Master of the house: Jerry Seinfeld's best bits about being home
With new residency, comedian and native New Yorker to perform once a month at the Beacon Theater.
Beloved comedian Jerry Seinfeld is currently on tour making audiences laugh all over the world. He's performing in British Columbia, several U.S. cities, and this month will be giving four sold-out performances in Israel.
Now comes word that the 61-year-old will have a stand-up residency in New York City, performing once a month through June at New York's legendary Beacon Theater. In a statement, Seinfeld called the 2,800-seat theater his favorite place to perform in the city. "Comedians live for certain houses that just feel 'alive' for some reason," he said. "The Beacon is that place for me and I am so excited to make it my new home."
In celebration of the comedian's upcoming stand-up residency, entitled "Jerry Seinfeld: The Homestead," we've curated a number of classic "Seinfeld" moments that showcase Jerry's love of all things home.
'Why don't you give me your home number?'
'Master of the house, doling out the charm...'
'Are you telling me there's not one house to rent in all of Tuscany?'
'Believe it or not, George isn't at home...'
"So tonight, you hanging out?"
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