Description: Our signature show. This is only the best of the best that the Comedy Store has to offer 14 of the best, most polished and nationally recognized comics, headlining on one stage in the historic Main Room. Previously home to Ciro's club, our stage has been graced by Sammy Davis, Frank Sinatra, Desi and Lucy, Martin and Lewis and many more. As the Comedy Store it has been home to everyone from Jackie Mason to Dave Chappele and all in between. Doors Open at 8:30, Show Begins at 9:00 All shows are 21+ With a 2 Drink Minimum
Rick Ingraham: Started stand-up comedy at Stanford and Sons Comedy Club in Kansas City (little Hollywood). After two years in the fast-paced, highly competetive Kansas City comedy scene, I moved to L.A. and started doing comedy full time. I’ve been a regular at the Hollywood Comedy Store since 2003, performing 5 nights a week. I also perform at the "Comedy and Magic Club" in Hermosa beach occasionally, and I’ve performed at both "Laugh Factories" (L.A. & N.Y.), a number of "Improv" Comedy Clubs (L.A., Miami, Ontario, Irvine, Brea, San Jose, Tampa Bay), the Comedy Store in La Jolla (San Diego), Mandalay Bay Casino (Las Vegas), and tons of other comedy clubs around the country (Looney Bins, Jokers, Comedy House, Wiley’s). I have opened on the road touring with national headliners Andrew "Dice" Clay and Pauly Shore. I’ve seen some great places with "Dice" like Miami, New York, and Vegas... livin’ the dream... And I’ve seen the worst parts of America with Pauly, like Dayton, Wichita, and Brownsville... livin the Weasel nightmare... The unbelievable stories can be read in my soon to be written Autobiography "On My Way Up, On Their Way Down: Rising From the Ashes of Hollywood Burnouts".
Kirk Fox: Actor/comedian Kirk Fox won the jury prize for best standup at the 2007 HBO Comedy Festival in Aspen, has a “Comedy Central Presents” and has had multiple appearances on “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno. Kirk can currently be seen as Sewage Joe on NBC's "Parks and Recreation" and as Mr. March on Nickelodeon's "How to Rock."