Saturday December 14th, 2019 - 8:00PM
The Celebrity Theater at the Claridge Hotel 123 S. Indiana Ave, Atlantic City, NJ
Join us for a special event at the Celebrity Theater at the Claridge Hotel with Harrison Greenbaum
Harrison has quickly become one of the most in-demand comedians in New York, performing in more than 600 shows a year and thus leading both Time Out New York and the NY Daily News to call him "the hardest-working man in comedy." One of Comedy Central's "Comics to Watch," Harrison has also received many awards and honors for his comedy, including the Andy Kaufman Award (2010) for creativity and originality in comedy, the Shorty Award in collaboration with Comedy Central and the New York Comedy Festival for "Best Emerging Comic" (2011), and the Magners Comic Stand-Off (2011).
On television, Harrison was featured on NBC's Last Comic Standing, AXS.TV’s Gotham Comedy Live, and National Geographic Channel's Brain Games, and has appeared on MTV, SPIKE TV, the Discovery Channel, and the Science Channel. Behind the scenes, Harrison was a producer for Primetime: Would You Fall for That? on ABC (which premiered in 2013 to over 3.5 million viewers) and a story producer for VH1’s This is HOT 97, as well as the warm-up comic for Katie, Katie Couric's daytime talk show on ABC.
As a magician, Harrison was named one of "Today's Best" by Newsday and described by Genii Magazine as “brimming over with crazy, frenetic energy, [he] blew audiences away.” The most requested performer at Monday Night Magic, the longest-running- Off-Broadway magic show in New York, Harrison has also performed at the Magic Castle in Hollywood, the Mystery Lounge in Boston, and was one of only 30 magicians chosen to perform at the International Festival of Magic, Illusion, and the Unusual in Louisville, Kentucky, alongside such notable magicians as Lance Burton and Mac King. A former camper at Tannen’s Magic Camp, Harrison continues to be a counselor at the annual week-long camp dedicated to training budding artists and has been an advisor to the Society of Young Magicians in Boston and New York for almost a decade.