Looking for a landing
Not only is Ralphie May one of the hardest-working road comics, he’s also a Louisville favorite, packing every show when he comes through town.
Reese Waters, a veteran of “David Letterman” and “Craig Ferguson,” was raised in Maryland, just outside of D.C.
After having touring with some of the biggest names in comedy, like Louis C.K. and Daniel Tosh, Rory Scovel is quickly coming into his own.
An original cast member of “Mad TV,” a memorable big screen presence, and star of the “Make 7 Up yours” campaign, Orlando Jones took a few minutes to talk about where he com
Pudding pops. Sweaters.
It’s time again for “The Funny Ladies of the Ville” show.
Alysia Wood is a rising star out of the Seattle comedy scene. The Louisiana native, who once lived in Louisville, has now settled in southern California.
Long Island native Steve Rannazzisi broke out as a cast member on “The League,” FX’s popular and acclaimed comedy series about a 30-something group of friends who are also members
The Mythbusters bring TV to the Palace stage
Jamie Hynemen and Adam Savage, better known collectively as “The Mythbusters,” stars of the hit Discovery Channel show, are almost single-handedly responsible for turning geek into chic
Dan Cummins is hardly a household name just yet, but his first two albums, Revenge Is Near and Crazy With a Capital F, have been two of the best-reviewed com