6 Raunchy Comedy Shows Worthy Of A Bachelorette Party
Skip the male stripper, but sneak in the raunchy laughs required of a bachelorette party by going to a comedy show geared toward relationships and sex. Once you scan your local event listings for improv or sketch comedy, local theater and touring Broadway or Off-Broadway productions, you’ll want to investigate if there are any group deals by checking the website or calling the box office. Pop champagne, gift some lingerie and check out these shows we deem worthy of a bride’s last single night out!
In New York CityThe show: Sex Tips For Straight Women From A Gay Man at 777 Theater
What it's about: It's a play based on the book of the same name, where a hilarious (and experienced) gay man teaches an uptight straight woman the secrets to unleashing her sexual prowess.
What to expect: audience participation, partial nudity, musical entertainment
What it costs: $50-$90; group rates available
In ChicagoThe show: Cupid Has a Heart On: A Musical Guide to Relationships at Stage 773
What it's about: This musical sketch show satirizes love and dating through witty songs.
What to expect: live music, jokes about genitals, food and drink
What it costs: $20
In Las VegasThe show: Marriage Can Be Murder at the D Las Vegas
What it's about: It's a throwback dinner theater where the actors could be eating right next to you. The storyline is comedy meets murder mystery.
What to expect: corny laughs, dinner and drinks, audience participation
What it costs: $65-$82
In Austin, TXThe show: Master Pancake Theater at the Alamo Drafthouse
What it's about: Ever seen "Mystery Science Theater 3000?" It's like that, but live! This comedy duo makes fun of movies as you watch them together in the theater. Look for the nights they do classic chick flicks, (like "The Notebook!").
What to expect: beer, guest comedians, snarky wisecracks
What it costs: $14
In Los AngelesThe show: Sunday Night Sex Talks at Bar Lubitsch
What it's about: It's a no-boys-allowed night of storytelling, where comediennes dish on their most intimate stories.
What to expect: 10 minute stories, all women crowd, low-key atmosphere
What it costs: $5-$7
On Tour NowThe show: 50 Shades! The Musical
What it's about: It's a spoof on the best-selling trio of erotica novels, "50 Shades of Grey," set to song and dance.
What to expect: witty song lyrics, BDSM props, adult language
What it costs: $35-$65