11 Oct 2015

 

Update 16 Oct 2015 4:23 AM PT

Mayim Bialik joined the cast of The Groundlings Theater in Daytime at Night on October 15, 2015 after spending a day rehearsing and then giving The Big Bang Theory Scholarship Endowment recipients a tour of the set and joining them for a celebration as well.   Below is a photo of Bialik and cast mates from her evening of improv.   We hope to get some further information and will update it here if we are able to secure more feedback from last night’s performance.

Mayim and producer

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just hanging with #amyfarrahfowler at #groundlings tonight 😎 #bigbangtheory #whereissheldoncooper

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Original Post

Mayim Bialik,. who plays beloved Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler on number one hit comedy The Big Bang Theory on CBS, will be guest starring for one night at The Groundlings in Los Angeles in a special hilarious show Daytime at Night.   Catch she, Karen Maruyama and Scott Beehner who will be guesting with hosts Lisa Shurga, Lauren Burns, Ariane Price,  Lyric Lewis, and Mitch Silpa.

The Groundlings is located at 7307 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA.   Tickets for Daytime at Night are $10.00 per person.

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About The Groundlings

The Groundlings is an improvisation and sketch comedy theatre that has been entertaining LA audiences for over 40 years.  We’re a non-profit organization founded by Gary Austin in 1974.  A “Groundling” is one of the 30 company members who write and perform in the theatre’s shows and teach classes at the Groundling’s School. Our school has been the foremost comedy training ground in Hollywood and the springboard for countless careers,to name a few alums Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig, Phil Hartman, Lisa Kudrow, Paul Reubens, Cheryl Hines, Jon Lovitz, Larraine Newman, Will Forte, Maya Rudolph, Michael McDonald, Kathy Griffin, Phil LaMarr, Cheri Oteri, Chris Kattan, Julia Sweeney, Chris Parnell, Ana Gasteyer and Rachael Harris.  Full alum list.

The Groundlings have a strict no late seating policy. All shows start on time. 

Parking Information

You have three marvelous options. 

  1. You can valet on Poinsettia just north of Melrose.  It’s about $7.
  2. You can park on Melrose (the meters run until 8pm)
  3. You can park on a side street. Read the signage. Some streets allow 2 hour parking – some allow all night.
  4. Please use common sense and caution when walking to the theatre or returning to your cars at night.

 

Directions

From Santa Monica 10 FWY

  • Exit La Brea Avenue
  • Travel north on La Brea to Melrose Ave and turn Left (west)
  • The theatre is four blocks down on the right (north) between Poinsettia and Fuller

 

From the Hollywood 101 FWY North

  • Exit Melrose Ave
  • Turn left (west) onto Melrose and continue about 3 miles
  • The theatre is four blocks west of La Brea Ave on the right (north) between Poinsettia and Fuller

 

From Hollywood 101 FWY South

  • Exit Highland Ave.
  • Travel 1 mile south on Highland Ave to Melrose Ave and turn Right (west)
  • The theatre is four blocks west of La Brea Ave on the right (north) between Poinsettia and Fuller
The Groundlings Theatre is located at 7307 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90046.
By bus: Metro 10 & 48 on Melrose and 212 & 312 on La Brea all stop within a few blocks of The Groundlings Theatre. For public transportation information, call 323-GoMetro (323 466-3876) or use the Metro Trip Planner (LINK).
By metro: The closest metro stop is Hollywood & Highland on the red line.
By bike: Plan your route using LADOT or Metro bike maps.
Using public transportation
By bus: Metro 10 & 48 on Melrose and 212 & 312 on La Brea all stop within a few blocks of The Groundlings Theatre. For public transportation information, call 323-GoMetro (323 466-3876) or use the Metro Trip Planner.
By metro: The closest metro stop is Hollywood & Highland on the red line. Again, use the Metro Trip Planner to find detailed timetables and maps.
By bike: Plan your route using LADOT or Metro bike maps.
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