Comedy Clubs in Chesterton, IN


Standup or Improv Comedy Show at The Comedy Shrine Theater through January 28

The Comedy Shrine

The Comedy Shrine Theater

Comics and resident improvisers fill standup showcases and a flagship show of short-form improv a la Whose Line Is It Anyway?

$20 $10

General, VIP, or VIP Admission with a Drink to Laugh Factory Chicago Weekend or Tuesday-Night Comedy Shows

Laugh Factory

Laugh Factory

Legendary standup-comedy venue hosts some of the best local and touring comedians around during weekend and Tuesday night comedy shows

$10 $7

"Buzzed Broadway"

Laugh Out Loud Chicago

Laugh Out Loud

$10 $3.75

"Horrible Fun": Based on Cards Against Humanity

Under the Gun Theater

Under the Gun Theater

$15 $10.50

Fight Like a Girl Comedy Show at 8:30 on September 16 or October 8

Fight Like a Girl Comedy Show

Multiple Locations

Female standup comics, musicians, and poets seen on HBO, Comedy Central, and BET help raise funds and awareness for ovarian cancer

$20 $12

Standup Comedy Show and Appetizer for Two or Four at The Comedy Bar (Up to 50% Off)

The Comedy Bar

Gino's East River North

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

$55.18 $29

Laugh Out Loud Improv Schaumburg

Laugh Out Loud Theater - Schaumburg

Laugh Out Loud Theater

$19 $13

The Second City Presents Urban Twist for Two (October 14–December 16)

Second City Diversity and Inclusion presents: "Urban Twist", a hip sketch comedy revue featuring Bob Curry Fellows

The Blackout Cabaret - 2nd Floor Pipers Alley

The famed Chicago institution presents a night of political satire and sketch comedy written and performed by a diverse cast

$32 $16

Black Friday - Friday October 14, 2016 / 9:30pm

The Revival

The Revival

$10 $7.50

"Word Play" - Friday October 7, 2016 / 10:00pm

The Revival

The Revival

$15 $10.50

Chicago's Best Stand-Up

Laugh Factory Chicago

Laugh Factory

$17 $5.75

GreenRoom Productions' Unscripted Improv Show for Two through November 26

GreenRoom Improv

Multiple Locations

Family-friendly band of comedians tickles ribs in a 90-minute improv show with sketches, games, and skits based off audience stories

$24 $12

"Up Next" - Saturday October 8, 2016 / 10:00pm

The Revival

The Revival

$10 $7.50

"Rolling in the Creep" - Saturday October 15, 2016 / 10:30pm

Under the Gun Theater

Under the Gun Theater

$12 $9

The Roast of Freddy Krueger - Sunday October 2, 2016 / 9:00pm

Laugh Factory Chicago

Laugh Factory

$10 $3.75

"Duos" - Saturday October 22, 2016 / 9:30pm

The Revival

The Revival

$10 $7.50

Michael Carbonaro on Saturday, October 22, at 7 p.m.

Michael Carbonaro

Peoria Civic Center

The multi-talented Michael Carbonaro—who has his own show on TruTV—blends comedy and award-winning magic into one dazzling performance

$49.95 $39.50

Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood: "The Two Man Group" - Friday November 11, 2016 / 7:30pm

Batavia Fine Arts Centre

Big Woods Marmion

$57 $34.75

Laugh All Night II on Saturday, October 8, at 8 p.m.

Laugh All Night II

Tebala Shrine Center

Meechie Hall hosts a laugh-out-loud lineup of comics seen everywhere from MTV to Martin Lawerence’s First Amendment

$27.37 $17

Schmitty B.: "Rumble Young Man Rumble"

DuSable Museum of African American History

Washington Park

$10 $3.75

"Pimprov"

CIC Theater

Lakeview

$15 $10.50

"Funked Up Friday" - Friday September 30, 2016 / 10:00pm

Laugh Factory Chicago

Laugh Factory

$17 $5.75

"Thursday Night Prime Time"

Laugh Out Loud Theater - Schaumburg

Laugh Out Loud Theater

$12 $9

"Friday Funnies"

The Wilmette Theatre

Wilmette

$15 $10.50

"Ghost Stories"

Under the Gun Theater

Under the Gun Theater

$12 $9

"Laugh Out Loud Improv North Center"

Laugh Out Loud Chicago

Laugh Out Loud

$20 $13.75

"RejecTED Talks"

Under the Gun Theater

Under the Gun Theater

$12 $9

"The Blind Bet Comedy Show"

The Pony Inn

North Side

$5 $2.50

"What The Hipnonics": Hip-Hop Comedy Game Show - Thursday October 13, 2016 / 10:00pm

Laugh Factory Chicago

Laugh Factory

$17 $5.75

"Trigger"

The Revival

The Revival

$10 $7.50

Select Local Merchants

  • Auditorium Theatre
    Four Things to Know About the Auditorium Theatre Built in 1889 by the famous architectural firm Adler and Sullivan, the Auditorium Theatre once reigned as one of Chicago's finest playhouses. Today, the National Registered Landmark belongs to Roosevelt University, and still enjoys life as an active theater and music venue. Restorations in 1967 and 2002 preserved its gold ceilings, eye-popping detail, and pin-drop acoustics, giving a new generation of Chicagoans a chance to commune with the city's history. Take your eyes off the stage and read on for the marvels surrounding this classic theatre: It’s a portrait from an architecture as a young man. Adler and Sullivan tapped none other than a young Frank Lloyd Wright as draftsman. President Grover Washington, meanwhile, came to Chicago to lay the cornerstone. The theatre had the first ever air-conditioning unit. By modern standards, the 15 pounds of ice per day it used to cool to interiors seems a bit passe. But at the time, this was the first air-conditioning ever and a marvel of engineering. American luminaries from all fields graced its stages. In 1921, The Auditorium Theatre hosted Chicago’s first ever live radio broadcast—a performance of Puccini's classic Madame Butterfly. Other momentous event at the theatre include concerts by Jimi Hendrix and Frank Sinatra, as well speeches by Booker T. Washington and President Theodore Roosevelt, who delivered his Armageddon speech from the Auditorium’s stage. The gilded ceilings are still made of gold. Although its doors were shuttered for years, the theater still boasts the same arched ceilings covered in 24-karat gold-leaf that once wowed Gilded Age audiences.
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  • Davenport's
    Davenport's serves American-style cuisine in the middle of Chicago's Wicker Park district. Order a bottle for the table if you like — this restaurant has a full bar stocked with the best wine, beer, and more. Patrons have the pleasure of listening to live music while they dine. The restaurant picks up the most people during the week, so avoid the rush if crowds aren't your thing. With Davenport's being close to public transit and various parking lots, you can drive or take public transit. This dining establishment is located near hassle-free parking options. Davenport's is home to many cyclists who appreciate the parking racks outside. Your tab at Davenport's will usually run to about $30 per guest. When you have a hunger craving, head over to Davenport's and treat yourself to an American classic. Davenport's serves up a variety of American eats in a casual setting. Swing by today and munch on some of your favorite dishes. You deserve an excellent meal, so head on over to Davenport's and enjoy some of the highly-rated American fare.
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    Chicago, IL US
    +17732781830
  • The Elbo Room
    A local watering hole, Elbo Room is the perfect place to meet friends for your next round of drinks. Top off your entree with drinks from the bar — Elbo Room serves beer, wine and liquor. You won't feel cramped at Elbo Room, even with a large party — the bar is perfect for large groups. Feel the beat on the bar dance floor and groove to live music. Guests may have a hard time conversing, as the bar is rather noisy. Prepare to face the crowds if you visit on the weekend — Friday and Saturday are Elbo Room's busiest days. Good luck spotting a suit and tie at Elbo Room — casually-dressed diners are the norm here. Elbo Room patrons can pull into a space on the street when searching for parking at the N Lincoln Ave location. Hop on public transit if driving's not your speed; accessible stops include Diversey (Purple/Brown) and Wellington (Purple/Brown). A meal at Elbo Room will typically set you back about $30. Elbo Room accepts all major credit cards, including Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express.
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    Chicago, IL US
    +17735495549
  • Gallery Cabaret
    Visit Gallery Cabaret for some true American comfort food smack dab in the middle of Chicago's Bucktown. On gameday, come here to cheer your team to victory and watch every triumph on the big screen. The large dining space at Gallery Cabaret provides quick and easy seating options for large groups. Live music is often featured for guests' enjoyment. The restaurant fills up on the weekends, so keep that in mind before heading out. Casual clothing is the name of the game at Gallery Cabaret, where suits and ties won't be spotted for miles. Take the car and arrive promptly to dinner; parking is plentiful, so don't worry about setting aside time to search for a space. Travel by bike to Gallery Cabaret and store your bike at a nearby rack. Shelling out big flavor at low prices is the name of the game at Gallery Cabaret, where dining out is an affordable everyday habit. Lunch and dinner are easy as pie (and you might as well get a slice) at the delicious Gallery Cabaret.
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    Chicago, IL US
    +17734895471
  • ComedySportz of Chicago
    At ComedySportz of Chicago, 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. ComedySportz’s seasoned instructors also host regular workshops to teach aspiring yuksters 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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    Chicago, IL US
    +17735498080
  • The Revival Improv Comedy Theater
    The Revival Improv Summer Camp may be in its first year, but its roots run all the way back to the 1950s. That's when improvisation, the comedic art form that creates off-the-cuff scenes from audience suggestions, made its debut in The Revival's Hyde Park neighborhood. First a one-off third act by the theatrical group The Compass Players, improv quickly grew into its own entity, jump-starting the careers of Elaine May and Mike Nichols and inspiring the founding of The Second City. The Revival brings improv back to its beginnings by instilling its principles of spontaneity and teamwork in youngsters. And, yes, there will be yes, and-ing. Each week, Chicago-improv-trained instructors lead campers through team exercises, games, and scenes that build self-confidence and encourage self-expression. At the end of each camp week, students show off their new skills in a performance for their family and friends.
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    Chicago, IL US
    +18668114111

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