Venue Details

30 Star Starred
National Comedy Theatre
733 N. Seward St. Hollywood, CA 90038
323-856-4796
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rabbisara
We went to Franco's which is a great Italian restaurant on Melrose about half a mile away. We parked our car in the street near the restaurant and then walked to comedysportz from there.
ComedySportz dining Aug 04 2014 star this tip starred
Vanessa G.
There are a couple restaurants that are on the same street that are very good and reasonably priced for a sit down dinner. The details for these are on the Comedysportz website. There are many kinds of drinks (glass bottled sodas especially) and snacks available to buy at intermission, but no meals available for purchase. I do not know their policy on bringing in outside food.
ComedySportz dining Jun 09 2014 star this tip starred
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2 reviews
7 stars
attended Dec 25 2010

Fun show with a good deal of audience participation. I'm not Jewish, but it didn't matter much as long as I knew what a dreidl was. Cozy little theater and I would say it's exactly as advertised. Nice improv acting.

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1 stars
attended Dec 24 2010

Simply hilarious. My face hurt at the end of the evening from incessant smiling and laughing. This was definitely a highlight of my holiday weekend!

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Description

ComedySportz is pleased to announce that they’ve come up with a holiday show guaranteed to make anyone happy. Perennial variety show hosts Morrie and Myra Bernstein are back, despite their recent divorce, to host the holiday follies. Music comedy and guest stars in a celebration of the holidays…all of ’em.

About the Ticket Supplier: ComedySportz Los Angeles

ComedySportz Los Angeles is an improvisational theatre company specializing in interactive entertainment. Their most popular show is simply called ComedySportz; since its opening at West Coast Ensemble Theatre in Hollywood, ComedySportz has played continuously to sold-out houses.