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**2 Menu item minimum per-person in the Showroom**
Please check in at least 15 minutes prior to showtime or your tickets may be sold, (only in case of a complete sellout). If your group is 4 or more please arrive 30min prior to showtime or your group may be broken up to seats available.
If your ticket is sold you will receive a full ticket credit to use for any other performance. If your ticket is not sold there are no refunds. There is a 2 menu item minimum purchase per person in the showroom.
Service fees and tax to be applied in cart. Groups of 6 or more are subject to a 20% automatic gratuity charge. Performer may change without notice.
Tickets are non-refundable after purchase.
Upon discovering stand-up comedy, Lara proved to be a natural, winning Milwaukee’s Funniest Comic in 2012. Her signature silliness combined with her dry, sarcastic delivery have made her a fan favorite nationwide. In 2015, Lara made her national TV debut on Fox's "Laughs". She has been featured at comedy clubs around the country, is a regular at The Comedy Bar in Chicago, and has performed sketch comedy with world famous The Second City. She has participated in the Oddball Comedy Festival, SketchFest, The Milwaukee Comedy Festival, the Memphis Comedy Festival, The Chicago Women's Funny Festival, the Laughing Devil Comedy Festival and Devil Cup Comedy Festivals in New York City, and MidwestFest.
Originally from Milwaukee, WI Lara Beitz is a fast-rising star in the Los Angeles comedy scene. She was selected as the first comedian to perform stand-up on Comedy Central’s LIGHTS OUT WITH DAVID SPADE, where she became a red carpet correspondent and a regular panelist. She is a paid regular at every comedy club in Hollywood and her stand-up was featured in the Comedy Store documentary on Showtime in the fall of 2020. She just made her late night debut on THE LATE LATE SHOW WITH JAMES CORDEN and is currently developing a semi-autobiographical series with Judd Apatow. Her comedy has been described by her mother as, “well, you looked very nice.”