The destruction of government-subsidized healthcare got you down? Not to worry. St. Louis comedy has got you covered with all the laughter you need. Our doctor could be lying, but she says laughter is the best medicine. What’s that on your leg? You should get that checked out!
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 “Laughter: A Great Substitute for Healthcare – St. Louis Comedy Shows 10/16 to 10/22”
There’s a rainy week in store for St. Louis. Stay dry and entertained at any of these fine St. Louis comedy shows. Grab your umbrella and come hang out in a venue with a roof. We don’t know of any venues without one, but we can guarantee all of these shows happen under one and being prepared is half the battle!
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Temperatures are rising, globally on average and not just seasonally, meaning baby squirrels flit across the street dodging your damn cars, chirping birds take their revenge from above, and St. Louis comedy shows are in bloom! You know what they were doing months ago. Our St. Louis comedy shows were getting it on and ’tis the season to see those baby comedy shows birth new jokes into the fresh Spring air!
Of course, most of the St. Louis comedy shows happen indoors at night, so none of that sunny stuff if happening. Unbearable heat is on the way and you can prepare for it by coming to a show in an air-conditioned venue!
Continue reading “Spring Comedy Has Sprung, Hon – St. Louis Comedy Roundup 3/20-3/26”
Come out every Friday to see some of the best improv teams in St. Louis hosted by talented local stand ups. $5.00 at the door gets you in for this full night of comedy as well as your first drink!
InnerGy is the host and creator of Word Up, a weekly open mic that features a comedy competition at Legacy Books. The open mic is a great time for audience and participants, as it adds a mix of other performance styles to the evening. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: InnerGy”
We were delighted to see that Thomas Crone has a Q&A in St. Louis Magazine with some of our favorite local comics. Follow the link and peer into the minds of Rima Parikh, Angela Smith, and Carolyn Agnew. It’s a fun read.
Also, starting tomorrow, we’re going to begin posting new profiles of local comics twice a week (Wednesday and Friday) until we run out again. The last time we did these, we were constantly amazed by the reach each post had. Hopefully you’ll all enjoy this next batch just as much. And to show how much of a circle life is, Rima and Angela are both in the next round of profiles.
Duke Taylor has opened for some big names. He can be seen regularly at the Westport Funny Bone. You probably don’t want him cooking your dinner tonight. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Duke Taylor”
Rafe Williams is active in the local improv scene. He’s active in the stand up scene, where he just won Helium’s Funniest Person in St. Louis Contest. You can see him on STL Up Late, where he’s a writer and actor. He’s a busy guy. He has to sleep some time though. So, we just hid in his bedroom with our questionnaire and waited for the right moment to pin him down and get some answers.
No one else has given such a beautiful answer to the “Best/Worst On-Stage Moment” question.
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Hosted and produced monthly by Chris Cyr, Impolite Company bills itself as “Stand Up Comedy For Adult Persons.” The show is presented at The Crack Fox, a goth/industrial/punk/fetish club, and has featured local and visiting comics. (Full disclosure: The Host is The Editor of this site).
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Jamie Fritz is a newcomer to the St. Louis comedy scene, but she’s already scored a pretty sweet gig as the regular Saturday night host at Hey Guys Comedy in Fairview Heights, Illinois. Why not catch a show this weekend?
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