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.
Each month, Tree Sanchez hosts a stand up comedy showcase in the Fox Park neighborhood. A major believer in the greatness the local comedy scene can achieve, Tree’s show is committed to giving new comics a chance to find their voice by letting them get stage time alongside comics with more experience. Check out the show for a chance to see the breadth of talent performing in the city.
Fatal Bus Accident is a great show. Fatal Bus Accident is a weird show. These two statements are both true. We’ll let you figure out which member of their cast probably completed this questionnaire.
We’re judging from the picture, that he’s also a running back for a co-ed flag football team.
Stand up, improv, sketch, and late night television, Bobby Jaycox has a his fingers in a lot of pies. But does he even like pie? Find out below!
Sean O’Brien can regularly be found at The Funny Bone when he isn’t touring. Also, if he’s ever visited you, and your internet mysteriously stopped working, now you know why.
Wild Card Comedy hosts Wild Card Wednesday Night Comedy every Wednesday Night at The Crow’s Nest in downtown Maplewood. It’s a comedy open mic where hosts JC Sibala and Chris Cyr encourage comics to incorporate various challenges into their sets.
Contraceptive Comedy is the longest running independent stand up showcase in St. Louis. Every month, host Stryker Spurlock brings some of the best travelling and local comics to Shameless Grounds, a sex positive coffee house in the Benton Park neighborhood. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Contraceptive Comedy”
Duke Taylor has opened for some big names. He can be seen regularly at the Westport Funny Bone. You probably don’t want him cooking your dinner tonight. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Duke Taylor”
Rafe Williams is active in the local improv scene. He’s active in the stand up scene, where he just won Helium’s Funniest Person in St. Louis Contest. You can see him on STL Up Late, where he’s a writer and actor. He’s a busy guy. He has to sleep some time though. So, we just hid in his bedroom with our questionnaire and waited for the right moment to pin him down and get some answers.
No one else has given such a beautiful answer to the “Best/Worst On-Stage Moment” question.