The National Comedy Center is hosting a week of panels on “Comedy and the Human Condition” in partnership with the Lucille Ball Comedy Festival
Now more than ever, comedy is getting serious — from the late night circuit’s coverage of our increasingly alarming political climate, to… MORE The National Comedy Center is hosting a week of panels on “Comedy and the Human Condition” in partnership with... [Read More]
The National Comedy Center is hosting a week of panels on “Comedy and the Human Condition” in partnership with the Lucille Ball Comedy Festival
Now more than ever, comedy is getting serious — from the late night circuit’s coverage of our increasingly alarming political climate, to… MORE The National Comedy Center is hosting a week of panels on “Comedy and the Human Condition” in partnership with... [Read More]
2017 Lucille Ball Comedy Festival includes all-star shows, preview of National Comedy Center’s George Carlin Archives
This year’s edition of the Lucille Ball Comedy Festival, traditionally held the week following Montreal’s Just For Laughs in upstate New York, will feature a week of performances and panels, “Comedy and the Human Condition,” which partners the new National Comedy Center ... [Read More]
10 Comedians Who Borrowed Jokes Without Making Headlines
Stan Laurel once said, “All comedians steal from all comedians.” If you waste enough time looking into it, you might be surprised to learn that it’s practically become a tradition over the years: Milton Berle was infamously known as “The Thief of Bad Gags,” Robin Willia... [Read More]
10 Comedians Who Borrowed Jokes Without Making Headlines
Stan Laurel once said, “All comedians steal from all comedians.” If you waste enough time looking into it, you might be surprised to learn that it’s practically become a tradition over the years: Milton Berle was infamously known as “The Thief of Bad Gags,” Robin Willia... [Read More]
10 Comedians Who Borrowed Jokes Without Making Headlines
Stan Laurel once said, “All comedians steal from all comedians.” If you waste enough time looking into it, you might be surprised to learn that it’s practically become a tradition over the years: Milton Berle was infamously known as “The Thief of Bad Gags,” Robin Willia... [Read More]
The Laugh Button Podcast #88: Lisa Lampanelli returns!
This week Lisa Lampanelli returns to the podcast to talk about her new play, Stuffed. Lampanelli also earns the distinction of being the first returning guest to the podcast. In addition to Stuffed talk, Mark and Matt talk about comedy tours and there are a lot of them. Most notably, Robert Kelly&rs... [Read More]
The Laugh Button Podcast #88: Lisa Lampanelli returns!
This week Lisa Lampanelli returns to the podcast to talk about her new play, Stuffed. Lampanelli also earns the distinction of being the first returning guest to the podcast. In addition to Stuffed talk, Mark and Matt talk about comedy tours and there are a lot of them. Most notably, Robert Kelly&rs... [Read More]
Prepare to be “Stuffed,” a new play by Lisa Lampanelli
Lisa Lampanelli would like to ask you this, “A bulimic, a compulsive eater, a confident overweight gal, and a chronically thin chick walk into a play, what happens?” With signature wit and razor-sharp insight, Lisa Lampanelli’s famously irreverent voice comes to the New York stage ... [Read More]
A look at the time comedians were oddly name-dropped in a killer’s manifesto
There is a terrific podcast hosted by three comedians Ben Kissel, Marcus Parks, and Henry Zebrowski called The Last Podcast on The Left. Each week, the hosts break down everything in the horror genre, from true crime, to unsolved mysteries, conspiracy theories, and even the occult. On a recent episo... [Read More]