Radio City Music Hall | New York City, New York
Larks, japes, dares and double-dares abound as the Tenderloins (aka the cast of Tru TV's Impractical Jokers) are headed to Radio City Music Hall on Sunday 19th January 2020 for the second in two back-to-back shows as part of their Cranjis McBasketball World Tour! From the risky to the nutty to the downright stupid, nothing is off-limits for these professional tricksters, so get ready to laugh, cringe and gasp as they bring their crazy comedy antics to the stage!
Best known for being the stars and creators of TruTV's popular television series Impractical Jokers, The Tenderloins are an American sketch and improv comedy troupe that formed in 1999. The group consists of comedians Joseph "Joe" Gatto, James "Murr" Murray, Brian "Q" Quinn, and Salvatore "Sal" Vulcano, and was started by Murray, Vulcano and Gatto, along with friends Mike Boccio and Gideon Horowitz, upon graduating high school together on Staten Island. Throughout the early-200s, the group made a name for themselves on the New York City comedy circuit, and in 2006, began posting videos of their comedy sketches on YouTube, MySpace, Metacafe, and other websites. A year after they began posting online, they won the NBC It’s Your Show competition with the sketch "Time Thugs", taking home a $100,000 grand prize. Not long after winning the competition, the group had a short-lived television deal with Spike TV. In 2011, they were picked up for a different television series with TruTV, which became the hidden camera practical joke series and worldwide hit Impractical Jokers.