St. Louis Comedy in the News: STL Magazine profiles Ryan Dalton, Jamie Fritz, and Sam Lyons

St. Louis Magazine continues its year long profile of local comics. This month’s profile from Thomas Crone features Fitz’s co-host, Ryan Dalton, Hey Guys regular,  Jamie Fritz, and newcomer to the STLComedy scene, Sam Lyons. Get to know these great local performers, and take some time to read the other profiles Thomas has written.  

The Laugh Lounge Opens This Week

In 2004, in an article about St. Louis comedy powerhouse, Jessie Taylor, there’s a point towards the end of the article where Ben Westhoff writes of Jessie:

“Taylor dreams of opening what he says would be St. Louis’ first black comedy club.”

     – (“What Are You Laughing At”, St. Louis, Riverfront Times, February 4, 2004)

The statement seems prescient, as this week Jessie Taylor announced the soft opening of The Laugh Lounge, his new comedy club.  This new club promises to be home the city thriving urban comedy scene, but Taylor isn’t limiting the reach of his audience or comic base.

St. Louis Comedy in the News: STLMag Profiles Eric Brown, Ella Fritts, and JC Sibala

St. Louis Magazine continues Thomas Crone’s monthly profile of comics at various levels of the  St. Louis comedy scene.  This month, they asked questions of Ella Fritts, JC Sibala, and Eric Brown.  It’s a fun look at their views on the craft of comedy. We’d be remiss if we didn’t point out each of them

St. Louis Comedy in the News! – STLMag Profiles Three Local Comics

We were delighted to see that Thomas Crone has a Q&A in St. Louis Magazine with some of our favorite local comics. Follow the link and peer into the minds of Rima Parikh, Angela Smith, and Carolyn Agnew.  It’s a fun read. Also, starting tomorrow, we’re going to begin posting new profiles of local comics