Tiffany Haddish
Ms. Haddish is reigning over the entertainment landscape right now, a comedy colossus bestriding popular culture and showering her audience with laughs, love, and infectious exuberance, and lucky for Portland, her "#SheReady" tour hits the Keller just in time for Spring Break. (Sat March 16, 8 pm, Keller Auditorium, $50-150)

Ali Wong
Hot on the heels of her second Netflix special, Hard Knock Wife, Los Angeles-based comedian Ali Wong continues her march toward world domination when she brings "The Milk & Money" Tour through the Keller for a pair of Portland shows. (Sat March 9, 7 pm & 9:30 pm, $39.50-65)


Shane Torres
Whenever former Portland comic Shane Torres pops back into town, it’s a cause for celebration. A true comedian’s comedian, Shane’s stand-up is both wickedly sharp and sharply emotional, and he’s a true pro at crowd work and hilarious off-the-cuff improvisation. He’s also not afraid of taking on nearly any topic, dancing to the edge of losing the crowd, and then pulling them back at the last possible second. Beginning comics: Watch this guy. ’Cuz this is how one does it. (Fri-Sat March 1-2, 7:30 pm & 10 pm, Helium Comedy Club, $17-32) WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY

Peaches Christ's Mean Gays
San Francisco-based drag legend Peaches Christ teams up with Kim Chi, Willam, and Laganja Estranja to bring you an all-star drag parody of the 2004 Tina Fey-penned classic, Mean Girls. (Fri March 1, 7 pm & 10 pm, Aladdin Theater, $30-125)

Debbie Wooten: From the Hood to the Woods
Portland legend Debbie Wooten brings over three decades of stand-up experience to the Siren Theater stage. She'll be joined by rising local comedians George Rosenbaum, D Martin Austin, and Tyrone Collins (The Real Hyjinks). Hosted by Lucky Mincer. (Sat March 2, 6:30 pm, Siren Theater, $15)

One Bad Mother
Biz Ellis and Theresa Thorn bring their popular podcast chronicling the many unexpected twists and turns that come along with bring a mother to the Polaris Hall stage for a special live taping of the show. (Sat March 2, 8 pm, Polaris Hall, $20-25, all ages)

Jubal Flagg
The comedian, radio host, and television personality known for co-hosting the nationally syndicated radio show “Brooke & Jubal in the Morning" returns to Portland to head up an all-ages show at the Aladdin Theater. (Sat March 2, 8 pm, Aladdin Theater, $22.50-25, all ages)

Comedy Royalty Tour
The Comedy Royalty Tour stops off at the Siren Theater to pull you out of the mid-week doldrums with stand-up from Daniel Webb, Maggie Maye, Martin Urbano, and Kelsey Caine. (Wed March 6, 8 pm, Siren Theater, $10-15)

The I, Anonymous Show
Join host Kate Murphy (2018 Undisputable Genius of Comedy) as she reads aloud the wildest and craziest confessions and rants sent to the Mercury's I, Anonymous Blog and then psychologically evaluates them in depth along with a panel of the funniest people in the cosmos. Tonight's show features Portland comedians Ben Harkins and Stephanie Patricio, along with writer, producer, and actor Dino Stamatopoulos (Mr. Show! Moral Orel!) (Wed March 6, 7:30 pm, Curious Comedy Theater, $10)

The Bugle
Losing John Oliver to HBO didn't slow down the irrepressible Andy Zaltzman any. Okay, maybe a little bit, for a little time. But his comedic news podcast The Bugle is still going strong, now with a rotating cast of amazing guest hosts every week, and 2019's itinerary once again features a live stop at the Alberta Rose. (Thurs March 7, 8 pm, Alberta Rose Theatre, $30-35)

Erica Rhodes
The actress and comedian who began appearing as a frequent guest A Prairie Home Companion at the age of 10 before going on to guest star in New Girl, @midnight, and Modern Family swings through Helium to record her debut live album. (March 7-9, Thurs 8 pm, Fri-Sat 7:30 pm & 10 pm, Helium Comedy Club, $17-33)

Ian Karmel
Watching hometown hero Ian Karmel blossom into an Emmy-nominated writer and beloved stand-up on the national scale has been a feel-good story for the ages. In the past few years, his weekly All Fantasy Everything podcast has become the perfect sandbox for honing his quick-witted referential material, and it’s a constant reminder that he is one of the funniest comedians working today. Catch up with him tonight when he returns to the Revolution Hall stage to showcase a brand new hour of material. (Fri March 8, 6 pm & 9 pm, Revolution Hall, $22-25, all ages)

All Fantasy Everything
Comedians Ian Karmel, Sean Jordan, and David Gborie join up with a special guest for a live taping of their excellent weekly podcast, All Fantasy Everything, in which they fantasy draft the whole entire world one category at a time. (March 8-9, Fri-Sat 2 pm, Doug Fir, $22-25)

Daniel Sloss
Hot on the heels of a pair of Netflix specials, the Scottish comedian, actor, and writer who got his start in the industry as a teenager brings his latest show through the Aladdin Theater for the Portland stop on a world tour. (Fri March 8, 8 pm, Aladdin Theater, $35, all ages)

That's What She Said: Spring Queening 2
What better way to shake off the seasonal hibernation than to enjoy some brilliant comedy by feminist comedy collective, That’s What She Said. Hear from Katie Nguyen, Berlyn Lee, Katie Piatt, Brooks, Oliver Warfield, and Shannon Sales, and rest easy knowing your dollars are going directly to SMYRC. (Fri March 8, 7:30 pm, Siren Theater, $10)

An Evening with Katya
The RuPaul's Drag Race star and co-host of the Viceland series The Trixie & Katya Show brings her new stand-up show to the Pacific Northwest for the first time. (Mon March 11, 7:30 pm, Aladdin Theater)

Aziz Ansari
The Parks and Recreation star and creator of Master Of None returns to his stand-up roots when his "Road To Nowhere" tour hits the Keller. (March 12-13, Tues-Wed 7:30 pm, Keller Auditorium, $35-65)

Minority Retort
Hosted by Jason Lamb and Julia Ramos, Minority Retort is Portland’s only comedy showcase featuring entirely POC and minorities—and it’s Dhaya Lakshminarayanan, the center of 2018's NerdCool documentary, and Bridgetown Comedy veteran. And there’s lots of great locally based talent on the bill as well, including guest co-host Mohanad Elshieky, Stephanie Patricio, Tony Daniel, and more! (Fri March 15, 8 pm, Siren Theater, $12)

Improv Giants
A massive attack of the Siren Theater's favoritest improv comedy all-stars, including Shelley McLendon, Nicholas Kessler, Jed Arkley, and DK Reinemer! (Sat March 16, 8 pm, Siren Theater, $10-15)

Adam Cayton-Holland
The Siren presents an evening of stand-up with the much-beloved Denver-hailing comedian known for heading up The Grawlix comedy troupe and co-creating the TruTV show Those Who Can't alongside Andrew Orvedahl and Ben Roy. (Sat March 23, 8 pm, Siren Theater, $12-15)

Jen Kirkman
You probably already know comedian Jen Kirkman by way of her two books and two Netflix specials, her regular appearances on Chelsea Lately and Comedy Central’s Drunk History, and her own podcast, I Seem Fun: The Diary of Jen Kirkman. Catch up with the writer and comedian this weekend when she brings her latest stand-up through Helium for a full slate of shows. (March 28-30, Thurs 8 pm, Fri-Sat 7:30 pm & 10 pm, Helium Comedy Club, $25)

Ronny Chieng
Malaysian-Australian comedian and actor Ronny Chieng takes a break from his role as senior correspondent on The Daily Show and brings his stand-up through the Aladdin Theater for the Portland stop on the "Tone Issues" Tour. (Fri March 29, 7 pm, Aladdin Theater, $25)

Adam Conover: Mind Parasites Live!
The past Bridgetown Comedy Festival performer and host of the hit TruTV show Adam Ruins Everything, which aims to reveal the shocking hidden facts that lurk behind everyday goods and services, brings the "Mind Parasites" Tour to the Aladdin Theater stage. (Sun March 31, 8 pm, Aladdin Theater, $39.50-75)