Many legends and icons have performed on the stage at the historic Laugh Factory on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, and now the world famous comedy club has come to Las Vegas.
The original club opened in 1979, and over the years has hosted performances from such comedic legends, icons, and superstars as Rodney Dangerfield, Redd Foxx, Ellen DeGeneres, Jay Leno, David Letterman, Robin Williams, Jerry Seinfelf, Garry Shandling, Bernie Mac, Ray Romano, Jon Stewart, Andy Kaufman, Eddie Murphy, Chris Rock, Sam Kinison, Bob Hope, Sam Kinison, Howie Mandel, Drew Carey, Dave Chapelle, George Carlin, Jim Carrey, Milton Berle, David Brenner, Roseanne Barr, Tim Allen, Steven Wright, Jeff Foxworthy, Kathy Griffin, Phyllis Diller, George Lopez, Richard Lewis, Paul Reiser, Damon Wayans, Chris Tucker, Sarah Silverman, Bob Saget, Adam Sandler and countless others. Along with established comic talent, The Laugh Factory is also one of the best places in the world to catch hilarious up and coming comedians on their way to the top, as Dane Cook worked out early material onstage there during his meteoritic rise to fame.
The Laugh Factory Las Vegas brings the same eclectic mix of stars and up and comers to its stage in The Tropicana. Two touring comedians with great television and film credits take the stage twice a night for week long engagements, along with local talent and professional hosts moving the whole thing along smoothly. Big names are often billed as headliners, and you never know what surprise star might drop in unannounced to perform a set.
The Laugh Factory on Sunset Boulevard has featured some of the biggest names in the history of comedy since it opened its doors in 1979, and the Las Vegas Version at The Tropicana lives up to the legacy of the legendary original club.