Tickets are on sale now for Flyover Comedy Festival. Buy yours today and guarantee your admission to see Todd Barry, Henry Phillips, and a full slate of local and visiting comics November 9th through November 11th in The Grove. Between now and then, meet some of the comics performing in the festival!
A comedy talkshow. The best show in North America. Hosted by Amy & Jeremy, with Stryker. Jon is band/bandleader. We’re testing out our “best of” show before we take it on the road. Come see how good we are after a year of hard work. $5 at the door.
Ahead of their show next week and their “best of” show at The Improv Shop, the team behind Fatal Bus Accident got a nice write up in this week’s Riverfront Times. Congrats to the show, and thanks to the RFT for its increasing coverage of our local scene!
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.
Hosted in St. Louis by Jeremy Hellwig and Kenny Kinds, and Kris Wernowsky in Cleveland, “Sorry, Please Continue” is a monthly show that’s a hit in both cities. With recent shows in Memphis, Los Angeles, and Brooklyn, this unique story telling is gaining a nationwide audience.
Looks like St. Louis’ hybrid storytelling/comedy interruption hour is going Hollywood. With regular shows in two cities, appearances in Memphis, Brooklyn, and others, and now this excursion to Los Angeles, “Sorry, Please Continue” is racking up the frequent flyer miles. Congrats to show creators, Kenny Kinds, Jeremy Hellwig, and Kris Wernowsky. Read their write up
Jeremy Hellwig is a stand up comedian with a habit of starting non-stand up shows. He’s the co-host, along with Kenny Kinds, of Sorry, Please Continue, a story telling show, and he’s part of the collaborative team behind Fatal Bus Accident, a talk show. His next project is probably some type of court room reality show. Who knows?
Jeremy gets bonus points for answering most of our questions twice. Also, note how he works in either plugs for his projects, or his partners on those projects, into his answers. That’s marketing.