5 Shows This Weekend We Wouldn't Miss Even If Donald Trump Were Being Arrested On Live TV

1) Thursday at ColdTowne Tiny Muscles. Month after month, the house at the Pack Theater in Los Angeles is sold out at the Tiny Muscles show. Why? Because the audience is always promised something good, and this team delivers. With recent performances at the San Francisco Sketchfest, Sacramento Sketch Festival, the Upright Citizen's Brigade, and Hyper RPG Sketch Show, Tiny Muscles wows the audience with their clever, absurd, and high energy performances. 

2) Friday @ Spider House A Funny Feeling Comedians and paranormal enthusiasts Betsy Sodaro and Marcy Jarreau invite their comedian friends and celebrity guests to tell their true paranormal experiences and hear spooky stories submitted by listeners.

3) Saturday @ Spider House The Special Without Brett Davis. From the New York Times “Mr. Davis has a gift for manufacturing hostility that quickly turns absurd. But what makes him compelling is how committed he is to his performance — never breaking character and persuading you of the reality of whatever extreme emotion he reaches for, no matter how ridiculous the situation.“ This show is a guaranteed blast with guests Chris Cubas and Colin Burgess.

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4) Saturday @ Spider House A Few Sandwich Lovers is an Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre-founded sketch team based in New York. This particular show was birthed out of a desire to write something beyond the traditional sketch show. It leans into the tropes of the 90s rom-com set in the most glamorous of American cities, Cleveland. From dropped manuscripts, to hot air balloons, to missed flights, our show takes the audience on a ridiculous romantic journey that could only happen in Cleveland.

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5) Sunday @ Spider House The Latino Comedy Project Celebrates 20 Years. What happens when a community’s piñata shops are demolished and replaced with cat-friendly vegan coffeehouses? When neighborhood pulgas are transformed overnight into luxury condos? Or when Mexicans are replaced with obsessively dog-walking paddleboard enthusiasts? Through a trademark mix of live sketches, music and original videos recently awarded “Best Of Austin” recognition by Austin Chronicle critics, the LCP provides all the hard answers and leaves no one unscathed in “Gentrif*cked.”