•  By Michelle Wheeler November 14, 2017 Comedy fans will recognize Natasha Leggero not only from her 2011 stand-up album Coke Money and 2015 Comedy Central special Live at Bimbo’s, but also her frequent television appearances on shows such as Are You There, Chelsea?, @midnight, DICE,...

  •  By Michael Venutolo-Mantovani October 26, 2017 Jim Gaffigan is as affable a superstar as they come. During the initial moments of our interview as he thanked this no-name writer for taking the time to interview him, the good-natured charm and easy going spirit that he’s...

  • By Bryan Archilla  July 7, 2016 Vir Das is one of the most recognizable names in India’s entertainment industry. He made his debut into the Bollywood industry in 2006 with the film Badmash Compa and since then has been in over ten films. Most people...

  • By Alison Tracy February 25, 2016 David Cross is easily one of the biggest names in comedy today, but it didn’t come without years of work on the road and stealing the show in smaller roles on-screen. If you ask most people about Arrested Development,...

  • By Alison Tracy  February 16, 2016 Let’s talk about what you don’t know about Carlos Mencia. Carlos Mencia is a Honduran immigrant who’s been a comedian for over 25 years. He’s been grinding away in comedy clubs longer than some millennials have been alive. His...

  • By Stephanie Harris February 11, 2016 Hopefully when you bought your tickets to The Book of Mormon, appearing at the Belk Theater later this month, you weren’t purchasing in hopes of seeing a panel of renowned leaders from the Latter Day Saints discuss religion. If...

  • By Alison Tracy December 30, 2015 Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson started their comedic pairing in the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre in NYC. With Amy Poehler’s support, they took Broad City to network television featuring...

  • By Alison Tracy December 28, 2015 Eugene Mirman Eugene Mirman’s latest offering I’m Sorry (You’re Welcome), a 540 track comedy album, is a great snapshot of his oddball style of comedy: a combination of mundane stories made hilarious by his eccentric viewpoint, angry letters to strangers...

  • By Stephanie Harris September 15, 2015 Fresh off of his flight to Tucson the night before his first U.S. stage performance of One Man Breaking Bad, Los Angeles actor Miles Allen’s animated personality shines through every word. He doesn’t end all of his sentences with...

  • By Zach Claywell August 2, 2015 If you only know Steve Byrne as the titular bartender from the TBS show “Sullivan and Son,” then you don’t know jack! I talked to Byrne before he performed Friday night to a wild, sold-out crowd at The Comedy...