Ages 5 and up. Ages 5-17 must be accompanied by an adult.
Jerry Seinfeld began hitting the club circuit the night he graduated from Queens College. His comedic work paid off when he became a regular guest on Late Night With David Letterman and The Tonight Show.
Network and cable specials followed, and in 1990, he was given the creative outlet of a lifetime: his own network sitcom. With his partner Larry David, Seinfeld created a show about "nothing," devoting entire half hours to everything from waiting for a table in a Chinese restaurant to looking for a lost car in a mall garage.
By 1993, his eponymous off-beat TV series had become a huge hit, both with the critics and with viewers, and that year won the Emmy for best comedy series. The extraordinarily successful series remained at the top of the ratings going into its ninth, and final, season and reruns are a staple of television today.