LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Los Angeles comedian Kurt Braunohler has performed stand-up sets in cargo trucks, schoolbuses and even gondolas, but his latest venture scales things down even further: a four-minute comedy show inside your car as it goes through a car wash.
In a city known for its car culture and notorious traffic, Braunohler said a show inside people’s vehicles was the “most L.A. set-up” he could imagine.
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“It’s very, very intimate,” he said. “It’s a totally different thing than doing a normal stand-up set.”
Audience members purchase their $5-per-car tickets before rolling up to a gas station near downtown Los Angeles for the show. A host performs a warm-up routine while each car waits its turn, then folds in the side mirrors, keys a code into the car wash control panel and leads a round of applause as...
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