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Comedy: A tiny brunette with sass … and lots of laughs

Natasha Leggero stops by the Improv

Natasha Leggero has a face you might recognize but a name you probably don’t.


Comedy: Tom Green is in the house

On the phone, Tom Green is even-keeled and careful with his words — polar opposite to the persona he’s honed on MTV’s “The Tom Green Show” and in films like &ldq

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WEB EXCLUSIVE: Paula Poundstone — the luckiest person in the world

Paula Poundstone is now a figurehead of stand-up comedy, who has pushed envelopes, and broken new ground in her over three decades behind the microphone.


Comedy: Whitney Cummings is funny … for a girl

You might not know who Whitney Cummings is today, but it won’t be long before she’s a household name.


Comedy: The Louisville Improvisors & Improvapalooza 10

A decade in the moment

Believe it or not, the Louisville Improvisors are coming on 10 years together, and with Chris Anger, Alec Volz, Josh Lane and Java Man keyboardist Todd Hildreth at the helm, they’re still goi


Comedy: Five important questions with Project Improv

Project Improv, Louisville’s only long-form improv troupe, is gathering up current and former members for an after-Christmas Holiday Show at Zanzabar.


Comedy: Black with a vengeance

Lewis Black might be one of the most recognizable faces in comedy these days, whether for roles in movies like “Accepted” or “Man of the Year,” or his recurring appearances


Comedy: Jim Breuer is on the road again

Jim Breuer is back.


Comedy: Dave Attell — On the wagon yet still on the edge

Dave Attell is hard to like but easy enjoy. His brash, lecherous sense of humor has made him one of the most respected comedians of his generation.


Comedy: If Butchertown can be hip, why not Irish Hill?

Louisville Improvisors present the Irish Hill Improv Fest

This was Chris Anger’s basic philosophy when his Louisville Improvisors put together the first Irish Hill Improv Festival last year: It seemed a grave injustice for one of Louisville’s