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Carnegie Hall, 881 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10019


12 Nov 2011

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The stand-up comic skewers celebrity culture while dishing dirt on Britney Spears, Whitney Houston, Anna Nicole Smith, Little Richard and Sharon Stone.

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Closed 12 Nov 2011

Take a look here to see if Kathy Griffin is showing somewhere nearby

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That was one of the worst shows I've ever attended.,
Jan 06, 2012
reviewer: from New Orleans
The opening video montage was funny/cute. Started out chukle-worthy. But all downhill from there. This was a seriously awful show. The chick is just not funny. Show consisted of name dropping, gay jokes, and funny things her mom said.Then she talked about outdated stuff like Reggie Bush and Stephen Segal's cop show.Had to walk out after a while. Had more laughs joking around with the bartenders and ushers, than I did while I sat through her boring routine. What a waste of money and time.
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Anderson Cooper's neck is turning red!,
Jun 23, 2013
reviewer: from New York, New York
If it is true that Anderson Cooper's neck turns red every time Kathy makes him uncomfortable, then his neck was surely red tonight. Her show was an embarassment, she was ill prepared, reading off of notes on a stool, and simply not funny. I guess her best days are behind her; I wish I knew this before I spent $150 on a ticket.
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kathy Griffin who?,
Jul 13, 2013
reviewer: from Orlando, Florida
Last night Kathy Griffin performed live in orlando. The opening film clip showing her hob nobbing with stars was interesting, not too bad til she opened her mouth. She was silly, not funny. The laughs came from her gestures and imitations but the content just wasn't funny - more just laughing at herself. Save yourself the $80. Most people around me, namely gays, were mostly bored and kept waiting for the jokes to start but they never did... some people left, should have stayed home and a good book would have put me to sleep just as fast as she did
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