Nathan Orton performs regularly on local indy produced shows and in the clubs. He’s a favorite among many St. Louis comedy fans, as evidenced by being a finalist in the Funny Bone’s annual comedy competition. The final round of that contest is August 8.
On July 1, we started posting these little profiles of people involved in the local comedy scene. Tomorrow, the last day of July, we will publish the 31st profile. Continue reading “And now, a brief word from the management.”
You’d be hard pressed to find a more enthusiastic booster of the local comedy scene than Tree Sanchez. When she’s not on stage, she’s doing whatever she can to encourage newer comics to find their own voice, rather than just trying to become successful by mimicking others. She’s also trying to convince the general public to get out and see live comedy. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Tree Sanchez”
Micaela Mohr was listed as one of STLToday’s Rising Stars in 2015 and they nailed that description. She runs shows and performs all around town and is getting to be a fan favorite at many shows. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Micaela Mohr”
Andrew Frank is former winner of the annual Funny Bone competition, a finalist in the Helium St. Louis Funniest Person contest, a winner of the Hey Guys Comedy contest, and…well…it’s a long list. Suffice it to say, he’s funny.
Charlie Winfrey is a regular performer at the Westport Funny Bone here in St. Louis. His self-deprecating and irreverent style of comedy has helped him land some great shows, including opening up for the great Doug Stanhope.
Check out his website.
Cameron Keys is one of the newer comics on the St. Louis stand up scene, but he’s been working incredibly hard. He’s already a regular host at Helium Comedy, and placed highly in the competitions at both Helium and Funny Bone. He even runs his own showcase
Based on his answers, we’re pretty sure he’s a video game junkie too.
Tina Dybal is active in both the local stand up and improv scenes. She’s a regular on showcases at Helium – St. Louis, and is the co-producer of Two Girls. One Mic., along with Emily Hickner.
Tina recently became an American citizen, just in time for the fall of American society into a dystopian chaos.
Emily Hickner has been a regular on the St. Louis Stand Up Comedy Scene for over five years. She’s worked with Bare Knuckle Comedy, and currently co-produces Two Girls. One Mic. Her deeply personal brand of stand up comedy recently made it possible for her to open for – we’ll let her tell you.
Formerly of the band Ludo, musician and stand up comedian, Tim Convy, currently spends a lot of his time in Los Angeles, where he works on Not Safe with Nikki Glaser. His answers show that his heart is always here in St. Louis, where he manages Mound City Comedy. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Tim Convy”