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All this and much, much more, we bet:" The Educated Guess Science Fair ( pm, $10, Brooklyn's Littlefield at 622 Degraw Street; take R subway to Union Street) Wednesday 2/28: Tabitha Vidaurri (MTV, WFMU, Funny or Die), who has read every single one of Stephen King's 54 novels, hosts this monthly show devoted to the master of horror, with tonight's topic The Shining: The Stephen King and I ( pm, $7, Astoria Queens' QED: A Place to Show & Tell at 27-16 23rd Avenue) You can find the vast majority of notable NYC live comedy shows by using the links below to explore the schedules of the following top NYC comedy venues: Union Hall (702 Union Street in Brooklyn; R to Union Street): 50-seat theatre; shows $5-$20 Littlefield (635 Sackett Street in Brooklyn; R to Union Street): 100-seat theatre; shows $5-$20 Bell House (149 7th Street in Brooklyn; R to 9th Street or F/G to Fourth Ave.): 200-seat theatre; shows $10-$25 Caveat (21-A Clinton Street; take F/J/M/Z subway to Delancey Street/Essex Street); 100-seat theatre; shows $10-$25 Upright Citizens Brigade Hell's Kitchen (555 West 42nd Street): 152-seater; one of the most respected comedy showcases in the world; especially strong on improv, sketch, solo shows, and one-act comedic plays; shows free-$12 Upright Citizens Brigade East (153 East 3rd Street): 99-seater; a top comedy venue that focuses more than sister theatre UCB Hell's Kitchen on stand-up and screenings, and on experimental shows taking big risks; shows free-$12 The PIT Striker (Upstairs) Theatre (123 East 24th Street): 88-seater; a top venue that's a powerful rival of UCB, and often surpasses UCB when blending comedy with music and/or theatricality; shows free-$20 The PIT Underground (Downstairs) Theatre (123 East 24th Street): 40-seater; often more quirky & experimental than upstairs Striker; shows free-$10 The PIT Loft (154 West 29th Street): 50-seater; the third of The PIT theatres, located separately on the West side, hosts a wide range of comedy, but is especially effective as a home for intimate solo and/or theatrical shows; free-$20 The Magnet (254 West 29th Street): 60-seat theatre; strong on improv, musical improv, sketch, and energy; shows $5-$10 QED: A Place to Show & Tell (27-16 23rd Avenue in Astoria Queens; N/Q to Ditmars Boulevard): 40-seat theatre; shows free-$10 The Creek and the Cave (Queens' Long Island City): 40-seat theatre upstairs, 25 downstairs; virtually all weeknight shows free; weekend shows free-$10 Comedy Cellar (117 Mac Dougal Street): Among the finest daily stand-up lineups in the world; 2-item min.

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( pm, , LES' Caveat at 21-A Clinton Street; take F/J/M/Z subway to Delancey Street/Essex Street) Sunday 2/25: The Sklar Brothers and Dan Van Kirk perform and host other comics TBA perform improv and stand-up for this recording of their podcast: Dumb People Town ( pm, , Brooklyn's The Bell House at 149 7th Street; take R subway to 9th Street or F/G to Fourth Avenue) Monday 2/26: Brilliant improvisors Brian Stack, Becky Drysdale, Tami Sagher, Adam Pally, and Michael Delaney stumble into theatre scenes of plays they've never seen—performed by superb Broadway, TV, and/or film stars Dianna Agron, Cristin Milioti, and Sandy Rustin (above), Jonathan Kaplan, and Julie Sharbut—and make up their dialogue while the actors commit to staying in character and on book.

The result is amazingly fun, hosted by actor/director Stephen Ruddy: Gravid Water ( pm; ; please note this show has sold out of seats, but you might still get in if you arrive early for the stand-by line; UCB Hell's Kitchen at 555 West 42nd Street) Monday 2/26: Josh Gondelman (Emmy & Peabody Award-winning writer/producer for HBO's phenom Last Week Tonight with John Oliver; Conan O'Brien, The New Yorker; stand-up comedy album Physical Whisper), Josh Sharp (superb sketch writer/performer; CBS' Two Broke Girls, Comedy Central's The Opposition, IFC's How Shit Works, MTV; co-host of Cool Shit/Weird Shit), Nick Turner (Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers, Comedy Central Half Hour, VH1), Kenice Mobley, and more perform stand-up for this weekly Brooklyn show hosted by Jo Firestone (staff writer for Jimmy Fallon; HBO's Crashing, Comedy Central's Broad City; co-author of #1 bestselling Punderdome: A Card Game for Pun Lovers), Aparna Nancherla (co-star of HBO's Crashing and 2 Dope Queens, Netflix's Master of None, and Comedy Central's Corporate), and Maeve Higgins (Maeve in America, co-host of Nat Geo's Star Talk): Butterboy with Jo, Aparna, and Maeve ( pm, , Brooklyn's Littlefield at 635 Sackett Street; take R subway to Union Street) Tuesday 2/27: Star Wars erotic fan fiction—e.g., Fifty Shades of Rey, a sexually intense retelling of Star Wars: A Force Awakens—is read with feeling by comics Lane Moore (HBO's Girls; host of Tinder Live; Sex & Relationship Editor of Cosmo; writer for The Onion, Mc Sweeney's), Julia Johns (writer for MTV's Girl Code), and Jessie Bangarang Atkinson (host of Family Liquid Dinner, cast member of A Drinking Game NYC), plus Force Off, a Star Wars-themed audience interactive game that awards prizes, all hosted by Rob Roan: Star Wars: An Erotic Live Reading ( pm, , Brooklyn's Littlefield (635 Sackett Street; take R subway to Union Street) Wednesday 2/28: Sad scientists Jo Firestone & Steven De Siena host a throwback to grade school science by NYC comics.

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