Laughter @ The Lodge: Show #3

January 31

8:00pm -9:00pm

The Lodge at Bryant Park - 42nd Street between 5th and 6th Avenues

NYLaughs, the city’s premier source of laughter, is thrilled to announce its upcoming winter comedy events at Bryant Park’s The Lodge. Comedy enthusiasts and New Yorkers alike can look forward to an exciting lineup of talent, sure to bring warmth and laughter to the cold winter nights.

Winter Dates at Bryant Park’s Winter Lodge:

Wednesdays: January 17, January 24, and January 31, 8-9PM

As the temperatures drop, NYLaughs is set to heat things up with hilarious comedy performances at Bryant Park’s Winter Lodge. Mark your calendars and join us on these Wednesdays for unforgettable evenings of laughter.

NYLaughs is thrilled to join forces with Bryant Park Corporation for it’s winter programming, a celebration of collaboration and giving back to the community. Best of all, admission to all shows is free!

This remarkable program is made possible by the generous support of various organizations. In addition to Bryant Park Corporation, NYLaughs would like to extend its gratitude to the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council for public funding; A.R.T./New York; A.R.T./New York’s NYC Small Theatres Fund made possible with support from the Howard Gilman Foundation and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul. We thank the New York City Council for Discretionary Funding in addition to the Honorable Councilmembers Joseph C. Borelli, Gale Brewer and Keith Powers for their ongoing support of NYLaughs’ programming and mission.

Please follow us for details on talent announcements. Contact details and information for the public can be found by visiting, calling 917-727-5233 or following NYLaughs on twitter / X @NYLaughs or Instagram #NYLaughs.

Line-ups are subject to change.  Language and material may not be suitable for ages under 18.


Simeon Goodson

Simeon Goodson has garnered widespread acclaim across the globe, performing and producing in a variety of countries from Dubai to China and being described by The Huffington Post as a comedian who “should be a household name in comedy,” while Brooklyn Magazine lauded him as one of the “50 Funniest People in Brooklyn.”

Council Member Keith Powers

Council member Keith Powers is a dedicated public servant, known for his unwavering commitment to his constituents in New York City. With a background in public policy and a focus on issues like affordable housing and community development, Powers tirelessly works to improve the quality of life for those he serves.

Chris Sullivan aka “Shockwave”

Chris “Shockwave” Sullivan, a regular cast member on the American children’s public television show “The Electric Company” as Shock and best known for his beatboxing for the Broadway show “Freestyle Love Supreme,” is now half of the performing duo “Dick Patrol,” which is a fully improvised hybrid of storytelling, hip-hop, beatboxing, rapping, and improv.

Victor Varnado

Victor Varnado, an accomplished American stand-up comedian and actor who was the winner of the Most Valuable Performer award at the Montreal Just For Laughs Improv Championship and bronze medalist in the Comedy Central Laugh Riots National Stand-Up Competition is also half of the performing duo “Dick Patrol,” which is a fully improvised, hybrid of storytelling, hip-hop, beatboxing, rapping and improv.

Harrison Greenbaum

Harrison Greenbaum has performed more in more than 600 shows a year for the last 15 years, which is probably why both Time Out New York and the NY Daily News have called him “the hardest-working man in comedy.” He is currently starring in Cirque du Soleil’s Mad Apple at the NY-NY Hotel & Casino – the first-ever stand-up comedian to headline a Cirque du Soleil show On television, Harrison has been featured on America’s Got Talent, Last Comic Standing, Conan, Sherri, Comedy Central’s This Week at the Comedy Cellar, National Geographic Channel’s Brain Games, and many more.
Behind the scenes, he was also one of Comedy Central’s “Comics to Watch,”