Tonight is the final night of the 2008 Charleston Comedy Festival. If you haven’t been out by now to see some of these terrific acts, don’t worry. There’s plenty of tickets left. Go here to find out more. Meanwhile, I had a chance to see The Apple Sisters Variety Show, Hot Sauce, DCUP’s The Simons and a teenzy little bit of the end of Murder, She Wrote, by Atlanta’s Dad’s Garage. All of them were worthy of seeing more than once. And indeed you can do just that. They’re all performing again tonight. Personally, I liked the Apple Sisters so much, I might see them again if I weren’t going to miss so much other topnotch comedy.

7:30 p.m. The Josh and Tamra Show (PG-15)

Audience-directed improv with puppets

Where: Theatre 99

Tickets: $12.50

8 p.m. Hot Sauce (R)

Saturday Night Live-inspired comedy

Where: Charleston Ballet Theatre

Tickets: $12.50

8 p.m. Kenny Z and Friends (R)

Stand up by the infamous Kenny Z and friends from the Big Apple

Where: Tonik

Tickets: $12.50

8 p.m. The Magnet Theater presents (PG-15)

Hello Laser and Skosh: Comedy’s rising stars perform improv

Where: Stars at the American

Tickets: $12.50

8:30 p.m. The Apple Sisters Variety Show (PG-15)

A musical comedy based on a 1940s radio show

Where: The American Theater

Tickets: $12.50

9 p.m. I Eat Pandas (PG-15)

Musical improv based on audience suggestion

Where: Theatre 99

Tickets: $12.50

9 p.m. DCUP Comedy presents (PG-15)

Comedy Royale: Improv battle of the titans

Where: Stars at the American

Tickets: $12.50

9:30 p.m. The Pushers (R)

Don’t look for political correctness. All bets are off

with this controversial comedy group

Where: Charleston Ballet Theatre

Tickets: $12.50

9:30 p.m. Stand-Up Showdown (R)

NYC comedians Tom McCaffrey and Steve Burr battle for glory

Where: Tonik

Tickets: $12.50

10 p.m. Murder, She Improvised (PG-15)

A murder mystery — improv comedy style

Where: The American Theater

Tickets: $12.50

10 p.m. Washington Improv Theatre (WIT) presents (PG)

Caveat: Emotional and truthful, this group takes everyday foibles and exploits them for laughs

Season Six: Choose your own improv TV pilot

Where: Stars at the American

Tickets: $12.50

10:30 p.m. Festival Finale (R)

The Have Nots! and many members from the troupes perform on one stage. A massive platter o’ fun

Where: Theatre 99

Tickets: $17.50