Many standup comedians offer hilarious observations about everyday things, such as how men and women are different or why we should live in constant fear of the all-powerful sun's unchecked control over our feeble planet. Laugh away your worries with this GrouponLive deal to see a comedy showcase at the Brea Improv. For $32, you get a comedy-show package (up to a $144 total value). The package includes:
- Two tickets to a comedy show, not including special events listed in red on the calendar (up to a $48 value). All seating is first come, first served. Comedy shows require a two-item minimum per person (not included in this deal).
- Two vouchers per person–four vouchers total–to attend future shows, not including special events (up to a $96 value).
Groupon holders may attend sets from the diverse line-up of certified funny people here.
Pete Correale (April 11–14)
As seen on Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and Last Call with Carson Daly
Warning: contains humor about heavy drinking and an analogy to prostitution
Bryan Callen (May 2–5)
MADtv alumnus also seen on Sex and the City and Late Show with David Letterman
Warning: contains profanity and an enthusiastic attempt at a Scottish accent
Edwin San Juan (May 23–26)
As seen on many USO tours, Comedy Central, BET, and the Showtime comedy special Edwin San Juan Presents: Pacific Rim Comedy
Warning: contains racial humor and jokes about eating pets
At the Brea Improv, comics lure laughs from deep within bellies as they follow in the footsteps of standup legends such as Ellen DeGeneres, Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, and Dave Chappelle, all of whom have performed at the Improv’s chain of comedy clubs. The club's calendar schedules comedians as often as seven nights a week, alternating between big-name headliners and up-and-coming funsters who tickle funny bones with fresh material, abundant energy, and feathered reflex hammers. Comedy fans can also savor Brea Improv's recurring resident shows, such as Richard Villa's Refried Tuesdays, or Saturday night’s Slanted Comedy, one of the longest-running Asian-comedy shows in the family of Improv clubs. Audience members munch on savory appetizers, such as spinach-and-artichoke dip or fried calamari, while sipping cocktails to avoid eye contact with the giant rubber chicken sitting at the next table.