"The themes of artistic relevance and passion are explored in this evening of parody" with songs by Michael Jackson, Sophie Tucker, the Starland Vocal Band, and others. Directed by Frances King and Timothy McCuen Piggee. Free.
The political commentator and comedian on her "Sexy Liberal Comedy Tour" with special guests John Fugelsang and Hal Sparks. $22-$147.
Count down to 2014 with three hours of improvised entertainment. $28-$40.
LGBTQ comedy. $20-$25.
The comedian, known by some for his work in Seinfeld.
The rules of this pro-lady standup night are refreshing in their simplicity: no misogyny and no heckling. Based on the size, quality, and diversity of the crowds it attracts, the rules work. Every Tuesday night, fans pack the Rendezvous Grotto to watch two and a half hours of comedy, about half of which is delivered by women. Having so many women o... more » $5.
This man was in Scream 2. Tonight he will tell jokes. $20-$25.
The host and creator of Weird and Awesome with Emmett Montgomery at Annex Theatre hosts a weekly standup comedy open-mic night and "humor growth hour" for comedians of all levels. Free.
A popular spot for new comedians and experienced comedians working on new material. Free.
Jokes with a side of chicken parm. Folks who've appeared at recent Flipside shows: Harrold Gomez, Jen Seaman, Jubal Flagg, Gabriel Rutledge, and others. Free.
Seattle's comedy and improv community on display.
The demise of the Broadway Grill cannot stop drag diva Mama Tits from hosting this brunch buffet with the titular mimosas and a drag cabaret to go along with! Now find her/them/it at the (very festive) Narwhal, in the basement of the Unicorn. $12/adv, $15/door (includes one mimosa).