Some of the generous press we’ve gotten

The Ivy League of Comedy in The Journal News“Ivy League Humor: Blue-Blooded, But Not Blue”
Journal News

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The Ivy League of Comedy in the Lehigh Valley Press, covering them at the State Theatre“Late-night comics make it at State”
Lehigh Valley Press
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Ivy League comedian Shaun Eli is the cover story in the Christian Science Monitor

“Second Acts:
The Job Shifters”
Christian Science Monitor
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Nasdaq article on Shaun Eli leaving Wall Street for the stage“More Tales of Bliss After Wall Street”


CNN covers Shaun Eli's great job as a stand-up comedian“7 Jobs That Pay You To Play All Day”

Westchester Magazine article on comedian Shaun Eli“Funny Business”
Westchester Magazine

Daily Pennsylvanian article on comedy including comedian Shaun Eli“Students Take a Comedic Turn”
Daily Pennsylvanian
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Philadelphia Inquirer front-page article on The Ivy League of Comedy“Two Shows, Lots of Laughs”
Philadelphia Inquirer

Yale Daily News article on Ivy League comedian Shaun Eli“The Education of an Ivy League Comedian”
Yale Daily News

Riverdale Press writes about The Ivy League of Comedy's clean shows“Clean Comedy Coming to Riverdale”
Riverdale Press

 CT Post article on Ivy League of Comedy comedian Joe DeVitoHeady Night of Laughs”
CT Post
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Here’s a promotion put together a few years ago for a particular show- not every show is all Ivy-educated comedians who quit Wall Street or a law firm, and we actually make a good living at this:

Ivy Standup, “The Ivy League of Comedy”sm:  The show features clean, clever stand-up comedy performed by those best qualified to be snobby and brag about it— professional comedians who went to Ivy League schools.  And then disappointed their parents by quitting Wall Street or the law firm to tell jokes to drunks for less money than you can imagine anyone living on in NYC.

This provides a perfect opportunity for you to impress your date with how well-connected you are.  She may even believe that you finished college despite the fact that it’s only your high school diploma that you display on your bathroom wall.

And since the comics are clean you don’t have to worry about any content offending her, at least until you open your mouth afterwards and dirty words come spilling out.  But by then she’ll be convinced that you’re smart and erudite, especially if you manage to work words like ‘erudite’ into your pre-show conversation and ply her with some fancy drinks from the club’s impressive drink menu, as per the two drink minimum.

Ivy Stand-up
The Smartest You’ll Ever Laughsm