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Comedy is hot in Chicago this week

Looking to get some laughs?

When it comes to comedy, there's plenty to keep you busy this week, from a kid-friendly comedy show to a late-night improv show.

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'Storytown'

From the event description:

"Storytown" is a super fun interactive comedy show for kids ages 3-10 at Chicago's Stage 773. The kids in the audience create the setting, which might include superheroes, undersea adventures, princesses or dinosaurs — the sky's the limit.

When: Saturday, Nov. 2, 10:30 a.m.
Where: Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont Ave.
Price: $6.25

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'ComedySportz'

From the event description:

Two highly skilled teams battle for laughs and points as they create scenes, games and songs on the spot with audience participation and suggestions incorporated into the act.

When: Saturday, Nov. 2, 6 p.m.
Where: The ComedySportz Theatre, 929 W. Belmont Ave.
Price: $12.50

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'The Blackout Diaries'

From the event description:

"The Blackout Diaries" is a comedy show where standup comedians and "regular" people (cops, firefighters, teachers —you get the picture) tell incredible true drinking stories. Then you, the audience, can probe even deeper by asking questions.

When: Saturday, Nov. 2, 10 p.m.
Where: Under the Gun Theater, 956 W. Newport Ave.
Price: $5

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The Second City: 'After Hours'

From the event description:

Stay up late with The Second City as they bring you their latest and greatest with "After Hours", a late-night improv show. It's interactive. It's hyperactive. It's the most fun you can have past bedtime.

When: Saturday, Nov. 2, 11 p.m.
Where: UP Comedy Club, 230 W. North Ave.
Price: $9

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