Comedy at the Carlson breathes life, laughter into former vacant building
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- The Comedy at the Carlson is one of the newer businesses that have moved into the century old Stromberg-Carlson building in Rochester.
“When you come in here forget about your week, let us take over,” said operations manager Mark Ippolito.
While it has only been open for a couple of months popular interest in the venue has prompted them to add something else to the club.
The comedy club has started renovating a new intimate space for live musical entertainment.
Managers say construction on the live entertainment room should be done in about four or five weeks.