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. Continue reading “Waste Some Time With #STLComedy”
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.
We know it’s Monday, but that’s no reason to stay home. The Heavy Anchor has a great traveling show for you tonight.
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!
We didn’t post a profile this morning because we wanted to give a shout out to both the Riverfront Times and STLToday for covering the local comedy scene with their profiles of Chris Cyr and Rafe Williams respectively. If you haven’t read them, do it now. Both articles show some good insight into the local stand up scene.
We’re hoping this leads to much more coverage of St. Louis Comedy scene.
Read the profile on Chris Cyr at the RFT website.
Read the profile on Rafe Williams at STLToday.
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.
It’s another week of great shows in St. Louis. Plan on attending one or more. Especially, plan on attending St. Louis Fringe to see Amy Milton in “Good.