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EARTHQUAKE'S ANNUAL FATHER'S DAY COMEDY SHOW. Comes to NJPAC This June


Join the laughter at NJPAC with Earthquake's annual Father's Day comedy show. A perfect way to celebrate with a night of humor and entertainment.

Netflix Is A Joke Fest 2024 Lineup Announced With Joel Kim Booster, John Mulaney & More


Here are just some of the names included in the Festival. More headliners to be announced in the new year: Ali Wong, Atsuko Okatsuka, Anthony Jeselnik, Bert Kreischer, Beth Stelling, Bill Burr, Brett Goldstein, Cedric the Entertainer, Celeste Barber, Chelsea Handler,   Chris Rock, Craig Robinson, Daniel Tosh, Dane Cook, David Letterman, and more.

Comedian Nate Jackson Brings His SUPER FUNNY WORLD TOUR To The Boch Center Shubert Theatre, May 10, 2024


Standup star Nate Jackson brings his hilarious 'Super Funny World Tour' to the Boch Center Shubert Theatre in Boston on May 10, 2024. Don't miss out on this side-splitting comedy show. Tickets on sale December 1, 2023.

Please Don't Destroy's THE TREASURE OF FOGGY MOUNTAIN to Premiere at the New York Comedy Festival


Headliners for the 2023 New York Comedy Festival include Dave Attell, Bill Burr, Nicole Byer, Jimmy Carr, Margaret Cho, Tim Dillon, Giggly Squad, Ilana Glazer, Brett Goldstein, Nate Jackson, Anthony Jeselnik, Matteo Lane, Sam Morril, Nick Mullen and Adam Friedland, Conan O’Brien, Atsuko Okatsuka, Pod Meets World, and more.

New York Comedy Festival Presents CRAZY WOKE ASIANS At Carolines On Broadway Next Month


CRAZY WOKE ASIANS, the always sold out stand up comedy show featuring the funniest Asian American comedians is coming to Carolines on Broadway!

VIDEO: Sneak Peek - truTV Premieres LAFF MOBB'S LAFF TRACKS Today


Turner's truTV today announced the premiere date for its upcoming series LAFF MOBB'S LAFF TRACKS, set to debut today, January 3 at 11:00PM ET/PT.

ALL DEF COMEDY, From Russell Simmons, Debuts on HBO Today


Russell Simmons returns to HBO for the all-new, six-show stand-up series ALL DEF COMEDY, debuting FRIDAY, DEC. 1(10:00-10:30 p.m. ET/PT), exclusively on HBO, followed by four other editions subsequent Todays at the same time, with the finale debuting Today, Dec. 29 (10:30-11:00 p.m.).

Gary Owen & More Set for New HBO Stand-Up Series ALL DEF COMEDY Today


Russell Simmons returns to HBO for the all-new, six-show stand-up series ALL DEF COMEDY, debuting FRIDAY, DEC. 1 (10:00-10:30 p.m. ET/PT), exclusively on HBO, followed by four other editions subsequent Todays at the same time, with the finale debuting Today, Dec. 29 (10:30-11:00 p.m.).

VIDEO: Sneak Peek - truTV Premieres LAFF MOBB'S LAFF TRACKS 1/3


Turner's truTV today announced the premiere date for its upcoming series LAFF MOBB'S LAFF TRACKS, set to debut on Wednesday, January 3 at 11:00PM ET/PT.

Gary Owen & More Set for New HBO Stand-Up Series ALL DEF COMEDY 12/1


Russell Simmons returns to HBO for the all-new, six-show stand-up series ALL DEF COMEDY, debuting FRIDAY, DEC. 1 (10:00-10:30 p.m. ET/PT), exclusively on HBO, followed by four other editions subsequent Fridays at the same time, with the finale debuting Friday, Dec. 29 (10:30-11:00 p.m.).

ALL DEF COMEDY, From Russell Simmons, Debuts on HBO 12/1


Russell Simmons returns to HBO for the all-new, six-show stand-up series ALL DEF COMEDY, debuting FRIDAY, DEC. 1(10:00-10:30 p.m. ET/PT), exclusively on HBO, followed by four other editions subsequent Fridays at the same time, with the finale debuting Friday, Dec. 29 (10:30-11:00 p.m.).

BWW Review: New Line Theatre's Lovely OUT ON BROADWAY THE THIRD COMING


Originally conceived by artistic director Scott Miller over 20 years ago, OUT ON BROADWAY (THE THIRD COMING), is, as titled, the third incarnation of a revue designed to reinterpret songs from an array of classic and offbeat, but brilliant, musicals ( this time with a new song from Jason Robert Brown, 'Hope'). This production acts to show just how much these works still retain their emotion, even when the players in each are now gay. I can assure you that the meaning remains, and so does the depth of feeling. It's a collection of over 30 pieces that are arranged to weave together a kind of narrative. Some people might find some of the choices obscure, but that actually adds to the charm for me, because then I'm exposed to things that I'll want to seek out afterwards. I'm late with this review, so forgive me, but life intrudes sometimes. But, if you didn't catch it you really missed an exceptional theatrical cabaret of sorts, which was truly wonderful, and which I hope sparks a fourth coming!

Photo Flash: Third Time's the Charm in New Line Theatre's OUT ON BROADWAY: THE THIRD COMING


New Line Theatre, "the bad boy of musical theatre," closes its 26th season of adult, alternative musical theatre with the world premiere of the third installment of New Line's own creation, the new revue OUT ON BROADWAY: THE THIRD COMING, running now through August 19, 2017, at the Marcelle Theater, the new blackbox theatre in Grand Center, St. Louis' arts district. Tickets are on sale now.

Photo Flash: New Line Theatre presents OUT ON BROADWAY


New Line Theatre, "the bad boy of musical theatre," closes its 26th season of adult, alternative musical theatre with the world premiere of the third installment of New Line's own creation, the new revue OUT ON BROADWAY: THE THIRD COMING, running August 3-19, 2017, at the Marcelle Theater, the new blackbox theatre in Grand Center, St. Louis' arts district. Tickets are on sale now.

New Lines's New OUT ON BROADWAY Opens 8/4


New Line Theatre, "the bad boy of musical theatre," closes its 26th season of adult, alternative musical theatre with the world premiere of the third installment of New Line's own creation, the new revue OUT ON BROADWAY: THE THIRD COMING, running August 3-19, 2017, at the Marcelle Theater, the new blackbox theatre in Grand Center, St. Louis' arts district. Tickets are on sale now.

BWW Review: HIR Is A Darkly Funny And Passionately Angry Take On A Family In Crisis


HIR is a socially-constructed, gender-neutral, politically-correct pronoun unofficially used in place of him/her or his/her. It is also an extremely dark and angry comedy by Obie Award winning artist and playwright Taylor Mac that made the New York Time's Top Ten Best Theater of 2015 list, about a housewife dealing with a daughter who is transgender, a son returning home after three years in Afghanistan, and a formerly abusive husband who has experienced a stroke that has rendered him nearly speechless. Think of it as Jules Feiffer on LSD wearing a stunning pair of Louboutins and you're getting closer to the neighborhood this play resides in. HIR makes Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf and Long Day's Journey into Night seem like quaint fifties family dramas.

BWW Review: New Line Theatre's Superb TELL ME ON A SUNDAY


TELL ME ON A SUNDAY has an interesting history, being conceived by Tim Rice as a TV series initially. Frequent collaborator and composer, Andrew Lloyd Webber, later took the project to lyricist Don Black, and a lovely one act musical resulted. Though changes have occurred over the years with how it's been utilized (acting as the first part of the show SONG AND DANCE), and with song choices that have come and gone, this production by New Line Theatre is probably the closest you'll find to its original vision. Sparked by some of Webber's most gorgeous material (it occasionally reminds me of vintage Burt Bacharach at times, and I mean that in the best possible way), and laced with Black's amusing and often biting lyrical content, it radiates perfection under Mike Dowdy-Windsor's direction, and in the process, provides actress Sarah Porter with an excellent vehicle to showcase her exceptional talents.

Photo Flash: Andrew Lloyd Webber's TELL ME ON A SUNDAY at New Line Theatre


New Line Theatre, "the bad boy of musical theatre," closes its 25th anniversary season with Andrew Lloyd Webber's one-woman, one-act rock musical TELL ME ON A SUNDAY, running August 11-27, 2016, in the company's new home, the Marcelle Theater, the new blackbox theatre space in Grand Center, St. Louis' arts district. 

Photo Flash: New Line Theatre's TELL ME ON A SUNDAY


 New Line Theatre, "the bad boy of musical theatre," closes its 25th anniversary season with Andrew Lloyd Webber's one-woman, one-act rock musical TELL ME ON A SUNDAY, running August 11-27, 2016, in the company's new home, the Marcelle Theater, the new blackbox theatre space in Grand Center, St. Louis' arts district. 

BWW Review: FIELD GUIDE is an Excitingly Experimental Evening


FIELD GUIDE, a work-in-progress by Rude Mechs, is currently in a second draft performance at the Off Center. Rude Mechs creates new works collaboratively, and with FIELD GUIDE they are actively engaging their audience to get feed back on what works and what doesn't in order to help shape the piece. FIELD GUIDE, commissioned by the Yale Repertory Theatre, is a mash-up of Dostoyevsky's The Brothers Karamazov, stand-up comedy, dance and some frankly uncomfortable direct audience addressing confessions. How much of the direct confessions are fact or fiction we'll never really know. What we do know is this is an excitingly different evening of pure theatricality… an evening that you, as an audience member, are being asked to help define. Along the way during your 90 minute journey the Mechs cover topics from the longest Russian novel written such as intellectualism, spiritualism, sensuality and hedonism. While it is ostensibly an adaptation of The Brothers Karamazov, it really just uses the characters in the briefest Cliff Notes sense. This approach allows the performers to riff on the underlying themes present. There is even an unaccredited moment by Tom Lehrer when Robert S. Fisher performs 'They're Rioting in Africa'. What you are treated to is highly experimental in nature and at moments what ensues is truly magical.

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