St. Louis Magazine continues its year long profile of local comics. This month’s profile from Thomas Crone features Fitz’s co-host, Ryan Dalton, Hey Guys regular, Jamie Fritz, and newcomer to the STLComedy scene, Sam Lyons. Get to know these great local performers, and take some time to read the other profiles Thomas has written.
There’s a good bit of comedy in town tonight. Maybe you should see some? Yeah. Of course you should.
After a much briefer than expected hiatus, Picnic Time has returned in all its glory to a brand new venue! Come see Andrew and Justin host a hot, hot line up of St. Louis’s best with your headliner, Stryker Spurlock. This month’s line up: – Chris Cyr – Hannah Streicher – Ryan Dalton – Emily
From tonight, through Saturday, we have a ton of shows you can go to that will keep your mind off of all that holiday shopping you still have to do. From open mics to showcases, St. Louis Comedy has you covered.
Go to a show! Go to every show! Finish your shopping on Amazon while sitting at the bar waiting for the jokes to start. Be a human being with purpose.
Tonight you have a chance to see the latest rage in the St. Louis comedy scene, the Open Mic/Showcase Hybrid show. There are multiples to check out.
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.
One of the problems a lot of comedy scenes deal with is the tension that exists between the local comedy clubs and the comics who put on DIY shows around their city. St. Louis is lucky enough to have three clubs comics can get work in, and who aren’t antagonistic towards indy shows. Not only that, all three have regular open mics and showcases that only feature local talent.
Ryan Dalton is a former member of Bare Knuckle Comedy, and he’s the current host of Fitz’s Comedy Night, a stand up comedy open mic that returns to Fitz’s Upstairs Bar in University City on August 18.