Welcome to the official website of comedian, writer, and animal activist Elayne Boosler.
We’re always under construction. Of course, I’m from New York. We’re using the same guys who are doing La Guardia Airport, so please check back in eighteen years, and the site will be ready. Thank you.
May 16th, sigh.. Thirty years since dear Andy Kaufman is gone, but not forgotten. Here we are at Coney Island, opening day, 1974. Thank you for everything my friend.
ARTS - Comedy Listings. Next Show May 6th.
Elayne Boosler (Saturday) Forty years into her groundbreaking stand-up career, Ms. Boosler brings her political comedy back to New York. She’s also an animal rights activist, and all proceeds from the sale of her merchandise will go to local rescue organizations. (Also on April 18, May 6th.) At 9 p.m., Stage 72 at the Triad Theater, 158 West 72nd Street, Manhattan, 212-362-2590, triadnyc.com; $25, with a two-drink minimum. (Czajkowski)
New York Magazine Critics’ Pick
Rare NYC Appearance — Next Show May 6th
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Next Show May 6th
Comedian, writer and animal activist Elayne Boosler will bring her one-of-a-kind wit back home with two rare NYC performances on Saturday at 9 p.m. and Friday, April 18 at 9 p.m. at STAGE 72, 158 W. 72nd St. Tickets are $25 plus a two-drink minimum and can be purchased http://stage72.com/.
“At my next show, I will refuse to entertain anyone whose religious beliefs I disagree with. It’s my right as a production company.” – Elayne Boosler
Check it out. Click on the goat.
And be sure to shop. We have great stuff and it all goes 100% to saving lives.
Say, here’s a link to Elayne guesting on the “Lovitz or Leavitz” podcast, with Jon Lovitz (Summer 2013).
After March 29th NYC show, with Joy Behar and our guys. Only men married to women comics truly understand Charles Dickens… “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” Next NYC show April 18th, benefitting Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue.
While Miss Tenuta knows where the camera is, Miss Boosler cannot take her eyes off the cake. It’s not going anywhere you know!!!
Wendy Liebman and Suzanne Whang decide Wendy should take the cake home.
Elayne sneaks back to the bakery counter after they are gone.