Talking about your sex life can be hard. Talking about it in front of an audience is harder.
The folks behind the annual DC Shorts Film Festival (returning in September) are putting on two different 90-minute shows this weekend featuring comedic shorts and actual comedians.
Seaton Smith spent the better part of a decade in D.C. learning how to become a comedian.
Here are four things that defined my year in comedy.
Chris Gethard has been doing comedy for 15 years, but he still exists in the underground, with a small, devoted cult of fans.
Andy Kaufman is no longer with us, but his spirit lives on in Neil Hamburger, the alter ego of comedian Gregg Turkington.
For his new show, “Thank God for Jokes,” Birbiglia veers toward stand-up style jokes, but delivers them in his trademark untraditional manner.
Before they hit the road, we spoke with Jacobson and Glazer about preparing for the tour, spending time in D.C. and what's in store for Season 2.
Not only is the comedian, 26, filming his debut hourlong special, “Give ’Em Hell, Kid,” at the comedy institution, he’s also the first comic to shoot a special in the club’s main showroom.
Whether he’s portraying a police officer, a dentist or an angry bird, comedian Hannibal Buress is almost always playing “comedian Hannibal Buress.”