(Plus Tax & Fees)
8:30 PM, 10:00 PM
Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
at Harrah's Las Vegas
KGB: Kerry Gourmet Burgers
Ready for a fun-filled night of laughter? Voted Best Las Vegas Comedy Club year after year, The Improv Comedy Club at Harrah’s Las Vegas is the ideal place where you can laugh it up to the funniest, freshest faces in comedy. These comedians take the stage at 8:30 p.m. with an additional show at 10p.m. on Friday and Saturday.
Each week, three new comedians perform at The Improv Las Vegas in a Vegas comedy show that is always unique and definitely funny. Stick around after the show – most of the time, comedians will stay for a meet-and-greet, sign autographs and sell merchandise. Plus, the written jokes plastered on the outside of the theater’s walls are a riot!
Past Improv Comedy Club stars include Jay Mohr, Chris Reid (better known as Kid from “Kid ‘N Play”) and Chris Rock.
10pm performances on Friday and Saturday only.
VIP tickets to The Improv Comedy Club include preferred seating and a complimentary Improv T-shirt.
Orders of 10 or more can contact the group sales department at (866) 574-3851 or send an email.
|Nov. 11-16||Tommy Savitt||Tony Camin||Sean Kent|
|Nov. 18-23||Anthony Griffith||Ron Morey||Rick Ingraham|
|Nov. 25-30||Vince Morris||Brian McKim||Traci Skene|
|Dec. 2 - 7||John Henton||Aida Rodriquez||Brian Hahn|
|Dec. 9 - 14||James Davis||Ahmed Bharoocha||Sandra Iocolano|
To celebrate 50 years as the industry’s premier stage for both up-and-coming comedians and the greats of the genre, Harrah’s Las Vegas will host appearances by some of comedy’s brightest stars throughout the year.
Allan Havey: Allan is a well-respected actor and comedian, dubbed by the NY Times as “cocksure, irreverent, and very funny”. In the past year he has guest starred on Louie, Up All Night, The Office, Good Luck Charlie, and made nine appearances as Lou Avery on seasons six and seven of AMC’S Mad Men. According to TV GUIDE, his character became “the most hated man on television”. He recently shot the pilot for Amazon’s Man In The High Castle, slated to air in 2015. He will also appear in Chris Rock’s new film Top Five, and scored big with his tenth appearance on Late Night with David Letterman.
Anthony Griffith: Anthony was destined to make you laugh. Married, growing up in the inner city and reared by a religious mother, all help lay the foundation for Anthony’s hilarious insights about life, liberty and the pursuit of sanity. With over twenty-five national comedy television appearances, Anthony’s rise is in no small part due to his inventive brand of humor. Whether reminiscing about a younger brother saddled with hand-me-downs, “even his childhood pictures were old pictures of me”, or his thoughts on marriage, “After twenty years, five stitches and one restraining order, I’ve learned to say I’m sorry.” Anthony presents a unique outlook on life. His non-offensive humor coupled with his ability to bring his characters to life, has made Anthony an audience favorite at corporate events, concerts and comedy clubs and has catapulted him to multiple appearances on “The Tonight Show,” “HBO,” “Comedy Central” as well as others. Understanding that laughter is the best medicine, Anthony’s mission is simple, “To make you laugh, one joke or story at a time.”
Ron Morey: Ron's energetic show earned him a nomination to the list of the top five comics in the country by The Entertainment Business Journal. His show includes characters, music and impressions, and it keeps people laughing from coast to coast. Ron has been featured on NFL Films, PBS, A&E, and on Snoop Dogg’s MTV show "DoggyFizzle Televizzle".
Rick Ingraham: Rick Ingraham has been a regular at the Hollywood Comedy Store since 2003 and has also performed at the "Comedy and Magic Club" in Hermosa Beach, along with both "Laugh Factories" (L.A. & N.Y.)
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"There are few things greater in life then the gift of laughter and the Improv at Harrah's brings you just that. The show features a rotating roster of comedians, often from shows like "Last Comic Standing" and "Seinfeld." As you walk in, there are clips of the comics you will be seeing on a big-screen monitor on stage. The comedians will lift your spirits with original live comedy and two shows per night."
"This offshoot of Budd Friedman's famed comedy club (the first one opened in 1963 in New York City) presents about four comedians per show in a 400-seat showroom. These are talented performers -- the top comics on the circuit, ones you're likely to see on Leno and Letterman. You can be sure of an entertaining evening."
"Comedy impresario Budd Friedman oversees the bookings for this 300-seat showroom on the second floor of Harrah's. It has the occasional bigger name such as Jay Mohr and is frequently packaged with room or player's club discounts."