This may be a little too “inside baseball” for the general comedy fan. As part of our Death Mic 2017 open mic competition, we reached out to Erin Naylor, manager at Helium Comedy’s St. Louis club. She gave us insight into how independent open mics can work to help comics develop material that’s ready for a comedy club.
So if you’re a comic out there on the grind, take note. And if you’re a comedy fan, this gives you some idea of what you can expect at a local independent open mic, vs. the more organized club open mic.
Continue reading “A Word About Open Mics”
Comedy careers are measured in milestones. Tomorrow starts a new month, so that seemed like a good theme for today. So here are two milestones that are actually related. Continue reading “Milestones: Andrew Frank and Open Mics”
We know it’s Tuesday and you’re still ramping up your weekend, but there’s a lot going on tonight! You could go watch Lost Boys, in a bar. You could go watch comics develop new material. You can laugh at their failures. You can cheer their triumphs. Or you can just drink and enjoy the show. Whatever you do, do it!
Continue reading “Cry, Little Sister! – Shows 10/25/2016”