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Most large metropolitan cities are home to a number of local comedy clubs. There are a few well known comedy clubs located in famous cities such as Hollywood, but there's nothing like a quaint comedy nightclub atmosphere in any city or town wherein jokes, drinks, and laughter fill the air. These local area comedy clubs provide venues to up and coming comedians. In the early 1960s and throughout the free-spirited 70s, local comedy clubs flourished, catering to rising comedians seeking venues to rehearse their comedic routines. Some of the amateurs of that time are famous comedians of today who got their start in local area comedy clubs. During this time, comedy clubs were a way for rising stand-up comedians to improve their skills engaging in humorous, improvisational acting that has amused generations of captive audiences. Humor is therapeutic. Laughter has positive health effects. Laughter increases endorphins and neurotransmitters, hormones that promote physical and emotional feelings of well being. Laughter is contagious and can tickle a person to wonderful tears of joy. The social interaction experienced in local comedy club atmospheres is beneficial. It allows guests to step back from reality, listen to comedians express life situations in humorous ways, and laugh, laugh, laugh. Mark Twain once said that humor is the great thing, the saving thing. The minute it crops up, all our irritation and resentments slip away, and a sunny spirit takes their place.
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Stand-up comedians provoke laughter. Comedians amuse their guests with comical situations involving audiences through participation. From funny life anecdotes to improvisation, from fantastic magic tricks to the wonderment of ventriloquism, and from funny impersonations to political satire, guests are sure to be entertained. General admission is reasonable, usually from $10 to $25 dollars. Clubs are well managed, safe and secure, monitored by experienced security and club members. The hosts are always gracious and funny. Local clubs offer VIP nights for private parties, intimate banquets, celebrations, or social gatherings. Most local comedy clubs have a website to assist perspective guests with RSVPs. These sites offer event listings to help create fun, memorable nights for mates, friends, or family members. Some of the worlds most famous stand-up comedians still perform at these local comedy clubs. Pauly Shore, Eddie Griffin, Paul Rodriguez, Jim Varney, and Damon Wayans frequent comedy clubs on a regular basis. Jeff Altman, Eddie Murphy, Bob Saget, David Letterman, Whoopi Goldberg, and Jim Carrey also make appearances at local comedy clubs. Charles Fleisher, one of the voices of the famed Simpsons cartoon character, and Garry Shandling are regulars at local clubs. John Lovitz and Sarah Silverman are a few of the biggest headliners, comedic powerhouses engaging in humorous repartee that tickles the heart, spirit, and the soul. Search Local Comedy Clubs in your area to find locations, directions, maps, and contact numbers. Comedians and guests alike, return to local comedy clubs again and again as these clubs are where many comics began their careers. Local comedy clubs are home to some of the worlds funniest stand-up comics.