Standup comedians typically draw from real life, such as bad relationships or how the zoo is crazy. Life’s a riot with this GrouponLive deal to see Clint Coley’s “It’s All Love” at the Baobab Stage Theater on Thursday, February 14, at 8 p.m. Choose between the following options:
- For $12.50, you get general admission for two (a $25 value).
- For $25, you get general admission for four (a $50 value).<p>
The brainchild of host Clint Coley, the It’s All Love Comedy Series pays homage to the most romantic day of the year after Flag Day: Valentine’s Day. The evening is an offshoot of one of Coley’s other series—”Chill, It’s Just Jokes!”—which cycles through esteemed clubs across the US and Canada to showcase some of the best up-and-coming young standups. With a red-hot career that already includes opening for Kevin Hart, winning Amateur Night at the Apollo Theater, and netting a headlining special for Netflix, Coley tickles ribs and looks to introduce a new generation of laughcrafters, including Chinedu Unaka, Richard Taylor, and Tahir Moore, to his audiences.
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**[Chinedu Unaka](http://chineducomedy.com/)** Warning: contains coarse language ####Baobab Stage Theater Not many theater-company founders can say a tree inspired their mission statement. But at Baobab Stage Theater, the baobab tree—known for its sprawling canopy under which South African people would gather to share and communicate with each other—stands as a metaphor for their theatrical space. Here, artists of all types congregate to share their creations with one another, such as plays, dances, comedic sets, and music, strengthening the community in the process.