Caroline Hirsch, the owner and founder of Carolines on Broadway, said that comedians are dying to get back to work.
"People are trying to hold on. They are doing free shows in the park, comedians are going online, and they are even doing shows in parking lots around New Jersey. Comedians are dying to work," said Hirsch while on the "Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning" show.
Len asked Caroline what she thought will happen with comedy clubs around the country.
"Since the middle of March we've been closed down and we don't see anytime in the near future that we are going to be able to open. We just can't socially distance in a club like Carolines. We are going to wait this out and see what happens to the restaurants but I don't see us opening until the beginning of next year," said Caroline.
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