COMEDY GENRES

See What’s Funny: Comedy For A Cure

April 7, 2012

Here is the info on Dustin’s upcoming comedy show fundraiser! FEATURING IMPROV BY: Dog Court – Ricki’s Lake – Funkle Todd – Anorexic Bear U.S. National Improv Team – Karma Haus – Goose Long Island City, NY (April 5, 2012) – We all know that laughter is the best medicine. That’s why The Queen’s Secret […]

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Is Being Friendly More Important Than Being Funny?

April 4, 2012

The short answer to that question is no.  The most important thing in comedy is being funny.  But being good at making comedy friends comes a real close second.  This week we look at the necessary but often difficult and off-putting part of the comedy world that is networking.  How should you do it?  Why […]

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Anchorman 2 looks like it will actually be a thing

March 28, 2012

Thank you baby Jebus.

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Should Comedians Be Pop Culture Experts?

March 28, 2012

Pop culture.  It’s frickin’ everywhere.  It’s like too frinkin’ everywhere.  Who could keep up with it all?  No one.  We have lives and dreams and goals and other people we know.  But mention that you have no idea what happens in the Hunger Games and people look at you like you’ve never heard of bread. […]

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Does Eddie Murphy Still Get Into The Comedy Hall Of Fame?

March 14, 2012

If the Comedy Hall of Fame was a thing* there was a time that Eddie Murphy would be a lock.  I mean, come one.  Trading Places, Beverly Hills Cop, Coming To America, SNL, Raw.  But that all ended in 1994.  Since then he has brought us Norbit, Meet Dave, The Adventures Of Pluto Nash and […]

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The Wonders Of Pilot Season

March 7, 2012

That time is upon us again.  Pilot season.  A period of time filled with wonder, possibilities and like 50 shows that will never see the light of day.  This week we look at some of the potential comedy shows on the horizon and if they should be allowed to go from show zygote to full […]

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Millennials – The Comedy Generation

February 22, 2012

When you hear “The Voice of a Generation”  you think Dylan or Nirvana (depending on how old you are).  But for the younger generation they’ll being saying Seinfeld or Galifianakis.  A Comedy Central report came out recently saying that for the first time the younger generation (okay the younger male generation) is increasingly defining themselves […]

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