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This Week at NerdMelt Showroom: Part Two: The Sequel Show, SketchMelt, Karma, and more!

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Come get your laugh on this week at NerdMelt Showroom at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles with shows like An Evening with Eddie Pepitone, Part Two: The Sequel Show, SketchMelt, Karma: Comedy for Good, and so much more!

April 26th at 8pm – An Evening With Eddie Pepitone!

An Evening with Eddie Pepitone NerdMelt Showroom

The NerdMelt Showroom proudly presents a night of stand-up comedy with one of our favorites, Eddie Pepitone! Come join him as he performs a longer set and has some of his friends open including Jon Daly, Henry Phillips, and Joe Wagner.

$5.

April 27th at 8pm – Guy Branum presents Talk Show: The Game Show!

Talk Show NerdMelt

Beloved comedian Guy Branum hosts the ultimate test of banter in a thrilling combination of America’s two least respected television formats. Three guests face off to prove who’s the best talk show guest by plugging, name-dropping, and anecdote-ing their way to victory.

With very special guests: Billy Eichner (Billy on the Street, Parks & Recreation), Ron Funches (Undateable, Conan), and Mara Marini (Parks & Recreation). With Judges Jake Kroeger (Nerdist.com, The Comedy Bureau), Barbara Gray (Lady to Lady), and Lead Judge Solomon Georgio (Bridgetown).

$8 in advance, $10 at the door.

April 28th at 5pm – Nerdist Open Mic!

nerdmeltopenmic NerdMelt Showroom

Come watch Kyle Clark and John Ungaro host this comedy free-for-all. You’ll see brand new comics, comics you know and love trying out new material, and the magic that is live comedy.

Free.

April 28th at 9pm – Part Two: The Sequel Show!

Part Two NerdMelt Showroom

What’s better than your favorite movies? The SEQUELS to those movies pitched by your favorite comedians!  It’s The Sequel Show! Otherwise known as the Pitchies! Last month’s 63rd Annual Pitchies was a huge success, and we’re sure the 64th Annual Pitchies are going to be just as action-packed! Join hosts Tony Sam and Julia Prescott as they bring to you yet ANOTHER solid line-up of comedians pitching their sequels, musical acts dancing it up mid-way, and lots of great Awards Show surprises in between!

Honoring the best in unwritten movies, because the greatest sequels are the ones that haven’t been made yet. At the end of the show, the studio audience will vote on who receives the coveted title of, “Best Pitch.”

$8 in advance, $10 at the door.

April 29th at 9pm – Karma: Comedy For Good!

Karma NerdMelt Showroom

Karma: Comedy For Good: A monthly comedy show of stories, characters, and stand-up. Every month the proceeds fundraised go to a different charity. The charities chosen range from local to global nonprofits focusing on anything from education to animals to environment to human rights to equality. With special guests Maria BamfordWayne FedermanBen GleibJon DoreBaron VaughnHampton YountSean O’ConnorAndy Peters, and James McGrath.

$10.

April 30th at 8:30pm – The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail!

Meltdown NerdMelt Showroom

Jonah Ray and Kumail Nanjiani helm the good ship Meltdown every single Wednesday, to host the show that’s been named one of the best live shows in LA by LA Weekly, Splitsider, and more. At The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail, you’ll see some of the biggest comics, up and coming acts just before they get famous, and as always, surprise drop-ins that will knock your socks off.

$8.

May 1st at 8:30pm – SketchMelt!

SketchMelt NerdMelt Showroom

SketchMelt proudly presents a showcase of the best of new live and video sketch comedy every month! Guaranteed to be totally sketch.

See live and video sketches by Icky PepBig GrandeWe’re So AngryDemorge BrownTastes FunnyJacob Demonte-FinnDaniel Shar, lottery winner Chubby Money Comedy, and the Nerdist School sketch student Nicole Starrett.

Hosted by Brad Gage (Family Sandwich) and Christian Spicer (DLC, IMPRO(vs)TANDUP) with Danielle N. Kramer (Husband & Wifey)!

$8 in advance, $10 at the door.

May 2nd at 9pm – Prompter!

Prompter NerdMelt Showroom

Troy Conrad‘s newest creation! Comics use a teleprompter to deliver a TED Talk-style presentation. When the teleprompter unexpectedly freezes, the performer must rely on their ability to improvise and continue their talk on the subject until the prompter comes back on. How much fun can comics have with a supposedly “broken” teleprompter and an absurd? A lot, it turns out.

Featuring presentations by Jen KirkmanAlonzo Bodden, and more to come!

$8 in advance, $10 at the door.

Thank you all so much for your continued support of the showroom. Follow us on Twitter and track us on our blog for more info about any of these shows!

 

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