What You'll Get
Today's side deal converts your good humor into laughs, which are then converted to DVD: for $199, you get a four-week stand-up-comedy workshop ($300) and an edited DVD of your debut performance ($100) from Page to the Stage (a $400 total value), which is inside the Los Angeles School of Comedy. This package includes four classes, held every Thursday at 7:30 p.m., where you'll develop material and a stage persona.
In addition to the four group classes, you'll receive one private, one-on-one personal coaching to help refine cadence and intonation, as well as access to lectures by drop-in special guests. After successfully completing the four classes, each graduating funny person will perform at one of Hollywood's local (and world-famous) comedy clubs, adding a backdrop of authenticity and awesomeness to each routine. Performances are filmed, edited down, and then willed onto a DVD, which is easy to copy, hand out, or use as a promotional Frisbee. After mastering the finer arts of stand-up, newfound class clowns will be able to convert any life experience into a laugh-a-minute explosion, such as eating a bowl of cereal hilariously.
Call ahead to register.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 4, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may purchase multiple as gifts. Must call to register; subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Los Angeles School of Comedy
The Los Angeles School of Comedy fills its studio spaces with classes in standup comedy, improv, and film and television acting. Resident comics Sunda Croonquist and James Harris share the knowledge they use at gigs at the Laugh Factory and writing for television, guiding their charges from building their acts to their first performances at Hollywood comedy clubs. Actors David Kano and Victor Cruz train screen workers of all ages in character development, scene study, and mock auditions.