You may know him for his uncanny impressions of Will Smith, Denzel Washington and President Barack Obama, as seen on Saturday Night Live. Now Jay Pharoah is headlining a New York City venue for the first time.
These five up-and-coming stand-ups are far from dull and taking laughter to a whole new level — whether it’s revamping a live late night talk show, creating improvised podcasts, or dishing out psychic advice.
After several years pulling pranks on a local morning radio show, T.J. Taormina is bringing his talent to Boston to host his own show on CBS Radio Top 40 Station, WODS-FM.
Comedian Bill Bellamy keeps it real, fresh and funny in his latest comedy special, “Bill Bellamy’s Lady’s Night Out Tour” on Showtime.
Lisa Lampenelli, comedy’s lovable Queen of Mean, is performing at the legendary venue on Wednesday. She visited The Couch to fill us in on everything from her career, to her dramatic weight loss — and her thoughts on Lance Armstrong.
His last name is synonymous with laughs – and Damien Dante Wayans, nephew of Shawn and Marlon Wayans, is back on the scene with a new show.
WFAN co-hosts Craig Carton and Boomer Esiason wanted to stand up for their neighbors affected by Superstorm Sandy — so they got together the top names in comedy for a one-night-only event.
Artie Lange, Nick DiPaolo, Michael Che, Sherrod Small, John Pizzi and Colin Quinn are all scheduled to take the stage at Manhattan’s historic Beacon Theatre on Wednesday, Nov. 21, with more names expected to join the lineup.
With “Hee Haw,” Frank Peppiatt and his partner John Aylesworth created one of the most iconic musical variety shows in television history.
Hopefully it won’t be all “yadda yadda yadda” when Jerry Seinfeld brings his shtick back to Thursday nights in New York City.
There’s never a dull moment when Taylor Swift and Ellen DeGeneres get together. Watch what they’ve cooked up for Ellen’s Season 10 promos!
Whether your little one dreams of taking the stage as a Broadway baby, or your teen has visions of comedic fame, these are the coolest summer programs for your aspiring star.
If you want to see stand-up comedy, there’s no better place to come to than New York City. Here are our favorite spots to see both famous comedians and up-and-coming stars, from the popular venues to the little known haunts.
If you’re Tracy Morgan’s PR person, it’s our guess you’re probably looking for new work.
You may remember the comedy troupe called Improv Everywhere. Their latest adventure took them to Brooklyn, and they went in style!