Comedy Clubs in Rolling Meadows


Improv-Comedy Show with Popcorn Through July 31 (Up to 50% Off)

Laugh Out Loud Theater

Laugh Out Loud Theater

Improvisers can perform shows with spontaneous scenes, games, and songs

$22 $11

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All the Way One Hunnid Showcase 4: Can't Stop Won't Stop at North Bar on Saturday, May 9 (Up to 52% Off)

All The Way One Hunnid Comedy Showcase 4: Cant stop wont stop

North Bar

A lineup of comedians make a point of unapologetically addressing the controversies behind the latest headlines

$31.54 $15

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SPC Improv Presents "The Champion Of Champions" at Blokes and Birds on March 14–May 9 (Up to 50% Off)

"The Champion Of Champions"

Blokes & Birds

Improv troupe pits four actors against each other in an off-the-cuff battle to see who’s the funniest

$24 $12

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"The Power of Prom" or "Trigger Happy" at The Annoyance Theatre, March 27–May 30 (Up to 43% Off)

The Annoyance Theatre

The Annoyance Theater

1980s musical comedy or long-form improvisation show from venerated comedy theater

$21 $12

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Seandale's 10 Year Comedy Explosion Starring Red Grant on Saturday, May 30 (Up to 41% Off)

Seandale's 10 Year Comedy Explosion Starring Red Grant

Harold Washington Cultual Center

Comedian who has appeared on HBO, Showtime, and Comedy Central headlines a celebration of Seandale and RawRadio’s first decade on the air

$28.99 $17

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Standup Comedy Show and Appetizer for Two or Four at The Comedy Bar (Up to 56% Off)

The Comedy Bar

The Comedy Bar at Gino's East River North

National headliners and up-and-coming comedians take the stage at legendary club’s new space inside Gino’s East River North

$55.18 $25

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Comedy Show with Optional VIP Seating at Laugh Factory (Up to 50% Off)

Laugh Factory

Laugh Factory

Large lineups of top local standup talent, comedic storytelling, and themed shows such as the Facebook-centric Social Takeover

$20 $10

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  • Laugh Out Loud
    Laugh Out Loud Theater sprays the suburban fringes of Chicago with a thick foam of world-class improv comedy. An extensive, experienced cast brings a highly interactive, audience-assisted experience to the intimate Schaumburg stage, drawing on hive-mind suggestions to kick off its inevitably LOL-worthy sketches. Shows rely heavily on audience participation, and LOL's indefatigable ad-libbers make it a point to invite willing audience members up on stage to help them achieve exponential levels of funny. Though eschewing egregiously blue humor, Improv for Grownups' cast refuses to turn down any suggestion, no matter how risqu?, which leads to raunchy riffs that retain the group's trademark wit. On Thursdays, Prime Time performances mix the group's regular ensemble members with in-training improvisers, delighting audiences while giving tomorrow's rib-ticklers on-the-job training. Laugh Out Loud Theater has a full kitchen and bar?and there is no drink minimum?so guests can fill guts until they bust with each new course during the night's improvised feast of tomfoolery. Well-suited for date nights, group outings, or a way-funnier-than-usual family-bonding experience, Laugh Out Loud's improv comedy will inspire even the most nonspontaneous audience members to put down their cue cards and bust out a few jokes of their own.
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    The Streets of Woodfield
    Schaumburg, IL US
  • Hemmens Cultural Center
    Whose Line Is It Anyway? stars Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood tickle ribs in an evening of improvised comedy. Starting with suggestions form the audience, Mochrie and Sherwood fashion witty sketches that free guffaws from bellies and remind sad clowns what they've given up for their craft. Interactivity spices up the evening, with the comedic pair calling audience members to the stage to assist in chuckle-making scenes. The Hemmens Cultural Center ensconces guests in main-floor seats guaranteed to be within 100 feet of the stage, affording straight sightlines to onstage action and comfortable distance from the occasional gargoyle infestations of the balcony.
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    45 Symphony Way
    Elgin, IL US
  • GreenRoom Productions
    Formed by a group of Judson University playmakers more than a decade ago, GreenRoom Productions delights showgoers with full seasons of musicals, plays, improv, and original sketch comedy. GreenRoom's signature 90-minute Unscripted Improv Show employs its side-splitters to mine the audience for laugh-affirming anecdotes before transforming them into hilarious, family-friendly narratives devoid of plodding preshow speeches from scarf-ensconced authors. Each improv show boasts competing teams, improvised songs, and audience participation for those foolish enough to look performers in the eyes. Live music soundtracks the evening and patrons can fill laugh lairs with vittles and drinks from the on-site concession stand.
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    45 Symphony Way
    Elgin, IL US
  • The Evolution of Comedy Tour 2012
    Headlined by a trio of brainy joke crafters, The Evolution of Comedy Tour skewers superstition and politics from the storied stage of Laffs Comedy Caffe. Ian Harris, Jason Resler, and Maurice Northup combine skepticism, rationality, and humor to roast commonly held beliefs in the tradition of no-holds-barred social commentary. T-shirts emblazoned with the tour's logo demonstrate the wearer's logical inclinations and fear of exposing long-regretted flat-Earth chest tattoos. Over its comic-hosting career, spanning back to 1989, the brick-backed stage of Laffs Comedy Caffe has seen the observations of such beloved jokesters as Jerry Seinfeld, Mitch Hedberg, and Robin Williams.
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    7574 N Lincoln Ave.
    Skokie, IL US
  • Wilmette Theatre
    Renovated in 2006, the nearly century-old Wilmette Theatre entertains theatergoers with a rotating slate of current and classic offerings, including Hollywood blockbusters and niche art films. Cylindrical light from a whirring projector flickers across two auditoriums, where movie-going duos can snack on buttery tubs of popcorn while sipping a soda and whispering spoilers into the facility’s pristine Soundfold curtain. The Wilmette underwent a key renovation in 2006, fortifying the century-old venue’s commitment to quality art with fresh coats of paint, an overhauled concessions center, and screenings of feature-length still lifes.
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    1122 Central Ave.
    Wilmette, IL US
  • Leon Hughes' Coasters
    When it originally opened in 1929, the Raue Center For The Arts was dubbed "El Tovar," though no one knew what that meant?it was jut a term overheard by one of the venue's founders on a trip to the west coast. Regardless of its meaning (or lack of one), the name seemed to accurately define the theater's elegance, from the star-filled sky of its ceiling to the facades of Spanish buildings lining its walls. El Tovar drifted into deterioration over the years, undergoing several different monikers as it switched from owner to owner. Luckily, a generous bequest from Crystal Lake resident Lucile Raue led to a much-needed restoration. A two-year renovation left the theater looking as glamorous as it did when it was El Tovar?seats were reupholstered, and every android usher received an oil change.
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    26 N Williams St.
    Crystal Lake, IL US

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