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.”
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.
‘The Roast of Dorothy’ set for Friday, Jan. 25
If the roasts from the “Young, Dumb, and Full of Comedy” crew haven’t lambasted your childhood or your sense of morality enough yet, wait until the lights go down on this on
Tim Northern has been headlining clubs all across America for more than a decade. His humor is smart and biting, cut with a unique sense of charm and wit.
Famous drag queen headlines LYG benefit
Miss Coco Peru began her entertainment career more than 20 years ago and has appeared on stages across the country as well as on TV and in the movies.
Get ready for 'Improvapalooza 13'
We survived another presidential election, a debilitating East Coast hurricane, and the weakest apocalypse in the history of weak apocalypses.
Louisville native Brandon Vaughn first took the stage many years ago at the Comedy Caravan when the revered “Louisville Comedy Underground” show was still a regular fixture.
Born and raised in Louisville, Jacob Williams moved to Chicago after college to pursue comedy.
You may know Kristin Key from being a semi-finalist on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing,” but she’s also a woman of the road when it comes to comedy.
Along with friends Rory Scovel and Kyle Kinane, Derek Sheen is helping to spearhead the latest movement in alt-comedy.