For those who think Cambridge isn’t geeky enough, put April 28-May 2 on your calendar: You’ll want to be in town for Geek Week 4th Edition, an orgy of all things “geektastic” centered around Central Square and very likely mixing comedy with technologies such as Twitter and Skype.
An open-mic night at The All Asia. A storytelling slam in The Enormous Room. And a Women in Comedy Festival podcast in your ears. It’s all happening.
Cambridge is rich with comedy talent. Here are some comedians who live in the city as well as perform in it, so you can watch them shovel snow or shop for groceries to see if they do it more wittily than the average resident.
The Walsh brothers, whose Great & Secret Show became a years-long highlight of the Cambridge comedy scene, return Wednesday to the East Coast for their annual holiday visit. According to David Walsh, their only scheduled time on stage is Sunday as hosts of the Comedy Studio’s Christmas Party.
The latest episode of reality sitcom “Quiet Desperation” has been posted on youtube.com and quietd.com by Rob Potylo — the musician formerly known as Roadsteamer. And it may be headed for local television.
The Greater Boston Alternative Comedy Sleepover was abruptly ended by the Cantab Lounge, the Central Square bar that hosted the weekly free comedy show in its basement bar, […]
Life and art in the local comedy and music scene are chasing around imitating each other in such a tight, fierce circle that you can expect a tornado to tear through town any day now. Alternate Mondays at the Sleepover comedy show, viewings of “Quiet Desperation” online and the excellent Super Time Pilot album and you can become a bit player in a unique experiment in theater in the round.
There’s a deliciously weird video called “Tuck” available on YouTube by some of the people behind Cambridge’s weekly free comedy show, the Greater Boston Alternative Comedy Sleepover. (The video […]
There was more than one thing in the air Monday at the Cantab Lounge. The first was a fecal stench. The second, fortunately, was the possibility Cambridge has […]
Some of the most excruciating hours of my life have been spent watching open mic comedy nights. Years later, I distinctly recall the horrible trapped feeling: sinking in […]