In today’s world, people can no longer rely on court jesters to check meals for poison or retell Hamlet as a family comedy. Enjoy the versatility of more contemporary performers with this GrouponLive deal to Stanford’s Comedy Club. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get a comedy-show package for four (a $98 total value) that includes:
- Four reserved seating tickets to one show (an $88 value)
Two chips-and-dip appetizers (a $10 value)<p>
- For $39, you get a comedy show package for four (a $196 total value) that includes:
- Four reserved seating tickets to two different shows (a $176 value)
- Two chips-and-dip appetizers at each show (a $20 value)<p>
At Stanford’s Comedy Club, seasoned and upcoming comedians vie for patrons’ chuckles on the stage that launched the careers of notable funnymen Larry the Cable Guy, Lewis Black, and Lisa Lampanelli. On Wednesday–Sunday evenings, audiences file into the intimate showroom awaiting funny folks such as Chelsea Lately mainstay Josh Wolf (April 20–21), who mines humor-filled ore from his slightly befuddled attempts at being a good father, writing in Hollywood, and succeeding at standup comedy. Judy Tenuta’s (September 19–23) irrepressible energy spices up her hilarious routines, TJ Miller’s (September 26–29) sharp, dry wit engages audiences, and Bobcat Goldthwait (August 17–18) brings more than 30 years of comedy experience to the stage. Check out the full lineup of giggle-makers here.
Stanford’s Comedy Club, located in the Legends at Village West, prevails as one of the few comedy theaters to be built from the ground up. Like a Las Vegas showroom, the two-level structure is properly fortified to prevent contagious laughter from exploding into full-blown guffaw pandemics. This deal may be used with special events, which have limited availability. Although not included in this Groupon, food, cocktails, and nonflammable beverages are available at all shows.
Stanford & Sons Comedy Club
Originally opening in Westport in 1975, Stanford & Son's Comedy Club gave an early outlet to comedy giants such as Jerry Seinfeld and Roseanne. The club packs in up to 300 audience members for sets from a long list of up-and-comers as well as seasoned performers. The pros fish for chuckles during shows held Wednesday–Sunday; Thursdays also give novices the chance to try their hand at the club's open mic. All the while, drinks flow freely from two sizable bars.