Einstein Simplified

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Einstein Simplified

Web Site: EinsteinSimplified.com

In the summer of 1994 twelve wannabe comedians took a course in improvisation based on the Improv Olympics and Second City teachings. Ten managed to survive the rigorous eight weeks and joined forces to burst upon the Knoxville, TN comedy scene as “Einstein Simplified”. Starting out by opening for an open mic night they were allowed fifteen minutes and maybe they would be asked back.…

Einstein Simplified has been entertaining Knoxville, TN and the surrounding area since 1994. The troupe has performed more than 1,100 short form comedy improv show in Knoxville and the surrounding region. At each show, audience members make suggestions to challenge Einstein Simplified troupe members to complete in a variety of hilarious games

Find out why everyone loves to laugh at the longest running comedy improv show in Knoxville.

Take note: this week’s show is at the Blue Slip Winery in The Southern Station rather than the usual weekly location at Scruffy City Hall. So, come on down to Blue Slip Winery this week for a special vintage of Einstein Simplified.

EinsteinSimplified.com

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Laugh in Public: Your Guide to Live Comedy in East Tennessee (April 22-May 1)

Welcome to another weekly edition of the Scruffy City Live Comedy Guide in East Tennessee. It’s packed full of information to help you find live comedy events across the 423 and 865 area code regions of East Tennessee from this weekend to next weekend.

Cities featured in this week’s guide are: ChattanoogaGatlinburgJohnson CityKingsport – KnoxvilleOak Ridge

Laugh In Public: Live Comedy Events in East Tennessee: April 22-May 1, 2016.

CHATTANOOGA

Friday, April 22: Michael Mack (stand-up)
Comedy Catch. Two shows: 7:30 pm and 9:45 pm. $15. 18+.

Comedian Michael Mack (as heard frequently on The John Boy and Billy Show and The Bob and Tom Show) is the headliner this weekend at Chattanooga’s The Comedy Catch at the Chattanooga Choo Choo.

Saturday, April 23: Michael Mack (stand-up)
Comedy Catch. Two shows: 7:30 pm and 9:45 pm. $15. 18+.

Sunday, April 24: Michael Mack (stand-up)
Comedy Catch. 7:30 pm. $10. 18+.

Sunday, April 24: ComedyFight! (open mic/stand-up/competition)
The Honest Pint. 10 pm. No cover. 21+

It’s an open mic comedy show, with a stand-up comedy contest included. Each week, two comics compete for audience votes. The winner closes the show with a longer set and moves on to the ComedyFight! bracket tournament where fame and glory await. Ian Sharp is your host.

Wednesday, April 27: Grandma Lee (stand-up)
Comedy Catch. 7:30 pm. $12. 18+

America’s funniest grandma, Grandma Lee, returns to Chattanoga’s The Comedy Catch for a special performance.

Wednesday, April 27: JJ’s Bohemia Open Mic (open mic)
JJ’s Bohemia. 8 pm. No cover. 18+.

It’s time for another week of open mic comedy featuring the best of Chattanooga’s local comics and some visiting comedians as well. Each week Ryan Darling and Ben Dalby put on a good show for your entertainment.

Thursday, April 28: Spanky Brown (stand-up)
Comedy Catch. 7:30 pm. $10. 18+.

Chattanooga loves Spanky Brown and the feeling is mutual. The Comedy Catch welcomes Spanky Brown back to the stage for a weekend of making Chattanooga laugh.

Thursday, April 28: Open Mic Comedy at McHale’s (open mic)
McHale’s Brewhouse. 8 pm. No cover. 18+.

Chattanooga’s Jared Nipper is your guide for an evening of open mic comedy at McHale’s Brewhouse.

Friday, April 29: Spanky Brown (stand-up)
Comedy Catch. Two shows: 7:30 pm and 9:45 pm. $15. 18+.

Saturday, April 30: Spanky Brown (stand-up)
Comedy Catch. Two shows: 7:30 pm and 9:45 pm. $15. 18+.

Sunday, May 1: Spanky Brown (stand-up)
Comedy Catch. 7:30 pm. $10. 18+.

Sunday, May 1: ComedyFight! (open mic/stand-up/competition)
The Honest Pint. 10 pm. No cover. 21+

It’s an open mic comedy show, with a stand-up comedy contest included. Each week, two comics compete for audience votes. The winner closes the show with a longer set and moves on to the ComedyFight! bracket tournament where fame and glory await. Ian Sharp is your host.

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GATLINBURG

Saturday, April 23: Ramblings of a Plaid Mind (variety)
Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre. 8 pm. $8.90-$24.95. PG.

Celebrate 40 years of Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre’s vaudeville-style revues of comedy, improv, music, magic, and more, with a new show for the season: Ramblings of a Plaid Mind.

Tuesday, April 26: Ramblings of a Plaid Mind (variety)
Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre. 8 pm. $8.90-$24.95. PG.

Thursday, April 28: Ramblings of a Plaid Mind (variety)
Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre. 8 pm. $8.90-$24.95. PG.

Saturday, April 30: Ramblings of a Plaid Mind (variety)
Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre. 8 pm. $8.90-$24.95. PG.

JOHNSON CITY

Wednesday, April 27: Krish Mohan (stand-up)
The Hideaway. 10 pm. $5. 18+.

Spike Collar Comedy presents a headline comedy performance from Krish Mohan. Additional performances are scheduled from Katherine Jessup, JC Ratliff, Jos Cashon, and Jessica Lane.

Thursday, April 28: Next Door Comedy Night (open mic/stand-up)
Acoustic Coffeehouse. 9:30 pm. $5. 18+

It’s the two-year anniversary of Next Door Comedy Night. Scheduled performers this evening include: Hunter Roberts, Sam Rucker, Corey Jeter, David Habel, Cliff Andrews, Leah Garth, Jessica Lane, Matt Keilman, and Art Sturtevant.

KINGSPORT

Saturday, April 23: Robert Kelly (stand-up)
Kingsport Renaissance Center. 7 pm. $24.95. 18+.

FX TV’s Robert Kelly (Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll) headlines an evening of stand-up comedy at the Kingsport Renaissance Center. The show will also include a musical performance from the Crystal Shipley Trio.

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KNOXVILLE

Friday, April 22: Cattywampus Puppet Council (experimental/variety)
Pilot Light. 9 pm. $5. 18+.

Join the Cattywampus Puppet Council for their 2nd Annual Spring Revue and Variety Show, featuring a mixture of music, performance art, puppetry, comedy, and dancing with wild abandon.

Friday, April 22: Fourth and Gill Friday! (open mic)
Sassy Ann’s. 9 pm. No cover. 21+.

It’s another week at the Fourth and Gill funhouse known as Sassy Ann’s. Join host Jake James for a night of open mic comedy this week.

Saturday, April 23: Laughter of Love Comedy Show and Party (stand-up/dance party)
Whispers Social Lounge. 8 pm. $15. 21+.

DJ Von presents an evening of laughter at Whispers Social Lounge. Tonight’s host is Grave Digger with a special guest performance by Sista “Big” Bone and Tyler Craig.

Saturday, April 23: Fort Sanders Yacht Club Open Mic Night (open mic/variety)
Fort Sanders Yacht Club. 9 pm. No cover. 18+

It’s an open mic for various types of performing arts including comedy, spoken word and poetry, music and singing, and more. This weekly open mic also offers prizes to the night’s top performers as voted on by the audience.

Sunday, April 24: Cattywampus Puppet Council (experimental/variety)
The Birdhouse. 2 pm. $7. All ages.

It’s an all ages version of the Cattywampus Puppet Council’s 2nd Annual Spring Revue and Variety Show. Come on down to The Birdhouse in the Fourth and Gill Neighborhood for puppetry, music, dancing, comedy, and more.

Sunday, April 24: Upstairs Underground Comedy (open mic)
Preservation Pub. 8 pm. No cover before 8 pm. 21+.

Join us for another edition of East Tennessee’s longest-running comedy open mic. Boston McCown is your host for the evening.

Monday, April 25: On the Mic with Mike (variety)
Scruffy City Hall. 7 pm. No cover. 18+.

Join the fun at Scruffy City Hall with an attention-deficit, topsy-turvy take on the traditional late night show. Your host Mike Bartlett has created this show to marry his passions for music, comedy, and talk shows into a single adventure.

Monday, April 25: Spellbound presented by QED (experimental/improv)
Pilot Light. 7:30 pm. No cover. 18+.

It’s a comedy spelling bee! This popular QED Comedy Lab theme returns for another round of spelling fun as our performers are challenged to spell words invented for the show by our host Shane Rhyne. Then, they must perform various tasks as assigned by the host to help define the word. It’s an evening of improv fun and a chance to expand your vocabulary.

Tuesday, April 26: Krish Mohan (stand-up)
Open Chord. 8 pm. No cover. 18+.

Spike Collar Comedy presents an evening of stand-up comedy at the Open Chord with a headline performance from Krish Mohan. Additional performances are scheduled from Patrick CunninghamLiz Brooks, and Jay Kendrick. JC Ratliff is your host for the evening.

Tuesday, April 26: Einstein Simplified (improv)
Southern Station/Blue Slip Winery. 8:15 pm. No cover. 21+.

The gang from Einstein Simplified breaks out of their normal routine with a “road show” at the historic Southern Station and Blue Slip Winery in downtown Knoxville. Come on out and enjoy the fun of improv, blended with a wine tasting.

Tuesday, April 26: Longbranch Saloon Open Mic (open mic)
Longbranch Saloon. 9 pm. No cover. 18+.

Every week, John Miller hosts a comedy open mic at the oldest live entertainment venue on “The Strip” adjacent to the University of Tennessee campus. Come on out and catch the rising stars of Knoxville comedy.

Wednesday, April 27: The Creature from the Black Lagoon (experimental)
Scruffy City Hall. 11:30 pm. No cover. 18+.

It’s a special bonus late night episode of Scruffy Science Cinepub 6000 for April as our local comics riff their way through the classic horror flick The Creature from the Black Lagoon to help wrap up the Knoxville Music and Film Festival. The host for this festival show is Matt Chadourne. Our panel of comics will include Shane Rhyne, Sean Simoneau, and Tyler Sonnichsen.

Thursday, April 28: Sugar High! (stand-up)
Sugar Mama’s. 8 pm. No cover. 18+.

The producers of Rain/Shine Events are at it again with the debut of a new monthly comedy showcase bringing comedy to the 100 Block of Gay Street. It’s the launch of Sugar High! at the new home of Sugar Mama’s, a bakery/craft beer bar that serves sweet and savory treats along with delicious brews. And, on the fourth Thursday of each month, comedy will be on the menu, too. This month’s show is hosted by Sean Simoneau with performances from the other Rain/Shine team of comics: Matt Chadourne, Shane Rhyne, and Tyler Sonnichsen.

Friday, April 29: Fourth and Gill Friday! (open mic)
Sassy Ann’s. 9 pm. No cover. 21+.

It’s an evening of open mic comedy and dancing in the funhouse of Fourth and Gill. Join host Jake James for sets from local and visiting comics each week at Fourth and Gill Friday!

Saturday, April 30: Fort Sanders Yacht Club Open Mic Night (open mic/variety)
Fort Sanders Yacht Club. 9 pm. No cover. 18+

It’s an open mic for various types of performing arts including comedy, spoken word and poetry, music and singing, and more. This weekly open mic also offers prizes to the night’s top performers as voted on by the audience.

Sunday, May 1: Upstairs Underground Comedy (open mic)
Preservation Pub. 8 pm. No cover before 8 pm. 21+.

Join us for another edition of East Tennessee’s longest-running comedy open mic. Boston McCown is your host for the evening.

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OAK RIDGE

Saturday, April 23: Blayr Nias (stand-up)
Grove Theatre. 8 pm. $10. 18+.

It’s time for another edition of the popular monthly showcase Comedy at the Grove. This month’s show is headlined by Charlotte, North Carolina’s Blayr Nias, with additional performances scheduled from Asheville’s Art Sturtevant and Tom Scheve. Knoxville’s own Sam King is your host this month.

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And there you have it. There’s something for everyone in this week’s 10-day guide to live comedy in East Tennessee. Stay up to date on these shows and more by following Scruffy City Comedy on Facebook and Twitter.

For more information about these or other events, check the links in this post or visit the Scruffy City Comedy Calendar on ScruffyCityComedy.com. As schedules often change, please check in advance with the event for updated show times, box office prices, etc. Prices listed here may not always include various service fees, taxes, etc. Always check with the show organizer or box office linked in the event description for the official details.

Einstein Simplified

Photo of Einstein Simplified

Einstein Simplified

Web Site: EinsteinSimplified.com

In the summer of 1994 twelve wannabe comedians took a course in improvisation based on the Improv Olympics and Second City teachings. Ten managed to survive the rigorous eight weeks and joined forces to burst upon the Knoxville, TN comedy scene as “Einstein Simplified”. Starting out by opening for an open mic night they were allowed fifteen minutes and maybe they would be asked back.…

Einstein Simplified has been entertaining Knoxville, TN and the surrounding area since 1994. The troupe has performed more than 1,100 short form comedy improv show in Knoxville and the surrounding region. At each show, audience members make suggestions to challenge Einstein Simplified troupe members to complete in a variety of hilarious games

Find out why everyone loves to laugh at the longest running comedy improv show in Knoxville.

Take note: this week’s show is at the Blue Slip Winery in The Southern Station rather than the usual weekly location at Scruffy City Hall. So, come on down to Blue Slip Winery this week for a special vintage of Einstein Simplified.

EinsteinSimplified.com

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Laugh in Public: Your Guide to Live Comedy in East Tennessee (April 8-17)

Welcome to another weekly edition of the Scruffy City Live Comedy Guide in East Tennessee. It’s packed full of information to help you find live comedy events across the 423 and 865 area code regions of East Tennessee from this weekend to next weekend.

Get out there and laugh this week.

Cities featured in this week’s guide are: ChattanoogaGreeneville – KnoxvilleMaryville

Laugh In Public: Live Comedy Events in East Tennessee: April 8-17, 2016.

CHATTANOOGA

Friday, April 8: World Series of Comedy-Satellite Round (stand-up)
The Comedy Catch. Two shows: 7:30 and 9:45 pm. $17. 18+

The competition has been narrowed to 40 comics for the Satellite Round. Winners of the Satellite Round will win a week of booked work at The Comedy Catch and will also earn a spot in the WSOC’s second round in Las Vegas this September. A panel of comedy professionals will judge the show, but the audience also has a vote. Come on out and help launch the next star of comedy.

Saturday, April 9: World Series of Comedy-Satellite Round Finals (stand-up)
The Comedy Catch. Two shows: 7:30 and 9:45 pm. $17. 18+

Sunday, April 10: Girl on Girl Comedy and Revue (variety)
The Comedy Catch. 7:30 pm. $10. 18+

Girl on Girl Comedy and Revue puts the women in charge with an evening of comedy, burlesque, and more performed by some of the region’s best female and LGBT performers. Christy Eidson is your host for the evening.

Sunday, April 10: ComedyFight! (open mic/stand-up/competition)
The Honest Pint. 10 pm. No cover. 18+

It’s an open mic comedy show, with a stand-up comedy contest included. Each week, two comics compete for audience votes. The winner closes the show with a longer set and moves on to the ComedyFight! bracket tournament where fame and glory await. Ian Sharp is your host.

Tuesday, April 12: Improv Chattanooga Intermediate Showcase #1 (improv)
The Granfalloon. 8 pm. $5. PG-13

The inaugural Intermediate Improv class of Improv Chattanooga presents a showcase of the new skills they’ve developed.

Wednesday, April 13: Improv Chattanooga Beginner’s Showcase #7 (improv)
The Granfalloon. 8 pm. $5. PG-13.

A new class of beginners at Improv Chattanooga show off the skills they’ve learned in this showcase.

Wednesday, April 13: JJ’s Bohemia Open Mic (open mic)
JJ’s Bohemia. 8 pm. No cover. 18+.

Each week Ryan Darling and Ben Dalby bring a group of talented comedians to the JJ’s Bohemia stage to make you laugh. Join the fun at Chattanooga’s weekly comedy open mic. Shows often feature a touring featured comedian to round out the night.

Thursday, April 14: Mark Lowry (stand-up/variety)
Chattanooga Convention Center. 6 pm. $50. All ages.

Gospel music star and comedian Mark Lowry is the featured entertainer for the Bryan Opportunity Program fundraiser dinner for Bryan College.

Thursday, April 14: Comedy Catch Open Mic (open mic)
Comedy Catch. 7:30 pm. $10. 18+

The Comedy Catch’s Open Mic Wednesdays moves to Thursday this week. Jerry Harvey closes out the show tonight. Luke Marter is your host for the evening.

Thursday, April 14: Open Mic Comedy at McHale’s (open mic)
McHale’s Brewhouse. 8 pm. No cover. 18+.

Your host Jared Nipper brings to the stage a variety of comics from Chattanooga and beyond each week for Open Mic Comedy at McHale’s. Come on out and join the fun.

Friday, April 15: Theo Von (stand-up)
Comedy Catch. Two shows: 7:30 and 9:45 pm. $12-$18. 18+.

TBS star of Deal with It and fan favorite of NBC’s Last Comic Standing Theo Von arrives for a weekend of comedy at Chattanooga’s Comedy Catch.

Saturday, April 16: Theo Von (stand-up)
Comedy Catch. Two shows: 7:30 and 9:45 pm. $12-$18. 18+.

Sunday, April 17: Ray Stevens (stand-up/variety)
Tivoli Theatre. 7 pm. $49.50-$125. All ages.

Famed singer/songwriter Ray Stevens, known for comedy classics such as “The Streak,” “Guitarzan,” and more, performs at Chattanooga’s Tivoli Theatre. Southern comedian Etta May provides the opening act.

Sunday, April 17: Theo Von (stand-up)
Comedy Catch. 7:30 pm. $12-$18. 18+.

Sunday, April 17: ComedyFight! (open mic/stand-up/competition)
The Honest Pint. 10 pm. No cover. 18+

It’s an open mic comedy show, with a stand-up comedy contest included. Each week, two comics compete for audience votes. The winner closes the show with a longer set and moves on to the ComedyFight! bracket tournament where fame and glory await. Ian Sharp is your host.

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GREENEVILLE

Saturday, April 9: Tim Hawkins (stand-up/music)
Niswonger Performing Arts Center. 7:30 pm. $25-$75. PG.

Comedian and musical parody artist Tim Hawkins brings his guitar and wit to the stage for an evening of comedy at Greeneville’s Niswonger Performing Arts Center.

Thursday, April 14: Popovich Comedy Pet Theater (variety/vaudeville)
Niswonger Performing Arts Center. 7 pm. $15-$25. All ages.

Las Vegas performer Gregory Popovich brings his vaudeville-style show to Greeneville’s Niswonger Performing Arts Center for an evening of family-oriented comedy, clowning, juggling, and performances from Popovich’s talented 30 rescue pets.

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KNOXVILLE

Friday, April 8: The Improv*Ables (improv)
Time Warp Tea Room. 7:30 pm. No cover. PG.

Every month, Knoxville-based improv group The Improv*Ables entertains you with a free show at the Time Warp Tea Room in Knoxville’s Happy Holler.

Friday, April 8: The Open Hand (theater)
Clarence Brown Theater Lab. 7:30 pm. $5-$15. PG.

SOLD OUT. Clarence Brown Theatre hosts the world premiere of The Open Hand, a satire commissioned by the theatre. This presentation is currently listed as sold out. Please check with the box office for additional information or alternate available dates.

Friday, April 8: The Book of Mormon (theater)
Tennessee Theatre. 8 pm. $45-$90. PG.

The smash hit comedy musical The Book of Mormon arrives in Knoxville as part of the Tennessee Theatre’s Broadway series.

Friday, April 8: Fourth and Gill Friday! (open mic)
Sassy Ann’s. 9 pm. No cover. 21+

Sassy Ann’s might look like your grandma’s house on the outside, but inside you’ll find two bars, a dance floor, and live comedy. Join guest host Kevin Shockley for an evening of open mic comedy with some special guest featured comedians.

Saturday, April 9: The Book of Mormon (theater)
Tennessee Theatre. Two shows: 2 and 8 pm. $45-$90. PG.

Saturday, April 9: The Open Hand (theater)
Clarence Brown Theater Lab. 7:30 pm. $5-$15. PG.

SOLD OUT. This presentation is currently listed as sold out. Please check with the box office for additional information or alternate available dates.

Saturday, April 9: Jenn Snyder (stand-up)
Kristtopher’s. 8 pm. $5. 21+.

It’s a great night of comedy at Kristtopher’s in Bearden as Jenn Snyder, one of South Carolina’s funniest comics, takes the stage. Also performing will be Danny Whitson, and Matt Ward.

Saturday, April 9: Fort Sanders Yacht Club Open Mic Night (open mic/variety)
Fort Sanders Yacht Club. 9 pm. No cover. 18+

It’s an open mic for various types of performing arts including comedy, spoken word and poetry, music and singing, and more. This weekly open mic also offers prizes to the night’s top performers as voted on by the audience.

Saturday, April 9: Silly Saturdays with DJ Stearl the Pearl (stand-up)
Square Room. 9 pm. $25. 21+

DJ Stearl the Pearl drops the beat on a comedy show with its own built-in after party. Lawrence Owens is your host with a headline performance from Dave Martin (HBO’s Bad Boys of Comedy). Carolina’s Queen of Comedy, Sweet Baby Kita, will also perform.

Sunday, April 10: The Book of Mormon (theater)
Tennessee Theatre. Two shows: 2 and 7:30 pm. $45-$90. PG.

Sunday, April 10: The Open Hand (theater)
Clarence Brown Theater Lab. 2 pm. $5-$15. PG.

SOLD OUT. This presentation is currently listed as sold out. Please check with the box office for additional information or alternate available dates.

Sunday, April 10: Upstairs Underground Comedy (open mic)
Preservation Pub. 8 pm. No cover before 8 pm. 21+.

Join us for another edition of Knoxville’s longest-running comedy open mic. Boston McCown is your host for the evening.

Monday, April 11: On the Mic w/Mike (variety)
Scruffy City Hall. 7 pm. No cover. 18+.

Mike Bartlett wants to find a way to combine his love of music and comedy. And talk shows. So, he created this attention deficit inspired late night talk show that isn’t very late at all.

Monday, April 11: QED presents Random Show Generator (experimental/stand-up/improv)
Pilot Light. 7:30 pm. No cover. 18+.

What happens when you give the show host a set of Dungeons and Dragons dice, a list of random topics and QED show themes, and too much free time? Well, you get the QED Random Show Generator. This week’s host Shane Rhyne sends our performers on random quests to complete on stage for your amusement.

Tuesday, April 12: The Open Hand (theater)
Clarence Brown Theater Lab. 7:30 pm. $5-$15. PG.

Tuesday, April 12: Einstein Simplified (improv)
Blue Slip Winery/Southern Station. 8:15 pm. No cover. 21+

East Tennessee’s longest running weekly improv comedy show is back for another week of fun. This week’s show will be hosted by The Blue Slip Winery in the Southern Station. Join the Einstein Simplified gang for madcap fun and barely controlled chaos.

Tuesday, April 12: Longbranch Saloon Open Mic (open mic)
Longbranch Saloon. 9 pm. No cover. 18+

The legendary Longbranch Saloon on the UT Strip (Cumberland Avenue) is home to a weekly comedy open mic hosted by John Miller.

Wednesday, April 13: The Open Hand (theater)
Clarence Brown Theater Lab. 7:30 pm. $5-$15. PG

Wednesday, April 13: Full Disclosure Comedy (improv)
Open Chord. 8:15 pm. No cover. 18+.

It’s time for another evening of laughter and long-form improv from Knoxville’s Full Disclosure Comedy troupe. Come on out to the Open Chord in west Knoxville and enjoy the fun.

Thursday, April 14: The Open Hand (theater)
Clarence Brown Theater Lab. 7:30 pm. $5-$15. PG.

SOLD OUT. This presentation is currently listed as sold out. Please check with the box office for additional information or alternate available dates.

Thursday, April 14: Pizza Ha’s (stand-up)
Pizza Hoss. 8 pm. No cover. 18+.

It’s a night of stand-up comedy featuring a selection of Knoxville’s best comics and rising talent at the Rain/Shine Events monthly local showcase Pizza Ha’s at Pizza Hoss. Tyler Sonnichsen hosts an evening that includes performances from Ashton Binkley, Boston McCown, Larissa Radtke, Danny Whitson, and additional performers TBA.

Friday, April 15: The Open Hand (theater)
Clarence Brown Theater Lab. 7:30 pm. $5-$15. PG.

SOLD OUT. This presentation is currently listed as sold out. Please check with the box office for additional information or alternate available dates.

Friday, April 15: Fourth and Gill Friday! (open mic)
Sassy Ann’s. 9 pm. No cover. 21+

Sassy Ann’s might look like your grandma’s house on the outside, but inside you’ll find two bars, a dance floor, and live comedy. Join host Jake James for an evening of open mic comedy with some special guest featured comedians.

Saturday, April 16: Fort Sanders Yacht Club Open Mic Night (open mic/variety)
Fort Sanders Yacht Club. 9 pm. No cover. 18+

It’s an open mic for various types of performing arts including comedy, spoken word and poetry, music and singing, and more. This weekly open mic also offers prizes to the night’s top performers as voted on by the audience.

Sunday, April 17: The Open Hand (theater)
Clarence Brown Theater Lab. Two shows: 2 pm & 7:30 pm. $5-$15. PG.

SOLD OUT. These presentations are currently listed as sold out. Please check with the box office for additional information or alternate available dates.

Sunday, April 17: Upstairs Underground Comedy (open mic)
Preservation Pub. 8 pm. No cover before 8 pm. 21+.

Join us for another edition of East Tennessee’s longest-running comedy open mic. Boston McCown is your host for the evening.

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MARYVILLE

Friday, April 8: Tomáš Kubínek (vaudeville/variety)
Clayton Center for the Arts. 7:30 pm. $15.50-$28.50. All ages.

The one and only Dr. Professor Kubínek is a comic genius, virtuoso vaudevillian, and all-round charmer. Drawing on his love of clowns, circus, theater, and magic, his show brings a spirit of vaudeville and circus-like fun that will fill the Clayton Center for the Arts with laughter.

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And there you have it. There’s something for everyone in this week’s 10-day guide to live comedy in East Tennessee. Stay up to date on these shows and more by following Scruffy City Comedy on Facebook and Twitter.

For more information about these or other events, check the links in this post or visit the Scruffy City Comedy Calendar on ScruffyCityComedy.com. As schedules often change, please check in advance with the event for updated show times, box office prices, etc. Prices listed here may not always include various service fees, taxes, etc. Always check with the show organizer or box office linked in the event description for the official details.