So The Jukebox: Prom is May 21st. Has anyone asked you yet? Because, umm, I’m not going, and you’re not going, and, you know, if neither of us is going…we could maybe go together?
In case you want some other options, these people are also going to be at Prom…
This year’s theme is TBD, so we have provided a few options: Under the Sea. In the Clouds. I Remember Yesterday. Dreams are Amazing. If Puppies Could Talk. Field of Daisies. Love In a Trashcan. Fruit Baskets and Other Assorted Food Containers.
Please feel free to add your own.
March’s theme is Spring Break! Woo! Our guests this month are:
Brooke Van Poppelen
Join us Tuesday, March 19 at Union Hall. Doors at 7:30, show starts at 8; tickets are $5 before and $8 at the door. Buy tickets here.
See you then!
This month’s show is Tuesday, February 19, when your hosts Steve Heisler, Steve Jacobs, and Margaret Lyons bring you another magical night of karaoke-inspired comedy. Coming to the stage, we have:
And James Adomian!
Union Hall, doors at 7:30. $5 before, $8 at the door. See you there, Jukeboxers.
This month’s show is Tuesday, January 15 and the theme is Workout Mix! Pull on your sweatbands and join us for karaoke-inspired comedy from:
And your hosts, as always, Steve Heisler, Steve Jacobs, and Margaret Lyons.
Union Hall, doors at 7:30. $5 before, $7 at the door. See you then!
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The Jukebox enjoys eating. We all do. Who doesn’t? We want to meet that person, and ask them questions about how they have fun, because we are clueless.
Nothing screams, “You are going to eat so hard” like the upcoming holidays, so we’ve decided to throw a food-themed show Tuesday, December 18. Head out to Union Hall at 8pm for The Jukebox: Nom nom nom nom nom. That’s five noms, for maximum flavor.
Not that this show needs any added spice. Our line-up is one for the ages:
Dan Tamberelli and Mike Maronna (The Adventures Of Pete & Pete)!
There will be comedy. There will be singing. There will be five dollar tickets that are as cheap as they come. So join us! And wear your loosest pants.
The Jukebox is getting in the spirit of the upcoming holidays by going home. Because that’s what you’re supposed to do, right? At least, our collective parents won’t stop bugging us about things like, “When are we coming home?” and “Why?” and “Seriously, the guest bedroom is full.” PARENTS, amiright?
To celebrate this mass New York exodus, we’re throwing a “Home”-themed comedy/karaoke show with awesome special guests IN OUR NEW TIME SLOT! Yes, mark your calendars for the not-at-all-hard-to-remember third Tuesday of every month. The day of Tues, as we call it. Tues, which fake Wikipedia defines as, “A not common misspelling of the word ‘twos.’ “
New time slot, but same wonderful Union Hall confines and same excellent 7:30 doors, 8pm show. And a line-up we’re thrilled about, including some friends we’ve had in the past:
As always, they’ll be telling stories, performing comedy, and singing songs. And tickets are a meager $5 as they always have been. Hope to see you then!
The Jukebox: Ghosts is this Monday, October 8th, which also happens to be Columbus Day, which also happens to celebrate the life of Christopher Columbus, who also happens to share a name with Chris Columbus, who also happened to direct the first two Harry Potter movies, which also happened to feature a ghost named Nearly-Headless Nick, who also happened to be played by John Cleese, who also happened to be in Monty Python and the Flying Circus, which also didn’t actually fly in the same manner that the Flying Dutchman didn’t fly, which just so happened to be a ghost ship that can never make port, which also happens to be a type of fortified dessert wine, which happens to be fortified in a different manner than Fort Henry was during the Civil War, which happens to have many battlefields up and down the east coast, which happens to include Gettysburg, which happens to be the place referenced in a fantastic speech from Abraham Lincoln, who happened to hunt vampires, which, along with a werewolf and a ghost, happen to make up the cast of the smash hit show Being Human, which happens to have a version in both the US and UK, which happens to be located right across the English Channel from the Netherlands, which happens to be the homeland of the Dutch people, who happen to have been the earliest settlers of western Long Island, which happens to have evolved into current day Brooklyn, which happens to be the home of Union Hall in Park Slope, which happens to be where our show is located.
You should come!