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
"A large chunk of escape room clientele is corporate team building, so every day I meet people my age with mortgages and 401Ks while my coworkers and I bonk each other on the head with plastic swords and talk about weird online sex communities."
For the second straight year, JFL is hosting this region’s New Faces showcase at Laugh Boston, where some of our city’s top comedic talents will audition on Feb 10 for a spot to perform at the fest this July ...
"One day I picked her up from school and said, 'You’re going to ImprovBoston tomorrow.'"
"I wouldn’t say awkward, but I am a little bit more quiet when I first meet somebody. I am a little bit more introverted than I think people assume, especially in big social situations."
"There’s always like some guy who’ll ask to be on the show, and I’m like, 'Uh, have you seen my show? Because your blowjob jokes aren’t going to work here.'"
"I’ve taken my son to open mics and shows. We also sit around the dinner table and tell jokes. My kids are both very funny although my youngest is shaping up to be a wicked hack."
From Mike Epps to Josh Gondelman to Iliza Shlesinger
"Politically, they're more conservative out there so just yelling ‘I don't like Trump!’ doesn't get an applause break like it does around the left-leaning city."