5 Comedy Shows to See This Week

The very funny Nikki Glaser comes to Punch Line Philly.

Photo from Facebook/Official Nikki Glaser

Photo from Facebook/Official Nikki Glaser

Get In @ Good Good Comedy Theatre | Thursday, December 1
John McKeever and Tim Butterly of Comedy Central’s Delco Proper, set in Delaware County, are kicking off a new weekly comedy showcase at Good Good Comedy Theatre along with the theater’s founders, Aaron Nevins and Kate Banford. Tickets are only $5 and they promise “an insane show with a stacked lineup full of surprises.”

Jim Breuer and The Loud & Rowdy @ MilkBoy | Thursday, December 1
You know Jim Breuer from Saturday Night Live and Half Baked. He’ll be doing a stand-up set and playing songs with backing band The Loud & Rowdy from his first full-length album, Songs From the Garage. Sinners Saints from Philly will open.

Nikki Glaser @ Punch Line Philly | December 2-4
Expect a lot of sex talk in comedian Nikki Glaser’s stand-up set. Her Comedy Central show, Not Safe with Nikki Glaser, refers to her as a “comic and curious perv.”

Hasan Minhaj @ Perelman Theater at the Kimmel Center | Friday, December 2
The Daily Show correspondent brings his autobiographical show to the Kimmel as part of his first theatrical tour. Homecoming King is based on Minhaj’s experience emigrating to the U.S. from India.

Jo Firestone @ Good Good Comedy Theatre | Saturday, December 3
Earlier this year, the New York Times called Brooklyn-based comedian Jo Firestone the “most distinctive experimentalist in New York right now.” She pays Philly a visit on Saturday.

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