Starting Monday, Conan will become the first late-night host to move his show out of his house since the coronavirus shutdown, filming at Largo at the Coronet, a theater next to West Hollywood where he sometimes performs and interviews guests like Tig Notaro. “I got started doing improv at the Coronet in 1986 and I’m glad we’ve figured out a way to safely keep that theater going during this lockdown,” said Conan, who has been filming his show at home with an iPhone since late March. (It is at the Coronet where Conan first met Lisa Kudrow during an improv class, before the pair started dating.) The move marks a first step toward full production at his regular Conan home at Warner Bros. Studio. Conan will film his show with a limited crew and staff on site in accordance with government and industry health and safety protocols. Conan will continue to interview guests via Zoom, while the majority of his staff works from home.