@VidalWuu on Finding Compassion in Shutting Up
Vidal Wu is a “writer” from Toronto who has appeared in Teen Vogue, Refinery29, Vocativ and most recently, as part of Web Safe 2k16. Follow him on Twitter. This week he spoke to me about three of his favorite tweets, plus the floor, keeping your grief close, and a tender, unpretentious s... [Read More]
Review: New Faces Characters showcase at Montreal’s Just For Laughs 2016
The New Faces Characters showcase, which is even billed in some of the Just For Laughs literature as an SNL audition of sorts: "Quickly! Before they're 'Live From New York..." the official program boasts, doesn't have a host. Instead, JFL booker/programmer Nick Brazao greeted the audience and explai... [Read More]
Review: New Faces Characters showcase at Montreal’s Just For Laughs 2016
The New Faces Characters showcase, which is even billed in some of the Just For Laughs literature as an SNL audition of sorts: "Quickly! Before they're 'Live From New York..." the official program boasts, doesn't have a host. Instead, JFL booker/programmer Nick Brazao greeted the audience and explai... [Read More]
Review: New Faces Characters showcase at Montreal’s Just For Laughs 2016
The New Faces Characters showcase, which is even billed in some of the Just For Laughs literature as an SNL audition of sorts: "Quickly! Before they're 'Live From New York..." the official program boasts, doesn't have a host. Instead, JFL booker/programmer Nick Brazao greeted the audience and explai... [Read More]
Ben Falcone on Being Partners in Comedy and Life with Melissa McCarthy
Before Ben Falcone became the writer/director/producer/actor/father/husband to Melissa McCarthy that he is today, he worked as a waiter at California Pizza Kitchen for seven years and performed with a comedy troupe at The Groundlings. Whether it was his abrupt firing from CPK or an inborn strength o... [Read More]
When Shortlist tried to censor Stewart Lee
Magazine didn't want to upset advertisers... or Jack Whitehall [Read More]
When Shortlist tried to censor Stewart Lee
Magazine didn't want to upset advertisers... or Jack Whitehall [Read More]