Improv Shop Open Microphone
(7PM, The Improv Shop, 510 N. Euclid Saint Louis, MO 63115)
Check out The Improv Shop’s new home in the Grove with a full kitchen and two showrooms! Rafe Williams and Bobby Jaycox host this night of free-for-all comedy.
Babylon Comedy Open Mic
(7PM, Babylon Bar and Grill, 4744 Mid Rivers Mall Drive St. Louis, MO 63376)
Jimmy Day hosts this weekly open mic that also serves as a competition. The top comics of the night move on to a showcase at the end of the month!
Comedy Shipwreck Open Mic
(10PM, The Heavy Anchor, 5226 Gravois Ave St. Louis, MO 63116)
$1 PBRs have fueled this ship for years and there’s no stopping it. One of the premier mics in the city, the Comedy Shipwreck is captained by Chad Wallace at the beloved Heavy Anchor, a south city St. Louis jewel.
Comedy 101 Open Mic
(8PM, Bar 101 Soulard, 1724 South Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63104)
Josh Slobe hosts this night of open mic comedy featuring newcomers and seasoned veterans in a classy showroom with fancy drink specials.
Wild Card Comedy
(10:30PM, The Crow’s Nest, 7336 Manchester, St. Louis, MO 63143)
A mix between an open mic and a college party, Wild Card Wednesday at The Crow’s Nest subjects St. Louis comedians to ridiculous challenges during their sets. Come out and cheer or jeer them on!
Compass Improv Open Court Fundraiser
(8PM, The Heavy Anchor, 5226 Gravois Ave St. Louis, MO 63116)
What happens when we put a bunch of improvisers in a bucket, shake them up, and reform them into brand new teams?
All The Feels
(7:30PM, The Improv Shop, 3960 Chouteau Ave St. Louis, MO 63110)
Hosted by Angela Smith, this show has been a hit with every audience. Come hear the real life stories of your peers. They might be funny, sweet, silly, or even a little sad. But they’ll always give you…all the feels.
Coffee Break w/ Ken Warner
(8PM, Foam Coffee & Beer, 3359 S. Jeffereson, St. Louis, MO 63118)
Pretty much everywhere, it’s gonna be hot. But nothing in August will be as hot as the lineup for August’s edition of Coffee Break. Admission is $5, and 20% of proceeds go to Grounds for Health (http://www.groundsforhealth.org/). The rest of the proceeds go directly to the performers.
Once Upon a Time: Cult Classics and B Movie Madness
(7:45PM, The Improv Shop, 3960 Choteau, St. Louis, MO 63110)
Once Upon a Time will take you on a journey of in the moment improvised theater. You’ll see guest performances, original sketch comedy and it will all be capped off with an improvised story from the Once Upon a Time players devoted to the night’s theme.
Just a bit more!
(Various Times, 1155 Saint Louis Galleria St. Louis, MO 63117)
Hal Sparks – the host of the Emmy-award winning “Talk Soup” on E! and has numerous television credits to his name including: Showtime’s “Queer As Folk,” “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “Larry King Live,” Disney’s “Lab Rats,” and VH1’s hit pop culture series “I Love The…”
Funny Bone St. Louis
(Various Times, 614 Westport Plz St. Louis, MO 63146)
Cocoa Brown – This lovable, down-to-earth celebrity and proud new mom keeps t-v audiences tuning in every week for an intoxicating dose of Cocoa infused humor. She also captivates audiences worldwide at renowned comedy venues. Her creative writing and meticulously produced sets coupled with the ever-changing hairstyles and gutsy sense of fashion ignites rousing, protracted standing ovations.
Hey Guys Comedy
(Various Times, 5225 N Illinois 159, Fairview Heights, IL 62208)
Ryan Davis – With over 1.3 million Facebook fans and counting, Ryan Davis is a comedian out of Concord, NC whose versatile style of comedy has allowed him to open for mainstream acts such as Jay Pharoah ofSNL, urban acts like Michael Blackson of Next Friday, and eccentric acts like Tom Green of The Tom Green Show.
AJ Finney – Stylistically manic, artistically brilliant, AJ Finney is an eclectic Midwesterner with a passion for the psychedelic scene of the Sixties. Comedy, jam bands and Volkswagens — that’s him. He’s an eco-friendly, improvisational, sometimes philosophical, patchouli-soaked quipster. AJ’s organic approach is refreshing and his poetic stream of consciousness style makes for a colorful and unforgettable comedic experience. His audience (much like the Deadheads) are finding him through alternative venues such as music festivals, head shops, and record stores.