The Upright Citizens Brigade’s Tracy Soren and Jessie Jolles, who make up the New York City-based sketch duo Soren & Jolles, are done with your dumb obsession with pumpkins, lovers of Fall. That stupid fruit? vegetable? thinks it has a lock on autumn but, hey, what about apples? They’re delicious. For more of Soren & Jolles‘s comedy goodness, check out their YouTube Channel.
[Originally posted on October 17, 2014, we’re re-running this to honor the release of Sue Smith’s comedy EP, Slutty Pretzel, which you can pre-order now before its May 5th release.] Every Friday, The Experiment Comedy showcases a comedian you should be following on Twitter. In this week’s edition of ‘Why Aren’t You Following?’, we proudly present to you the Tweets of New York City-based Sue Smith! Sue Smith is a comedic actor, writer, and standup who has appeared on countlessRead More →
Originally posted on March 9th, 2014. If you’re in New York City on Friday, March 6th, you can catch Justin James Lang at The Weekend Drop at Brit Pack (153 Lafayette Street, 3rd Floor, NY, NY 10013) at 7pm. Tickets are only $5. Every Friday, The Experiment Comedy proudly presents the Tweets of a comedian that you should be following on Twitter. This week, it’s New York City comedian and actor, Justin James Lang! If you’ve ever been to TheRead More →
Every Friday, The Experiment Comedy showcases comedians you should be following on Twitter. In this week’s edition of ‘Why Aren’t You Following?’ we proudly present to you the Tweets of New York City-based comedian Brandon Scott Wolf! Originally hailing from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Brandon Scott Wolf is a contributing writer to comedic institutions such as Saturday Night Live‘s Weekend Update, Funny or Die, UCB Comedy, and College Humor, where he penned gems like The 8 Types of People You’ll Kiss, asRead More →
350 Comedy and The Experiment Comedy bring you a brand new web series involving drag, money, dogs, cars and dumb rich people: Dom & Tamantha Dom & Tamantha are that couple you love to hate. He’s a fratty finance man. She’s a socialite slash event planner. They both smell like money and too much Armani — are played by opposite gender actors (Eliza Kingsbury and Travis Greisler). Dom & Tamantha also explores themes like gender stereotypes, capitalism, and misogyny —Read More →
The Upright Citizens Brigade has confirmed the opening of its fourth venue, The UCB Theatre Sunset, which will also be the first official improv and sketch training center for the comedy collective in Los Angeles. Located at 5419 W. Sunset Blvd., the new space is only a short hop away from it’s first Los Angeles venue over at Franklin Avenue. The 85-seat UCB Sunset will also include a cafe. Check out the official press release: “The highly anticipated new TrainingRead More →
Every episode of Sue Smith‘s Tits & Giggles podcast features an up and coming female comedian the world should be seeing a whole lot of in the near future. But the show isn’t just made for women in comedy — it’s for their supportive male friends too! (A NOTE to smartphone users: click on the episode title to listen if the SoundCloud icon doesn’t appear on your device.) ——————– EPISODE 27: JO FIRESTONE Jo Firestone (UCB Theatre NY) talks about whyRead More →
Our Manic Music Monday profiles to promote the NY Funny Songs Fest were so popular, and one of our favorite things to do during that week, that we’ve chosen to continue churning them out. This week, we’d like to introduce you to the comedy music stylings of the New York City-based band, Summer and Eve! Summer and Eve is a folky-pop-comedy-music band made up of actress Nadia Quinn (music and lyrics, vocals, guitar, ukelele), VH1’s Emily Tarver (lyrics, vocals, percussion, choreography),Read More →