Comedian Eddie Pepitone, also known as 'The Bitter Buddha,' is a master of the dark art of comedy, and he has been hailed as a modern day cross between Jackie Gleason, Don Rickles, and Eckart Tolle. Eddie is a force of nature on stage, switching between social rage and self-doubt, and his shows are an energetic combo of calm and chaos, blue-collar angst and sardonic enlightenment. Few comedians working today channel the power of the rant better than Eddie Pepitone. His most recent stand-up special "For the Masses" was released in June 2020, which the New York Times listed as one of the best stand-up specials of that year. In 2014, Eddie released "In Ruins," his first stand-up that was shot at The Bell House in Brooklyn, NY.
In addition to his regular stand-up shows, Eddie is a stand-out comic/character actor. Beginning in New York City’s improv/sketch scene (where he quickly became a regular face), and continuing on to recurring roles on "Late Night with Conan O’Brien" as well as appearances on "WTF with Marc Maron Podcast." Eddie has also appeared on numerous comedy TV shows, including "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," "Rick and Morty," "Reno 911!," "10 Year Old Tom," "The Life and Times of Tim," "Will & Grace," "It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia," "Love," "The Sarah Silverman Program," "Jimmy Kimmel Live," "Last Comic Standing," "The Chappelle Show," and "Bob’s Burgers." He’s a regular on Adult Swim’s "Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell," and fans also might recognize Eddie from his role in the hit comedy "Old School" or from his award-winning short, "Runyon: Just Above Sunset," co-written by his wife Karen Simmons.
We are excited to welcome you to our new, permanent home in the Village District at 401 Woodburn Road! All shows beginning on January 17, 2023 will take place at our new venue.
Management reserves the right to prevent customers from entering the facility who they deem disruptive or dangerous to other patrons.
This show is 18+. Please note, there is a 2 item per person minimum in the showroom. The box office will open 1 hour before showtime for the first show of the night and approximately 15 minutes before the second show. On evenings when there is only one show, the box office will open 1 hour before showtime.
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