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Open Your Mind With Comedian Stewart Huff

Comedian Stewart Huff addresses the history of close-mindedness in his new comedy special.

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Stewart Huff is a comedian based in Athens, Georgia

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Stewart Huff Live Album Recording

Stewart Huff's latest comedy special about exploring the history of close-mindedness, is being recording at the Comedy Attic in Bloomington this weekend.


Comedy Attic

January 19-21, 2017

$10-15

Stewart Huff's Website

Comedy Attic Website

Stewart Huff is what you might call a philosophical comedian. His musings on the way humans have interacted and disagreed with one another throughout history is as much an ethics lecture as it is stand-up comedy. Huff’s latest comedy act tries to examine what exactly makes a person have a closed mind. And in answering this question, he’s found himself wading into the waters of political comedy… and often being at odds with members of his audience.

Before his live album recording this weekend at Bloomington’s Comedy Attic, Huff talked with WFIU’s Mark Chilla about growing up in the south, and ruffling some feathers along the way.

Mark Chilla

Mark Chilla, originally from Atlanta, GA, is the Production Director at WFIU, where he also hosts Ether Game and Afterglow. He studied music theory at Indiana University and taught various music theory courses at IU and Butler University. He enjoys film, woodworking, learning new instruments and the Beatles.

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