Comedy careers are measured in milestones. Tomorrow starts a new month, so that seemed like a good theme for today. So here are two milestones that are actually related.
If you’re looking to really laissez au bon temps rouler tonight, instead of a reason to just yell “Whodat?” and do shots out of your friends crotchial region, St. Louis Comedy has a great show for you in O’Fallon, Missouri. O’Fallon Out Loud is Andy Hamilton’s monthly showcase at Rendezvous Cafe and Wine Bar. These
Tonight at The Heavy Anchor! You know the drill!
Local comedian, Jimmy Day hosts the Babylon Open Mic every Monday. The room’s a great place to see and perform comedy. If you’re in the area, you should go there.
He’s not related to Doris.
Zach Gzehoviak hosts the monthly Arguments & Grievances event at Brennan’s in the Central West End. He books comedy shows for the venue and has been around the scene for a while. His newest project is the Flyover Comedy Festival, which is having its inaugural festival this November.
There’s a good bit of comedy in town tonight. Maybe you should see some? Yeah. Of course you should.
Ron Finger is an interesting person. In the St. Louis comedy scene, he’s known for saying some pretty outrageous things, with no fear whatsoever. But, even though he’s sometimes saying the most horrible things you can imagine, he’s smiling so much you’re almost certain to forgive yourself for laughing. This has made him a regular this past year on Helium Comedy’s Wednesday showcases. Especially, their monthly Dirty Show.
Joe Murray can regularly be found featuring at The Funny Bone and performing on other shows around town. His answer to the Tacos v. Pizza question demonstrates a self-reliance that no other comic we’ve profiled has shown. His new show, “Run the Joes” premieres tonight at The Improv Shop.
We hear that Frederick Douglass is doing some really good things. So, we dedicate this weekend’s show round up to him, and to the unsung victims of the Bowling Green Massacre. Never again. #RememberBowlingGreen.
If you’ve attended “Sorry, Please Continue” regularly, then you know one of the show’s favorite storytellers is Rob T. No matter what the subject is, Rob has a story for it. And the story is probably crazier than anything you can think of on your own.