Everybody needs a laugh this week. St. Louis comedy has ’em in spade. Clubs reign supreme this week with few independent shows going on, but we promise they’ve packed a lot of comedy into a just few days this week. Feast your eyes on this week’s St. Louis comedy roundup!
In addition to all of the great open mics you can find listed on our Open Mic List, we’ve got national headliners of all kinds to check out. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Shows 10/2 to 10/8”
We’ve been raking joke leaves up all week into a big pile of St. Louis comedy for you to play in!
In addition to all of the great open mics you can find listed on our Open Mic List, we’ve got national headliners of all kinds to check out. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Shows 9/25 to 10/2”
Kris Wernowsky is one of the creators of “Sorry, Please Continue.” Though he lives in Cleveland now, he’s a St. Louis comic at heart.
He also wrote us a little sketch as part of his answers. Bonus!
Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Kris Wernowsky”
Drunk & Nerdy is a mixed bag of entertainment. They have a podcast. They have a live show. They have pub crawls, and other real world events. No matter what they’re doing though, they focus on the two things they’re best at, getting hammered and being geeks.
(Editors Note: Hammered & Geeky is actually a totally different podcast and has no affiliation with Drunk & Nerdy.)
Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Drunk & Nerdy”
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 in LA Weekly.
On July 1, we started posting these little profiles of people involved in the local comedy scene. Tomorrow, the last day of July, we will publish the 31st profile. Continue reading “And now, a brief word from the management.”
Chris Denman and Travis Terrell host “We Are Live!”, a radio show/podcast based in St. Louis. “We Are Live” has become a major supporter of the local comedy scene, while also providing some incredible interviews with national performers. Their site (listed below) is full of audio and video guaranteed to entertain you. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Chris Denman & Travis Terrell”
You can’t talk about comedy in St. Louis without talking about Bare Knuckle Comedy. The organization is one of the longest running comedy troupes in the city, producing podcasts, sketch shows, stand up shows, and shows that really can’t be easily described. Tonight (Friday July 8, 2016) their anniversary show with Ron Lynch, at Foam Coffee and Beer. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Bare Knuckle Comedy”
Shane Presley is the host of Rock Paper Podcast, where he interviews musicians and comedians in the St. Louis area (as well as some who are just passing through). Shane’s a major supporter of the St. Louis arts scene, and every week publishes a nearly comprehensive list of shows taking place in the area on the Rock Paper Podcast Facebook page. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Shane Presley”
St. Louis is full of comedic talent. Stand up comics, improv comics, podcast hosts, writers, and other performers keep our scene fresh and exciting. Our goal for the rest of this summer is to start highlighting some of that talent by introducing you to the people you’ll see on local stages, the people you can hear on the air or via your internet connection, and the people who run various shows around town. It’ll be a fun series that starts July 1st. Make sure you check it out.