If you’ve been paying attention to the St. Louis Independent Comedy scene, you’ve noticed a few comics pulling off the hard task of successfully executing short form stand-up. One liners, puns, zingers, hot takes, and other cute names for material that moves fast and requires you to keep up. One of our favorites is Spencer Tegtmeyer. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Spencer Tegtmeyer”
As we sat and watched the preliminary rounds of Helium Comedy’s “Funniest Person in St. Louis” contest last month, we were amazed by one act that didn’t progress into the semi-final round. Dressed unassumingly in a Cardinals baseball cap and a sensible jacket for a cold summer day, Gene Kitsmiller spent the next five minutes blowing our minds with his observations on modern life. Gene proves that the line between Everyman and Superman, can be a simple pun. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Gene Kitsmiller”
Longhorn has been a comedy fixture around the midwest for awhile now. Whether he’s performing in a club, college, or other venue, he’s consistently funny and has earned his fanbase. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Longhorn”
Tonight, Christopher Titus is on stage for a one-night show at Helium Comedy. We think [INSERT CLEVER TITUS ANDRONICUS PUN HERE]! Right?
To get you ready for that show, and to give St. Louis Comedy fans a chance to learn a little bit about local venues, here’s a little info about the club. Keep an eye out for future venue profiles. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Helium Comedy”
There’s a great comedy scene in Springfield, Missouri and their comics are no strangers to the stages of St. Louis. In a few cases, we’ve managed to steal some of these delightful people. Among them is Matt Barnes. Matt performs regularly on the local showcases at Helium Comedy and at the various indie shows. He’s never played basketball for the Golden State Warriors. Continue reading “St. Louis Comedy Profile: Matt Barnes”