Are you ready to laugh? We sure are, thanks to these comedic Pittsburgh locations.
943 Liberty Avenue
For the past 10 years, Arcade has been a learning center and hub for Pittsburgh comedy, bringing together improv, standup, sketch, music, and more. It’s a comedy staple in the city of Pittsburgh.
2613 Smallman Street
Not a traditional comedy theater, Kingfly offers its venue to a multitude of different local comedy producers helping to expose the local comedy scene to a whole new audience. Plus, they consistently bring in national headliner, Nick Colletti.
4104 Penn Avenue
I’m completely biased on this pick because I curate the comedy night at brillobox. It’s my guarantee of seeing my favorite local and out-of-town comedians. This year, all shows are free but we are partnering with local nonprofits to collect much-needed items. Join us every second Tuesday of the month for a comedy show for a different cause!
Story by Gab Bonesso, award-winning standup comedian and mental health public speaker.
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