Comedy Clubs in Bensenville


Stage 773: Chicago Comedy Scene Radio Presents at Stage 773

Chicago Comedy Scene Radio Presents at Stage 773

Stage 773

Lakeview

$10 $8.50

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The Comedy Bar: Standup Comedy Show and Appetizer for Two or Four at The Comedy Bar (Up to 56% Off)

Standup Comedy Show and Appetizer for Two or Four at The Comedy Bar (Up to 56% Off)

The Comedy Bar

Gino's East River North

National headliners and up-and-coming comedians take the stage at legendary club’s new space inside Gino’s East River North

$55.18 $25

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Under the Gun Theater: Improv or Scripted Comedy for One, Two, or Four at Under the Gun Theater (Up to 50% Off)

Improv or Scripted Comedy for One, Two, or Four at Under the Gun Theater (Up to 50% Off)

Under the Gun Theater

Lakeview

Improv inspired by audience members, diverse standup performances, and other innovative forms of stage comedy

$12 $8

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"Baby Wants Candy": "Baby Wants Candy" at the Apollo Theater on Select Performances, June 12–August 28 (Up to 50%Off)

"Baby Wants Candy" at the Apollo Theater on Select Performances, June 12–August 28 (Up to 50%Off)

"Baby Wants Candy"

Apollo Theater

Backed by a full band, improvisers create a 60-minute musical based on a title suggestion from the audience

$20 $10

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Bobby J Coleman: Bobby J. Coleman Standup Comedy at Jokes and Notes Comedy Club on August 27 (Up to 33% Off)

Bobby J. Coleman Standup Comedy at Jokes and Notes Comedy Club on August 27 (Up to 33% Off)

Bobby J Coleman

Jokes and Notes

Kansas City-born comedian seen on Comicview, A Comic’s Hustle, and his own special Good N the Hood

$15 $10

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"Bye Bye Liver: The Chicago Drinking Play": "Bye Bye Liver: The Chicago Drinking Play" at The Public House Theatre on July 10–August 29 (Up to 50% Off)

"Bye Bye Liver: The Chicago Drinking Play" at The Public House Theatre on July 10–August 29 (Up to 50% Off)

"Bye Bye Liver: The Chicago Drinking Play"

The Public House Theatre

A troupe performs an interactive comedy show inspired by drinking, barhopping, and male-female relations

$18 $9

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Michael Blackson and Friends: Michael Blackson and Friends at Harold Washington Cultural Center on Saturday, September 12 (Up to 37% Off)

Michael Blackson and Friends at Harold Washington Cultural Center on Saturday, September 12 (Up to 37% Off)

Michael Blackson and Friends

Harold Washington Cultual Center

With his own unique lingo and style of dress, “The African King of Comedy” nabs laughs with skills he honed on Chappelle’s Show and HBO

$55.76 $35

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Laugh Factory: Comedy Show with Optional VIP Seating at Laugh Factory (Up to 43% Off)

Comedy Show with Optional VIP Seating at Laugh Factory (Up to 43% Off)

Laugh Factory

Chicago

Large lineups of top local standup talent, comedic storytelling, and themed shows such as the Facebook-centric Social Takeover

$20 $12

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Riddles Comedy Club: Standup for Two and Tickets to a Future Show at Riddles Comedy Club (Up to 75% Off)

Standup for Two and Tickets to a Future Show at Riddles Comedy Club (Up to 75% Off)

Riddles Comedy Club

Alsip

Weekend sets from nationally touring comedians such as Brian Hicks and Jay Washington

$75 $19

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  • Laugh Out Loud Theater
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Laugh Out Loud Theater facet_type_id: ba86e0f0-99fd-1032-8fbf-0cdb1269090d html_text: |- Laugh Out Loud Theater sprays the suburban fringes of Chicago with a thick foam of world-class improv comedy. An extensive, experienced cast brings a highly interactive, audience-assisted experience to the intimate Schaumburg stage, drawing on hive-mind suggestions to kick off its inevitably LOL-worthy sketches. Shows rely heavily on audience participation, and LOL's indefatigable ad-libbers make it a point to invite willing audience members up on stage to help them achieve exponential levels of funny. Though eschewing egregiously blue humor, Improv for Grownups' cast refuses to turn down any suggestion, no matter how risqué, which leads to raunchy riffs that retain the group's trademark wit. On Thursdays, Prime Time performances mix the group's regular ensemble members with in-training improvisers, delighting audiences while giving tomorrow's rib-ticklers on-the-job training. Laugh Out Loud Theater has a full kitchen and bar—and there is no drink minimum—so guests can fill guts until they bust with each new course during the night's improvised feast of tomfoolery. Well-suited for date nights, group outings, or a way-funnier-than-usual family-bonding experience, Laugh Out Loud's improv comedy will inspire even the most nonspontaneous audience members to put down their cue cards and bust out a few jokes of their own.
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    The Streets of Woodfield
    Schaumburg, IL US
  • Wilmette Theatre
    Renovated in 2006, the nearly century-old Wilmette Theatre entertains theatergoers with a rotating slate of current and classic offerings, including Hollywood blockbusters and niche art films. Cylindrical light from a whirring projector flickers across two auditoriums, where movie-going duos can snack on buttery tubs of popcorn while sipping a soda and whispering spoilers into the facility’s pristine Soundfold curtain. The Wilmette underwent a key renovation in 2006, fortifying the century-old venue’s commitment to quality art with fresh coats of paint, an overhauled concessions center, and screenings of feature-length still lifes.
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    1122 Central Ave.
    Wilmette, IL US
  • The Comedy Bar
    Gino's East's still stands at its original spot on Michigan and Superior but has also stretched to 10 other city and suburban locations. Whether dining downtown or in St. Charles, customers find Alice Mae’s signature crust piled with mounds of cheese, sauce made from vine-ripened tomatoes, and plenty of fresh toppings—from sausage and pepperoni to jalapeños and canadian bacon. Hot from the oven, pizzas arrive at tables snuggled inside seasoned deep-dish pans, ready to welcome a fork and knife. Thin-crust varieties are also available for those who don’t know how to work silverware, as is a bounty of sandwiches.
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    500 N LaSalle St.
    Chicago, IL US
  • The ComedySportz Theatre
    At The ComedySportz Theatre, audience suggestions keep an all-ages, family-friendly and fast-paced vortex of scenes, games, and songs spinning in competitive shows that pit two improv teams against each other. Inside the intimate, 149-seat theater, spontaneity rules as a referee moderates the all-ages-appropriate hilarity pitched between the Chicago Bosses and The Evanston Express. At the end of each comedic duel, the points and audience votes are tallied to determine the winning team, sentencing the losers to feed the doves that live inside the winners' top hats. The ComedySportz Training Center's seasoned instructors also teach six-week courses in the art of improvised hilarity and the essential virtues of spontaneity, risk taking, and engagement with the moment. Through scene work, ComedySportz games, and short- and long-form improv, students learn to keep audiences roaring in order to jump-start a career or become a more affable bank robber.
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    2054 West Irving Park Road
    Chicago, IL US
  • The Abbey Pub
    As the sound of live music perfumes the air, The Abbey Pub crafts a menu populated by Irish and American pub fare, complete with burgers, finger food, and custom pizzas. As patrons sip on domestic and imported brews, as well as a wealth of Irish whiskey, scotch, and bourbon, their fingers can wander to an appetizer of curry fries or a tower of sourdough pretzels. Sandwiches, burgers, and entrees such as bangers and mash satisfy bar-goers at dinner, and brunch on the weekends wakes up bellies emitting cartoon Zs from their navels. Fourteen flat screen TVs and a 15-foot projector incite cheers and a raw spectrum of emotion with telecasts of rugby, soccer, and major national sporting events. Next door, the venue hosts hometown and traveling bands that play genres ranging from indie rock and blues to dog-whistle symphonies.
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    3420 W Grace St.
    Chicago, IL US
  • Beverly Arts Center
    Art. Education. Community. Non-Profit. These four words succinctly sum up the mission of Beverly Art Center, a cultural hub in the historic Beverly Hills, Morgan Park neighborhood. The heart of the member-supported center is the 400-seat Main Stage theater, which hosts plays, dance recitals, and concerts. But the venue is equally dedicated to education, inviting visitors to immerse themselves in ceramics and film classes at the School of the Arts or attend literary events with actual authors instead of just their dust jacket photos. A spacious art gallery hosts rotating exhibitions of contemporary works by both national and regional artists.
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    2407 W 111th St.
    Chicago, IL US

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