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Comedy: Comedian happy L.A. is in his rearview mirror

Comedian Mack Dryden says that almost every time he tells a local he moved from L.A.

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Comedy: Kathleen Madigan’s coming for flair

It’s gotta be a good feeling when Lewis Black calls you “the funniest woman in America.” Kathleen Madigan has been slinging jokes for more than two decades and was both a co

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Comedy: Among royalty

King of Comedy D.L. Hughley stops at The Improv

After two decades of laughs, few would dispute D.L.

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Comedy: Party of five

Improvapalooza 11 scales down to four comics and a musician

For the 11th time, the Louisville Improvisors bring you Improvapalooza, an annual comedy affair.

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Web Exclusive: Q&A with Tim Northern

Tim Northern … elevator farter

Tim Northern does what Tim Northern wants.

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Comedy: Funny people

Six Louisville comedians make each other laugh -- R-rated

Friday night might prove to be the most exciting night of stand-up comedy this year.

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Comedy: Eric Kimbrough is more funny than famous ... for now

The Improv will host a special event Sunday night when local comedy giant Eric Kimbrough takes the stage as emcee for the second of his “Eric Kimbrough Comedy Extravaganza” shows, which

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Web Exclusive: Q&A with Eddie Griffin

Griffin comes to The Improv

Eddie Griffin is known as much for his unpredictable temperament and his big mouth as he is for being one of the most hailed comedians of his generation.

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Comedy: Dane above the ruins

Dane Cook plays the KFC Yum! Center

When people describe comedians as controversial, they usually mean a brand of comedy that pushes political and social boundaries beyond the public’s comfort zone.

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Comedy: Paranormal Comedy Show offers haunting laughs

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.