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Comedy Fusion

Comedy Fusion

One of KLM's first of many succussful stand-up comedy shows at the famed Davenport's Cabaret. (March 2005)


Freakin' Funny

Freakin' Funny

Stand-up comedy at it's best! KLM produced a special comedy show at the Gorilla Tango Theatre. Plenty of laughs for all. (April 2007)


Freakin Funny

Freakin Funny

A talented line-up of Chicago's funniest stand-up comics performed at this special one night only show at the Gorilla Tango Theatre. (April 2007)


Kidding Around

Kidding Around

KLM's last show in Chicago was a fun, all-ages improv show at the Gorilla Tango Theatre. A lot of audience participation made these shows particularly fun. (June 2007)


Improv Stand-Up

Improv Stand-Up

The Strawdog Theatre was home to Improv Stand-Up for many successful shows featuring Chicago's most talented improvisors and funny stand-ups. (July 2004)


Sketch-up

Sketch-up

A brand new show from KLM featuring stand-up comedy and sketch comedy. A different show each night at Second City's Donny's Skybox. (Sept. 2006)


Comedy on Ice

Comedy on Ice

KLM proudly presented top quality stand-up comedy at Davenport's, Chicago's most famous cabaret. (Jan 2006)


4Squares

4Squares

4Squares is Ray Chao, Alex Demers, Jamie King, and Andy Schneeflock. 4Squares performed their original improv form in various venues in NYC including the Duplex Cabaret. (May/June 2008)


Improv Stand-Up

Improv Stand-Up

"Improv Stand-Up" was created by Ray Chao and combines stand-up comedy and improv in a unique shows that has become a favorite of audiences in Chicago and New York. (Duplex Cabaret, May/June 2008)


All Aboard Kids

All Aboard Kids

The Lilac, docked on the Hudson, was the perfect venue for free improv shows for kids. Not only did the kids get to explore a historic steamship, but they got to laugh at some of NYC's funniest improvisors. (May 2009)


Jokes Ahoy!

Jokes Ahoy!

KLM was very fortunate to team up with the Lilac Preservation Project and help raise money to restore the historic steamship docked on the Hudson. Each show featured a different line-up of stand-up comics, sketch comedy, and improv. (May 2009)