There are certain shows in L.A. that I can tell people about and know that they will fall in love with live comedy. It’s the atmosphere, it’s the quality of comedians, it’s the show producer, it’s the venue. Everything just comes together and you can’t help but love laughing with other people at these shows.
Comedy Meltdown has been one of those shows for the past two years. And unfortunately it’s coming to an end this Friday.
After 23 shows, show producer Linda Pine posted an interview on ComedyMeltdown.com that discusses the end of the line for the show.
Los Angeles is the greatest city in the world for comedic talent, but I get a little sad when good live comedy shows go away. I’ve enjoyed attending Comedy Meltdown over the past few years. You really can’t beat comedy in the back of a comic book store. It’s so L.A. in a not “sooo L.A.” kind of way.