Laughing uproariously in public is sometimes inappropriate, which is why people feel most comfortable laughing in comedy clubs or into a jar in the bathroom. Let it all out with this GrouponLive deal.
- General admission for two or four
- When: Any show through Sunday, June 30
- Doors open: one hour prior to show time
- Ticket values include all fees
- See the full schedule for show times<p>
- $19 for two people (up to a $44 value)
- $29 for four people (up to an $88 value)<p>
Sarcasm Comedy Club requires a two-item minimum purchase per guest, which is not included in this Groupon.
Dennis Blair (April 20)
Emmy award-winning writer behind Confessions of a Standup.<p>
**[Mike Vecchione](http://mikevecchione.com/) (April 27)**
As seen on Comedy Central, Last Comic Standing, and The Tonight Show.
Warning: contains adult humor and strong opinions about Tupac
**[Don Jamieson](http://www.donjamieson.com/) (May 18)**
Host of VH1's That Metal Show
Warning: contains coarse language and descriptions of flagrant flouting of the rules of a certain famous board game.
Sarcasm Comedy Club
“This ‘PC’ world has never been more ready for Sarcasm,” exclaims Sarcasm Comedy Club founder Steve Trevelise. The WIP radio personality and veteran comedian, who honed his emceeing and managerial chops at the esteemed Catch a Rising Star, believes that “the comedy stage is the last place for freedom of speech.” Although some shows are rated PG and some are hard Rs, Sarcasm Comedy Club refuses to sanitize its performers for sensitive ears. For those who can take a joke, the uncensored humor hub’s calendar offers two Saturday-night shows per week that spotlight local cutups and national headliners. Those who dream of becoming comedians themselves can enlist in the Sarcasm Comedy School, in which they’ll learn the craft of standup, including joke writing, audience mining, and how to make your own heckler spray.