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Today’s Groupon takes you out for an uproarious night on the town: $30 gets you dinner and a show at the upscale Comedy Works South, the intimate homestead of hilarity at The Landmark in Greenwood Village. Comedy Works is the cozy little club where Roseanne Barr got her start, and it regularly hosts world-famous comedians and showcases emerging comic talent.
This deal is good for one of five performances by South Philly–born-and-bred Dom Irrera, just choose a date from the list above. Irrera has a slew of impressive credits— The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart —but he’s also been on the stand-up circuit for decades, out-Italianing Don Corleone.
This deal gets you a spot in the preferred seating area, and includes a tasty dinner and non-alcoholic beverage to fuel your belly laughs (the harder stuff is available from Comedy Works’ friendly cocktail staff throughout the show). Arrive early and enter the raffle for free tickets to future shows.
Dom Irrera has been cracking up the critics for years. AskMen.com proclaims: > * When Irrera takes the stage, he does not simply get on it – he owns it – winning over fans and silencing critics along the way. – AskMen.com
Citysearchers and Yelpers find Comedy Works a great place for a laugh, giving it 3.5 stars: > * You get to feel raw comedy at its best. Comics love this room, its setup is perfect. If you come to a sold out show you will feel the energy in the room. – Brian R., Yelp > * As a comedy fan who has recently moved to Denver, I can assure those who have not been to Comedy Works that they are in for a treat. The quality of comedy is second to none…The Larimer Square showroom is intimate and one is only feet away from the comedian. – jlden, Citysearch > * The shows have been great for dates and typically have a nice mix of local commedians [sic] leading up to the headliners. – rtdavis, Citysearch
Sonny Crand: America's Angriest Mime
If you're in the mood for laughs, be sure to catch the hilarious comedy of Sonny Crand, America's Angriest Mime. Here are some reviews from Sonny's latest show, Stomachache Mimery:
Sonny opened the show by telling everyone to shut up, which seemed especially rude coming from a mime. He seemed very angry about something. – Marlo Cantrell, Seattle Tribune
Sonny talked throughout the performance and then drank most of my drink. When I protested, he mimed punching me and then actually struck my husband, Dan. – Stephanie Lane, Mime Month
Halfway through the show, Sonny left stage. When he came back five minutes later, he had clearly been crying. He spent the rest of the show playing "Smoke on the Water" on an acoustic guitar and complaining about not getting in to graduate school. – Keith Baxter, San Diego News