‘Seinfeld’ writer brings comedy to town
You may not have heard of comedian Keith Barany, but you’ve most likely heard of the hit television shows, “Seinfeld,” “Politically Incorrect,” “The Jimmy Kimmel Show,” and the Emmys.
Barany, “a fresh, original, brilliant comic voice,” says the NY Post, has been a writer for those famous shows and now he’s bringing his 90-minute comedy show to the “Live Comedy at the Sondheim,” at 8 p.m. Nov. 11.
Barany has headlined nine military tours and shared the stage with Jerry Seinfeld, Bob Hope, Roan Rivers, Ray Ramono, Joan Rivers and John Stewart among others.
The Post called Barany “The wittiest comedian working.” But it’s his lighting fast “ad-libs that most amaze audiences.”
Tickets for “Live Comedy at the Sondheim,” featuring Keith Baranay, are two for $20 or $15 each. Tickets are available at the Fairfield Arts & Convention Center ticket office, 472-2787 and www.FairfieldACC.com. The two for $20 comedy ticket deal is only available at the ticket office.
“Live Comedy at the Sondheim” features host Dave Johnson and opening comedian Jeffrey Alexander.