Marc Ryan - White Trash Talk with a Shot of Southern Flavor | SkylineComedy Behind The Mic
Marc Ryan is magnetic. Just try to take your eyes or ears off the white-trash-talking Louisiana native when he starts in on himself—lamenting over Facebook arguments he has with his girlfriend (under the same roof)-or his buddy "Steve" about his latest brush with the cops. Whether playing himself or drawing on the dumb luck of his alter-ego, Marc Ryan spins smart, fresh comedy infused with a Southern flavor that leaves his fans thirsting for more. [Read More]
The Bay Area Black Comedy Festival Finalists Announced | The Humor Mill Magazine
One of the most anticipated urban comedy events of the year, The Bay Area Black Comedy Festival announced their finalists this past weekend in Oakland. This selected comedians to move on to the finals on April 17th at the Paramount Theater in Oakland; Henry Coleman, Kirk McHenry, Marcu Combs, Key Louis, Marc Howard, Rion Evans, Nate Jackson, Willie Lynch Jr., and BT Kingsley. [Read More]
Nothing but a laughing matter - Comedy abounds in Tulsa's nightlife | Tulsa World
Comedy in Tulsa fluctuates with the regularity of an amateur open-mic night. Sometimes it's there, and other times crickets set in like the eleventh plague. But what the comedy folks in town — whether they're in improvised comedy teams or in stand-up — know is that they are ready to go regardless of what lies ahead. [Read More]
Coming Soon - The Sarah Silverman Program Soundtrack | Comedy Central Insider
The audiences demanded it, so here it is! The soundtrack to the hit COMEDY CENTRAL series, "The Sarah Silverman Program" is available for the first time on March 2. COMEDY CENTRAL Records releases the Songs of the Sarah Silverman Program "From Our Rears To Your Ears" CD. The album contains 99 tracks with songs from all three seasons including "Cookie Party," "Poop Song," "Humanitarian" and "Baby Penis In Your Mind," as well as excerpts from the show's most memorable scenes in all of their raw, u... [Read More]
Who Will Be America's "Next Big Comic"? | Rooftop Comedy
CMT and Rooftop Comedy have partnered in a national online search for America's NEXT BIG COMIC. The competition launched today at CMT.com, where 12 of the best new voices in comedy will battle it out for fan affection and a chance to perform at the 2010 Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival in June. [Read More]
Interview - "Important Things With Demetri Martin" Star Demetri Martin | TheFutonCritic
The Futon Critic talks to Demetri Martin about strange happenings on his Wikipedia page, filling dead space and whether he spends a lot of time worrying about being politically correct. [Read More]
It's a Funny not Slutty World After All | Funny not Slutty
Producers and women in comedy Ruth Selwyn (Tel Aviv), Jane Postlethwaite (Brighton, UK) and Jacki Schklar (Atlanta) discuss making funny videos and interactive content for a female audience. This article may be reproduced and published in whole with the inclusion of "As published on funnynotslutty.com." [Read More]
Open Call in New York City - March Comedy Madness! | AST
For the fourth year running, March Comedy Madness is taking over Comix Comedy Club. An open call audition will be held on Friday, January 29th at 9am - 2pm to fill 64 spots in a massive four-day competition held at 9:30 every Wednesday night in March. (Except March 3rd. ) [Read More]
Comedy Store - The movie? | Chortle
Tom Hanks' production company is said to be developing a movie based around the early days of the Los Angeles comedy store. Playtone Productions is working on a script based on the recent book I'm Dying Up Here, about the 1978 stand-off between club owner Mitzi Shore and the comedians that played there. [Read More]
Michael Loftus - You've Changed | Skyline Comedy Behind The Mic
A lot has happened since summer, when Michael Loftus last pointed his wagon to Wisconsin and unloaded his unique, laugh-riotous brand of observational comedy on the Skyline Comedy Cafe masses. Like, oh, a little 1-hour special that Comedy Central Presents aired in September. "You've Changed" is 60 minutes spent at the climax of Michael's sarcastically charged rollercoaster ride round the matrimonial landscape.. [Read More]