Aziz Ansari concluded his The Road to Nowhere tour last night - aptly named, given the fact that the final performance took place in the quaint and remote Sullivan Catskills, located almost an hour and a half from New York City. Ansari notices this, poking fun at the less-than lighting, and rec-room feel of the amphitheater, taking … Continue reading aziz ansari is growing, and wants us to grow too
I saw the stars of Impractical Jokers on tour + here's what happened.
My new favorite friendship is that of comedians John Mulaney and Pete Davidson. On January 13, my friends and I had the distinct pleasure of seeing the second installation of the Sundays with John and Pete series at State Theatre in New Brunswick, New Jersey. A hot topic throughout the duration of the show was … Continue reading sundays with pete davidson & john mulaney: a review
These are a few of the things I am passionate about (in no particular order): my family, stand-up comedy, day trips, and seeing others immerse themselves in what makes them happy. Corinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson, together known as comedy duo Sorry About Last Night, weave those things together brilliantly with their 2018 Bridget Bishop Tour. (Not to … Continue reading sorry about last night’s the bridget bishop tour: a review
On Thursday, July 20th, John Mulaney put on his best suit (perhaps this time, coming straight from his Confirmation) and set out to "win his crowd" -- advice he told the audience of Port Chester, NY was prophetic knowledge bestowed unto him by Ray Lewis in 2013. Among other reactions to this enigma including going on … Continue reading “kid gorgeous” by john mulaney: a review
Happy July, folks! Summer is upon us: the sun is shining longer, the birds are singing louder, and I'm trying not to melt into a puddle of sweat... too much? Anyway, apparently International Joke Day is a thing, and it is celebrated each year in the first of July. So, happy holidays to you all! … Continue reading happy international joke day!