Ralphie May discusses fatherhood, duty and monster balls
Former co-owner returns to bring the laughs
Artist and gallery owner Julius Friedman swears he has no recollection of the moment.
Neil Hamburger is perhaps the most unnatural man in American comedy
Kentucky native returns for some comedy on Valentine’s weekend
When I surveyed my friends to see if they knew who Hal Sparks was, I got myriad responses, which probably speaks to how busy this guy keeps himself these days:
Comedy Caravan is offering an alternative to sitting on a couch, screaming at a television and eating fried globs of chicken parts on Super Bowl Sunday.
Comedian comes out to Improv @ Fourth Street Live
Suzanne Westenhoefer never considered leaving the lesbian out of her comedy routine when she started in the New York City comedy clubs in the early ’90s.
Louisville Improvisors polished for Improvapalooza 9
An event that succeeds nine years in a row and sells out the Kentucky Center’s MeX Theater is one to take note of, especially when it pulls together the best regional and national comed