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The Comedy Pass
All Star Stand Up Comedy
with Our Signature House Show, Stand Up Comedy, Stand Up Comedy, Joe Larson, Christine Meehan-Berg, Harry Terjanian, Troy Bond
$20.00 plus 2 Drink Minimum
Our Signature House Show
Broadway Comedy Club presents a showcase lineup full of our Top Headliners. These are the best comedians from New York City with special guests from all across the country. You've seen them on MTV, HBO, The Tonight Show, Comedy Central, The Daily Show, Last Comic Standing and more!
Please note that every show at Broadway Comedy Club has a 2 beverage minimum and Alcohol is NEVER required.
Stand Up Comedy
Stand Up Comedy
Joe Larson

Joe is a comedian, husband, and father – the former makes the latter well….interesting.


When Joe met his now wife she loved how much he made her laugh. He warned her that while she finds it cute now, she may feel differently when he is unable to do anything but joke during the heat of an argument.  As his wife eventually found out “you’re funny all the time!” can quickly turn into “Does everything have to be a joke?”


Perhaps it’s not his fault, Joe is, after all, a second generation comedian. Much to his parent’s dismay at the age of twenty, Joe went into the family business. Straight away he was chosen College Comedian of the Year at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival and shortly after he made the move to New York City where he could be on stage every night.


Aside from the outrageous rent, rodents and 4 AM wake-up calls for his day job as a personal trainer, NYC proved to be exactly what Joe needed to grow as a comedian. Paying his dues at any club that would give him the mic, in just a short time he was working at some of the best rooms in the city including the famed Caroline’s On Broadway and Gotham Comedy Club.  He was nominated  “Best Up-And-Coming Comedian” at the NYC MAC Awards, was a finalist in both the prestigious Johnny Carson Great American Comedy Festival and Boston Comedy Festival and was part of the feature film Stand Up 360.


Just as comedy was taking off big time, Joe became a father. Unbeknownst to him, this would not only take up every free second of his life but perhaps the biggest catalyst for his success.  Becoming a dad gave Joe a new level of comfort in his role on stage and screen. Unconventional as always, Joe didn’t take on the traditional role of dad but rather he says he is simply a “man with a baby”.


He has made a cocktail with pureed baby food and bourbon, he has changed a diaper in the green room before a set and he is currently lending his Man With A Baby voice as writer and actor on the hit show Babies Behaving Badly on Discovery Family.


Joe has also been seen on Gotham Comedy Live, NBC’s America’s Got Talent, Laughs on FOX, the Tonight Show’s Laugh Squad and the Speed Channel. On the radio, he is a repeat guest on Bob and Tom and the Bennington Show.
A lover of all things comedy, Joe is currently pursuing acting and writing roles for television as well enjoying every laugh he can give you while he’s on stage in NYC and throughout the US.


Joe lives in Brooklyn, NY with his two daughters and wife - as you’re reading this he is likely annoying her with a joke instead of apologizing for not taking the garbage out.

Christine Meehan-Berg
Harry Terjanian
New York born comedian, writer, and actor, Harry Terjanian started his career at 18, doing stand-up in the comedy clubs of New York City.  As a standup and sketch comedian Harry has appeared as part of the Chicago Just for Laughs Festival, the Great American Comedy Festival and is a recipient of The Andy Kaufman Award.  In addition to being a co-host on Man School 202 and appearing on SiriusXM radio and MTV, Harry has toured nationally performing at such prestigious venues as  New York’s Town Hall Theater, the Johnny Carson theater, among others. 
Troy Bond
Troy Bond is one of the fastest rising stars in the New York comedy scene. He can be seen nightly at Gotham Comedy Club, Greenwich Village Comedy Club, The Comic Strip Live and Broadway Comedy Club. Beginning his career at 17, he soon found he was addicted to the crowds, the laughter, and the attention and knew he found his calling. At the age of 16 after hanging up his glittered glove he started seriously writing jokes because he knew he wanted to be a comedian. Life changed the summer before his senior year in High School, Bond appeared in a quick improv interview from the audience of the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. That small quirky video went viral which gave him the confidence to pack up his bags the day he graduated high school and move to New York City elevating his career to a new level.

Bonds talents have taken him from the comedy clubs to the small screen, where he has been seen on Hulu, Netflix, and NBC and host of the Trivia Game Show, Reward the Fan.

Bond currently resides in New York City, when not on touring the country performing at Clubs, Comedy Festivals and Colleges

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