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Chicago – Hilarity is back in the Windy City as the annual “Just for Laughs” festival comes to town to kick off summer. Over the next five days, Chicago venues will be rocking with comedy legends like Steve Martin, and the smaller clubs around town will also be featuring up-and-coming acts.
Every day through Saturday, June 18th, over one dozen acts and venues will be open to catch the hottest comedians working. HollywoodChicago.com has compiled the highlights of each day, with both the big acts and something more Chicago-centric to celebrate one of comedy’s great American cities. For a complete schedule, including ticket buying information, click here.
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Wednesday, June 15
”Adsit and Lutz” of “30 Rock”
The Producer (Scott Adsit as Pete Hornberger) and one of the Writers (John Lutz as Lutz) of the hilarious sitcom “30 Rock »
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Britain's Next Big Thing
Rather like the John Lewis series, this Dragons' Den spin-off aims to puts a face to commerce and to humanise the incomprehensible retail market. Ideas for new products, from trainer bras to driftwood-inspired porcelain ware, come thick and fast. In this show, however, hopeful artisans have an opportunity to pitch, at a series of open days, to buyers at Liberty, Boots and Habitat, with a view to having the stores stock their product. Your host is Theo Paphitis, whose occasional resemblance to a Harry Enfield character is offset by his apparently genuine warmth. John Robinson
Dan Snow's three-part dredge of the putrid metropolises of the past reaches 18th-century Paris, where he posits that sanitation »
- John Robinson, Andrew Mueller, Ali Catterall, Julia Raeside, Rebecca Nicholson
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