provide proof of a negative Covid PCR test (not a rapid test) within 72 hours of the performance which needs to be uploaded to the Excelsior Plus Pass.  

*INTERNATIONAL COVID VACCINATION INSTRUCTIONS – If you received a Covid-19 vaccination (outside of the US):  Before purchasing a ticket, you must email [email protected] and inform us of the show you are planning to attend and that you received a vaccine outside of the US, no later than a week prior to the date of the eventYou will then receive instructions, via email.

*If you are feeling any COVID-related or flu-like symptoms on the day of the show, please note that you will not be permitted into the theater.  Stay home or seek medical attention, and be safe.  

Nov
12
Fri
New York Comedy Festival Presents: Megan Stalter @ Tribeca Performing Arts Center
Nov 12 @ 7:00 pm
New York Comedy Festival Presents: Megan Stalter @ Tribeca Performing Arts Center

Originally from the Chicago comedy scene, Megan has been called “an oasis of invigorating silliness in feeds dominated by wearying tragedy” by the New York Times and “a soothing comedy balm for a scathing grease fire of a year” by Harper’s Bazaar. She is the breakout scene stealer on the hit HBO Max series HACKS and appears on Showtime’s TOONING OUT THE NEWS.

 

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**ATTENTION TICKET BUYERS –  COVID POLICY.**

  • You need to be fully vaccinatedhaving received all appropriate doses against COVID-19.  “Fully vaccinated” means the performance date you are attending must be no less than 14 days after your second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, or no less than 14 days after your single dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.  If you received your vaccination outside the U.S., please read below:
  • Masks or face coverings will be required to be worn in the theater at all times.  
  • You need to present your government issued photo ID.
  • You need to verify that you are fully vaccinated, either through the Excelsior Pass, Excelsior Plus Pass, or your CDC Card (physical card or photo). 
  • For those who are under 12, and those who do not qualify for the vaccination, you must provide proof of a negative Covid PCR test (not a rapid test) within 72 hours of the performance which needs to be uploaded to the Excelsior Plus Pass.  
  • INTERNATIONAL COVID VACCINATION INSTRUCTIONS – If you received a Covid-19 vaccination (outside of the US):  Before purchasing a ticket, you must email [email protected] and inform us of the show you are planning to attend and that you received a vaccine outside of the US, no later than a week prior to the date of the eventYou will then receive instructions, via email.
  • If you are feeling any COVID-related or flu-like symptoms on the day of the show, please note that you will not be permitted into the theater.  Stay home or seek medical attention, and be safe.  
  • There are NO ticket refunds or exchanges.  Failure to prove vaccine status will not lead to a ticket refund for this event.
Nov
13
Sat
New York Comedy Festival Presents: ALOK @ Tribeca Performing Arts Center
Nov 13 @ 7:00 pm
New York Comedy Festival Presents: ALOK @ Tribeca Performing Arts Center

ALOK (they/them) is an internationally acclaimed gender non-conforming writer, performer, and public speaker. As a mixed-media artist ALOK’s work explores themes of trauma, belonging, and the human condition. They are the author of Femme in Public (2017) and Beyond the Gender Binary (2020). They are the creator of #DeGenderFashion: a movement to degender fashion and beauty industries and have been honored as one of HuffPo’s Culture Shifters, NBC’s Pride 50, and Business Insider’s Doers. They currently serve as a Contributing Editor to the White Review.

**ATTENTION TICKET BUYERS –  COVID POLICY**

  • You need to be fully vaccinatedhaving received all appropriate doses against COVID-19.  “Fully vaccinated” means the performance date you are attending must be no less than 14 days after your second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, or no less than 14 days after your single dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.  If you received your vaccination outside the U.S., please read below:
  • Masks or face coverings will be required to be worn in the theater at all times.  
  • You need to present your government issued photo ID.
  • You need to verify that you are fully vaccinated, either through the Excelsior Pass, Excelsior Plus Pass, or your CDC Card (physical card or photo). 
  • For those who are under 12, and those who do not qualify for the vaccination, you must provide proof of a negative Covid PCR test (not a rapid test) within 72 hours of the performance which needs to be uploaded to the Excelsior Plus Pass.  
  • INTERNATIONAL COVID VACCINATION INSTRUCTIONS – If you received a Covid-19 vaccination (outside of the US):  Before purchasing a ticket, you must email [email protected] and inform us of the show you are planning to attend and that you received a vaccine outside of the US, no later than a week prior to the date of the eventYou will then receive instructions, via email.
  • If you are feeling any COVID-related or flu-like symptoms on the day of the show, please note that you will not be permitted into the theater.  Stay home or seek medical attention, and be safe.  
  • There are NO ticket refunds or exchanges.  Failure to prove vaccine status will not lead to a ticket refund for this event.
New York Comedy Festival Presents: ALOK @ Tribeca Performing Arts Center
Nov 13 @ 9:45 pm
New York Comedy Festival Presents: ALOK @ Tribeca Performing Arts Center

ALOK (they/them) is an internationally acclaimed gender non-conforming writer, performer, and public speaker. As a mixed-media artist ALOK’s work explores themes of trauma, belonging, and the human condition. They are the author of Femme in Public (2017) and Beyond the Gender Binary (2020). They are the creator of #DeGenderFashion: a movement to degender fashion and beauty industries and have been honored as one of HuffPo’s Culture Shifters, NBC’s Pride 50, and Business Insider’s Doers. They currently serve as a Contributing Editor to the White Review.

**ATTENTION TICKET BUYERS –  COVID POLICY**

  • You need to be fully vaccinatedhaving received all appropriate doses against COVID-19.  “Fully vaccinated” means the performance date you are attending must be no less than 14 days after your second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, or no less than 14 days after your single dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.  If you received your vaccination outside the U.S., please read below:
  • Masks or face coverings will be required to be worn in the theater at all times.  
  • You need to present your government issued photo ID.
  • You need to verify that you are fully vaccinated, either through the Excelsior Pass, Excelsior Plus Pass, or your CDC Card (physical card or photo). 
  • For those who are under 12, and those who do not qualify for the vaccination, you must provide proof of a negative Covid PCR test (not a rapid test) within 72 hours of the performance which needs to be uploaded to the Excelsior Plus Pass.  
  • INTERNATIONAL COVID VACCINATION INSTRUCTIONS – If you received a Covid-19 vaccination (outside of the US):  Before purchasing a ticket, you must email [email protected] and inform us of the show you are planning to attend and that you received a vaccine outside of the US, no later than a week prior to the date of the eventYou will then receive instructions, via email.
  • If you are feeling any COVID-related or flu-like symptoms on the day of the show, please note that you will not be permitted into the theater.  Stay home or seek medical attention, and be safe.  
  • There are NO ticket refunds or exchanges.  Failure to prove vaccine status will not lead to a ticket refund for this event.
Dec
7
Tue
Person Place Thing with Randy Cohen: Featuring Guest David Gonzalez. Online Event @ Online - Zoom Webinar
Dec 7 @ 5:00 pm
Person Place Thing with Randy Cohen: Featuring Guest David Gonzalez.  Online Event @ Online - Zoom Webinar

Person Place Thing is an interview show based on this idea: people are particularly engaging when they speak not directly about themselves but about something they care about. Guests talk about one person, one place, and one thing that are important to them. The result?  Surprising stories from great speakers. Host Randy Cohen will be interviewing David Gonzalez, Metro Columnist and Lens Blog, Co-Editor, The New York Times.

David Gonzalez is co-editor of The New York Times Lens blog and works on the biweekly “Side Street” photo-essay feature for the Metro Section. Gonzalez has served as the Bronx Bureau Chief, Metro Religion writer, About New York columnist and the Central America/Caribbean Bureau Chief. As a long-time member of the Metro desk, his work has often focused on the city’s neighborhoods and how they reflect the larger social and cultural issues in American society. His prizes include a Distinguished Writing Award from the American Society of Newspaper Editors, the Columbia University’s Mike Berger Award and was inducted into the Hall of Fame of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. Gonzalez was born and raised in the Bronx, earned a B.A. from Yale University and an M.A. in Journalism from Columbia University.

For twelve years Randy Cohen wrote “The Ethicist,” a weekly column for the The New York Times Magazine. His first television work was writing for Late Night with David Letterman for which he won three Emmy awards.  This live show is also taped and broadcast at a later date on public radio throughout the Northeast (WNYE, 91.5 FM in NYC).