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Empty Stage Theater

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2372 Veteran Ave (at Pico Boulevard)
Los Angeles, CA 90064
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(310) 470-3560
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Laugh while you learn! This place is fantastic and cozy. Not filled with competitive Hollywood types, but rather wacky individuals with incredible talent who come together to play...

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Great Improv Classes in a nurturing environment 3/9/2007

Laugh while you learn! This place is fantastic and cozy. Not filled with competitive Hollywood types, but rather wacky individuals with incredible talent who come together to play. During the week, it offers all levels of improv classes and every time you go to class you can bet on laughing yourself silly. There are also shows over the weekend, that are always unpredictable and always ridiculous, in a good way. Pros: Fun and Funny Classes, Convenient Parking more

great comedy spot 1/21/2007

This is a really great spot to catch a weekend comedy show. No need to travel into Hollywood if you're a beach-centric westsider. They specialize in a long form improv style which tries to tell tell an extended story with tangents and recurring characters. Kind of like a Robert Altman movie. There are shows at 8 9 & 10 on both Friday and Saturdays. On Fridays at 9 there's a show called POP which focuses on stuff from the news, political and not. The most popular show on Saturdays is a group called the Transformers, whose core group has been together for something like 15 years (Lisa Kudrow was in the group pre-Friends). They also have beginning and advanced improv classes during the week. Pros: good cheap comedy on the WS, easy parking more
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  • In Short
    This diminutive Westside theater functions as a workshop and performance space for up-and-coming comics. Reserved for classes during the week, improvisational performances are open to the public Friday and Saturday nights. The black-box theater seats about 50 people, and the audience is usually comprised of a performer's friends, family and well-wishers. Pre- or post-show food and beverage service consists of complimentary cookies and punch.

  • 8/17/2004 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Hours:

    Fri-Sat 7pm-11pm
  • Payments:

    Cash
  • Neighborhoods:

    West LA, West Los Angeles

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