The common room the Guild Hall William P. Rayner Artist-in-Residence. JESSICA DALENE PHOTOGRAPHY
The courtyard at the Guild Hall William P. Rayner Artist-in-Residence. JESSICA DALENE PHOTOGRAPHY
The studio at the Guild Hall William P. Rayner Artist-in-Residence. JESSICA DALENE PHOTOGRAPHY
Comedian Joseph Vecsey. COURTESY BAY STREET THEATER
Comedian Dante Nero. COURTESY BAY STREET THEATER
Comedian Ken Krantz. COURTESY BAY STREET THEATER
Comedian Sergio Chicon. COURTESY BAY STREET THEATER
Joseph Vecsey and All Star Stand-up Comedy return to the Bay Street Theater stage on Saturday, February 5, at 8 p.m. This comedy showcase marks All Star Comedy’s 12th season with Bay Street, and will be held live and in-person at the theater in Sag Harbor.
All Star Comedy is hosted by Sergio Chicon and features comedians Ken Krantz and Dante Nero, who will be joined by New York-based comedian Joseph Vecsey, founder of the stand-up comedy showcase. Since it began, the series has been headlined by stand-up veterans and fresh faces alike, growing to become the East End’s premiere live comedy series. Vecsey himself has been selected as one of Comedy Central’s Comics To Watch, has toured with Adam Sandler, David Spade, and Rob Schneider, and has worked as co-producer on Sandler’s Netflix special, “100% Fresh.” He is also producer of Netflix’s “The Wrong Missy,” in which he stars.
Sergio Chicon was born and raised on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. He is a father, comic, fighter, personal trainer, student of life and creator of DBS Podcast.
Ken Krantz began in stand up in 2009 and quickly became a fixture in the New York area comedy scene, where he gained a reputation as a no-holds-barred joke writer. He released his debut stand up album, “No Punchline Required,” in 2016, and is the co-host of the podcast “Why Bother? with Ritu and Ken.” He has been seen on “The Anthony Cumia Show,” and jokes he’s written have appeared on Comedy Central and NBC. He has also performed for the New York Comedy Festival.
Dante Nero has performed at New York comedy clubs since 2000, where he has honed stand-up skills that have made him into the comedian he is today. He’s been described as bold, philosophical, honest, and “funny as hell,” and has performed comedy all over the United States and abroad.
Masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to the show. Tickets start at $35 at baystreet.org or 631-725-9500.
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