Adam Sank Returns with "Bad Dates" (LGBTQ Comedy Event)

Hey, Kids!

I'm happy to announce that I'm coming out of comedy retirement with a brand new show entitled, “Bad Dates: A One-Man Show About Many Men.” I'll be doing four performances this summer at the legendary Stonewall Inn in NYC. There's a chance I may be touring with the show elsewhere too, so stay tuned.

Here's the full press release:


Adam Sank in “Bad Dates: A One-Man Show About Many Men”


Thursday, July 13

Thursday, July 27

Thursday, Aug. 10

Thursday, Aug. 24

All performances start at 7:30PM sharp, doors open at 7:00.


Upstairs at the Stonewall Inn

53 Christopher Street

New York, NY 10014

How Much

$10 tickets + 2-drink minimum. Tickets available at:

About the Show:

Veteran comedian Adam Sank ("Last Comic Standing," "The Today Show," Vh-1's "I Love the 2000s") comes out of retirement with a new show about one gay man's fruitless 30-year-search for lasting love. From the boyfriend who kept stealing his Neosporin to the vanilla guy with the Christmas-tree-shaped member, Adam's dating stories are ribald and hilarious... until he turns the tables with one that is shocking and tragic.

"In that past, all my shows have been a random series of jokes, and one of the reasons I retired was because that was no longer satisfying," Sank says. "In returning to the stage, I wanted to try something different. 'Bad Dates' is about a single idea, which is the fact that I've spent half my life hunting for men, and what the cost of that is. And while I hope people laugh at most of the show, I'm also hoping they take away something genuine and heartfelt."

Ages 21 and over only. Graphic language and sensitive content. Audience discretion is advised.

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Adam Sank is a two-time Broadway World Cabaret Award winner and one of the most recognized and accomplished openly gay stand-up comics in the country. He has been featured on NBC's Last Comic Standing and The Today Show, FOX's Laughs, CBS News, Vh1's I Love the 2000s and Best Week Ever, CNN's @ThisHour, CNBC's Street Signs and truTV's World's Dumbest Criminals, along with countless appearances as both a guest and fill-in host on Sirius-XM satellite radio. 

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