Bay Street Theatre’s Comedy Club summer festival of laughs brings some of stand-up comedy’s biggest names to the Sag Harbor stage.
First up is Richard Belzer, who plays Det. Munch on “Law & Order: SVU,” one of a record-setting 10 series' the character has appeared in if you count all the “Law & Orders.” Munch, originated on “Homicide: Life in the Streets,” has also been seen on “The Wire,” “The X Files,” “Arrested Development,” “The Beat,” “M.O.N.Y.” and “Sesame Street.” He plays Bay Street July 2.
Next up is Patton Oswalt, recently a featured comic on HBO and Comedy Central, July 11, followed by Fred Armisen of “Saturday Night Live” on July 18 and Patrice O’Neil of “One Night Stand” and “Def Comedy Jam” on July 25.
August brings Elayne Boosler, the first female comic to get her own cable special, to Sag Harbor on the 15th. Tom Papa, host of TV’s “The Marriage Ref,” makes a return engagement to Bay Street on Aug. 22. Comedienne Andrea Martin, a Tony winner for “My Favorite Year,” winds up the series Aug. 29 with a performance of her one-woman show “Final Days! Everything Must Go!.”
Tickets ($65) are on sale now; baystreet.org, 631-725-9500.