Tonight you have a chance to see the latest rage in the St. Louis comedy scene, the Open Mic/Showcase Hybrid show. There are multiples to check out.
Continuing with the latest bump of local media coverage of the St. Louis comedy scene, both Amy Milton and Libbie Higgins made the Riverfront Times’ list of “Seventy Five Reasons We Love St. Louis.”
There are a couple of good shows in town tonight. Don’t stay home!
It’s been a few weeks since Patrick Trowbridge and Eric Brown announced their new open mic, Hootin’ and Hollerin’ Comedy Open Mic. Since then, the show has literally taken on a life of its own as the show’s Twitter account has become sentient, and has taken on a Walther Matthauesque attitude toward the world.
It’s amazing how many people in St. Louis are obsessed with Pizza Rolls. Though, stand up comic Patrick Trowbridge’s description of these mini portable pizza based treats sounds more tragic than most. Patrick is funny and smart, and is working with fellow comic Eric Brown to bring a new open mic to the scene.
Jack Schurk can regularly be found at The Funny Bone, where he hides in constant fear of evil sentient killer dolls. He’s a pretty funny dude. You should check him out. Unless you’re an evil sentient killer doll. In that case, leave him alone.
Christopher Melton has a great head of hair, which may or may not be a contributing factor to why The Catalogue is such a fun podcast and live show. Your Name Christopher Melton Show Name The Catalogue Website/URL bit.ly/thecataloguepodcast facebook.com/thecataloguecomedy Describe what you do. I co-host The Catalogue Podcast with Joshua Evans. It’s a chat
Fight the afternoon slump by filling your ears with some of St. Louis’s best podcasts. There’s no shortage of great local shows to listen to, so we’re highlighting a couple each week. Here are two to fill out your day, and your drive home.
Whether you’re sitting in a cubicle somewhere, hiding in a walk-in freezer, or quietly weeping as you sit in a parked car crying over the fact that you’ve been lying to your family about going each morning to a job you were fired from over a month ago, you’d probably rather be doing something else. Luckily, #STLComedy’s full of people with projects to help you out.
While describing the chaos of Nick’s Pub’s open mic, Riverfront Times writer Thomas Crone described Milly Naeger as “a true beacon” in an evening where everything seemed to be going off the rails.