Back Again…Again: An Interview with The Habit
The Star’s Kelly Dermody recently interviewed The Habit’s Luke Thayer, Jeff Schell and Mark Siano and talked about their creation process, the group’s temporary sojourn to Los Angeles, and what their future is going to look like.
In Memoriam: Tristan Devin
Kelly Dermody mourns the loss of local comedian and entrepreneur, Tristan Devin.
Seattle Sketchfest 2012: A Conversation with The Cody Rivers Show’s Mike Mathieu
José Amador talks with The Cody Rivers Show’s Mike Mathieu and discusses some of the duo’s experiences during their busiest period, how much more valuable it is to stick to one’s artistic principles, their approach to creating new material, and how this current volume is less like a concept album, and more like a regular grouping of songs.
Seattle Sketchfest 2012: A Talk with Charles & The Entertainment Show
The Star’s Kelly Dermody sits down to talk with the members of local sketch groups Charles and The Entertainment Show.
In Loving Memory of Heather Artena Hughes, RIP
Today we mourn the passing of Heather Hughes, a young and vibrant woman, whose life came to an end early Wednesday morning, due to late-stage lung cancer one day before she would have turned 45. She is survived by her son, her fiancee, and her family.
Wing-It Productions’ Election Show: The Show Where Everything’s Made Up and the Points Don’t Matter
As I sat in my seat and the tattered giant American flag went up as the backdrop on stage, President Obama left the stage. No, I was not amongst thousands of onlookers in Charlotte, NC, or sitting in front of my TV or computer screen. I was part of the voting public in the audience at an opening night in Seattle, WA.
Seattle’s Shame: More Canadians Have Seen Le Frenchword’s Fancy Mud Than Seattleites
It’s a matter of fact: More Canadians have seen Fancy Mud than Seattle citizens. What makes this even more damning is that the Seattle trio have performed their debut production exponentially more times, and in more venues around town during the last couple of years than during their month-long tour of the Canadian Fringe.
Charles at the Ballard Underground: A Cavalcade of (Funny) Talking Noises
So you know that cute,slightly disheveled professor you had a crush on in college? That would be Charles times two. The sketch duo, which derives its name from both of the members’ first names, is that smart, funny hybrid I look for in a man–I mean sketch comedy duo.
Look Out for Meat and Potatoes at The Lookout!
Kelly Dermody discovers that nothing goes better with protein and carbohydrates than a heaping helping of comedy.
Comedy Cavalcade at the ‘Couv
Who says Canadians aren’t funny? Nobody, that’s who.
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