How To Comedy classes from Louisville Laughs set for July

Louisville Laughs will offer classes geared toward comics beginning their comedy journeys or wanting to take the next step– HOW TO COMEDY.

Instructors are:

  • Keith McGill, a comic with 30 years of experience who headlines all over the country and on cruise ships.
  • Bret Sohl, a veteran comedy writer who wrote for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno for 22 years and ran the stage at The Comedy Caravan for 14 years.
  • Creig Ewing, a comic and owner of Louisville Laughs. Creig has booked shows, festivals and open mics throughout the Louisville area.


This class will be held Sunday, July 10, at 2 p.m. at the performance room at Commonwealth Theatre Center at 1123 Payne Street in Louisville. You will learn how to write and improve your material.

Classes will be limited to 10 so you have individual time with the instructors who have decades of comedy experience.

You also will get tips on how to find and be in demand for stage time.


Class will be held Sunday, July 17, 2 p.m. at Ten20 Craft Brewery in Butchertown. You will learn the do’s and don’t of hosting a comedy show and go on stage to work on your performance.

Knowing how to emcee is the first step into getting more opportunities and stage time with comedy clubs and shows.

The class will be limited to 10 to allow for questions and individual feedback.

Classes are $100 each or sign up for both for $150.

What do you get for your money?

  • Decades of experience on how to write jokes and perform standup comedy
  • Opportunities for stage time with Louisville Laughs

If you are interested, reach out to Louisville Laughs via email at

Author: Creig Ewing

Writer, comic, cubicle dweller. Louisville Laughs

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