Larry Fulford’s final set at the Cape Fear Comedy Festival a couple weeks ago was funny in part because members of the audience left the room. Just before Fulford took the stage at Wilmington, North Carolina’s Soapbox Lounge on the final night of the CFCF, it was announced that the main show, featuring festival headliner [...]
If you get a chance to see Neil Hamburger perform, do it.
Last week, the Cape Fear Comedy Festival in Wilmington, N.C., featured 64 comics and almost every one of them was new to me.
On this overcast morning in Wilmington, N.C., I’m reflecting on my first Cape Fear Comedy Festival experience and I can’t wipe the smile off my face.
In addition to performing most nights at clubs in and around New York City, Nore Davis has worked on “Boardwalk Empire” and appears on the highly-anticipated debut of “Inside Amy Schumer” tonight on Comedy Central.
Luckily, in this week’s edition of Inside Jokes comedian Dan Cummins handled my error the way one would expect a funny person to — he made it funny.
Myq Kaplan discusses getting bumped from a recent appearance on Craig Ferguson’s show, the moon, werewolves, witches and weed dealers.
Listing Karen Kilgariff’s work on “Mr. Show” or touting her credits as the former head writer for “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” is one way to describe her comedy bona fides.
Fortune Feimster is a touring stand-up and regular writer and performer on “Chelsea Lately.”
Nate Bargatze has his own Comedy Central Presents special, won both the New York and Boston comedy festivals in 2010 and has performed overseas for the troops numerous times.
In addition to his work as a touring stand-up, Jimmy Pardo warms up the crowd for Conan and hosts the appropriately titled and award-winning “Never Not Funny” podcast.
Comic Mark Normand is a New Orleans native who now lives in New York City and if you’re wondering which city he thinks is a better drinking town, he has an opinion.
Comic Tom Cotter discusses having to still play clubs while competing on “America’s Got Talent,” his rapid-fire style of joke-telling and roasting the AGT judges with comic legend Joan Rivers.
Kashian is a stand-up veteran who has performed from Montreal to Melbourne, released CDs “Circus People” and the brilliantly-titled “It Is Never Going To Be Bread” and hosts The Dork Forest podcast.