Boston comedians Andrew Mayer and Dan Martin had big album releases planned. Now they’re contemplating what comedy might look like after the pandemic.
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I started in New York. About six weeks later, I was back in Boston, did shows here, then moved to LA and hated it and moved back. It’s been a steady stream; you look up, and you’re like, Damn, eight years.
He speaks in three-word messages: Build the wall, drain the swamp, lock her up. We have our own three words—feed the hungry. House the homeless. Heal the sick, healthcare is a human right. And welcome the stranger.
Before I had kids it felt horrible, like the worst thing. I’m so freakin worried about failing my kids all the time, bombing feels like a coffee break.
From Lewis Black saving the day to hanging with Caroline Rhea, BCF maestro Jim McCue tells all
Not only do they have a successful operation, but they’re releasing a new book, The Hard Times: The First 40 Years. I asked them about everything.
I love making people say at some point in the performance, Oh my God, that’s the guy who played that other thing.
"I really loved doing fantasy drafts … you can really draft anything, you can draft kinds of liquor you like to drink, or episodes of Seinfield."
A former anti-dentite opens up his mouth and mind