The comedy show that celebrates women and features an all female line-up is back! From stand-up to sketch to improv, these ladies do it all.
Two of the 12 members of “Lady Bits,” Callie Burk-Hartz and Kelsey Van Voorst joined us Wednesday on “Life.Style.Live!” to give a preview of what you can expect at the show. They also says it’s not a “female comedy show,” but a comedy show that is all female performers.
The next “Lady Bits” show is happening on May 20 and 21 at IndyFringe, Not a “female comedy show” but a comedy show that is all female performers.
Don’t miss this energetic comedy show conceived by Callie Burke-Hartz and including other notable Fringe regulars like Tracy Herring, Kelsey VanVoorst, and Meg McLain. It’s produced by emerging theatre group, Betty Rage Productions, which focuses on work that features and elevates the voices of women.
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The Vaudeville vibe is alive and well in Indianapolis! Join Clerical Error Productions for one night only of song, dance, juggling, magic, comedy, feats of skill, and unusual variety acts. Local performers and familiar faces will give this nostalgic genre a modern upgrade. We’ll pack 100 years of fun into one night!
Jamahl Keyes, The Magic Comic, and Kate Duffy, host of the show, joined us Thursday to give a preview of the magic portion of the variety show.
The event is happening on Saturday, April 2, 7:30 pm at the District Theatre main stage. The district theater is located at 627 Massachusetts Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46204. Tickets are $20.
Vaudeville is synonymous with variety. It is a uniquely American theatrical form and shaped the careers of some of our best known and most loved celebrities.
Indianapolis has a rich history of vaudeville, and had several notable vaudeville houses where acts like Harry Houdini and Bob Hope performed.
Indianapolis currently has venues for drama, music, stand up comedy, magic, drag and burlesque, but no niche for performers who work in the vaudeville aesthetic. Organizers of this event are trying to create that market!
Their featured performers are Jason Adams, Matt Anderson, James Benn, Kate Duffy, Jamahl Keyes, Lola LaVacious, Jon Lindley and Minnie Ryder.
Clerical Error Productions, recently incorporated as a not for profit, has a four year history in Indianapolis, most notably in the Indy Fringe Festivals where they are known for our Irish farce and the Father Ned series of comedies.
For more information, visit dydistricttheatre.org.
More than 50 comedians from all over the country, as well as Germany are holding a fundraiser showcase to benefit Gleaners Food Bank, “Tear Down the Walls” Ministries and other charities.
It’s happening this weekend and it was organized by a comic right here at home.
Comedian Blake Champlin joined us today to share what you need to know about this event.
The event will feature comedians doing standup, improv, and having fun conversations about comedy.
The show will run from 10 a.m. to 10 a.m. on March 19.
Watch on livestream via Blake Champlin’s Facebook page or via @blakechamplincomedy on YouTube or Twitch.
Over the past three decades, Kevin Farley has made audiences laugh, cry, and smile – as a comedian, actor, filmmaker and podcaster.
His sense of humor takes him around the world doing standup. His career started at Second City Comedy Club in Chicago, and he’s starred in films like “Black Sheep” and “The Waterboy.”
He’s currently on Netflix lending his voice to “F is For Family.”
You can see Farley live an in-person at the American Legion of Lebanon on Friday, Nov. 5 at 8 p.m. and at New Boswell Tap Room in Richmond, IN on Saturday, Nov, 6 at 8 p.m.
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You know him from his FOX TV series, “Titus,” as well as his outrageous standup comedy as he shares crazy stories about his dysfunctional family and his shocking life experiences.
Christopher Titus is appearing at the Irving Theater this Saturday night at 8pm with his new show “Zero Side Effects”.
For more information visit, attheirving.com.
He’s a comedian, actor and producer known for many movies like “Next Friday”, “Friday After Next”, “The Hangover,” his new Netflix show, “The Upshaws” and his legendary stand-up comedy career, which is what brings him here to his hometown today.
Epps is in Indy promoting the filming of his new Netflix standup comedy special which will take place November 19 & 20 at the Madam Walker Legacy Center in Indy.
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Gutty’s Comedy Club in Greenwood is putting on a “comedy for a cause” this week.
This show is all about raising money for suicide prevention and awareness.
On Thursday, September 30, doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the show begins at 7:30 p.m.
Joining us today were some of the comedians performing in the show.
For more information visit, guttyscomedyclub.com.
He brought the laughs to Indy Style today, and he’s bringing them to Helium Comedy Club tonight! Clint Coley is a comedian, actor, and writer. You may know him from Amazon Prime’s “The World Series of Spades,” and you can stay tuned for his book and next comedy album.
Philly’s own Clint Coley is this era’s new breed of do-it-all comedy star. He who honed his skills in Philadelphia and the New York circuit before moving to Los Angeles. Since 2012, Coley has featured for D.L. Hughley nationally at hundreds of shows, been a featured comedian on AXS’s Gotham Comedy Live, and 3 comedy albums under his belt (2 of which reached number 13 and 4 on the Billboard charts). He is a multi-talent whose comedy albums – I’M AN ADULT, STURGIS and SENSITIVE all charted on Billboard with SENSITIVE reaching number five.
He is creator and host of the popular podcast, “Advice From A F*ck Boy,” where he’s dropping gems for the guys, cheat codes for the ladies and has an upcoming book to be released later this year under the same moniker.
Outside of stand-up, Coley has written, produced, and starred in various short films under his Everybody Eats Productions banner. THE FIRST DATE, THE FIRST TIME, and SCRATCH were each accepted into the International Black Film Festival. SCRATCH and THE FIRST TIME were nominated for Best Short Film, with THE FIRST TIME winning the award.
Clint recently released his latest project in September 2020. He is the creator and producer of THE WORLD SERIES OF SPADES – where Season 1 is currently streaming on Amazon Prime.
To purchase tickets to tonight’s show click here.
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Add city-wise street smarts to southern charm and you get comedian Sonya White who will be at Crackers Comedy Club this weekend.
She stopped by Indy Style this morning to let us know what you can expect from her show and to catch us up on what she’s been doing during the pandemic.
Bio: White’s show has won her multiple appearances on Star Search (CBS), promo spots on Last Comic Standing (NBC), featured role and national tour in Southern Fried Chicks (CMT), nomination for ‘Best Female Performer’ by Campus Activities Magazine, appearance on ‘Girls Behaving Badly’ (Oxygen), on ‘Comedy Spotlight Roadtrip’ (Comcast), and performances at the ‘U.S. Comedy Arts Festival’ (HBO, E!, Comedy Central).
White’s comedy is peppered with spot-on impersonations and sound effects. Her stand up comedy show and her one woman show ‘Airing Dirty Laundry’ are based on real life experiences, interactions with friends & family, and hilarious reflections of the world at large. In addition to those mentioned previously, her TV credits also include a ‘Spring Break’ promo (MTV), late night’s ‘Night Shift’ (Fox), a very colorful character on ‘The Jerry Springer Show’, an appearance on ‘Big Brother Jake” (Family Channel), and voice-work for ’Pick Your Shorts’ (Cartoon Network).
White is a member of the Screen Actor’s Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists. Sonya has also gone international, as a featured comedian with Verizon’s ‘Fun & Games’ app in 60 countries.
You can see White at Cracker’s Comedy Club from September 3rd to the 5th at 8pm.
For tickets go this the Cracker’s website.
For more from White, visit her website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.