Hye Yun Park is real. She’s three-dimensional—smart, funny, confused, angry—and she writes, directs, and stars in her own web series, Hey Yun.
Key and Peele have been favorites of mine for a while now.
During the first six months of 2012, comedian Tig Notaro endured a truly Job-like string of personal tragedies.
At first glance, Just Between Us looks like any other YouTube channel with two friends vlogging and answering random viewer questions. But the scripted advice show format is really a guise for Allison Raskin and Gaby Dunn to feature their comedy.
Luna Merbruja and Lexi Adsit, co-hosts of the upcoming Brouhaha.
Ever been to a comedy show with a lineup of all Trans Women of Color? I’m going to answer this one for you; no, you haven’t.
From top left: Funny people Caitlin Gill, Sam Jay, Scout Durwood, Maggie Farris, Jessica Sele, & Ever Mainard.
On the first night of Portland’s Bridgetown Comedy Festival this weekend, six brilliant queer ladies took over the stage for a showcase they called Les is More.
Beth is back—Janeane Garofalo will reprise the role for a Wet Hot American Summer Netflix series this year.
Janeane Garofalo has always been an outspoken feminist.
Jessie Kahnweiler is a comedian who revels in tackling tough topics. Her new webseries, The Skinny—set to debut on Wifey TV this spring—is a dark comedy about an LA comedian trying to live, love, and get over her bulimia.
Comedian Janine Brito in typical attire. Photo by Jen Maler.
Technically speaking, it's never been a better time to be a female comedian. But, man, does it still often suck.
Tig Notaro onstage in 2010. Photo by Shawn Robbins.
At around the 20-minute mark of her set on the night of November 6, Tig Notaro went topless. Post-double mastectomy. And she stayed topless.