41 Bridge Street invites you to a Comedy Night featuring headliner David Feldman,, with opener Jay Sutay, on Friday, July 14th at 8 pm!
Headliner David Feldman is a comedy writer, standup comedian, and podcaster/radio host. Formed in 2009, Feldman’s listener supported podcast, the “David Feldman Show” (formerly, the “David Feldman Comedy Podcast”), includes a diverse mixture of live and prerecorded content which can be downloaded from the iTunes Store for free. In November 2013, he released a special digital download only compilation album called “The Very Best of the David Feldman Show, Vol. 1.” Feldman has written for ABC’s “Roseanne,” HBO’s “Dennis Miller Live,” HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher,” Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show with John Stewart,” Comedy Central’s “The Burn,” Joy Behar’s “Say Anything,” and Fox’s “Talk Show with Spike Feresten”; Feldman has also written for The Academy Awards, The Emmys, Triumph, The Insult Dog Comic, and countless roasts on Comedy Central. Over the past few years, Feldman has written comedy with and for Steve Martin, Martin Short, Robin Williams, Nathan Lane, Robert Smigel and Bette Midler. He has won three Prime Time Emmy awards for comedy writing, three Writers Guild Awards, and a CableACE award. As a comedian, Feldman has appeared frequently on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” “The Tonight Show,” and “The Late Late Show,” as well as his own special for Comedy Central.
Opening the show is Dr. Jay Sutay, the self-proclaimed “Hardest Working Pediatrician in Comedy”! A frustrated pediatrician from South Windsor, CT, Dr. Jay has performed at clubs throughout the northeast, and was a finalist in the Pro Division of both the 2012 “Funniest Comic in New England” Contest, and the 2014 “Funniest Comic on the East Coast” Contest held at Mohegan Sun Casino. He was named one of Hartford’s Best Local Comics in the Hartford Courant’s “CT Now 2015 Reader’s Poll.” Dr. Jay was a regular contributor to “The Miserable Men Show” on Sirius/XM Radio, and he can be heard monthly on “The Dad Podcast.” Dr. Jay’s comedy involves tales from the exam room, his experience working with kids and their parents, as well as his own tribulations as the father of two daughters. His cutting and sometimes incisive commentary about society, parenting and raising kids, always leaves audiences laughing.
Tickets to this sensational comedy show are $15 for General Admission and $25 for VIP Reserved seating.