Moving from its humble digs on Broadway, the Sacramento Comedy Spot — the cityâ€™s premier destination for improv, sketch, and stand-up comedy â€“ opens Friday at its new location in the Marrs Building on 20th and J in the heart of midtown. The Spot has been putting on some of Sacramentoâ€™s best improvised and sketch comedy shows for almost a decade. If you like shows like Saturday Night Live, and Whoâ€™s Line is it Anyway?, this is the comedy club for you. Fridayâ€™s shows feature the Anti-Cooperation League, Sacramentoâ€™s longest running long-form improv group, at 9pm and Throwdown, a competitive improv and stand-up battle, at 10:30pm. Tickets are only $8 per show and are nearly sold out. Shows run Saturday and Sunday as well starting at 8pm.
Check the Sacramento Comedy Spotâ€™s website for information on show times, tickets, and a schedule of classes where you can learn how perform improv, write sketches, and put together a stand-up act worthy of the club circuit. www.saccomedyspot.com