Rich Vos got his big break on the first season of NBC’s “Last Comic Standing,” and since then he’s been all over television, from appearances on late night to Comedy Central
After three decades on the road, Brian Regan has become one of the most respected comedians around, performing in front of millions.
Gabriel Rutledge is a quick-thinking, fast-talking, hard-working badass.
Mayor Fischer unveils plan to become king of Louisville comedy scene
At a press conference last Friday in front of Comedy Caravan, Mayor Greg Fischer announced plans to put his knack for awkward, deadpan humor to use by becoming Louisville’s next occasionally
A regular on Comedy Central’s “Ugly Americans” and a contributing writer for the classic series “Chappelle’s Show,” Kurt Metzger is quite possibly one of t
Doug Stanhope is the crown prince of comedy darkness. He’s the Edgar Allen Poe of stand-up.
Veteran comedian returns to the U.S.
Kathleen Madigan is a tried and true road warrior at the top of her game since breaking into the mainstream public consciousness on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing.” Since that time, s
It’s award season, and in the midst of all the Grammy, Golden Globes and Oscar buzz, one award show rules them all — The Carneys.
A Miami seventh-grade teacher by day, Al Jackson launched his comedy career at night, showing up at any open-mic that would take him. His secret didn’t last long.
Leslie Jordan and Varla Jean Merman take the stage
Get ready for a night of hysterical craziness: Leslie Jordan and Varla Jean Merman are taking the stage at the Bomhard Theater to present “an evening of song and slander.”