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Venus Cabaret Theater, the 80-seat intimate performance space at Mercury Theater Chicago (3745 N. Southport Ave.), is presenting the monthly Comedy Night Series as part of The Dark Night Series.
The November Comedy Nighthosted by Chicago-based actor, comic and OUT Chicago radio's Scott Duffwill be held Sunday, Nov. 21, at 7:30 p.m. The evening's line-up includes Abi Sanchez (HBO's Entre Nos), Victoria Vincent (opener for Cameron Esposito; featured for Bobcat Goldthwait), Tyler Fowler (Zanies; Dry Bar Comedy Special) and Casey Larwood.
Each Comedy Night ends with an open mic.
Mercury's team includes Christopher Chase Carter (artistic director), Shane Murray-Corcoran (managing director), Walter Stearns and Eugene Dizon (executive producers), and Honey West (cabaret director). Visit www.MercuryTheaterChicago.com .
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