Stewart Huff and Tom Simmons want to challenges what audiences expect from southern comedy.
The Individualized Major Program at Indiana University will soon lead to a first for the school—a degree in stand-up comedy.
Thanks to the regular paychecks from "Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell," writer and comedian Aparna Nancherla is now able to dedicate herself to stand-up.
Jared Thompson of The Comedy Attic says there's no doubt that audiences are the main reason top comics want to perform at his club.
Cristela Alonzo will be making her Bloomington debut at the Limestone Comedy Festival just weeks after her TV show was picked up by ABC.
While many comedians gets laughs by talking about sex or alcohol, Stewart Huff turns a classical music history lesson into a hilarious part of his stand-up act.
She's gay and she likes sports, "Because sometimes stereotypes are true." Comic Erin Foley brings her tom boy humor to Bloomington's Comedy Attic.
Comedienne Sandra Bernhard talks about how she got her start, why she embraces her role as a provocateur and why being a woman has only helped her career.
On this week's episode we're inviting CMCL professor Susan Seizer to talk about her new film Road Comics: Big Work On Small Stages.