Jerry Seinfeld will perform a six-show residency at the Beacon Theatre in New York, the comedian announced Tuesday.
Titled “Jerry Seinfeld: The Home Stand,” the run will begin on Jan. 7.
“My favorite theater in New York to perform in has always been The Beacon,” Seinfeld said in a statement. “Comedians live for certain houses that just feel ‘alive’ for some reason. The Beacon is that place for me and I am so excited to make it my new home.”
The announcement was made at the landmark New York venue with Cablevision CEO Charles Dolan, whose company owns the theatre, and Knicks legend Clyde Frazier and ex-Met John Franco.
The 61-year-old is set to perform once a month, with shows on Feb. 18, Mar. 2, Apr. 15, May 5 and June 8.
Ticket prices for “Jerry Seinfeld: The Homestand” are $175, $99.50 and $79.
Seinfeld started his career by appearing on “The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson” in 1981. Then, eight years later, he collaborated with Larry David to create NBC’s “Seinfeld,” which ran for nine seasons and won several Emmys, Golden Globes and People’s Choice awards.