Skits, sketches, stand-up and laughs in Chicago.
Formerly ‘cutthroat’ castmates now perform together in ‘a gentler, kinder way,’ says group member Michael Ian Black.
Rob Reiner, his longtime friend, draws out great stories in ‘Defending My Life.’
Talented actors at e.t.c. Theater seem very much in control of their wacky premises
She’ll host ‘After Midnight,’ based on Comedy Central’s old comedy game show ‘@midnight.’
‘Gutfeld!’ favorite, coming to Chicago for the 312 Comedy Festival, says his stand-up material ‘prioritizes laughs over politics.’
The long-running sketch comedy show will premiere Season 49 on Oct. 14, NBC announced Wednesday.
The Sunday Times, The Times of London and Channel 4’s “Dispatches” said that one woman alleged she had been raped, while three others accused him of sexual assault.
Back in Chicago, veteran funnyman will stop by Zanies to remind stand-ups they’re in ‘the greatest profession on the planet.’
In ‘The Perfect Amount of Wrong,’ Mike Bridenstine looks back at the rise of peers including Kumail Nanjiani, Pete Holmes and Hannibal Buress at humble open mikes in the late ’90s and early ’00s.
The comedian, who stands out from the pack by spewing words the former POTUS would never really say, also praises Chicago’s particular appreciation for comedy.
During filming of ‘The Crusades,’ Everage said he gained about 15 pounds after eating Portillo’s and Giordano’s most days
“I never knew that I could be funny until I joined Second City,” he once said. His many movies included “Catch-22,” “The In-Laws” and “The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming”
‘The Blackening’: How a Chicago comedian’s takedown of horror cliches grew into high-profile Hollywood movie
Second City alum (and critic) Dewayne Perkins co-writes and co-stars in comedy film about why the Black characters always die first.
Chicago-born actor voiced Jimmy Pesto on “Bob’s Burgers.”
The pieces speak for themselves, and the group performs best when they adopt a pithy approach.
‘Late Show’ host comes to the aid of old friends in Lookingglass Theatre Company.
Here’s our guide to comedy performances in the coming months.
Suspected Mexican cartel leader facing drug charges in Chicago sees Treasury Department freeze his assets