Brian Malow - Earth's Premier Science Comedian | America's Comedy
Earth’s (self-proclaimed) “Premier Science Comedian,” Brian Malow, is as much an educator and a poet as he is a comedian. And he’s a very fine comedian. He brings to stage and podium alike his childlike curiosity, playfulness and boundless enthusiasm for how things work in this universe. [Read More]
Punchline Magazine founder Dylan Gadino Interview | RooftopComedy
Dylan Gadino founded Punchline Magazine in 2005 because he saw a void; stand-up comedy seemed to have no professional outlet or voice. Music had Rolling Stone and a multitude of other magazines; Movies and Television had Entertainment Weekly (and a multitude of other magazines). But no one had focused on comedy. [Read More]
Inside With: The UCB's Leslie Meisel and Megan Neuringer
Leslie Meisel and Megan Neuringer are no strangers to the New York comedy scene, Leslie performs with UCB Maude Team Thunder Gulch, and Megan performs with the Harold team DeCoster. They have combined forces for the first time for their character spectacular, Love Can Suck a Dick... and So Can I, which is currently playing at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre NY. The Apiary had the chance to sit down with both of them before they take their show to LA at the end of the month. [Read More]
David Cross Interview | The A.V. Club
David Cross spoke with The A.V. Club about the new show, as well as his other current role opposite Arnett, as an eco-warrior on the confusingly maligned Running Wilde (which, like Arrested Development, comes from the mind of Mitch Hurwitz), and the Adult Swim show that almost was, Paid Programming. [Read More]
Eddie Pepitone on Stop Podcasting Yourself #134 - LIVE | Maximum Fun
Comedian Eddie Pepitone joins 'Stop Podcasting Yourself' live from the Vancouver Comedy Festival to talk Tony Danza, CSI, and Smurf movies. [Read More]
Jim Breuer’s Not High (interview) | Third Beat
Jim Breuer is a lot of things. Standup comic. Former Saturday Night Live castmember. As of Tuesday, you can add “author” to the list as his book “I’m Not High: (But I’ve Got a Lot of Crazy Stories about Life as a Goat Boy, a Dad, and a Spiritual Warrior)” hits the shelves. As the title suggests, it’s a mix of backstage tales, slice of life stories stories, and spiritual lessons. Spiritual lessons from Goat Boy? Yes, I’m intrigued too. Breuer spoke with me from L.A. to explain — but not without a... [Read More]
Jon Stewart: The Most Trusted Name In Fake News (Fresh Air interview) | NPR
Jon Stewart sat down with Terry Gross on Sept. 29 in front of a live audience at New York City's 92nd Street Y to discuss his time on The Daily Show, his role in the media, and the upcoming rally — which is being billed as "Woodstock, but with the nudity and drugs replaced by respectful disagreement." [Read More]
Sandra Bernhard on why David Letterman doesn't book her anymore | RooftopComedy
Bryan Safi had the chance to chat with the brilliant and hilarious Sandra Bernhard, who is headlining the Out Loud Comedy Festival in San Francisco Saturday, October 9th at the Castro. They talked about her time on Roseanne, those unforgettable Letterman interviews, the nutty Christine O’Donnell, and why Bryan would absolutely watch her reality show. [Read More]
Bill Burr: Interview on The Sound of Young America | Maximum Fun
Bill Burr is a standup comic. His ferocious style is leavened by the fact that he often trains the ferociousness on himself. His latest special, now on CD and DVD, is Let It Go. He also hosts the Monday Morning Podcast, which is about football and the vicissitudes of the life of Bill Burr. Burr talks with Jesse Thorn about why he makes it difficult for himself on stage, about shouting down crowds and about fighting to be a better person. [Read More]
Comedy Central’s Night of Too Many Stars: Exclusive videos
Comedy Central’s Night of Too Many Stars, the network’s semi-regular benefit for Autism awareness went down on Saturday in New York City at the Beacon Theater. And we were there, on the red blue carpet pestering famous funny people with s... [Read More]