REVIEW: Joel Kim Booster at Schubas says he's 'dumb,' but his surprising and edgy comedy is anything but.
REVIEW: Ilana Glazer and Phoebe Robinson at Thalia Hall with the "YQY Tour," or "Yaaas Queen Yaaas."
REVIEW: Jim Gaffigan's "Noble Ape Tour" at the Chicago Theatre
REVIEW: Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher in "Back To Back" at the Vic Theatre
REVIEW: Demetri Martin: Let's Get Awkward Tour at the Vic Theatre experiments with stories, but his one-liners work best.
REVIEW: Chris Rock at the Chicago Theatre with "Total Blackout Tour 2017." The confessions, stories and disconnect outweigh the laughs.
REVIEW: Comic Laurie Kilmartin (also author of "45 Jokes About My Dead Dad") at Zanies in Chicago through Sept. 2.
Chicago comic Just Nesh
Top-10 in Chicago comedy for fall 2017: Touring legends include Lily Tomlin, Steve Martin and Martin Short; plus local must-see acts Tiffany Haddish, Cameron Esposito and Rhea
Comedy Review: Emo Philips at Zanies Chicago.
COMEDY: Moshe Kasher and Natasha Leggero are in "The Endless Honeymoon Tour" at the Park West.
COMEDY: "Woke Up, Stand Up" at Cole's Bar is a one-of-a-kind showcase for LGBTQ performers and comics of color organized by comic Basil Faraj.
Chicago comedian Dwayne Kennedy has a weeklong residency at Zanies.
COMEDY: "Tim and Eric 10th Anniversary Awesome Tour" is at The Vic through Monday, with Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim, underwear, songs, and jokes that go way beyond funny.
Review: Comedy Get Down tour arrives at the United Center. George Lopez, D.L. Hughley, Eddie Griffin and Cedric the Entertainer all show why they’re pros.
COMEDY: 'Kyle Mooney Live' at Thalia Hall is a tour that joins "SNL" star Mooney with partners Dave McCary and Nick Rutherford from the sketch troupe Good Neighbor. It makes for a
Comedy review: Gabriel Iglesias at Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, Ind. He's a comic who knows his crowds, as well as how to keep his very funny comedy brand going.
WellRED Comedy Tour Trae Crowder, Corey Ryan Forrester and Drew Morgan are real-live Southerners with a liberal comedy act. Just wait for the Q&A session, Chicago.
COMEDY: Comedian and CNN host W. Kamau Bell at the Park West in Chicago does a show that’s heavy on the politics, the jokes unapologetically second.
Wonder where to see funny women? We talk to comic Kristen Toomey about the sixth annual Chicago Women's Funny Festival this weekend.
COMEDY: Patton Oswalt delivers a very funny, profoundly moving show at the Athenaeum Theatre, moving from jokes about robocalls to talking about his wife's death.
Over the next two weekends, the 26th Annual Comedy Fest (May 31-June 4) and Break Out Comedy Fest (June 8-10) are back to back. Our picks for what to see.
Review: Comedian Nikki Glaser at Thalia Hall in Chicago: Her act was a lot of long, very personal sexual anecdotes, and the punchlines were few and far between.
Review: Gregg Turkington's comedy alter-ego Neil Hamburger at Lincoln Hall in Chicago: He's here to entertain and he is incredibly, impressively unfunny.
Both lead roles in the new Amazon series — played by Rachel Brosnahan and Alex Borstein — are portrayed by actresses with roots in the suburb.
Franken dismissed a question about resignation and promised to cooperate with a Senate Ethics Committee investigation.
ROEPER: The documentary examines the "Aladdin" star's personal losses, his controversies and his notorious cheapness.
Instead of reaching out to an unknown to follow "The Daily Show," Comedy Central is going straight to the top.
"If I have ever unintentionally offended anyone by saying anything improper, which in turn hurt or offended anyone, I profusely apologize," said Posen
When it comes to Thanksgiving, comedian Shawn Wayans is reminded of all the crazy ways his mom used to stretch the leftovers for weeks afterward.
From ice skating and concerts to comedy and dance, here's a look at some of the area's offerings to make your days and nights merry and bright.
The comedian appreciates that the film capture both his vulgar persona onstage as well as his family life.
Miller was thrilled "to try some of my weird ideas" in his latest outing as The Flash.
The actress' character on 'Andi Mack' undergoes a change on this week's episode.
Revelations about Louis C.K. reverberated for comediennes working in Chicago, a comedy mecca that draws aspiring comics from across the continent.
The frequent visitor kept an eye on the homes and the malls seen in the sequel to her 2016 hit.
Likable mainstage actors seem to favor the silly over the socially aware.
His team endeavored to work some substance into the comedy, to balance a "Ferris Bueller" spoof with observations on public schools and crime.