Ted Greenberg's The Complete Performer

Starring Emmy Award winning Letterman writer, Ted Greenberg!

5th Anniversary Show Announced | October 19th

Categories: Comedians,Comedy Shows,Latest News,Off-Broadway Shows,Reviews
Posted: September 18, 2013

5 Smash Seasons!
Ted Greenberg’s The Complete Performer
5th Anniversary Party – October 19th

Time flies when you’re a dynamic lookalike duo. Thank you for helping Ted Greenberg’s The Complete Performer reach a significant milestone – the show’s 5th Anniversary!
On Saturday, October 19th, join us for another great show plus a champagne toast and cookies from our favorite local bakery — Milk and Cookies. Get your tickets now to celebrate with me and the Mascot NOW!
Five is a big anniversary. Half a decade. So big Mascot and I made this Vine about it.
It’s been 5 years of hilarity, mind-blowing magic tricks, free cab rides home and great reviews. Check out some recent ones.
“My mom laughed so hard she cried! Ted Greenberg has created a show that is a blend of comedy, magic with heaping spoonfuls of silliness and hilarity.” – PD on TripAdvisor
“Excellent show! My boyfriend and I laughed all night. A large portion of the show is improv and Ted did an excellent job interacting with the crowd and getting the audience involved. I’m a local and would definitely go again. Thanks for a great night, Ted!” – K.C. on Yelp.com
Thank you for the support over the past 5 years!
And if you cannot make it on the 19th, we’re at the Soho Playhouse in downtown Manhattan every Saturday at 10 pm. Tickets are on sale through the end of the year.

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It’s Almost FringeNYC Time

Categories: Latest News
Posted: July 15, 2013

It’s hard to believe that it’s been five years since my show, Ted Greenberg’s The Complete Performer, got its start at the 2008 New York International Fringe Festival. What a fun time and place to launch my show, which has run in downtown Manhattan ever since. I’m grateful to Elena Holy and Britt Lafield, two of the hardest working people in New York theater. Those two incredible people make FringeNYC happen year after year, bringing theater to tens of thousands of audience members and showcasing thousands of artists’ work.
Last week, FringeNYC announced the 185 shows that will be in this year’s festival. There is work from 13 countries and 17 states. Performances run August 9 through 25 at terrific theaters downtown, including The Lynn Redgrave Theater, The Connelly Theater, 440 Studios, and La MaMa. Tickets are $15 ($18 at the door) and go on sale July 19th at July 19 at www.FringeNYC.org or 866-468.7619.
I’m already planning the shows I’m going to see. Hope you’ll join me this year at FringeNYC.

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New York Celebrates Pride

Categories: Latest News
Posted: June 21, 2012

This weekend in New York City is one of the most entertaining, particularly for residents of downtown. That’s right it’s Pride Weekend when all of the rainbow flags fly from local establishments, the NYC Pride March struts down Fifth Avenue before ending just blocks from my apartment, and partying goes from a 10 to an 11.
Gay Pride Parade in NYC
The weekend is one wild celebration of LGBTQ rights, and a reason to stay in New York City at least one weekend during the summer. If you can, find a perch to watch the Parade on Sunday. As it winds down Fifth Avenue across Waverly through the West Village, it is a remarkable display of colorful floats, dance music, sculpted physiques and pure joy. A truly fun, raucous time in the middle of the day, which separates the Pride March in another way from the other West Village gathering — the Halloween Parade. The exuberance is contagious, and by the end of the Parade, you will be in love with at least one dance song you’d never heard before.
If you are among the thousands of people cheering on the sidelines this Sunday, look for me and the Mascot. He’s got great plans to bring back his Liberace jacket for ole times sake. I kinda miss that look from my weekly show Ted Greenberg’s The Complete Performer. He’s more dapper now, but definitely less flamboyant.
Ted Greenberg and his Mascot
You can learn more about its history at NYC Pride’s web site. See you Sunday.

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