CSz After Hours
After Hours is now a Full Hour:
See one of our marquee groups headline with an opening act, or see co-headliners. Our price is $10 and as always, it's included with the purchase of a ticket to the 8:00pm ComedySportz® match that evening. Mystery Science Tribute, ShakesProv, Peachy Chicken, Score!, Concerto for Piano and Mime, Magic of the Mind and more, in a new, expanded format. See you in July and beyond!
After Hours is not a ComedySportz® show and does not have a Brown Bag foul or referee. After Hours may not be family fare.
After Hours is included with your admission to that evening's ComedySportz show. Or $10 at the door. We don't take reservations for After Hours, so to ensure your seat, buy tickets for the ComedySportz® show and stay for After Hours. It's two shows for the price of one!
Here is the upcoming schedule for After Hours:
Dates are added about a month ahead and are subject to change. Change is good.
Friday, May 25th
Score! opens for Short & Sweet
Saturday, May 26th
The Match Game
Saturday, June 2nd
BABE, a two episode musical
Friday, June 8th
First Base opens for Been There
Saturday, June 9th
Friday, June 15th
Concerto for Piano & Mime
Saturday, June 16th
Mystery Science Theatre Tribute Show
Friday, June 22nd
The Match Game
Saturday, June 23rd
Ukulear Apocalypse opens for Magic of the Mind
Friday, June 29th
Score! opens for Magic of the Mind
Saturday, June 30th
No show scheduled
The Invite Portland
Sunday Night Special. 7 p.m. Just $5.
The Invite Portland brings together groups from all over the Portland Improv, Sketch and Comedy Scenes. Each show is balanced to delight your comedic senses, and we're pretty happy with how everyone comes together to make your experience unique and laughter-filled. Local beer, wine and ciders are available.
You are invited.
The Invite Portland returns in January
$5 will get you in the door and a little extra will buy you a snack or beverage including beer and wine. Doors open at 6:30 and remember this show may include some adult themes! 1963 NW Kearney St in Portland.