Although not one of the five traditional senses, a sense of humor is the only thing that allows humans to answer knock-knocks at the door. You’re there with this GrouponLive deal to a comedy show presented by Treehouse Comedy Productions. Choose from the following options:
- For $15, you get two tickets to a show at Lorenzo’s Ristorante Italiano in West Haven (a $30 value). Choose from the following dates:
- Friday, April 6, at 9 p.m.
- Friday, April 13, at 9 p.m.
Friday, April 27, at 9 p.m. <p>
- For $17, you get two tickets to a show at the Butterfield 8 in Stamford (a $35 value). Choose between the following dates:
- Saturday, April 7, at 9 p.m.
- Saturday, April 14, at 9 p.m. <p>
The chuckle connoisseurs at Treehouse Comedy Productions have brought laugh-worthy comics to their stages for more than 25 years, giving an audience to future standup-comedy legends such as Rosie O’Donnell, John Stewart, and Jay Leno. Treehouse continues its commitment to busting guts with a calendar of upcoming shows that includes Comedy Central veteran Bill Santiago (April 6–7), who brings a neurotic edge while reflecting on growing up as a Puerto Rican in New York. Kevin Downey, Jr. (April 13–14), on the other hand, cracks macabre one-liners delivered with a distinctively belligerent yell that has been featured on HBO and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. Mike P. Burton (April 27), erstwhile warm-up guy for Rachel Ray, uses a sensibility molded by a childhood in the South and an adulthood in New York to launch hilarious jeremiads about children, relationships, and society’s foibles.
Treehouse Comedy Productions
As the first full-time comedy showcase in Connecticut, Treehouse Comedy Productions has curated stunning selections of world-class standups for more than three decades. The heavy hitters in the Treehouse family tree include Rosie O'Donnell, Jon Stewart, Bill Maher, Chris Rock, Gilbert Gottfried, and Jerry Seinfeld, who once bid farewell to standup at Treehouse gig just before his TV show, That's So Jerry!, became a hit. With roving locations at area restaurants and casinos, the arbiters of spit-takes continue to cull the sharpest cut-ups in the country for weekly showcases.