LAst Laugh: This Week in Comedy
As September draws to a close, consider heading out to one of these fine comedy shows this week to grab a laugh before the fickle fingers of winter takes us all.
As always, if you've got an upcoming show you'd like to see listed here, email me.
Mitch & Edi Making Love, 8p Comedy Central Stage. Edi Patterson and Mitch Silpa spend 45 minutes improvising a series of characters and scenes that you’re sure to enjoy.
Jeff Garlin In Conversation With..., 8p Largo. Garlin is speaking to writer / performer Lena Dunham and what promises to be a very special guest.
The Dork Forest LIVE!, 7:30p Nerdist Showroom. Jackie Kashian’s popular podcast is doing another live taping, with guest Maria Bamford.
Comedy Rocks, 10p Hollywood Improv. Skyler Stone’s show is back with a bang! This round features Nick Kroll, Eric Andre, Garfunkel & Oates, Owen Benjamin and more.
For Shame!, 8:30p Hollywood Improv Lab. It’s another multimedia extravaganza brought to you by Jazz Ponce. This time around, they’ve got Brooks Wheelan headlining.
Cagematch, 11p UCB. Heather & Miles continue to win at this weekly improv comedy battle. See if they can last another week.
Sit N' Spin, 8p Comedy Central Stage. As always, Sit N’ Spin delivers stories from some of the best and most inventive storytellers in Los Angeles.
Taboo Tales, 8p Macha Theatre. Taboo Tales is back, with a number of great storytellers baring their all.
Myq & Micah CD Release, 8p Nerdist Showroom. Myq Kaplan and Micah Sherman put out an album, and to celebrate they've got a ton of friends in tow, including Maria Bamford, Baron Vaughn, MC Mr. Napkins and more.
The Middle Show, 10p Hollywood Hotel. It’s a great night of stand up, featuring Ron Funches, Hugh Moore, Ed Greer and others.
The Characters of Comedy, 10p UCB. It’s a night full of characters, featuring great performers such as Alana Johnston, Brandon Johnson, Zoe Jarman, Thomas Middleditch and more.
Shawn & Marlon Wayans, 7p Irvine Improv. It’s Wayans time in the OC!
Sarah Silverman & Friends, 9p Largo. Silverman’s monthly show is back, and she always brings along plenty of great stand ups to help out.