LA Stand-Ups Coupons and Deals
Laughing uproariously in public is sometimes inappropriate, which is why people feel most comfortable laughing in comedy clubs or into a jar in the bathroom. Let it all out with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $125 for a six-week beginner’s standup-comedy class and two general admissions to a Hollywood Improv show (up to a $390 value) $45 for the one-day How to Think and Act Like a Standup Comedian Seminar and two general admissions to a Hollywood Improv show (up to a $135 value) A comedy guru with 26 years of experience, Joe Falzarano worked with and influenced numerous ...
When your kid's at the table, vegetables aren't the only things that are corny. Help your little jokester hone his or her hilarity-making skills with today's deal from LA Stand-Ups: Pay $125 (regularly $325) and get comics ages 9 to 15 a four-week Class Clown Stand-Up Comedy Workshop in either Santa Monica or Hollywood, with a Graduation Show at the Hollywood Improv. The two-hour weekly class will help kids master the essentials of stand-up comedy, from writing jokes to delivering material, and will help with self-confidence and improv ability. At the end of the course, each child will perform a five-minute set live during the Graduation Show at the famous Hollywood Improv -- and with those riotous new jokes, the audience will be all ears.
Come find the funny at LA Stand-Ups. Fledgling comedians learn performance basics, how to handle stage fright, connect with an audience and play up anything for a good laugh. Seasoned guffaw guru, Joe Falzarano, helped refine the funny bones of laugh luminaries Jon Stewart and Dave Chappelle and will help you hone your unique voice, mine your life for punch lines, draw out your hidden talents and give them an audience-ready polish. This gut-busting boot camp covers core comedy techniques and teaches you how to relax, have fun, and gain confidence speaking in front of people… which translates to better auditions on stage as well as in everyday life. So snag this deal today, because that skewed sense of humor your family and friends think is demented might just be your ticket to fame and fortune!