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Summer is upon us, and with it comes bathing-suit season. Fortunately, all nine of this month's free comedy shows at Comedy Central stage are 100% fat, carb, sugar and calorie-free.

All shows start at 8pm with limited seating at The Hudson in Hollywood. Call (323) 960-5519 for reservations.

4 Tuesday
BONAFIDE
Sketch Comedy
Sketch team Bonafide is named for a race horse and performed by humans. Humans are welcome. No horses allowed. Performed by Lilan Bowden, Drew DiFonzo Marks, Ryan Meharry, Pam Murphy, Dave Theune and Madeline Walter. Written by Patrick Baker, Codi Fischer, Skander Halim, Ally Hord, Matt Manser and Johnny Svarzbein.
www.facebook.com/BonafideComedy

5 Wednesday
THE 2017 TONY AWARDZ
Written by Stephanie Streisand, Music by Rocco Privetera
From Off-Broadway comes a sketch show that presents your favorite Broadway awards show in 2017. Starring Ryan Karels, Tony Rodriguez, Rachel Bloom, Richard Armstead, Adam Bozarth, Douglas Widick & Stephanie Streisand.
http://www.2017tonies.com/

6 Thursday
KINKY BANGS: From Here to Here
Written by and Starring Susan-Kate Heaney & Allison Schultz
Susan-Kate and Allison attempt to overcome the trauma of growing up with curly hair AND BANGS as they try to convince the world (themselves) that they can make it in Hollywood. Comedy really does heal everything. Directed by Jamie Moyer.

11 Tuesday
SKETCHY @ BEST
Sketch Comedy
Winner of iO West’s 24-Hour Sketch Competition, Sketchy @ Best brings you good old fashioned comedy, but always with an ulterior motive. Written and performed by Adam Blanchard, Joe DeBolt, Ron Harner, Heather Horton, Eden McFadden & Lenny Wanser. Directed by Frank Caeti.

19 Wednesday
TALKING IS HARD
Written by Tricia McAlpin
Susan is having a couple of girlfriends over for a book club. It’s not a big deal. Everything’s gonna be fine. She bought tapenade. But, why won’t those helicopters stop circling her apartment. A sketch play in one act featuring Jessica Jardine, Marcy Jarreau, Ann Maddox, Tricia McAlpin and Eugene Cordero. Directed by Neil Campbell.

20 Thursday
SIT N' SPIN
Writers' Reading Series
L.A.’s longest running spoken word show. It’s deeply funny. With Craig Anton, Courtney Kocak, Catheryn Brockett, Natalie Gergely and Michael Rachlis with music by David Zasloff. Presented by Jill Soloway, Maggie Rowe and Andersen Gabrych.

25 Tuesday
BRUTE SQUAD
Sketch Comedy
Brute Squad is a fast-paced, high energy sketch group who won the 2012 L.A. Improv Comedy Festival’s Sketch Competition. Their original videos have been featured on Funny or Die! and The Huffington Post. https://www.facebook.com/BruteSquadSketch

26 Wednesday
GOD HATES FIGS
Emily Maya Mills
Emily Maya Mills’ (Key and Peele, Comedy Bang Bang) solo sketch show, God Hates Figs, skews past, present and future in an anthropological museum tour full of clowns and creeps. Lauded by the LA Weekly, and hailed by many as “Mental!” Additional voices by Barak Hardley. Directed by Julie Brister. www.EmilyMayaMills.com

27 Thursday
PRIVATE STREET: Public Access
Sketch Comedy
Private Street takes you to the world of Yorkville Public Access Television. Join them, see the crazy shows they have to offer, and find out if Yorkville Public Access can raise enough money to stay on the air! With David Brown, Charlene deGuzman, Anais Fairweather, Yak Manrique, Mark Schroeder and Dylan Booth Vigus.
https://facebook.com/PrivateStreet

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