Halloween show comes to Comedy Caravan
We live in a very old city — a fact that has had generations of Louisvillians passing local ghost stories beneath bated breath and nervous whispers for more than 200 years.
Comedian comes to The Improv
I can hear the bizarre-o version of the Journey classic now: She’s just a city girl, born and raised in south Detroit/She took a midnight train goin’ anywhere
It’s hard to believe it’s been more than two decades since Bill Bellamy stood onstage at “Russell Simmons’ Def Comedy Jam” and uttered the two words that would change
The list of people who can say they’ve appeared on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” is getting pretty long after eight years on the air — but the list of people who can cla
Chances are, you know who Lavell Crawford is, although you might not recognize his name.
April Macie overcomes Doo-Doo Brow
To look at April Macie, you might think she fits in more in the pages of one of those magazines you’d find underneath a 16-year-old boy’s mattress than on stage at your favorite comedy
Legendary comedian is keynote speaker for U of L Pride Week
Kate Clinton is a workhorse. After nearly 30 years on the comedy circuit, you think she’d take a break — at least long enough to drum up some new material.
Kathy Griffin talks Oprah, Paris and hot browns
I wanted to ask Kathy Griffin if giving an interview to this silly little alt-weekly rag in Louisville affirmed her D-List status, but I couldn’t get a word in.
Mitch Fatel has one of the freshest, most unique voices in comedy. From the stage, he projects a soft-spoken naiveté so his off-color jokes don’t seem quite as off-color.
Monique Marvez is a melting pot of Latin cultures — her mother is half-Cuban and half-Puerto Rican, her father Venezuelan — which makes Monique all sass.