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The comedian-turned-classic rock shredder chats about music, groupie deficits, and the life of an occasional rockstar.
If laughter is anarchy no comedian was more radical than Richard Pryor, a kid who grew up in a Peoria whorehouse to become the funniest—and most trenchant—observer of race in America.
The city is alive with humor. Here’s where to get the last laugh
Standup comedian Kate Berlant, on tour with Father John Misty, brings her idiosyncratic brand of experimental comedy to audiences around the country.
Organized by Tenacious D bandmates Jack Black and Kyle Gass, Saturday’s Festival Supreme will turn the Santa Monica Pier into a multi-venue campus dedicated to joke-throwers of all stripes and sizes.
The comedian best known for his Soviet shtick returns to L.A. with a surprisingly smart show about romance and relationships. And he's still funny!
In case you weren't at Largo that fateful night last August, you have one more chance to hear Tig Notaro's epic set.
No Pryor Restraint: Life in Concert, a massive CD/DVD collection is like a visual and aural biopic where you see a man's private life develop in his creative work.
Mr. Show. Zach Galifianakis. Sarah Silverman. The Mighty Boosh. Tig Notaro. Fred Armisen. Will Forte. They're all coming to Festival Supreme.
With her unsung skills as a comedienne tethered to her vulnerability Marilyn Monroe steals every scene she's in.