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The Citiblog

This Week In Live NYC Performance
September 12, 2021, 8:51.01 pm ET


Photo: Bruce Glikas                                                                                          

Neal Brennan: Unacceptable: Proving that he’s a comedian’s comedian, Brennan’s now show at the Cherry Lane -- in which the comedian meticulously examines his own defects while attempting to understand his baffling inability to fit into a group – has already been seen by such geniuses as David Letterman, Stephen Colbert and Chris Rock. Now, it’s your turn (through November 21). www.UnacceptableShow.com

Lindsey Buckingham: The legendary guitarist and singer – for over 40 years one-fifth of pop supergroup Fleetwood Mac and the voice of such megahit singles as “Holiday Road” – makes a rare solo appearance at NYC’s Town Hall on September 16. You can get there your own way. www.thetownhall.org

Judy Gold: One of the funniest ladies on planet Earth, the Emmy Award-winning stand-up comic is sure to keep audiences laughing in the aisles, or at least in their seats, during her September 17 show at City Winery Hudson River Park’s intimate Loft space. www.citywinery.org

A Commercial Jingle for Regina Comet: Broadway favorites Alex Wyse and Ben Fankhauser are both the writers and stars of this new Off-Broadway musical at the DR2 (beginning on September 17) about a pair of jingle writers who are chosen to help a pop diva (played by the always fabulous Bryonha Marie Parham) create a new anthem for her – and her new perfume. www.telecharge.com

Dave Koz and Friends: Renowned jazz icon Dave Koz (best known to 1990s daytime drama fans for composing the then-theme to “General Hospital”) makes a rare NYC appearance at the new Palladium Times Square on September 18. He will be joined by Grammy Award winning saxophonist Kirk Whalum, two-time Grammy nominated saxophonist and vocalist Mindi Abair and emerging jazz artist Vincent Ingala. www.marqueeconcerts.com

Alison Arngrim: Confessions of a Prairie Bitch: The actually delightful actress – who so convincingly played “Little House on the Prairie” mean girl Nellie Oleson -- brings her uproarious, dirt-dishing solo show to downtown’s Caveat on September 19. www.eventbrite.com