Thu, Apr 20, 2023
Fri, Apr 21, 2023
Sat, Apr 22, 2023
Dr. Grins Comedy Club
All shows are 18+ with no exceptions.
10:30 Shows are 21+ | For immediate entry, please show tickets to security at the door.
Please arrive no later than 30 minutes prior to showtime.
Tickets are available up to 90 minutes before the scheduled showtime. All tickets must be viewable on your mobile device. Remaining tickets will be available when doors open for seating.
Please save your ticket by clicking "PRINT YOUR TICKETS" in the confirmation email. Guests unable to print or save their tickets must bring a valid ID with the name used for purchase.
Groups of 5+ may make a reservation after purchasing tickets via Dr Grins page at TheBOB.com.
(2) Drink purchase minimum (Includes non-alcoholic). Unfortunately, Dr. Grins is unable to offer dinner service. We’re working on it!
A 20% service charge is applied to all drink tabs; split evenly amongst our service staff.
For further assistance please email our general manager. Alex@gilmorec.com
Caitlin Peluffo is a stand-up comic, actor and writer living in New York City. She recently made her network television debut on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and has been seen on NBC Seeso’s “New York’s Funniest” as well as the Comcast Network as a finalist in the ‘Trial By Laughter Comedy Competition.’ Peluffo is a regular in the NYC comedy scene performing in clubs like New York Comedy Club and Stand Up NY, and was recently featured in the Carolines on Broadway Breakout Artist Series.
She has performed in festivals across the country like the Limestone Comedy Festival, Brooklyn Comedy Festival, Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, Laugh Your Asheville Off, Accidental Comedy Festival, All Jane Comedy Festival, Women in Comedy Festival, Maine Comedy Festival, and was runner up in the Finger Lakes, San Diego, and the Stand Up NY Comedy Competitions. This past January she performed in San Francisco’s Sketchfest in the Audible’s Fresh Voices Showcase and was featured on both Sirius XM’s “Raw Dog” and Audible’s “Punchlines.”