Max Silvestri Settles into LA and His Lifelong Calling of Mocking Chefs
Max Silvestri hosted one of Brooklyn’s most popular comedy shows, Big Terrific, for nearly seven years alongside fellow comedians Gabe Liedman and Jenny Slate. In that time he grew as a part of a budding scene of Brooklyn comedians who have now all but abandoned their Brooklyn apartments for h... [Read More]
Max Silvestri Settles into LA and His Lifelong Calling of Mocking Chefs
Max Silvestri hosted one of Brooklyn’s most popular comedy shows, Big Terrific, for nearly seven years alongside fellow comedians Gabe Liedman and Jenny Slate. In that time he grew as a part of a budding scene of Brooklyn comedians who have now all but abandoned their Brooklyn apartments for h... [Read More]
Max Silvestri Settles into LA and His Lifelong Calling of Mocking Chefs
Max Silvestri hosted one of Brooklyn’s most popular comedy shows, Big Terrific, for nearly seven years alongside fellow comedians Gabe Liedman and Jenny Slate. In that time he grew as a part of a budding scene of Brooklyn comedians who have now all but abandoned their Brooklyn apartments for h... [Read More]
Max Silvestri Settles into LA and His Lifelong Calling of Mocking Chefs
Max Silvestri hosted one of Brooklyn’s most popular comedy shows, Big Terrific, for nearly seven years alongside fellow comedians Gabe Liedman and Jenny Slate. In that time he grew as a part of a budding scene of Brooklyn comedians who have now all but abandoned their Brooklyn apartments for h... [Read More]
Do You Have to Move to New York or LA to Make It in Comedy?
As a former comedy agent at UTA and WME, Priyanka represented numerous big-name writers and performers before leaving to start a TV production company with Jack Black. Now she writes and produces on her own, but she still encounters a tidal wave of comedy hopefuls looking for the advice, information... [Read More]
Do You Have to Move to New York or LA to Make It in Comedy?
As a former comedy agent at UTA and WME, Priyanka represented numerous big-name writers and performers before leaving to start a TV production company with Jack Black. Now she writes and produces on her own, but she still encounters a tidal wave of comedy hopefuls looking for the advice, information... [Read More]
The Irrepressible Positivity of Katina Corrao
When listening to Katina Corrao’s recent debut album, Hot Date, adjectives like bubbly and cheerful come to mind, despite the fact that her material focuses heavily on self-deprecation and her perceived flaws. But it’s her ability to power through said flaws that makes up her onstage per... [Read More]
Highlights From the ‘Oh Hello’ Press Conference
George St. Geegland and Gil Faizon, two aging writer/performers, best known for their work on Comedy Central’s prank-show-within-a-sketch-show Too Much Tuna, made their off-Broadway debut on December 1st at the Cherry Lane Theater. I have not seen the play, nor am I totally clear the name of i... [Read More]
Inside New York’s Musical Comedy Boom
Musical comedy has been a popular comedic force for ages. The iconic “Weird Al” Yankovic debuted his self-titled album in 1983. And The Lonely Island — the brainchild of Akiva Schaffer, Andy Samberg, and Jorma Taccone — reinvented the wheel in the early 2000s. Yet, over the p... [Read More]
Dormtainment Sells Out New York City’s Gramercy Theater
Since the emergence of online comedic talent, debates have been ongoing wether that a mass amount followers can translate into crowds in seats. On Thursday Nov. 12, Dormtainment delivered and answered the question at hand following their show at New York City’s Gramercy Theater. For a crowd o... [Read More]