Poppy Champlin presents the ‘Queer Queens of Qomedy’
Poppy Champlin has been trucking along the stand-up circuit for more than 30 years and has worked with everyone from Rosie O’Donnell and Bill Maher to Bill Hicks and Denis Leary.
Improvapalooza turns 12
“Improvapalooza” is 12 years old — it has finally hit puberty, is wearing deodorant and sprouting hair where there was none.
Bryan Callen launched his career in the mid-’90s as an original cast member on “MADtv.” In the years since, he has had roles in numerous TV and movie comedies, including a recurri
“When one show ends, another begins” would be a great motto for Wednesday night comedy shows in Louisville.
Two of the fastest-rising names in comedy, Louis Katz and Nate Bargatze, come to The Bard’s Town, just in time for Thanksgiving.
Doug Benson’s “The Benson Interruption” is comedy progress, and not just in format.
Three years ago, Marc Maron was broke, twice divorced and thinking of quitting. Not the quitting the business — quitting life.
Steve-O trades in stunts for stand-up
Steve-O is no stranger to the “Why Bother?” Generation. He’s been the go-to jackass on MTV’s “Jackass” for more than a decade.
As an earthquake rocked Japan last March, flooding the streets and threatening nuclear power plants, Alec Sulkin, a writer for the animated TV comedy “Family Guy,” decided to share his
Lindsay Boling is one of the fastest rising comedians in Louisville.