As you all know, August is National Goat Cheese Month, and there’s simply no better way to celebrate than with a bunch of 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.
Chaos Comedy is a short-form Improv and sketch group best known for their work on Funny or Die and various main stage shows around Hollywood. With Matthew Clay, Nikolas Holmes, Heather Horstmann, Matt Hudacs, Heather Ryan, and Liz Saydah.
One Album Per Hour
Described by BBC1 as the ‘King of Sound and Ruler of Beats…Ninth Level Sound Wizard’, Beardyman has taken what’s possible with the human voice to unchartered territories. The vocal shaman emits and manipulates any conceivable sound with a manic wit that will have you rocking with laughter.
These fine gentlemen, representing Mosaic Comedy, won the 2014 LA Improv Fest Harold Competition. Featuring Ryan Self, Nick Rassumsen, Moses Storm, Brandon Scott, Ben Leddick, Jeff Braine and Gab Trevino.
IT’S A SHOW
Jack Plotnick and Tom Lenk
If you like Tom (Witches of East End) and Jack (The Mentalist) and you want to watch them do stuff, here’s a collection of things they hope amounts to a show. They will sing, they will talk, they will argue.
Ryan Marsico and Justin Michael Terry
The Improv duo of Ryan Marscio and Justin Michael Terry will take you into their wheelhouse of accents, huge characters and crisp space work to show you that anything is possible behind the Red Door.
ANGIE & PARTY EVERY DAY
By Laura House & Tess Rafferty
Staged readings of 2 original half-hour pilots. Written by Laura House (Mom, Samantha Who?), Angie is the story of an angel who’s just like you, ‘over it’ and hates her job. Party Every Day by Tess Rafferty (The Soup, @midnight) explores the lives of four music biz veterans who’ve rock n rolled all night and are now living through their morning after. With Diane Farr, Mo Gaffney, Todd Robert Anderson and Jerry Stahl. Directed by Michael Medico (First Love).
SIT N’ SPIN
Writers’ Reading Series
Terribly true stories from terribly funny people (the third Thursday every month.) With Tania Katan, Claire Titelman, Drew Droege, Jimmy Doyle and music by Amy Correia. Presented by Jill Soloway, Maggie Rowe and Andersen Gabrych.
STEVE SEABROOK: BETTER THAN YOU
Kurt Bodden assumes the role of self-help guru Steve Seabrook, who takes the audience to a safe, nurturing place of empowerment where they can look inside their heads to examine why they’re vaguely disappointing. It’s the “Spinal Tap” of personal growth.
MARQ N’ PARK PRESENT: The Different Show
Marques Ray and Randall Park
Marq n’ Park is the two-man sketch comedy nugget comprised of Marques, Randall and Smiles, their dog. After nine years of performing together, the duo faces the harsh reality that they’re just “Different.” Come see the guys perform some of their greatest hits and a few new ones, too.