It’s exactly 10 days until Halloween! You’ve been working diligently on your costumes. You’re sick of pumpkin spice (which is weird, because pumpkin spice is pretty rad). The thought of the Cubs in the World Series is making you crazy. And, the presidential election makes you want to cry. What is a St. Louisan to do?
Go see one of these shows and cheer up!
Impolite Company: October Invasion ($5 – The Crack Fox, 1114 Olive, St. Louis, MO 63101) – This month’s edition of Impolite Company: A Stand Up Comedy Show for Adults has a solid lineup of traveling and local comics guaranteed to get your mind off of the most recent Blues hockey loss. Angela Smith from St. Louis is joined by Alex Seligsohn and Amanda Lynn Deal from Chicago, and Nathan Baine and Mo Arora from Atlanta. Doors at 10pm. Show at 10:30pm.
Mound City Comedy presents: The CrabFeast f/ Ryan Sickler & Jay Larson w/Special Guest Nikki Glaser ($18 – The Duck Room at Blueberry Hill, 6504 Delmar, St. Louis, MO 63130) – Tim Convy’s Mound City Comedy once again has a great show. This month features Ryan Sickler and Jay Larson from The CrabFeast, and special guest spot from Not Safe’s Nikki Glaser. Show starts at 9pm.
Royal Comedy Jam! ($20 adv/$25 at door – Panorama Banquet Center, 200 S Belt W, Belleville, Illinois 62220) – Damon Williams from the Tom Joyner Morning Show headlines the evening with St. Louis’s own Precious J and Prince Jigg. DJ Scooby provides music for the rest of the evening. Doors at 7:30pm. Show at 8:30pm.
Putty Presents: The Happy Hobo (Chapter 1) (Free – The Improv Shop, 510 N Euclid Ave, St. Louis 63108) – The vagrant’s path can be rough going, but with over 5 decades of the transient lifestyle under his belt, Roger “Raggins” Aggins helps the not-so-wealthy stay happy, healthy and stealthy. Really, the best thing to do is to follow the link and read the description yourself. Show starts at 11:30 PM.
Put on your laughing shoes and get out of the house!