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The easiest way to buy tickets is by using the Schedule below. Find the “Buy Tickets” link on any show’s event page and you’ll be walked through the purchase process. Depending on the venue, tickets may also be purchased over the phone for an additional fee. Certain advance tickets may be purchased in person to avoid service fees. Visit the Venues page for more info.

If a show is marked “Sold Out” we may still have a limited number of tickets available at the venue’s box office the night of the show. A line begins approximately 60-90 minutes before showtime, and any available seats will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Laraine Newman

Laraine Newman is a native of Los Angeles and began her career at the age of 15 when the improv group she worked with was hired to bring culture and self-expression to the youth of East LA and South Central.

After High School she went to Paris and studied mime with Marcel Marceau. A fact that none of her comedian friends will ever let her live down.

At the age of 19 she appeared in the New Theatre For Now at the Mark Taper Forum and was accepted to the Theatre School at Cal Arts. She lasted there for 3 months. Too many actors. She went on to join another improv workshop that soon became the Groundlings.

In 1973 Laraine appeared in a Lily Tomlin special. Lorne Michaels produced that special and later hired Laraine for "SNL" assuring her that it probably wouldn’t last more than 13 weeks.

Laraine’s more notable movie roles have been: "Stardust Memories," "American Hot Wax," "Perfect" and "Problem Child 2." Then there are the roles she did for money. They won’t be listed here.

Laraine’s most recent television appearances include: "How To Live With Your Parents," "Easy To Assemble" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm."

Laraine has enjoyed a thriving animation career where her voice can be heard regularly on "Garfield" and "Metalocalypse." The rest are too numerous to mention and wouldn’t resonate with an audience over the age of 11.

Laraine is contributing editor for the online food magazine OneForTheTable and has written for The LA Times Magazine, Huffington Post, The Believer and McSweeneys.