Did you know Bruce Willis was born in March? I can't think of a better way to celebrate than by checking out some great free comedy shows at Comedy Central Stage.
All shows start at 8pm with limited seating at The Hudson in Hollywood. Call (323) 960-5519 for reservations.
Black Pedro and Johnny Walker
Comedians Black Pedro (BET, Comics Unleashed) and Johnny Walker (TBS’ Comedy
Festival Vegas, The Tonight Show) present a night of topical standup comedy, short
Lindsey Fisher and Patrick Babbitt
Lindsey and Patrick dive into the weird and awkward in this sketch show. You’ll meet some interesting characters along the way and watch them weave in and out of each other’s lives. http://www.facebook.com/hotbuttcomedy
THE LATE LIVE SHOW
Comedic Talk Show
A late-night talk show from Chicago with a bizarrely silly sensibility cultivated by a writing staff whose credits include The Onion News Network and Funny or Die! Featuring Joe Kwaczala, Joe McAdam, Christina Boucher, Cullen Crawford, Megan Green, Dan Ronan and Chris Stephens.
Maribeth Monroe, best known for her role as ‘Alice Murphy’ in Workaholics, brings you a collection of monologues that highlight the dark, destructive, and deplorable side of all things female. Meant to offend, provoke, and (hopefully) disturb, this is not a show you’d want to bring your mother to. Unless you hate your mother.
CANNOLI & HAGGIS
Written by Camille Solari
Camille and Marie are two dreamers who’ve just made the big move to L.A. But will the East Coast let them go? Based on their true misadventures starring Camille Solari and Marie Del Prete. Featuring Mhairi Morrison, Paul C. Morrissey, Allan Murray, Nick Leidl and Tara Hunnewell.
SIT N' SPIN
Writers' Reading Series
Real funny stories from real funny people (Now the 3rd Thursday of every month). With Jill Demby, Xaque Gruber, Amanda Marks, Wendy Wilkins, Kemp Powers and a special musical guest. Presented by Jill Soloway, Maggie Rowe and Anderson Gabrych.
A Time to Remember
We live in a very scary world: the war on drugs, overcrowding of preschools, and the constant threat of Andy Dick showing up on your front stoop again, fill our seemingly never-ending days. Lost Friends (Lauren Benz Phillips, Donald Ian Black, Guerrin Gardner, Michael James Nelson) doesn’t have the answers or cure to any of these problems, what they do DO is sketch comedy.
Wednesday, March 27
Hosted by Bil Dwyer
Fresh from a sellout at San Francisco Sketchfest, TV’s Bil Dwyer brings his star-studded mash up of game and talk to the Comedy Central Stage. Inappropriately probing into the most private career histories of comic panelists: Samm Levine, Jon Dore, Baron Vaughn and Karen Kilgariff. Co-hosted by web starlet Erica Rhodes.