Andrew Mihalevich is a stand up comedian, as well as part of the collaborative team at Bare Knuckle Comedy. He’s actually pretty nerdy all around. You can hear him talk about DC Comics Rebirth here on the Drunk & Nerdy Podcast.
If you see him walking around town, don’t make eye contact, unless you’re ready for adventure.
Jeremy Hellwig is a stand up comedian with a habit of starting non-stand up shows. He’s the co-host, along with Kenny Kinds, of Sorry, Please Continue, a story telling show, and he’s part of the collaborative team behind Fatal Bus Accident, a talk show. His next project is probably some type of court room reality show. Who knows?
Jeremy gets bonus points for answering most of our questions twice. Also, note how he works in either plugs for his projects, or his partners on those projects, into his answers. That’s marketing.
Jason Flamm heads up Sketchpad Comedy, which is celebrating its second year with an anniversary show this Tuesday evening. Sketchpad recently made the leap from live performances to podcast with their newest project, Welcome Through Effingham.
Chris Cyr feels a little weird filling this questionnaire out, since he’s the one posting these. He feels like he should divulge this information to you, but couldn’t think of a really entertaining way to do that. He co-hosts Wild Card Wednesday Night Comedy, and runs Impolite Company, a monthly adult comedy show in downtown St. Louis. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Chris Cyr”
Libbie Higgins recently finished in the top three of Helium Comedy’s 2016 Funniest Person in St. Louis competition. She creates videos that go viral as soon as they hit the web, and the characters she plays sometimes live in infamy. She was ready for new media before it even existed. On top of that, she still has time to be the world’s most enthusiastic New Kids on the Block fan. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Libbie Higgins”
Brandon Judd is probably the pun master of the St. Louis stand up scene. His punk rock attitude and quick wit allow him to turn a phrase faster than a gunfighter in the old west could draw a pistol. He can be found performing all over the city. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Brandon Judd”