St. Louis Comedy is More Than Stand Up
There are a ton of comedy related projects going on in the St. Louis Comedy scene. There’s improv, there are talk shows, variety shows, podcasts, and sketch comedy. This is just a small sample of what’s going on.
Part sketch, part stand up, part video, all funny. Boondoggle is a live comedic variety show written and performed entirely by Aaron Sawyer and a rotating guest comedian.
Celebrating all things nerdy, Drunk & Nerdy is a podcast dedicated to exactly what it’s name implies.
Do you like St. Louis comedy? Do you like St. Louis music? Shane Presley interviews both as part of his regular podcast. Take a minute to check out this great look at the creative scene in St. Louis.
Every month, Michael Allen and crew view a “classic” movie at The Heavy Anchor while providing live commentary.
Sketchpad Comedy produces monthly sketch shows in the St. Louis comedy scene. Got an idea for sketch? Want to write? Want to act? Contact them.
The Catalogue is written, performed and produced by Joshua Evans, Christopher Melton, Ross Martin and Marissa Sedmak.
Whether you want to learn the craft or watch others practice it, The Improv Shop in St. Louis’s Central West End is the place to go.