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.
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).
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?
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.
At the dawn of time, when the Earth was nothing but fire and lava, one open mic stood against the threat of a world without laughter. Stand up comic, Sam Rootbeer, hosted the Danno’s Open Mic. The mic served as a training ground for many comics looking to spar with all of the distractions an audience could have.
Andy Sloey is an improv comic and director at The Improv Shop. At their space in St. Louis’s Central West End, The Improv Shop hosts multiple shows every week, including their weekly Harold, a long form improv event every Thursday.