Raunchy in a way that will surely not make her for everybody, Nicole Byer defiantly shows a different brand of being a dirty comic.
Browsing: Live Performance
In her one-woman show, Kristina Wong reminds you why theater, beyond musicals and Broadway, are a New York City staple.
Michelle Wolf stops in New Jersey to work on new material and use the material that would have popped more in 2020.
Tina — The Tina Turner Musical has all the moves to honor the legend but lacks the soul to do justice to her singing and story.
“In Search of the Sanderson Sisters” is truly a labor of love with moments that remind you why Bette Midler is often associated with being camp.
“Welcome To Buteaupia” will remind you of when comedians got hour-long specials because it was time, and they deserved it, rather than a network just needing content.
At times, “Hot For My Name” may make you wish Esther Povitsky didn’t say no to MTV about a reality series, for her parents damn near steal what should be her moment.
“Eric Andre: Legalize Everything” is pure and utter shock value that, if your tolerance is high, your laughs might be low.
“8:46,” is Chappelle at his best – a storyteller, in the form of a wise-man, who makes you laugh enough to pay attention as he drops the knowledge you need.
In “Momma, I Made It!” Yvonne Orji makes it clear “Insecure” didn’t make her who she is, all it did was put you on to someone already hilarious.