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The new show is billed as family-friendly but not aimed specifically at kids – “appropriate for anyone with a sense of humor” is how club associate producer Mac Gostow puts it.
The Stand-Up Sit Down returns Tuesday as a show where you get to hear jokes from three comedians, then get to hear what’s behind those jokes.
If you’re not prepared for Friday’s start of the gift-giving holiday season, at least you can ease into it satirically with The ImprovBoston Holiday Spectacular.
The Stand Up Sit Down returns with three comedians – and a chance to ask those comedians about their joke-writing and artistic process and material.
GoreFest, ImprovBoston’s 12-year Halloween tradition, brings backs its “Gruesome Tale of Penny Dreadful” for eight shows starting Oct. 23.
True fans of comedy will love Tuesday’s Stand Up Sit Down, where the audience hears comedy, then gets to pick comedians’ brains about their process.
Cambridge remains a seriously great place to take in funny science. The 24th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony is Thursday, and BAHFest returns in October.
Improv, sketch and standup comedy acts come to Central and Harvard squares Wednesday through Sunday for the Boston Comedy Arts Festival.
It’s hurts to contemplate, but maybe leaving is the smartest thing a Boston comedian can do. These incredibly smart comedians did. (But they’re back for a show.)
Comedian Jonathan Katz launches “Hey We’re Back with Jonathan Katz” June 29 with B.J. Novak via satellite, local comic Ken Reid and musical guest Parks.