‘Lil’ Alex Jones’: Exactly What It Sounds Like
Cafe’s new series Lil’ Alex Jones features a very young man doing his best Alex Jones impersonation. That’s essentially it. No, sorry, that’s precisely it. Sure, the injustices he’s wailing over are kid-ified but otherwise, everything ... [Read More]
Ana Gasteyer performs “Trump Kind of Christmas” on Late Night with Seth Meyers
Sporting the same "Nasty Woman" black T-shirt as Samantha Bee on Monday's Full Frontal, Ana Gasteyer appeared on Monday's Late Night with Seth Meyers under the pretense of putting on a Christmas musical special with Donald Trump. Because, sure, why not, all things are possible in 2016. So here is An... [Read More]
Watch the first trailer for Woody Allen’s “Crisis in Six Scenes”
Crisis in Six Scenes is a is a comedy that takes place in the 1960’s during turbulent times in the United States and a middle class suburban family is visited by a guest who turns their household completely upside down. Woody Allen is not one to sit on his hands. With multiple productions alwa... [Read More]
Watch the first trailer for Woody Allen’s “Crisis in Six Scenes”
Crisis in Six Scenes is a is a comedy that takes place in the 1960’s during turbulent times in the United States and a middle class suburban family is visited by a guest who turns their household completely upside down. Woody Allen is not one to sit on his hands. With multiple productions alwa... [Read More]
The Comedy Stop in Atlantic City closes its doors after 31 years
The longest running show in Atlantic City closed it’s doors this past Sunday night. Bob Kephart, the Owner and Producer of The Comedy Stop Cafe and Cabaret, cited numerous financial pressures that were just too difficult to overcome. “It basically started with the 2008 country-wide reces... [Read More]
Announcing The Funniest Mouth of the South Stand-up Comedy Contest in Chattanooga, TN
The Vaudeville Cafe is announcing a new Stand up Comedy Contest for $1,000 cash prize and bookings with Funny Business comedy agency. [Read More]
Megan Angelo wins AFE's 'America's Newest Comedy Writer' prize
The ANA Alliance for Family Entertainment (AFE)'s first annual writing contest winner is Megan Angelo, a journalist and aspiring screenwriter, took home the winning prize of $5,000 plus the opportunity to be mentored by TV icon John Wells for her script, O’Connell for Congress. [Read More]
Geoff Tate: An Obvious American | Skyline Comedy Q&A
"...My favorite places to go are places like Appleton, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Those places, they really seem to like comedy and appreciate it. One of the best crowds ever was when I went to Sioux Falls, South Dakota (laughs). You wouldn’t assume that just when you think of where the best places are, but people liked comedy and appreciated the fact that you came to their town. There’s something about that part of the country, where everyone seems to be a little smarter than everywhere else. I t... [Read More]
Auggie Smith: Comedy Uncensored | SkylineComedy Q&A
"...Well, the whole point of it is, comedy is extremely personal … If you had a parent who died in a drunk driving accident, you’re not going to think jokes about drunk driving are very funny. But the rest of the crowd may. The whole thing about it is, as a comic you can say anything you want as long as it’s interesting and entertaining, and knowing you’re going to be upsetting some people if you’re talking about any topics that matter at all..." (Click headline to read the full interview.) [Read More]
Ryan Stout: Guilty Pleasures | SkylineComedy Q&A
People always want to know, “Why do you have to talk about those bad things?” And I never understand that question. Why NOT talk about those things? Especially, if no one else is? And by the way, I’m not performing at elementary schools or town hall meetings. I’m performing in dark night clubs for adult-only crowds who are drinking booze. I should be allowed to talk about ANYTHING in that environment. If people want jokes about “how dogs are so cute,” they can stay home and watch the Disne... [Read More]