Chris Denman and Travis Terrell host “We Are Live!”, a radio show/podcast based in St. Louis. “We Are Live” has become a major supporter of the local comedy scene, while also providing some incredible interviews with national performers. Their site (listed below) is full of audio and video guaranteed to entertain you.
Since moving to St. Louis, stand up comic Eric Brown has become a fixture of the indy scene. Consisting mostly of stories of his daily life, Eric’s comedy is incredibly self aware, funny, and interesting. Your Name Eric Brown How long have you been performing stand up? My first time was in February 2011. So a little
Sarah Pearl has quickly become a regular on the St. Louis stand up scene. Another person who’s been both a musician and a comedian, she has a stage presence that engages the audience immediately.
Carolyn Agnew is one of the strongest performers in the St. Louis stand up community. She’s a former winner of the annual Hey Guys! Comedy competition, and a regular on many of the locally produced shows.
You can’t talk about comedy in St. Louis without talking about Bare Knuckle Comedy. The organization is one of the longest running comedy troupes in the city, producing podcasts, sketch shows, stand up shows, and shows that really can’t be easily described. Tonight (Friday July 8, 2016) their anniversary show with Ron Lynch, at Foam Coffee and Beer.
JC Sibala is the co-creator and co-host of Wild Card Comedy. He performs at clubs around the mid-west, and recently opened for Heather McDonald at Helium Comedy in St. Louis.
Jonathan Venegoni is a triple threat in the St. Louis arts scene. He’s a talented stand up comedian. He’s a talented musician. And, he has the most recognizable head of hair in the city. Until recently he was the host of Fitz’s Comedy Night, the longest running independent open mic in the St. Louis area.
Shane Presley is the host of Rock Paper Podcast, where he interviews musicians and comedians in the St. Louis area (as well as some who are just passing through). Shane’s a major supporter of the St. Louis arts scene, and every week publishes a nearly comprehensive list of shows taking place in the area on the Rock Paper Podcast Facebook page.
Of all the stand up comics we asked to complete these profiles, Stryker Spurlock used the most words, and actually complained that he couldn’t self promote more. He’s going to go far. He’s part of a lot of projects in the St. Louis area, but can be found monthly at Contraceptive Comedy, a showcase he
Chad Wallace is the host of The Comedy Shipwreck, a semi-monthly open mic and monthly showcase in South St. Louis. His open mic is usually one of the most well attended open mics in the scene.