Bob Marley, Late Night King!

Bob Marley has been doing comedy for so long that he has appeared  on almost all the of the shows on the late night circuit. From Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, The  Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Come see Bob Marley live at Comedy Works South at the Landmark on September 13th through 15th.

Joel Kim Booster 2.0

I am less interested in solving problems with my comedy now.

Comedian Joel Kim Booster, a 30 year old Chicago native, has begun a metamorphosis in his career. Identifying as a gay, Korean-American man and growing up with Evangelical foster parents,  Booster used to rely on his comedy as a form of therapy. His act largely focused on his sexuality and being oppressed as a minority within a minority.

Booster has recognized a shift in the comedic environment. He no longer feels the need to work out his traumas on stage. Booster admits he fell into sync with horrendous Asian stereotypes and worked them out on stage. He recalls seeing things like “No Asians” on dating apps that would teach him to feel like he was less desirable and accept dates he normally would not have. Now that Booster has been able to take a step back and realize he was feeding into the BS, he’s decided to find a new voice in his comedy.

I’m in an interesting new phase of figuring out what my voice is and trying not to rely on identity stuff.

Booster’s material is taking a rather different approach to modern society. He’s decided to avoid reality all together, not because he doesn’t see reality’s importance, but because of the pressure to or not to make jokes about the Trump Administration, Fake News, and pressing social issues. Booster’s new act will entail a “divorced from reality scenario with gay men owning the sky and straight people owning the land,” he told The Huffington Post.

My thoughts about racism are so serious, and I don’t go to a funny place anymore when I read the news. 

Catch Joel Kim Booster at Comedy Works Downtown September 13th through 15th.

What is Your Best Impression? Whitney and Bert show us how it is done!

Whitney Cummings was recently on Bertcast with Bert Kreischer and played a fun game… Do a comics set but only using sounds, no words. They mimic a lot of comics but it is out of love and respect.

Watch the video below to see how the pros do it. Share with us your best impressions. Then go get you tickets for Whitney Cummings at Comedy Works South at the Landmark on September 21st and 22nd at comedyworks.com!

Brad Upton

With his millennial video going viral with over 50 millions view, Brad Upton gives old school advice to the new generation. Having been a school teacher and then pursuing his passion of comedy, Brad’s insight is funny and to the point without an air of arrogance that makes it entertaining across generations.

Come see Brad Upton performing at Comedy Works South at the Landmark on Sept. 4th & 5th or Comedy Works Downtown in Larimer Square Sept. 6th. Tickets & Showtimes

Learn more about Upton in his recent interview with The Celebrity Cafe, Brad Upton, top comedian dishes on life, work and recent success [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]

Love Advice From Nick Thune

Hailing from Seattle, comedian Nick Thune’s absurdist view and deadpan wit have distinguished his unique style of storytelling mixed with one-liners.

Mainly known for his standup comedy, Thune spoons out some relationship advice from the stoup of an apartment building:

Key Lessons from Thune:

1.) Do’s and Don’ts when going to the movies for a date: Dont’ wear pants. They’re hard to get off in the theater.

2.) Smell is very important. Don’t smell clean. B.O. is sexy.

3.) Girls love bragging. Keep bragging until they’re so annoyed that the annoyance turns into love.

Seen on The Tonight Show ten times, CONAN two and Late Night once, Nick Thune will be at Comedy Works South at the Landmark August 2-4! Get your tickets here!

 

The Many Faces of Moffat

New York based comedian, actor, writer and comedian Alex Moffat will be at Comedy Works Downtown August 2-4! 

You probably recognize Moffat from the most recent season of Saturday Night Live.  Before becoming a cast member, he was regularly featured on the show as roles like

Moffat has been named the most versatile male actor on the show by Decider.com. With his roles ranging from Guy Who Just Bought A Boat back in 2017 to Eric Trump, Moffat has only begun to prove his excellence in comedy.

Guy Who Bought A Boat gives dating advice:

Eric Trump, Son of President Donald Trump:

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO:

Al Franken, former Minnesota Senator:

Anderson Cooper, CNN news anchor:

 

Don’t miss this wild card in Denver August 2-4!!