Manhattan Comedy School Makes The News

"The stage. the lights. the audience. it’s never easy performing for the first time," says Pix11, New York's TV news channel in a new article about Manhattan Comedy School.

The article tells the stories of Sumi Vatsa, a new student in the program who said she's ready and excited. Paul Lutvak, another student, said he felt a flood of excitement, but that he may be a little sick. Doing big things leads to big emotions.

Andy Engel's school has helps many reach their dreams such as Emma Willman and Carmen Lynch, both were featured on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert in the last six months. 

As the article says, Manhattan Comedy offers a six-week program that will help take any aspiring comedian from speaking in front of their mirror to speaking in front of a studio audience. Check out more info about classes here.

While there is much hard work in between those two places, one won't be alone. As Paul Lutvak said, our classes have a way of ""drawing [students] together and rooting for each other.""

It's no surprise that Manhattan Comedy School is again making headlines with recent appearances at its New Talent shows including Jerry Seinfeld and Jim Gaffigan.  If you think you've got what it takes, see more info here.

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