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LAist Show Review: Tremendosaur

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Sitting knee to knee in the hot, dark, rectangular back room of a coffee shop on Santa Monica Boulevard, it’s easy to think you’ve been lied to. Hoodwinked. This comedy thing, it’s nothing but blank, bleak spaces with one brick wall and a silent cry for touch up paint. Bamboozled. But then you look around, and realize the only reason your knee is getting cozy with its neighbor in the first place is because this place is cramped. At 8 o’clock at night on an unassuming Tuesday, the Comedy Central Stage (part of the Hudson Guild Theater in LA’s Theater Row) is absolutely buzzing. It’s not the Comedy Central brand name, or the ticket price - free; instead friends, family, cohorts, and online aficionados are here to support Tremendosaur, the 2-man sketch comedy beast comprised of Justin Michael and Jacob Reed. Turns out, the only folks getting hornswaggled are those who aren’t here.