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Irvine Improv - John DiCrosta Headlining! FREE Tickets!

Just RSVP here and you will be on the guest list. And that means the $15.00 cover charge is waived for you.  The Improv does have a 2 item minimum.

If you want a confirmation of your name on the guest list please email me at [masked]. If you RSVP later than 3:00 PM on the day of the event, your best bet would be to call or text me at [masked]-6531.

Doors will open at 7:30. If you want to meet earlier at the Yard House, which is right across from the Improv, shoot me an email. The Yard House Happy Hour ends at 6:00 so I will be there at 5:30. We can hang out at the Yard House for a while then walk over to the Improv for the show.

John DiCrosta

In his stage appearances John DiCrosta is "electric" as one Las Vegas reviewer has said. Dozens of voices, off beat impressions, topical humor, sight gags, a few props, and sometimes even ventriloquism are among the tricks this comedian has up his sleeve. His sharp wit and knack for playfully causing trouble with practical jokes, has helped to spread his name across the United States and Canada.

John DiCrosta has lived in Los Angeles the last 11 years and has become one of the more popular "Audience Warm-up" comics in Hollywood!

He has kept the crowds in hysterics and great spirits on such shows as Politically Incorrect & Real Time with Bill Maher, Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, America's Funniest Home Videos, American Idol, & Dancing with the Stars, just to name a few.

DiCrosta has also become one of the most sought after voice over actors in LA, providing his vocal talents for dozens of video games and various animated series on Nickelodeon, and most recently as a Decepticon in Transformers Revenge of the Fallen for Paramount Pictures.

This is one act not to be missed. He has been called on many occasions, one of the funniest "Audio-Visual" comedians working today.

As one reviewer put it, DiCrosta unpacks his voice box on an unsuspecting crowd Saturday night, parading character after character like some sort of clown car. On stage John DiCrosta is electric. His sharp wit and knack playfully causing trouble with practical jokes has helped to spread his name across the U.S. and Canada.

See a clip of John here.

Mark Christopher Lawrence worked with the likes of Bill Cosby, Jerry Seinfeld, Rodney Dangerfield, Paul Rodriguez, and Gospel Comedian Lester Barrie as well as, having headlined clubs and colleges all over the USA and Canada. Mark’s most recent television credits include his series regular role as Big Mike on the NBC series CHUCK. Disney Channel’s original TV movie Life Is Ruff and guest appearances on GLEE, Heroes, Weeds, My Name Is Earl, Reba, Grounded for Life, Crossing Jordan, and American Dreams. On video you can watch Mark’s work in The Pursuit of Happyness, The Island, Garfield, Terminator II, and Fear Of A Black Hat to list a few.

Visit MCL's website here

Kenny Klein knew since the moment be could talk that he wanted to make people laugh. He began his career in stand-up at the young age of 17. Known for his cerebral comedy style, Klein has performed in cities across the U.S. as well as internationally in London and Amsterdam. He has been featured in the festival circuit including the LA Comedy Festival and the Long Beach Comedy and Film Festival. Kenny can currently be seen on "Man up, Stand up" airing on Verizon's MavTV, and as a commentator on Spike TV's "1000 Ways to Die".

As the winner of Fuse TV's "MakeAStar" comedy contest, Klein has quickly become the subject of critical acclaim. The Park Record called him "Cerebral, Quirky, Hilarious". When he’s not busy making audiences laugh, he can be found participating in other artistic pursuits including writing, performing music and producing articles as a staff writer at the acclaimed comedy website and

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  • bella

    Thanks for setting up a great night out. It's always good to laugh. I was unable to find the rest of the group. Despite that, it was enjoyable. A couple really nice women asked if they could sit at my table. That was fine with me.

    November 5, 2013

    • Jim T.

      Hi Bella, Sorry you couldn't find us. We had a large group at the Yard House, then before the show everyone gathered out front of the Improv to be seated first. I am glad you had a good time!

      1 · November 6, 2013

  • Nancy S.

    Sick in bed

    November 3, 2013

    • Jim T.

      Nancy! You still have 2 days. Plenty of fluids and rest! You can make it! Laughter is the best medicine :-)

      November 3, 2013

  • Sarah R.

    Im looking forward to meeting everyone

    1 · October 30, 2013

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