A Chance Meeting Brought Them Together, Now They Plan Things With Google Docs Eric and Brandon take you through their humble beginnings in standup comedy in the mid-80s all the way to their paramount success in getting booked in Chicago. This multimedia experience will include live performance, cool YouTube videos, musical numbers, drama and Sam
Temperatures are rising, globally on average and not just seasonally, meaning baby squirrels flit across the street dodging your damn cars, chirping birds take their revenge from above, and St. Louis comedy shows are in bloom! You know what they were doing months ago. Our St. Louis comedy shows were getting it on and ’tis the season to see those baby comedy shows birth new jokes into the fresh Spring air!
Of course, most of the St. Louis comedy shows happen indoors at night, so none of that sunny stuff if happening. Unbearable heat is on the way and you can prepare for it by coming to a show in an air-conditioned venue!
It’s a dumb pun, but it correctly expresses our desire for you to see a live comedy show this weekend. Starting tonight. There are so many choices, you might have an anxiety attack. You know, that feeling when you’re presented with so many choices that your chest tightens and your vision starts to tunnel? Your breathing speeds up and gets shallow. Your body temperature increases. You feel like you’re going to faint.
Then you remember, it’s just comedy. No one’s going to die if you don’t choose their show. So pick the one closest to you. Or the one your friends will be at. Or throw a dart at your computer monitor and see where it puts you.
A Solid 20 Three #STL comedians show off their skills performing feature-length sets! This month’s show features: Brandon Judd (Helium Comedy Club – Saint Louis Host) Sarah Bursich Kenny Kinds (Sorry, Please Continue) Hosted by Eric Brown (Hootin’ and Hollerin’ Comedy Open Mic) Tickets available online or at the door. Online sales active soon. Doors
The biggest comedy news in the city is that Louis CK is performing at The Scottrade Center Thursday night. Sure, that’s cool, but you’ll have to sit with 20,000 other people in a venue where you’ll barely be able to see him without the aid of a giant video screen. It’s like being in your living room, with more expensive beer and nachos.
Brandon Judd is probably the pun master of the St. Louis stand up scene. His punk rock attitude and quick wit allow him to turn a phrase faster than a gunfighter in the old west could draw a pistol. He can be found performing all over the city.