My upcoming shows (including Chicago next week):
Thu 3/3 - 9pm - CSL @ Kabin
Fri 3/4 - 8pm - Hot Soup @ O'Hanlon's
Sat 3/5 - 8pm - Comedy Show @ The Cove
Sun 3/6 - 9pm - Entertaining Julia @ Town Hall Pub (Chicago)
Mon 3/7 - 9pm - Hug City Presents: Free Show @ Racine Plumbing Bar & Grill (Chicago)
Tue 3/8 - 9:30pm - Chicago Underground Comedy @ Beat Kitchen (Chicago)
Wed 3/9 - 9pm - CYSK @ Timothy O'Toole's (Chicago)
Thu 3/10 - 9:30pm - Riot @ Chicago Joes (Chicago)
Thu 3/10 - 10pm - Rotten Comedy @ Oakwood Bar and Grill (Chicago)
Fri 3/11 - 10pm - Red Bar @ Ontourage (Chicago)
Sat 3/12 - 8pm - Red Bar @ Ontourage (Chicago)
Sat 3/12 - 10pm - Red Bar @ Ontourage (Chicago)
Thu 3/17 - 8pm - Mish Mosh @ Birch Coffee
Fri 3/18 - 8pm - Hot Soup @ O'Hanlon's
Sat 3/19 - 8pm - We're All Friends Here @ The Creek
Friday's (3/4) Hot Soup lineup:
Neal Brennan (co-creator of Chappelle Show)
Every Friday at 8pm
O'Hanlon's (back room)
349 E 14th St between 1st and 2nd Ave. (map)
Produced by Matt Ruby, Mark Normand, Andy Haynes, and David Cope
Sandpaper Suit is NYC standup comic Matt Ruby's (now defunct) comedy blog. Keep in touch: Sign up for Matt's weekly Rubesletter. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming shows: Kabin tonight, Hot Soup on Friday, and Chicago next week
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