It’s Friday! That means it’s time to pack the kids into the closet, padlock it shut for the evening, and take your boo out on the town for a night of laughter. STLComedy has a few options for you. So there’s no reason to just sit in front of a plate of cold pasta and
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.
We hear that Frederick Douglass is doing some really good things. So, we dedicate this weekend’s show round up to him, and to the unsung victims of the Bowling Green Massacre. Never again. #RememberBowlingGreen.
Come out to this month’s Coffee Break to see St. Louis’ enfants terribles of comedy* Rima Parikh Casey Paulsen Ella Fritts Cameron Keys Spencer Tegtmeyer Admission is only $5, and 20% of proceeds go to Grounds for Health (http://www.groundsforhealth.org/). The rest of the proceeds go directly to the performers. Please come out and support live
It looks like winter is back for the St. Louis area. Lucky for you, we’re going to keep you warm with some HOT COMEDY!
This Thursday through Saturday is crazy full of shows presenting a variety of St. Louis comedians. Of course, the gods of winter have looked upon your opportunity to get some enjoyment out of life, and they seem determined to smite the area. Keep an eye on our Facebook page and we’ll do our best to update you with any weather related cancellations we learn about.
That being said, here’s the line up!
Two nights before Holiday, and all through the scene
Three shows stand out, as the places for being