Big one this Thursday, March 8th! Adam DeVine from Comedy Central’s hit show Workaholics headlines The Hollywood Improv at 8pm! Don’t pay the $14 online or at the door when you can be on THE LIST! Just go to http://www.freecomedyshows.com/ and click RSVP at the top of the site. This is his last scheduled performances before he starts shooting season 3 in April. The Hollywood Improv always has a great line up and surprise guests. Don’t miss out and RSVP today!
Also available on the site, Mike Muratore “The Serial Killer of Comedy” is headlining at Sardo’s in Burbank this Weds March 7th at Sardo’s in Burbank. When you RSVP for the Sardo’s show, you will get a 10% off coupon in your confirmation Email. Coupon is good for 10% off your check during the comedy show at Sardo’s only. Bio’s below!
Adam Devine started his career in stand-up comedy after graduating from high school in Omaha, Nebraska. After two short years in the business, Devine was asked to perform in the “New Faces” show at the Montreal Comedy Festival. Shortly after the festival, he was cast opposite Jon Heder and Diane Keaton in the Warner Bros. movie, “Mama’s Boy.” He appeared on COMEDY CENTRAL’s “Live at Gotham” and appeared on TBS’ “Frank TV” and ABC’s “Better Off Ted.” Additionally, Devine was a recurring guest-star on ABC’s “Samantha Who?” Devine acts, writes and produces all of Mail Order Comedy’s material. Adam is now starring and writing on Comedy Central’s hit show Workaholics!
Mike Muratore has earned the moniker of “The Serial Killer of Comedy” with his brand of raw, in-your-face, no holds barred comedy. His act has been honed in the worst venues possible for comedy over the past 15 years. Playing terrible venues has turned Mike into one of the best comedians performing today. Will you be offended? Yes. Will you be scared? Probably. Will you laugh? Definitely. Recently seen performing on TBS Weekend Extra, the Comedy Time Network, Loco Comedy Slam, and even making an appearance on Blind Date, Mike Muratore is always fascinating to watch. Mike headlines shows regularly throughout the country, and when not on the road, you can often find Mike performing at any of the major Southern California clubs.