Comedians Bryan Cransten and Michael J.-R from AMC’s “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul” will perform in New York City for their upcoming standup comedy show at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
They’ll perform at the Broadway Theatre on Wednesday, May 13 at 7 p.m.
Tickets for the show are $25 for students, $30 for adults, $40 for seniors, $50 for people with disabilities.
The show will be led by former “The Colbert Report” host Michael J., who will be joined by former MTV TV host and current “Tonight Show” host Chris Hardwick and former “Late Show” cast member Jason Alexander.
“I think you will see the best of comedy,” J.-r said.
“This is the most talented, creative group of people in the country.
And the most successful comedy club in the world.”
J.- R also is currently the founder and executive producer of the NYC-based “Laughing Coffin.”
“I want to make it a home for the comedians who’ve never been anywhere else,” he said.
The cast will also be joined on stage by the New York-based comedian, writer and actor Daniel Tosh.
J.- r, who was in Los Angeles during the filming of “Better Calls Saul,” will be in the audience.
His performance is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.b.m., and the show will air on Thursday, May 14 at 7pm.
The Brooklyn Academy is a program of the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
J-R, who is the son of actor Richard J. J. Raskin, said he has not yet decided how to pay for his performance.
He said he wants to make the comedy club a safe place for everyone.
“We want to have a fun, safe place where people feel comfortable coming to see what we do,” J- R said.
His appearance in New Jersey is his first time performing in New Yorks, but he said he would likely perform anywhere in the city.
J R has appeared in a variety of films and television shows, including “Cheers,” “Dirty Jobs,” “The Simpsons,” “Family Ties,” “Hercules” and many others.
“Bryan has a great sense of humor, he’s a talented writer and I hope he can bring something to the table that we can all relate to,” said his friend, writer, director and producer Kevin Costner, who wrote and produced the film “The Last Days of Summer.”
“We’ve all had our favorite TV shows, movies and books, and it’s a privilege to be able to have this experience with Bryan and his family,” Costner added.
The comedy club will feature comedy routines by the likes of Mike Myers, Billy Crystal, Michael Stuhlbarg, Tim Robbins, Michael Ian Black, Adam Sandler and many more.
It will also feature performances by members of the “Better call Saul” cast, including Hank Azaria, John Goodman, Mike Ehrmantraut, Peter Dinklage, Gillian Anderson, Bryan Cranwell, Aaron Paul, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Michael Pena, Rosario Dawson, Rosanna Arquette, Jonathan Banks, Riz Ahmed, David Cross, Michael McKean, Bryan Sogard, Mike Kelly, Peter Sarsgaard, Samira Wiley, Sarah Paulson, Bryan Wilson, Jason Alexander, John de Lancie, Paul F. Hall, Bryan Fuller, Aaron Jackson and more.
“The comedy club is a huge part of my life,” J R said in a statement.
“It’s been a huge privilege and honor to be an integral part of this incredibly talented group.
We are looking forward to celebrating this great time with some great comedians.”
“It is great to be back in New Orleans, it’s been an absolute pleasure, it was a great weekend, I had the best time,” J.R. said.
A photo posted by Michael J R (@michaeljr) on May 13, 2017 at 5:26pm PDT J R added that he and his castmates have been working on a new show, “Better Comedy,” which he hopes will be released in the coming months.
“There’s been no plan at all,” he added.
“At this point, we have been in discussions for a while and hope to get the show out soon.”