Meet Mindy Tucker, the Eyes of New York Comedy
Photographer Mindy Tucker has been shooting comedians for nearly a decade. In that time, Tucker has captured a massive photographic record of performers, shows, and parties in venues all over New York. Her “Year in Comedy” series features people from across the spectrum of experience, ra... [Read More]
UCB theaters in Los Angeles and New York City hosting fundraising comedy events for Callisto, Sexual Assault Awareness Month
The Upright Citizens Brigade theaters in Los Angeles and New York City will host two special comedy fundraisers next week to support Sexual Assault Awareness Month, with proceeds benefiting Callisto, a nonprofit creating technology that empowers survivors of sexual assault to make the reporting... [Read More]
Crapshoot Comedy Festival released full schedule including 2 ACLU benefits with Tig Notaro
Today, Crapshoot Comedy Festival announced its full lineup of performers. It’s a robust list of stand-up comedy taking place right… MORE Crapshoot Comedy Festival released full schedule including 2 ACLU benefits with Tig Notaro appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Crapshoot Comedy Festival released full schedule including 2 ACLU benefits with Tig Notaro
Today, Crapshoot Comedy Festival announced its full lineup of performers. It’s a robust list of stand-up comedy taking place right… MORE Crapshoot Comedy Festival released full schedule including 2 ACLU benefits with Tig Notaro appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Sammy J: the Phantom may be a dud superhero – but he changed my life
A chance encounter set off a chain of events that led to me meeting my wife and ended with police searching my atticI should have picked Batman. Or Superman. Or the X-Men.Pretty much any other superhero would have been cooler than the Phantom. In fact, I’m not even sure that “superhero&r... [Read More]
Review: Punching Henry
After Henry Phillips released his semi-autobiographical movie, Punching the Clown, in 2010, Showtime expressed interest in developing a companion series. That series never came to fruition. But the awkwardness of that failure inspired Phillips and Gregori Viens to co-write and direct a sequel. Origi... [Read More]
Review: Punching Henry
After Henry Phillips released his semi-autobiographical movie, Punching the Clown, in 2010, Showtime expressed interest in developing a companion series. That series never came to fruition. But the awkwardness of that failure inspired Phillips and Gregori Viens to co-write and direct a sequel. Origi... [Read More]