Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Do It. Comedy is Dead at Hollywood Forever.

By now, most everyone in L.A. knows about the Cinespia screenings at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Sadly, the movie screening season is over, but the cemetery is still alive -- ha!

But really. Tomorrow night is the 13th (spooky!) edition of Comedy is Dead, a semi-regular comedy night featuring a rotating cast of very well-known and pretty well-known performers at the Masonic Lodge. The line-up this time around features Michael Ian Black, Todd Barry, Chelsea Peretti, and more. Even the opener is supposed to be downright hilarious -- Duncan Trussell apparently knows how to do a puppet joke -- so that should be an indication of the fun you'll have. Tickets are $20 (parking is free), and you can buy them here.

Comedy is Dead takes place Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 8pm at the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, located at 5970 Santa Monica Blvd. in Hollywood.

-- Chau Tu

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