Stand-up Comedy

Laughing on Last Saturday

Did you know that the Old Liberty Theater in Ridgefield hosts a stand-up comedy series on the last Saturday of every month? It’s called “Laughing on Last Saturday,” and you can find the region’s funniest talent on stage at 7:30 p.m. The next evening of comedy is happening on Saturday, Oct. 28—this month featuring headliner Tyler Boeh.

Laughing on Last Saturday is a partnership with Stage Left Entertainment, the brainchild of comedians Don Frost and Lonnie Bruhn. Each month, they host and feature local, established and credited headlining comedians. Boeh is new to the Portland comedy scene, but an old hand at comedy nationally; he’s come to the Northwest after conquering Boston and L.A. and touring the country doing comedy. Adorned with awards, Boeh’s act was chosen by LaughSpin Magazine as Best Comedy Album as well as taking second place in the Portland Comedy Competition and winning the Oregon International Comedy Competition. To learn more about Boeh, visit www.tylerboeh.com.

Tickets are $15 per person, available at the door while supplies last, or in advance by calling 360-887-7260. The doors will open at 6:45 p.m. so that you can find a good seat and get some refreshments from Seasons Café in the lobby: coffee, tea, and pastries, as well as beer and wine. A word to parents: comedy shows may contain adult content, so it’s best to leave the kids and teens at home. To find out more about upcoming events at the Old Liberty, visit www.oldlibertytheater.com.

Laughing on Last Saturday: Stand Up Comedy at the Old Liberty

Did you know that the Old Liberty Theater in Ridgefield hosts a stand-up comedy series on the last Saturday of every month? It’s called “Laughing on Last Saturday,” and you can find the region’s funniest talent on stage at 7:30 p.m. The next evening of comedy is happening on Saturday, Sept. 30—this month featuring headliner Todd Armstrong.

Laughing on Last Saturday is a partnership with Stage Left Entertainment, the brainchild of comedians Don Frost and Lonnie Bruhn. Each month, they’ll host and feature local, established and credited headlining comedians. Armstrong has been deemed “Portland’s Comic to Watch” by Comedy Central, has been featured on Portlandia, and has worked alongside many well-known comedians, including Amy Schumer (!) and Bill Burr. To learn more about Armstrong, visit www.armtoddstrong.com.

Tickets are $15 per person, available at the door while supplies last, or in advance by calling 360-887-7260. The doors will open at 6:45 p.m. so that you can find a good seat and get some refreshments from Seasons Café in the lobby: coffee, tea, and pastries, as well as beer and wine. A word to parents: comedy shows may contain adult content, so it’s best to leave the kids and teens at home. To find out more about upcoming events at the Old Liberty, visit www.oldlibertytheater.com.

Laughing on Last Saturday: Stand-Up Comedy at the Old Liberty Theater

Did you know that the Old Liberty Theater in Ridgefield hosts a stand-up comedy series on the last Saturday of every month? It’s called “Laughing on Last Saturday,” and you can find the region’s funniest talent on stage at 7:30 p.m. The next evening of comedy is happening on Saturday, April 29, featuring headliner David Crowe.

Laughing on Last Saturday is a partnership with Stage Left Entertainment, the brainchild of comedians Don Frost and Lonnie Bruhn. Each month, they’ll host and feature local, established and credited headlining comedians. This month’s headliner is a 20 year veteran of the comedy stage. After winning both the Seattle and San Francisco Comedy Competitions, then performing for POTUS—yup, the President of the whole United States!—the same year, his career took off and has never stopped. On stage, Crowe is armed with a panoply of facial expressions, a host of accents, and a captivating geeky charisma. He’s been featured on Showtime with his own One Hour Comedy Special, “Crooked Finger,” along with numerous appearances on Comedy Central, Bob&Tom Radio, SiriusXM, and Pandora. To learn more, visit www.davidcrowe.com.

Tickets are $15 per person, available at the door while supplies last, or in advance by calling 360-887-7260. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m. so that you can find a good seat and get some refreshments from Seasons Café in the lobby: coffee, tea, and pastries, as well as beer and wine.

Laughing on Last Saturday: Stand-Up Comedy at Old Liberty

Did you know that the Old Liberty Theater in Ridgefield hosts a stand-up comedy series on the last Saturday of every month? It’s called “Laughing on Last Saturday,” and you can find the region’s funniest talent on stage at 7:30 p.m. The next evening of comedy is happening on Saturday, April 29, featuring headliner David Crowe.

Laughing on Last Saturday is a partnership with Stage Left Entertainment, the brainchild of comedians Don Frost and Lonnie Bruhn. Each month, they’ll host and feature local, established and credited headlining comedians. This month’s headliner is a 20 year veteran of the comedy stage. After winning both the Seattle and San Francisco Comedy Competitions, then performing for POTUS—yup, the President of the whole United States!—the same year, his career took off and has never stopped. On stage, Crowe is armed with a panoply of facial expressions, a host of accents, and a captivating geeky charisma. He’s been featured on Showtime with his own One Hour Comedy Special, “Crooked Finger,” along with numerous appearances on Comedy Central, Bob&Tom Radio, SiriusXM, and Pandora. To learn more, visit www.davidcrowe.com.

Tickets are $15 per person, available at the door while supplies last, or in advance by calling 360-887-7260. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m. so that you can find a good seat and get some refreshments from Seasons Café in the lobby: coffee, tea, and pastries, as well as beer and wine.

Comedy on Tap

comedy-on-tap_thumbThe Couve’s funniest Thursday night is happening at the Kiggins Theatre on Thursday, Feb. 9. Comedy on Tap features laughs, brews, laughs, laughs, several chuckles, a guffaw, and also wine, cider or soda and any number of yummy snacks, nachos, pizza and buttery theater-style popcorn from the Kiggins’ concessions counter.

February’s line-up of comic talent includes headliner Don Frost (one of Willamette Week‘s Top Five Funniest People of 2016) and emcee Tristian Spillman. Comedy on Tap starts at 8 p.m. but the doors open at 7 p.m. so you can come early, snag a good seat, and get comfy with a brew or two.

Tickets are $10 per person, available online now by clicking here. The Kiggins Theatre is located in downtown Vancouver at 1011 Main St. in downtown Vancouver.

Stand-Up Comedy at the Old Liberty Theatre

The Old Liberty’s next stand-up comedy night is Saturday, Jan. 28, hosted by Don Frost with special guest Lonnie Bruhn and featuring other local and regional comedians. The doors will open at 6:45 p.m. so you can grab snacks, wine, and beer from Seasons Cafe in the lobby, and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person, available at the door on the night of the performance or by calling 360-887-7260. For more information about upcoming events at the Old Liberty, visit www.oldlibertytheater.com. The Old Liberty Theatre is located at 115 N. Main Ave. in Ridgefield.

Stand-Up Comedy at the Old Liberty

Although 2016 wasn’t a very funny year in any literal sense, in terms of material for stand-up comedy, it was—and continues to be, perhaps unfortunately—a goldmine. What is definitely fortunate is that the North Bank has a bevy of local comedians who are ready to get up on stage and make you laugh, even while real life may make you want to cry a little. There’s the monthly Comedy On Tap at the Kiggins Theater, and now there’s a stand-up comedy series at the Old Liberty Theatre in downtown Ridgefield.

The Old Liberty’s next stand-up comedy night is Saturday, Jan. 28, hosted by Don Frost with special guest Lonnie Bruhn and featuring other local and regional comedians. The doors will open at 6:45 p.m. so you can grab snacks, wine, or beer from Seasons Cafe in the lobby, and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person, available at the door on the night of the performance or by calling 360-887-7260. For more information about upcoming events at the Old Liberty, visit www.oldlibertytheater.com. The Old Liberty Theatre is located at 115 N. Main Ave. in Ridgefield.

Stand-up Comedy Showcase

The Kiggins Theatre is hosting its monthly Stand-up Comedy Showcase beginning at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 1. Start 2015 with a laugh riot as host Tristian Spillman presents a line-up of some of the best stand-up comedians in the Northwest, featuring laugh-a-minute headliner Susan Rice. Other comics include Anatoli Brant, Aaron Klopfer, and Paul Pappas.

The Kiggins will open its doors at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 and beer and wine will be available to purchase in the lobby and in the Marquee Lounge upstairs, as well as popcorn and other yummy theater-style snacks. (Mmmm…a craft brew and Mike & Ike’s. What’s not to love?) To learn more, visit www.kigginstheatre.net or check out the Kiggins’ Facebook page.

The Slate Standup Comedy Showcase

If you’re feelin’ blue, The Kiggins Theatre has just the antidote: Comedy Night at the Kiggins is a monthly stand-up comedy showcase featuring talented comedians who know just how to tickle your funny bone. The Kiggins holds its comedy nights on the first Thursday of every month, beginning at 8 p.m. The doors open at 7 p.m. so that you can buy your tickets (just $5 per person!), visit the concession stand in the lobby for snacks, beer, and wine, and find a comfy seat in the beautifully restored 1930s-era main theater. All ages are technically welcome, but parental guidance is heartily recommended since some of the themes and material are, um, mature. For more details, visit www.kigginstheatre.net.

Stand-up Comedy at the Kiggins

The Kiggins Theatre has just the antidote for your end-of-summer blues: Comedy Night at the Kiggins, a monthly stand-up comedy showcase featuring talented comedians who know just how to tickle your funny bone. The Kiggins holds its comedy nights on the first Thursday of every month, beginning at 8 p.m. The doors open at 7 p.m. so that you can buy your tickets (just $5 per person!), visit the concession stand in the lobby for snacks, beer, and wine, and find a comfy seat in the beautifully restored 1930s-era main theater.

The next Comedy Night, hosted by Tristan Spillman, is set for Thursday, Sept. 4. Featured comics that evening are Jordan Kasner, Eric Cash, Keith Wallan, Iris Gorman, and Tim Hammer. All ages are technically welcome, but parental guidance is heartily recommended since some of the themes and material are, um, mature. For more details, visit www.kigginstheatre.net.