Cult favorite Maria Bamford is increasingly being noticed by the mainstream for her brilliantly funny, brutally personal humor.
Comedian Kathy Griffin sounds off about vomiting into oxygen masks, her post-Bravo prospects, and her love of the Backstreet Boys.
Best Denver shows from 12/21 to 12/27
“Chelsea Handler” writer-actor Fortune Feimster is celebrating two years on the show and headlining Comedy Works South for the second time this year, Nov. 30-Dec. 1.
Several upcoming comedy shows will benefit the Aurora theater shooting victims. Here’s a rundown of the events.
It’s not that Dane Cook’s joke about the Aurora theater shooting was too soon, but that it was painfully lazy.
Louis C.K. skewing Ticketmaster and the truth behind money in stand-up comedy
Career comic Todd Glass has carved a comfortable niche for himself over the years, even as he’s skirting the big time by opening for Louis C.K., Daniel Tosh and others.
Comedian Amy Schumer isn’t your mother’s stand-up — although if your mother has a stand-up, that’s really weird. Why does your mother have a stand-up? Tell her she should share with everyone else.
Denver comedian Josh Blue will premiere his first hour-long Showtime special on April 18, marking a high point for the former “Last Comic Standing” winner.