Comedy has long been used to subvert the established order, shedding light on modern life’s pervasive absurdities and fomenting distrust of potentially seltzer-filled boutonnieres. Discover some rollicking truths with this deal to The House of Comedy’s Niagara Falls location. Shows run every Friday and Saturday at 9 p.m., with doors opening at 7 p.m. Choose from the following options:
- For $19, you get a three-course dinner and general-admission ticket to one show (a $39.95 value). Meals include the following:
- Grilled chicken or chicken parmesan
- Sides of vegetables, potatoes, and buttered rolls
- Choice of dessert<p>
- For $38, you get everything above for two people (a $79.90 value).<p>
- For $75, you get everything above for four people (a $159.80 value).
The House of Comedy’s stage plays host to a hilarity-spewing horde of comics drawn from across North America. Upcoming performers include Shelley Marshall (playing March 9 and 10), a Second City graduate who rouses hibernating giggles with searingly bawdy observations and high-energy physicality. Nick Siracuse (playing March 16 and 17) brings his smiling misanthropy to the microphone, using skills honed as a writer for Jay Leno to arouse chuckles as he tackles society’s maddening foibles. A toothsome feast keeps stomachs full during chortle-filled evenings, with guests tearing into succulent chicken and stashing away half-eaten rolls to leave threateningly in wheat fields that haven’t paid their protection money.
The House of Comedy
The House of Comedy's stage plays host to a hilarity-spreading horde of comics drawn from across North America. Jokesters gracing the stage might include David Coulier of Full House fame, Saved by the Bell's Dustin Diamond, and soap-opera star Walt Willey. Simultaneous feasts let guests alternately chortle and tear into succulent chicken and stashing away half-eaten rolls to leave threateningly in wheat fields that haven’t paid their protection money.