Stand-up, Storytellin', & Sangin'


Jun 24 Sat
Stand-up, Storytellin', & Sangin'11:00 PM
Hollywood Improv (The Lab)

It's all in the name: Standup, Storytelling and Sangin is the hottest mix of the funniest standups and greatest storytellers all backed  by a two-man band. Hosted by the hilarious Del Harrison and songbird April Ruffin who invite random audience members to tell a quick story or croon a popular song, Standup, Storytelling and Sangin' is a hit with all. Get tix now: this show always sells out. 

Ticket Info:
General Admission – first come, first seated. More than half of your party must be present to be seated.
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Del Harrison

She’s so funny, Rosie O’Donnell opened for her. Well, actually Rosie stopped in to do a guest set right before Del went on, but still, Del killed it right after that. Del Harrison or DEL, as most people call her, is very funny.  We mean laugh-out-loud-tell-a-friend funny and she’s diverse: a singer, actor, writer, host and one hell of an entrepreneur. In 2009, DEL created Another Sketch Comedy Show online and kicked it off by spoofing the Monique Show (BET). The Mo’Nique Show sketch was so hilarious that Mo’Nique personally called DEL and invited her to be on her show.

Since then, Del’s web presence has rendered over 2 million views and her tv and radio appearances have taken flight. Del has been featured on FOX’s Laughs (Season 1 & 2), TruTV’s Friends of the People, BET’s Top 20 of 2015, The Wendy Williams Show, Yamaneika & Friends’ Rantin’ and Ravin Podcast, The Ed Lover Show on Sirius XM, Arise’s Entertainment 360, The Holla Holla Radio Show and Up Late w/Sha & Del (another Del creation for the web),, NickMom’s Actual Housewives of the PTO, CENTRIC Network’s My Two Cents, WETv’s Cinematherapy, XM Radio, GLOTV’s The Gayest Ish Ever, Dr. Oz, FOX’s The Mike & Juliet Show, ABC’s The Revolution, Black Girls Rock Commercial, VH1’s Why Am I Still Single, Warmed Up The Audience for The Oprah Winfrey Show, MTV’s Made and co-starred in two stage plays:  “After the Walk” and “Flow” alongside Grammy-winning songwriters Kelly Price and Al. B. Sure.