Seinfeld asked if the Comedy Club could reopen at 7pm. He said, “Yes,” he wrote.
Seinfeld told WCBS that the energy of performance is obvious.
Seinfeld said: “It feels like being electrocuted.” “The moment you laugh, you will forget every problem you have encountered.”
Peter Arroyo, the patron of Brooklyn, was pleased with Shengfield’s surprise.
Arroyo said: “He made a new joke, which is really surprising.” “He is still as funny as ever.”
Club owner Christopher Mazzilli said he was happy to put the club back into operation again.
He told WCBS that being able to reopen with a limited capacity is a welcome surprise.
Mazzilli said: “A few months ago, I think there will be another six or seven months.” “So, we are now open to the facts, [I’m] Really, my staff and I are very excited about this. “
Sunfield has been rooted in New York since the beginning
Seinfeld is a Brooklyn native and has always believed that he believes the city will recover from the pandemic.
He said: “If you are okay, we will continue to engage with New York City.” “And will definitely come back again. Because all the real, difficult New Yorkers, unlike you, like and understand it, they stayed and rebuilt it.
“See you at the club.”