Standup comedians connect to their audience by sharing unflinchingly honest details about their lives, such as how they recently got divorced or how they just replaced your martini with expired orange juice.. Listen to some confessions with this GrouponLive deal.
Standup comedians often bridge the gap between audience and performer by engaging the audience with personal questions, waging war with hecklers, and admitting when they might actually be your dad. Get intimate with the art of comedy with this GrouponLive deal.
- $7.50 for one ticket to a comedy show (up to $17.83 value)
- When: Monday, January 27, at 8 p.m.
- Where: Comic Strip Live
- Seating: General admission. Reservations are recommended.
- Door time: 7:30 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.<p>
Chris and Tony Rock’s younger brother proves that comic chops run in the family.
Warning: contains confessions of carnal acts set to the music of Justin Bieber
Sirius XM’s Raw Dog Comedy Radio regular and host of the Slam Pig Podcast Warning: contains salty language and might touch a nerve with some Facebook users
"NY’s Funniest" finalist at the NY Comedy Festival and winner of “Philly’s Phunniest” at Helium Comedy Club in 2011 Warning: contains a blue streak of blue language, and makes a good point about ads for depression medication
* Cory Jarvis * Paul Spratt * James Goff * Laura Prangley * Mathew NewBerger