In accordance to the extended disaster declaration approved by City Council on May 18, 2020, the MCL Grand will remain closed through Monday, June 1. The MCL Grand staff is working with event presenters to reschedule events. For additional information please call 972.219.8446 or email

Comedy Series


You’re invited to laugh-out-loud in Old Town Lewisville with the Medical City Lewisville Grand Theater’s Comedy Series, making its return to the MCL Grand stage after several years on hiatus. Highlighting comedy of many genres, including stand-up, improv, sketch and more, the series features 3-4 shows annually that are sure to tickle your funny bone. Don't miss these unique chances to experience local, regional and nationally touring groups and comedy-artists in the MCL Grand’s intimate performance spaces. This series is produced by the City of Lewisville.

Brad SherwoodBrad Sherwood
Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020, 8 p.m.
Performance Hall
Doors open at 7:30 p.m.
Box Office and bar open at 7 p.m.

“Whose Line is it Anyway?” star Brad Sherwood takes to the live stage. Prepare to laugh yourself senseless as this improv comedy mastermind makes up original scenes, songs and more from whatever you, the fans, suggest! You just might also get to join in on the fun on stage. It’s a hilarious comedic high wire act… just like a live version of ‘Whose Line!’ How the heck does he do it? We don’t know either! Don’t miss Brad Sherwood Live.

*This show may contain adult or mature content.*

Ticket Prices:

  • $40 reserved seating (table seating)
  • $30 for tier 1
  • $20 for tier 2
  • $15 Lewisville resident tickets are available in the tier 2 section of the venue and can be purchased in person at MCL Grand during normal business hours. Must show valid driver’s license or utility bill to validate residency. Subject to availability. Sales tax included in ticket price.

Greg Proops was originally scheduled to appear on this date but due to unforeseen circumstances is no longer able to perform. Ticket holders have been contacted directly regarding their refund options.

Past Shows

The Second City's Greatest Hits, Vol. 59
Saturday, Sept. 7, 7:30 p.m.

There’s a reason the biggest names in laughter all catapulted their careers at The Second’s been the funniest place on the planet since ‘59! Come witness the next generation of comedy superstars put their spin on the legendary comedy company’s greatest hits, re-booted and re-imagined for today. From sketch comedy to original songs to world-famous improv, The Second City will leave you rolling in the aisles! *Cue mic drop.*

Fresh, fast and always spectacularly funny, The Second City is celebrating nearly sixty years of producing cutting-edge satirical revues and launching the careers of generation after generation of comedy’s best and brightest.

DFW's Best Stand-up Comics featuring Crystal Lowery, Brandon Davidson, and Wes Corwin
Saturday, Oct. 26, 8 p.m.

Crystal Lowery studied writing at The Second City. She is a contributor to SciQ, a comedy/news TV pilot on the TYT network, as well as The Huffington Post, The Today Show Parents, Scary Mommy, and other popular humor websites where many of her articles have gone viral. She writes and performs standup and sketch at clubs in Dallas and was a finalist for NBC's Late Night Writer's Workshop.

Brandon Davidson is a stand-up comedian from Arkansas now living in Texas. Brandon’s comedy is based on his experience as a father, husband, and recovering redneck. He's a regular in clubs, casinos, and colleges across the South. He believes that the movie Roadhouse is criminally underrated. He once used the restroom next to former President Bill Clinton at a movie theater during a showing of Encino Man.

Wes Corwin is a ball of pure nervous energy trying to pass itself off as human. Corwin has had his unique brand of humor featured on and Funny or Die. As a stand-up, he has opened for nationally touring headliners like Aparna Nancherla, Godfrey, and Kurt Braunohler. He has been featured at the Altercation Comedy Festival in Austin, Memphis Comedy Festival, and, for the past two years, the Dallas Comedy Festival.