When Jerry Seinfeld, Robin Williams, Ray Romano and other equally famous, New York-based comedians decide to “try out” material in front of an audience, they usually drop into this basement room in the Village. On nights when these “biggies” don’t make an appearance (and their sets are never advertised in advance), newer headliners take the stage. In general, the comedy is more “blue” (read: vulgar) than at Carolines or Gotham.