Al Madrigal (Tonight Show, Gary Unmarried) at the Chicago Improv of Schaumburg
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The last date listed for Comedian Al Madrigal was Saturday November 13, 2010 / 7:00pm.
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Jay I.
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Al Madriqal is hilarious, a great story-teller who relates to many of life's expected, and unexpected, situations. He's almost like one of those movies you need to see twice because you are sure you've missed something during the performance.
We would definitely seek him out and attend a show again. Jay I.
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The show included two warm-up comedians and then the headliner. We've been to the Improv several times, and the shows are generally pretty good. However, I thought this particular threesome was exceptional... each different with refreshingly...continued
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See Al at his website.
Jury Award Winner for Best Stand-Up Comedian at the 2004 HBO Aspen Comedy Festival, Al Madrigal is a comic to watch. Called “dynamic” by The New York Times, Al has turned a flair for storytelling into a standing as one of the nation’s fastest rising stand-up comedians.
His unique, spontaneous, and fast-paced lyrical style has already landed him several starring roles in network television shows and earned him numerous appearances on Comedy Central including his own Comedy Central Presents special, an animated bit on the show Shorties Watching Shorties, Reel Comedy, and Cheech Marin and Friends Live from The South Beach Comedy Festival.
Al has also appeared as a regular sketch performer on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Other stand-up credits include Jimmy Kimmel Live, Late Friday on NBC, Party at The Palms with Jenny McCarthy, Latino Laugh Festival the Show on SiTv, and Comedy Minutos on HBO Latino. Recently, Al starred as “Jesus” alongside Jeffrey Tambor and Raquel Welch in the CBS show “Welcome to The Captain” before earning a role in the network’s “Gary, Unmarried”.