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.
- Admission to a ComedyJuice standup comedy show
- When: any show of your choice through February 12, 2014. Shows are held on Wednesdays at 10 p.m.
- Where: Hollywood Improv
- Section: general admission
- Door time: 9 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the calendar of upcoming comedians.<p>
- $14 for two tickets (up to a $36 value)
- $28 for four tickets (up to a $72 value)
- $42 for six tickets (up to a $108 value)<p>
A two-item per person minimum applies, not included in this Groupon.<p>
Owen Benjamin (October 16)
Sometimes seated behind a piano, Owen Benjamin is a regular correspondent on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, performed on MTV’s Punk’d, stars in TBS’ Sullivan and Son, and has performed his own one-hour special on Comedy Central.<p>
Warning: contains swearing, sexual situations, sweeping stereotypes, and the secret to controlling men<p>
**[Theo Von](http://gr.pn/UDFJx0) (October 23)**
Creator of CrankTexts.com; host of Yahoo’s Primetime in No Time and TBS' Just Deal With It; seen on Comedy Central with his own half-hour comedy special, Last Comic Standing; seen on MTV’s Road Rules.
Warning: contains harsh language and manipulation of those who text wrong numbers
**[Chris D'Elia](http://chrisdelia.com/) (October 16)**
Co-star of Whitney, but also has been known to appear on Workaholics and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Warning: contains good-natured ethnic stereotypes and some admirable crowd work
Other recent and upcoming acts include: * Mo Mandel from Chelsea Lately, Conan, and her own Comedy Central half-hour special * Melissa Villasenor from America's Got Talent * Pete Holmes from The Pete Holmes Show, Conan, and his ownComedy Central half-hour special
At the Hollywood 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 graced the Improv club stages. 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.