Mo Mandel

Mo Mandel

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About Mo Mandel

We are now selling entire tables:
Two Options:
Two Person Shared (Not private)
Four Person Table
The 2 Person Shared Table section is NOT a private table. You will be seated with other guests from a separate party at the same table.
NEED AN INDIVIDUAL TICKET?
A limited number of Individual tickets will be available for presale under the SHOWROOM option.
The SHOWROOM individual section is NOT a private table. You will be seated with other guests from a separate party at the same table.
If available, additional individual tickets will also be sold at the door the night of the show.
Our Seating is Now Done by the Date and Time of the Ticket Purchase/Reservation. You will be Assigned Tables by Purchase Date.
We will automatically seat reservations together that have the same first and last name.
If You Wish to Sit with Another Party. You Must Call the Box Office in Advance. 518-313-7484, Monday – Friday 11:00am-6:00pm. Holidays may affect these hours.



Mo Mandel has been on fire on all fronts. Along with making recent appearances on CBS’S hit show, 2 BROKE GIRLS, and COMEDY CENTRAL’S new sitcom, CORPORATE, Mo was the head writer for THEO VON’S pilot MAN UP on COMEDY CENTRAL, and the series that he created and executive produced, COMEDY KNOCKOUT, shot and aired nearly 100 episodes for truTV. Best know for making over 40 appearances on CHELSEA LATELY and hosting truTV’s BARMAGEDDON, Mo has also made numerous appearances on CONAN, THE LATE LATE SHOW, has a half hour special on COMEDY CENTRAL, and has even been a guest on big podcasts like ADAM COROLLA, THE FIGHTER AND THE KID, YOUR MOM’S HOUSE, BERTCAST, and JUICY SCOOP. In the past, Mandel has acted on such hit shows as MODERN FAMILY, CASTLE, HAPPY ENDINGS, and was one of the leads of NBC’S comedy FREE AGENTS, opposite Hank Azaria. Most recently Mo created, hosted, and executive produced a special for The Discovery Channel called “Small Town Throwdown” which also saw him writing columns for USA TODAY.