At the Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize ceremony where Julia Louis-Dreyfus was honored, Jerry Seinfeld, Tony Hale and Tina Fey discuss the comedic actress' impact on their careers. (Oct. 22) AP
Jerry Seinfeld once said, “Humor is really a New York invention, as far as I’m concerned. All humor emanates from New York. All people in New York are funny and get funnier as they get older, and everyone outside New York gets less funny.”
The comedian himself is older now, and back to test that theory with a renewed comedy residency at Manhattan's Beacon Theatre. It follows a sold-out 36-show residency at the venue in 2016-17.
The first show is tomorrow, Jan. 11, with other performances Feb. 8, March 14, March 15, April 4, April 5, May 3, May 4, June 6 and June 7. Shows are at 7 and 9:30 p.m. on all 10 nights. Tickets are available at beacontheatre.com and ticketmaster.com and at the Beacon box office.