“His refusal to stop saying things like that on TV fits his image, among his fans, as a comedian who prioritizes the joke above all else — even his career.” says NyTimes reporter, Dan Brooks. Brooks goes on to say “To his thinking, though, he has moved steadily closer to his own ideal of what comedy can or should be.” Norm MacDonald has always been one of a kind. The unapologetic and truthful yet silly humor that Norm has on stage is unrivaled. Come see for yourself at Comedy Works South at the Landmark on April 12th and 13th!
Jon Reep is a unique and hilarious comic. He is also the biggest minority there is, a blue eyed ginger. There are many things that makes this guy special, hence why you should listen to his new special. You can hear it on any streaming service. Keep an eye on Comedy Works’ calendar to see him live!
Despite Nimesh Patel being the first Indian writer on Saturday Night Live, the students at Columbia University think they know comedy better than him. Last year Nimesh was asked to do a show celebrating the asian culture at Columbia University and part way through his set, the organizers took the microphone away from him. Listen to his response on The Joe Rogan Experience! You should definitely get tickets to Nimesh Patel at Comedy Works Downtown in Larimer Square March 31st and April 1st!
The National Comedy Center in Jamestown, NY has officially been recognized as the cultural institution for the art of comedy. Hometown of Lucille Ball, the center has an exhibit dedicated to the hometown hero as well as a comedy festival held every year in her name. We all know comedy has been becoming mainstream in recent years and this just proves what a vital art form Comedy has become in society! Check out their website https://comedycenter.org/!
Nate Bargatze has a new special! Here is a sneak peak but be sure to catch the full hour of The Tennessee Kid which will be premiering on Netflix March 26th. Nate is one of funniest comics on the scene with one of the most unique perspectives. One of our favorites, keep doing what you are doing, Nate!
Scientific American writer Troy Campbell says, “Adam Ruins Everything is a show that imparts wisdom for this strategy of social change and scientific thinking.” Few shows can get this kind of praise, let alone a comedy series.