Get your funny bones to these upcoming shows:
Whitney Cummings headlines the national cannabis-centric Leafly Comedy Tour, which smokes up the Wilbur on Sept. 22.
Al Park, our 2016 pick for Boston’s Best Comedian, brings his national tour to Nick’s Comedy Stop on Sept. 23-24.
Fingers crossed season 5 of Amy Schumer’s show isn’t too far off—in the meantime, catch the Emmy winner at TD Garden on Sept. 29.
Remember when Martha Stewart killed at Justin Bieber’s Comedy Central roast? Thank her writer, Tony Hinchcliffe. He steps into a spotlight of his own at the Wilbur on Oct. 8.
Not feeling the Republican nominee? Face off against him when Improv Asylum teams host interactive debate sesh Trump Takes on…Boston! at Laugh Boston on Oct. 8-Nov. 6.
Speaking of showdowns, Jimmy Kimmel vs. Bill Simmons has the late-night host and sports guru squaring off at the Shubert to support Harvard’s Scholars at Risk Program on Oct. 15.
No one is safe when drag queen/insult comic Bianca Del Rio brings her Not Today Satan tour to Royale on Oct. 18.
BC alum Cameron Esposito, who’s co-starring with her actual wife Rhea Butcher on the new Seeso show Take My Wife, brings her stand-up tour to the Middle East on Oct. 19.
With the return of The Real this month, Loni Love is back on daytime talk. Don’t miss her nighttime gig when she performs at Laugh Boston on Oct. 21-22.
In the mood for a little (raunchy) song and dance? Catch alt-cabaret queen Bridget Everett at the House of Blues on Oct. 29.
Hot off the debut of her Baby Cobra Netflix special (filmed while she was 7-and-a-half months pregnant), Ali Wong brings her stand-up to the Wilbur on Nov. 11.
Expect a full house when everybody’s favorite uncle Dave Coulier hits the stage at the Wilbur on Dec. 3.
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