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LAst Laugh: This Week in Comedy
The LA Comedy Festival starts this week, and there's a bunch of great stuff to get out and see. Elsewhere, Tremendosaur has a couple of shows lined up, and The Apple Sisters are back!
The Apple Sisters, 8p Elephant Theater. The lovely 1940’s radio sisters are back with a new sketch show that promises to be as wholesome as the apple pie from American Reunion.
Crash Test, 11p UCB. Chelsea Peretti is sitting in as host for Rob Huebel and Paul Scheer, for a night that promises to bring stand up and sketch and plenty of laughs.
Sexy Night of Musical Comedy, 8p Nerdist Theater. Rachel Bloom hosts a night of musical comedy, featuring her own stylings alongside Kimmy Gatewood, MC Mr. Napkins and others.
Rob Schneider, 8p Comedy & Magic Club. Everyone’s favorite friend of Adam Sandler is doing one show out by the water.
Where Eagles Dare, 8p Little Modern Theater. As they continue to pump out comedy from the new Little Modern, you can add Where Eagles Dare to the roster. This week’s line up features Tremendosaur and some great improv.
Before You Were Funny, 10:30p Hollywood Improv Lab. Tremendosaur brings up Betsy Sodaro, Brian Huskey and Johnny Pemberton for a reenactment of the worst sketches they ever wrote.
Sarah Silverman & Friends, 8:30p Largo. Silverman always brings along great guests, plus her own fantastic material to wow the stand up crowds.
Mapping the Heavens, 9:30p UCB. Rob Delaney and Dave Holmes bring along stand ups, musicians and anyone else they feel like in this monthly variety how.
Walking the Room, 8p Nerdist Theater. Dave Anthony and Greg Behrendt’s popular podcast records live with Patton Oswalt, Brian Posehn, Paul Gilmartin and Karen Kilgariff.
Chris Titus, 10p Irvine Improv. If Irvine didn’t have enough white male anger issues, they’re about to get Chris Titus for the weekend.
David Rees, 8p Largo. Rees is an absolute comedy nut. His latest passion project is dead-pan character work, largely involving pencil sharpening.
Dana Eagle, 8p Acme Theater. Eagle is doing back-to-back shows to record a new album, tentatively titled Because They Asked Me Not to Sing.
Matt O’Brien, 8p The Actors Company. Budding Canadian stand up Matt O’Brien joins a night of comedy for the LA Comedy Fest.
Skinny Sundays, 9p Hollywood Improv. This great late-week show has a killer line up, with Tim Heidecker, Andy Kindler, Brian Huskey and more.
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