type of event
(Plus Tax & Fees)
10:00 PM, 8:30 PM
Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
at Harrah's Las Vegas
The Cafe at Harrah's
The Improv Comedy Club at Harrah’s Las Vegas
ABOUT THE IMPROV
The Improv Comedy Club at Harrah’s Las Vegas has been voted Best Las Vegas Comedy Club year in and year out. It is the place where you can laugh it up to the funniest and freshest faces in comedy. They take the stage twice a night to showcase their stand-up at the world-famous Improv.
Each week, three new comedians perform at The Improv Las Vegas, in a show that is always unique and definitely funny. VIP tickets to The Improv include preferred seating and complimentary Improv
Visit The Improv online at www.improv.com.
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|5/24-5/26||David Alan Grier||Drew Fraser||-|
|5/28-6/2||Nick Griffin||Quinn Dahle||-|
|6/4-6/9||Ben Gleib||Brant von Hoffman||Daryl Wright|
|6/18-6/23||Darryl Lenox||Tom Simmons||Helen Keaney|
|6/25-6/30||Jeff Dye||Carrie Snow||Taylor Williamson|
The Improv Celebrates 50 Years Of Laughs
David Alan Grier performing May 24 - 26
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. Comic heavy hitters sch scheduled to perform this year include David Alan Grier May 24-26 and Kevin Pollak Aug. 30-Sept. 1.
Adam Hunter is one of the hottest young comedians around today. He headlines all over the country, putting his heart and soul into every performance with an act that is brash, deep and hilarious. Hunter was a recent finalist on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” and is currently the host of MavTV’s “Man Up Stand Up.” Hunter has appeared on “The Late Show,” “Comics Unleashed,” ”Conan O’Brien” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”
Brian McKim is a writer and professional stand-up comic who has performed in all 50 states. McKim was a semifinalist on Season 7 of the NBC reality show "Last Comic Standing." He has appeared on numerous network, syndicated and cable TV shows including "Evening at the Improv," "Into the Night," "Star Search" and "The Bob & Tom Show."
David Alan Grier
Countless theater, television, film, and comedic endeavors have charted David Alan Grier's career path to stellar heights, and his ability to excel across all mediums and contexts is a testament to his inherent sense of comic timing and creative drive. The Tony and GRAMMY Award nominee was trained in Shakespeare at Yale where he received an MFA from the Yale School of Drama. Given David’s experiential background and artistic capability, it came as no surprise when Comedy Central named him as one of their “100 Greatest Stand-ups of All Time.”
Drew Fraser began his career in Boston, Massachusetts at the world-famous "Nick's Comedy Stop." He later moved to New York City where his career took off. Fraser’s first television appearance was on "Showtime at the Apollo." Fraser has also been seen on Russell Simmons' "Def Comedy Jam" and "BET Comic View" in addition to performing all over the world and filming several music videos. Fraser has received numerous awards for his stand-up acts, including "New York City's Funniest Male Comedian" in addition to placing third at the Urban Comedy Awards.
"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."